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Show 486 - Like A Rolling Stone

Show 486 - Like A Rolling Stone

Air Date:

Monday, 25 July 2011

Hey baby, Little Steven here.

A whole lot happened this week in history, and we are going to celebrate all of it this weekend in the Underground Garage.

We are going to be talking about Bob Dylan going electric and changing the whole world, and we are going to the movies to celebrate a very cool flick, which you may have missed.

Joining us will be the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, the Dead Boys, Otis Redding, the Beatles, Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes, the Patti Smith Group, and the Bee Gees when they were a rock band.

Brand new stuff from the Red Button, the Sails, Death By Unga Bunga, Stupidity, Moonlight Towers, and a very cool new record from Steve Cropper with Steve Winwood.

Join us for the only Rock n’ Roll dance party on the radio.

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

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Comments: 11 Comments

  • Playlist:

    Set 1
    We Ain’t Got Nothing Yet (Blues Magoos)
    Musical Bed: Pink Dominoes (Crescents)
    Maggie’s Farm (Bob Dylan)
    Born In Chicago (Paul Butterfield Blues Band)
    Caught In The Middle (Red Button)
    Liar (Sails)
    It’s All Over Now Baby Blue (Byrds)
    Musical Bed: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly (DIllengers)

    Set 2
    Musical Bed: Green Onions (Al Kooper)
    Like A Rolling Stone (Bob Dylan)
    No Time Like The Right Time (Blues Project)
    Mayilyn (Death By Unga Bunga)
    It Takes A Lot To Laugh It Takes A Train To Cry (Al Kooper & Steven Stills)
    Musical Bed: Glass Packed & Fully Loaded (Evan Foster)

    Set 3
    Musical Bed: Nut Rocker (B Bumble & the Stingers)
    Gloria’s Dream (Belfast Gypsies)
    School Days (Runaways)
    Move (Stupidity)
    Alley Oop (Hollywood Argyles)
    Big City (Dead Boys)
    Musical Bed: Frenzy (Mach Kung Fu)

    Set 4
    Musical Bed: Like Long Hair (Paul Revere & the Raiders)
    Thirty Second Lover (Steve Cropper w/Steve Winwood)
    Soul Man (Sam & Dave)
    Heat Lightning (Moonlight Towers)
    Soldier Of Love (Beatles)
    That’s How Strong My Love Is (Otis Redding)
    Musical Bed: Fuzzy & Wild (Ventures)

    Set 5
    Musical Bed: Hip Hug Her (Booker T & the MGS)
    Privilege (Set Me Free) (Patti Smith Group)
    Tappred Again (Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes)
    Lion Sleeps Tonight (Tokens)
    Cry Little Sister (Gerard McMann)
    Every Christian Lion Hearted Man (Bee Gees)
    Musical Bed: Indian And Ocean (Dom Mariani)



Comments (11)

  • Ron Lynch
    07/26/2011

    Dylan a true rebel with his lyrics. The Dylan covers show that others can have some of that Dylan magic with his songs.
    Great show Stevie.

  • mll
    07/27/2011

    Good show, except that last Bee Gees tune. Rock Band or not, that tune did not age well.

  • ArthurAllen
    07/27/2011

    Thanks for posting this. Seattle's KMTT didn't run the show this week.

  • undergroundperson
    07/29/2011

    It would be nice if the player ever got fixed. This JW player is a CPU & storage hog. I can't understans why something can't be done about this? Does anyond at UG ever check these comments?

  • JamesSchuster
    07/29/2011

    Tappred Again? Those rock and roll guys never could spell. But they sure could play.

  • rickyrat
    07/31/2011

    China is not a backwater rock and roll less place thanks to LSUGG.

  • Kevin O'Neil
    07/31/2011

    I am pleasantly surprised that Little Steven mentioned "Privilege", the movie. I remember seeing it once as a double feature with "Monterey Pop". Nobody but Steve has ever mentioned this film to me. Yes, it would make a good double feature with "Wild in the Streets", or possibly an updated remake.

  • jcjohnson63
    07/31/2011

    another cool one! thanks LS!!!!! :)

  • RGMike
    08/04/2011

    Loving this show, particularly the Kim Fowley segment -- the man even produced one of Helen Reddy's best singles! ("You're My World", if you must know.) Amazing.

    And yes, "Privilege" is an AMAZING film.

  • ronald33
    08/05/2011

    A previous show where LITTLE STEVEN and BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN talked was a keeper. So's this one...about BOB DYLAN going
    electric,and to have AL KOOPER "turn that organ UP!"

  • waaw9
    08/10/2011

    Steven, this is one of my top five favorite shows; Set 5 with Patti and Southside, and then the 1st Gen. BeeGees, priceless. Rave on.
    Walt

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