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Show 501 - Tony Rome 2011

Show 501 - Tony Rome 2011

Air Date:

Monday, 07 November 2011

It is starting to get cold outside baby, and you know what that means.

That’s right we are going straight to Miami this week in the Underground Garage to hook up with Tony Rome, the coolest detective ever…well since Kojak.

We are talking about all kinds of crazy things this week.

A little existentialism…

A little vampire action…

And talking about one of the greatest songwriter/producers of all time, Bert Berns.

Joining us will be the Yardbirds, the Turtles, the Amboy Dukes, the Jellybeans, the Byrds, and the Cream.

Brand new music from Blondie, Butch Walker and the Black Widows, Christian McNeill and the Sea Monsters out of Boston, J.P. Soars from Boca, and Eddie Phillips.

Come find out what Lemmy, Nancy Sinatra, and Albert Camus have in common.

It’s the only Rock n’ Roll dance party on the radio. I’ll see you this weekend in the Underground Garage.

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  • Playlist:

    Set 1
    Shake Some Action (Flamin’ Groovies)
    Musical Bed: The Chase (Stanley Wilson)
    Tony Rome (Nancy Sinatra)
    Heart Full Of Soul (Yardbirds)
    Mother (Blondie)
    Outside Chance (Turtles)
    Mrs. Robinson (Frank Sinatra)
    Musical Bed: Little Miss J.A.J. (The Waistcoats)

    Set 2
    Musical Bed: Wild Weekend (The Rockin' Rebels)
    I Want Candy (Bow Wow Wow)
    Cry To Me (Solomon Burke)
    Zero (Christian McNeill & the Sea Monsters)
    Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Rolling Stones)
    Killer Joe (Rocky Fellers)
    Musical Bed: O.U.I. (Preston Wayne 4)

    Set 3
    Musical Bed: Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (Franz Waxman)
    Evil (Howlin’ Wolf)
    Journey To The Center Of The Mind (Amboy Dukes)
    Bolloxology (Sir Reg)
    Kind Of Boy You Can’t Forget (Jellybeans)
    Midnight To Six Man (Pretty Things)
    Musical Bed: K-39 (Challengers)

    Set 4
    Musical Bed: Right Off (Miles Davis)
    Trick Of The Wrist (Michael Monroe)
    You Still Want Me (Kinks)
    Doggin’ (JP Soars)
    Black Spartacus Heart Attack Machine (Tom Morello)
    Garageland (Clash)
    Musical Bed: Meanstreak (Evan Foster)

    Set 5
    Musical Bed: A Love Supreme, Pt. 2: Resolution (John Coltrane)
    The Inner Light (Beatles)
    Day Drunk (Butch Walker & the Black Widows)
    Why (Byrds)
    Woodstock Daze (Eddie Phillips)
    Deserted Cities Of The Heart (Cream)
    Musical Bed: Lonely Apache (Los Straitjackets)

Comments (7)

  • Robert P Smarse Jr.
    11/14/2011

    Tony Rome was good as was Lady In Cement(1968) with Raquel Welch!! Yummy!! Also Sue Lyon,who was the original Lolita, was also in Tony Rome. Bert Berns! Yeah! Love that Killer Joe by Rocky Fellers. Manilla Eh? I wonder how Dracula and Howlin' Wolf got it on!! Great to hear Eddie Phillips from Creation is still sounding great!! Albert Camus--Life is indeed Absurd!! I'll stick with Woodstock Daze!! EEYAHH!! SMRZ!!! Another 5 Star show, Little Steven!!!

  • Ron Lynch
    11/15/2011

    Heart Full Of Soul (Yardbirds) ,Mother (Blondie)
    Zero (Christian McNeill & the Sea Monsters)
    Evil (Howlin’ Wolf), Black Spartacus Heart Attack Machine (Tom Morello),Doggin’ (JP Soars)
    Garageland - very cool.
    Albert Camus has many truths in his words, we do create our own lives/self by the path & directions we select.
    Day Drunk (Butch Walker & the Black Widows)Nice stuff.

    Thanks Stevie

  • Michael Boylan
    11/17/2011

    Hey any news of an iPhone ap for the archived shows. I can only play the first 20 minutes then it stops. It would he so awesome to be able to listen to the whole show on my iPhone.

  • pjweldon
    11/19/2011

    Usually love the show, and Steven! But Frank Sinatra singing and improvising lyrics to "Mrs. Robinson" was not my cup of tea. Yes, Paul Simon is probably spinning (but thankfully not in his grave).

  • jcjohnson63
    11/20/2011

    another classic. thanks. but what EXACTLY WAS frank smoking when he did mrs. robinson???? is this what happens when straights drop LSD? rotflmfao

  • jcjohnson63
    11/20/2011

    btw- you REALLY SHOULD play wild weekend by NRBQ!!! they actually wrote LYRICS to go with this one!!!!!!

  • shon
    10/02/2013

    Thank You ...Crew-for helping me reset my password and listen to all this great music. L.S.U.G. ROCKS ! When i am not at the office working late......I will continue to be a loyal fan. Started listening from the alpha. The best always...Sincerely, Shon j. Roberts 10-02-13 02:30 hrs. North Hollywood, California.

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