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Show 25 - Hard Day's Night

Show 25 - Hard Day's Night

Air Date:

Sunday, 22 September 2002

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  • Playlist:

    Set 1

    Hard Day's Night (Beatles)

    I Should Have Known Better (Beatles)

    No Other Guy (Kaisers)

    Don't Look Back (Remains)

    Take ‘Em As They Come (Bruce Springsteen & E Street Band)

    Ain't No Room (Vines)

     

    Set 2

    Don't Know Why (Rolling Stones)

    Last Nite  (Strokes)

    I Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore (Rascals)

    Open Up Your Door (Richard & Young Lions)

    Everytime I Eat Vegetables (Ramones)

    Set 3

    C'mon Everybody (Chevelles)

    Till the End of the Day (Kinks)

    I Have A Boy Friend (Chiffons)

    Fell in Love with A Girl (White Stripes)

    Sunday Girl (Blondie)

    Set 4

    Stranger in a Strange Land (Leon Russell)

    Hurdy Gurdy Man (Donovan)

    Don't Come Around Here No More (Tom Petty)

    She Don't Care About Time (Byrds)

    Harry Braff (Bee Gees)

    Set 5

    Lust for Life (Iggy Pop) 

    Liar Liar (Castaways)

    Rave On (Buddy Holly)

    Hate to Say (Hives)

    You're a Better Man  (Yardbirds)

Comments (2)

  • Steed Colliss
    07/26/2016

    The version of "Mister, You're a Better Man than I" played on this show is the one with the extra verse that is mostly lesser known...

    "Do you think that often
    the majority is right ?
    That men with individuality
    should never fight ?
    Can you hate a man
    that shouts a freedon cry ?"

  • Steven Kaminsky
    12/17/2016

    Leon Russell did a lot of work with Gary Lewis and the Playboys. Next time you hear one of those songs, listen to how keyboard driven they are, and how good the keyboard playing is. Snuff Garrett produced Lewis, and Russell worked for Garrett as assistant and creative developer. Russell played on the number one Lewis single, "This Diamond Ring." For Lewis, Russell wrote the hits, "Everybody Loves a Clown" and "She's Just My Style."

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