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The Underground Garage: Home / Archived Shows / Shows 99-1 / Shows 29-20 / Show 20 - British Invasion
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Show 20 - British Invasion

Show 20 - British Invasion

Air Date:

Sunday, 18 August 2002

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  • Playlist:

    Set 1

    I’m  Crying (The Animals)

    Mercy Mercy (Rolling Stones)

    You Really Got Me (The Kinks)

    Shakin’ All Over (Johnny Kidd and the Pirates)

    I Only Want To Be With You (Dusty Springfield)

    King Midas In Reverse (The Hollies)

    Anyway You Want It (Dave Clark Five)

     

    Set 2

    Once Before (Barry & The Remains)

    Red Rubber Ball (The Cyrkle)

    Be My Baby  (The Ronettes)

    Day Tripper (Beatles)

    If I Needed Someone (Beatles)

     

    Set 3

    Biff Bam Pow (Creation)

    Say Those Magic Words (The Birds)

    Shapes Of Things (Yardbirds)

    Song Of A Baker (Small Faces)

    Legal Matter (The Who)

    Set 4

    Pictures of Matchstick Men (Status Quo)

    I Can Hear The Grass Grow (The Move)

    Every Christian Lion Hearted Man Will Show You (Bee Gees)

    I See The Rain Again (Marmalade)

    Coloured Rain (Traffic)

     

    Set 5

    No Other Guy (Kaisers)

    This Year Girl (Elvis Costello)

    Come See Me (Pretty Things)

    Here Comes The Night (Them)

    God Save The Queen  (Sex Pistols)

Comments (5)

  • cadman70454
    08/31/2016

    My favorite show with my favorite quote at 20:42. Anyone know where that audio is from?

  • Steven Kaminsky
    09/26/2016

    Audio at 20:42 of set one is from a British movie musical called, "Absolute Beginners," which included David Bowie and Ray Davies in the cast.

    • cadman70454
      12/21/2016

      Thank you Steven.

  • Steven Kaminsky
    09/29/2016

    Come on.This is cheating. The best parts of each show are the British Invasion songs. This is almost all British Invasion songs. No fair. How can any other show top this?

  • Steven Kaminsky
    09/29/2016

    The Hollies sound as good live as they do on record. I think the best live show I ever saw was by the Hollies. And, I have seen some big name acts: The Rolling Stones, Springsteen in his prime, Beach Boys, Credence Clearwater, The Who,Rod Stewart and the Faces, Led Zeppelin, etc. I saw the Hollies at the Front Row Theater in Greater Cleveland. Graham Nash rejoined them for a tour of America. Unforgettable!

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