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Show 482 - Godfather 2011

Show 482 - Godfather 2011

Air Date:

Monday, 27 June 2011

Hey baby, Little Steven here.

Our summer celebration continues this week with a movie the younger generation needs to discover.

It’s called The Godfather, and it is arguably the greatest movie ever made.

We are going to jump into it this weekend with the Yardbirds, Spirit, Dion, Marvin Gaye, the Nazz, and Moby Grape.

Brand new cool stuff from New York’s Make Out, Chicago’s Candy Golde, Austin’s Moonlight Towers, L.A.’s Flogging Molly, Denmark’s Breakers, London’s Sails, and Spanking Charlene from the Lower East Side.

Come find out what Garland Jeffreys, Lillie Langtry, and Gordon Willis have in common.

It’s the only Rock n’ Roll dance party on the radio celebrating the greatest movie ever made.

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

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  • Playlist:

    Set 1:
    Musical Bed: Godfather Waltz (Nino Rota)
    One Hit To The Body (Rolling Stones)
    Murder Incorporated (Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band)
    I’m Not Talking (Yardbirds)
    He Hit Me (And It Felt Like Kiss) (Crystals)
    Can I Get A Witness (Marvin Gaye)
    I Don’t Want Anybody That Wants Me (Make Out)
    Shotgun (Vanilla Fudge)
    Musical Bed: Lulu’s World (Davie Allan & the Arrows)


    Set 2:
    Musical Bed: Love Theme From The Godfather (Nino Rota)
    I’m Bad (Bo Diddley)
    Trouble’s Coming Down (Candy Golde)
    I Got A Line On You (Spirit)
    Roller Coaster Town (Garland Jeffreys)
    Drip Drop (Dion)
    Musical Bed: Gald To See You Go (Ramones)


    Set 3:
    Musical Bed: Apollonia (Nino Rota)
    It’s My Life (Animals)
    Dismissed With A Kiss (Spanking Charlene)
    Don’t Bother Me (Beatles)
    Robert DeNiro’s Waiting (Bananarama)
    Bend Me Shape Me (American Breed)
    Musical Bed: Peter Gunn (the Balboas)


    Set 4:
    Musical Bed: Connie’s Wedding (Nino Rota)
    Liar (Sails)
    New York City (Joey Ramone)
    Please Don’t Wake Me (Cinderellas)
    Heat Lightning (Moonlight Towers)
    I Wouldn’t Ever Change A Thing (Rod Stewart)
    Musical Bed: Shimmy Shimmy (Megatones)


    Set 5:
    Musical Bed: I Have But One Heart (Nino Rota)
    Pictures Of Lily (Who)
    Baby If You Please (Breakers)
    Open Eyes (Nazz)
    Don’t Shut ‘Em Down (Flogging Molly)
    Seeing (Moby Grape)
    Musical Bed: Godfather Finale (Nino Rota)

Comments (11)

  • alvin wayne best
    06/30/2011

    check out captain beefhart 1st lp, with a 15 year old ry cooder/ or clearspot a track called i got 2 much time, to be without love, nice horns and clearspot/spotlight kid a 2 fer one thanks i love you're show, and so sorry about the big man! keep your health,thanks keep up the good work

  • ArthurAllen
    06/30/2011

    Well, I was wondering which show was preempted for the Clemons tribute. Careful what you wish for... :(

  • Ron Lynch
    06/30/2011

    Cool stuff, all good Stevie.

  • Stiv
    07/01/2011

    Personally, I like "Goodfellas" better, followed by "Reservoir Dogs." "The Godfather" was cool, but it just doesn't have the same hold on me.

  • jcjohnson63
    07/03/2011

    i watched the godfather once.didn't understand all the hoopla! sorry. but i dig the music and this episode. iam more a hard day's night kinda guy!!!!!

  • BroadwayBill
    07/04/2011

    What happened to the Clarence tribute?

    I can't seem to find it in the archives.

  • BroadwayBill
    07/04/2011

    Okay, so I found it! I was looking for it all last week.

  • Sy Delgrado
    07/05/2011

    I listen on WXRT every week. You guys use to post a playlist here so I could follow along so I would be able to go buy the music after..but I can't find the playlists anymore since you re-did this site! Please tell me where you are hiding them, what section! Thanks.

  • mll
    07/06/2011

    Great show as usual. This show spurred me to ask a question that I've been wondering about for a while.
    At the end of the show someone (sounds like Al Pacino) says "That's entertainment, that's entertainment". I don't recall Pacino saying this in a movie that i have seen, and i have seen most of his well known films. So is this Al Pacino, and if so what movie is it from? If not who is it and what movie is it from?

    • matt.frangenberg
      07/07/2011

      mll, That quote is Robert DeNiro from "Raging Bull" when he's Jake LaMotta rehearsing his speech before he goes out on stage, way after his boxing career is over.

  • mll
    07/11/2011

    aah, thanks for the info. I probably should see that again. It has been many many years. Much thanks.

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