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Show 474 - Rocket 88 2011

Show 474 - Rocket 88 2011

Air Date:

Tuesday, 03 May 2011

Hey baby, Little Steven here with our weekly Underground Garage pop quiz.

What was the first Rock n’ Roll record?

You think about that, because we are going to talk about it this weekend among other extraordinarily important subjects.

As usual, we are joined by the greatest musicians of all time including, the Beatles, Howlin’ Wolf, the Yardbirds, the Ramones, and Ike & Tina Turner.

We have the best new music in the world from the Insomniacs out of New Jersey, the Dahlmanns from Oslo, Norway, and Bun E. Carlos has another new group he is going to introduce us to.

Tune into find out what Robert Johnson, Herman’s Hermits, and Little Eva have in common. It’s the only Rock n’ Roll dance party on the radio, baby.

I’ll see you this weekend in the Underground Garage.

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  • Ron Lynch
    05/03/2011

    Very cool sets and the spiritual & deep intro speech was just plain cool Stevie.

  • larryglucas
    05/05/2011

    thanks great show and greats showsssssssssss
    peace
    lglucas

  • Paul Montaquila
    05/06/2011

    Joe Jackson in the garage!! A first?? right after a classic Tony and Paulie axchange. Been a fan from day one. nothing compares!

  • soulman913
    05/06/2011

    Such an awesome show. We need more shows like this on the radio. If we did, maybe more people would continue to listen to radio. Again such a COOL COOL COOL show!

  • Michael dougherty
    05/07/2011

    Unable to play part two on my iPad can some one explain to me why, is there something else we have to do.

    • Michael dougherty
      05/07/2011

      Netherlands 474

      • bob hoskins
        05/08/2011

        aren't u the same Dougherty from that British outfit.....?

  • bob hoskins
    05/08/2011

    This seems to have been a new episode.

  • jcjohnson63
    05/08/2011

    this one of the all time classic episodes. especially the bit about robert johnson! happy b-day robert!!! you look pretty young for 100!!!

    • bob hoskins
      05/10/2011

      did u mean it's an old one?

  • gerrald stangret
    05/09/2011

    Yes , it is one of the best episodes but their all so good i hate to rate them. Thanks, Steven

  • Katie Wais
    05/10/2011

    Excellent show! But how can you go wrong when you start out with The Easybeats?

    Steven, if he hasn't already, should really check out The Fleshtones' new album, "Brooklyn Sound Solution." The whole disc features Lenny Kaye. Plus they have a rocking b-side, "Remember The Ramones."

  • Danny Wesson
    05/11/2011

    I finished 473 just before loading into this one. What a trip! I feel like I am in school here and I love it, man! Stuff I'm acknowledging, corrected on and learning at the same time! Lots of wows coming from MY computer station! Just a note, though: Social Distortion was listed but not played...Set 2. ALSO: Too bad no commentary on the Verve Pipe's battle with Andrew Loog Oldham and Alan Klein...or the connections with the Rolling Stones therein.
    Other than THAT, I am so drained from the LESSONS herein, I sleep like a baby....
    So intense, indeed!

    • bob hoskins
      05/13/2011

      No commentary on the Verve Pipe is needed. Simply ALO taught them a lesson on plagiarism!

  • davidhumemoore
    05/24/2011

    I click on the recent Ramones show and I get Dylan. Am I doing something wrong?

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