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Show 517 - Walking Through My Dreams

Show 517 - Walking Through My Dreams

Air Date:

Monday, 27 February 2012

Yeah baby, Little Steven here.

We are going to go walking through my dreams this weekend in the Underground Garage with a psychedelic overview of Brian Jones, Emile Berliner, William Maxwell Gaines, and Roger Daltrey.

Joining us will be David Bowie, Blondie, Vanilla Fudge, the Troggs, the Raspberries, and the Electric Prunes.

Brand new music from the Cocktail Slippers, the Boo, Charles Bradley, and Prima Donna.

Come find out what Nancy Sinatra, Leonard Nimoy, and Sylvain Sylvain have in common.

They are all walking through me dreams this weekend in the world’s only Rock n’ Roll dance party on the radio.

I’ll see you in the Underground Garage.

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Comments: 19 Comments

  • Playlist:

    Set 1
    Walking Through My Dreams (Pretty Things)
    Music Bed: Your Eyes Are Like A Cup Of Tea (Brian Jones)
    The Last Time (Rolling Stones)
    Under My Thumb (Rolling Stones)
    Can’t Help Thinking About Me (David Bowie & the Lower Third)
    Money Maker (Black Keys)
    Street Fighting Man (Rolling Stones)
    Music Bed: Biscaya (Krontjong Devils)


    Set 2
    Music Bed: Butch & Butch (Oliver Nelson)
    Hangin’ On The Telephone (Blondie)
    Keeps On Dancing (Cocktail Slippers)
    Doctor Robert (Beatles)
    I Woke Up (Trolley)
    Shotgun (Vanilla Fudge)
    Music Bed: Intermission (Hawaii Mud Bombers)


    Set 3
    Music Bed: Sergio Leone (Dom Mariani)
    Out Of Our Tree (Wailers)
    Last Of The Secret Agents (Nancy Sinatra)
    I Want Revenge (Boo)
    Slow Down (Ringo Starr)
    Good Vibrations (Troggs)
    Music Bed: Streetfighter


    Set 4
    Musical Bed: Hip Hug Her (Booker T & the MGs)
    Puta Te Amo (Prima Donna)
    Tonight (Raspberries)
    Stay Away (Charles Bradley)
    Teenage News (Sylvain Sylvain)
    Musical Bed: Apricot Brandy (Rhinoceros)


    Set 5
    Musical Bed: Cobwebs And Strange (Who)
    Armenia City In The Sky (Who)
    I Had Too Much To Dream (Electric Prunes)
    Woodstock Daze (Eddie Phillips)
    Where It’s At (Leonard Nimoy)
    Love Or Confusion (Jimi Hendrix Experience)
    Music Bed: Jacks Day Off (Waistcoats)

Comments (19)

  • adrianhouse
    03/06/2012

    Long live this show!

  • Robert P Smarse Jr.
    03/06/2012

    Wow!! Talk about an acid flashback! Is it really 1967 again or is it the drugs? Thank You once again, Little Steven, for yet another 5 star classic. Starting off with the late great Brian Jones who, as you said, founded the Stones. I will always love those 1st 6 Stones albums. Great slide by Brian who was heavily influenced by Muddy. Walking Through My Dreams by The Pretty Things followed by Brian's Your Eyes Are Like A Cup Of Tea-absolutely fabulous way to kick things off as the drugs begin to kick in. I'll never forget Brian playing Sitar on The Ed Sullivan Show from Sep. 11, 1966 with Paint It, Black. I think Brian was peeking right about then, or so it seemed. So So Bad to have it end the way it did for Brian with Thoroughgood pushing and holding him back into the water in the pool. Great new tunes by The Trolley, Boo, and The Black Keys who only get better. Out Of Our Tree by The Wailers, Psychedelic Shotgun by Vanilla Fudge, and Good Vibrations by The Troggs continue the drug induced vibrations. William Maxwell Gaines!! What would I have done without my Mad Magazines? Did you know that Gaines has been operating on a reduced work schedule since his death in 1992? What..Me Worry? Although Mad Mag has never won the coveted Pulitzer Prize, its writers continue to use very many of the same words as the award-winning authors! Absolutely Bonkers over the 5th set which was more than Slightly Psychedelic!! Armenia City In The Sky by The Who from My favorite Who Album which was 1967's The Who Sell Out. Be sure to pick up the 2-cd Deluxe Edition of this Classic. I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night by The Electric Prunes used to be my mantra. Great to hear my favorite song of the year from 2011 with Woodstock Daze by the great Eddie Phillips from The Creation. Let's leave it to Leonard Nimoy to lead us to Where It' At. Thanks again,LS, for another great show. We're Getting The Band Back Together!! Anybody got any valium or something to help get me down from the ceiling? EEYAHH!! SMRZ!!!

    • greggie434
      03/10/2012

      Robert, sooner or later, they WILL hire U to be the Web director of this site, your commments R right on the $$$$$! Still waiting for Show # 518. In the early stages of the show, a female named Holly (I'm pretty sure that is her name)used to run the site and the new shows would be on by Tues or Wed of the same week,now,it's like 8 to 12 days later to get the show in the archives.

      • sdingeswho
        03/10/2012

        Hi, Greggie . . . big dittoes to your comment that Robert *should* have some official role, here, if he's savvy enough to handle the code, as he obviously knows and loves the music the way it *should* be known and loved ! I'm also " a little knowledgeable", largely because I, too, am a veteran of the show from almost the very beginning. Incidentally, I believe the gal's name, in-full, was Holly Cara Price, and you are correct that they used to be *much* better about keeping the site current. I'm kinda pissed that they want to shove so much of the discussion and news about the show off onto the social-networking sites, and now they don't even have the "upcoming" show listed over there (the used to have it on the FB page, until very recently). I don't do social-media, myself, and I wonder "What'd be wrong with having all the discussion and commentary about the show on its *own* site?" Y'know, if one of you guys becomes webmaster, here, another thing about the comments is that it should have a functionality that notifies you when someone has replied to a comment of yours. Hey, they've got all of our e-mail addresses, and notifying us in this way would help to build site-traffic. Cheers! --- Steve

        • jcjohnson63
          03/11/2012

          robert, you are my hero and i wanna be like you when i grow up. trouble is........I DON'T WANNA GROW UP!!! LOL

          you do have a way with words Robert!

        • greggie434
          03/15/2012

          sdingeswho, U even rememberd Holly's last name, impresive man! I agree with every thing U said.

  • jim forsyth
    03/06/2012

    What happened to Brian Jones in this show? By the time we went to the second set, he was long gone. Perhaps a bit more on those who influenced him, as well as his influence on the Stones. See you in Atlanta baby...

  • CHUCK BERRY ROCK AND ROLL MUSIC MAN
    03/06/2012

    THE ROLLING STONES ARE ONE OF MY FAVORITES ROCK AND ROLL BANDS SECOND TO THE BEATLES. Does anybody know if the Rolling Stones paid Mick Taylor his due music royalties?

  • CHUCK BERRY ROCK AND ROLL MUSIC MAN
    03/06/2012

    GREAT SHOW LITTLE STEVEN AKA THE BIG GUY. LITTLE STEVEN you should hire Robert P Smarse Jr., the man knows his things about music.

  • Ron Lynch
    03/06/2012

    Excellent show and good stuff.


    Thanks Stevie

  • simon tourle
    03/07/2012

    Great Show! Great Line-up...Love It!
    Get the new album from Eddie Phillips "Woodstock Daze" featuring the full 6 minute version of the title track!
    Factory pressed CD from -
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    "Sam Pow like NOW!"

  • gerrald stangret
    03/09/2012

    Will the last show, March 4, go up?

    • greggie434
      03/10/2012

      Gerald, they have been coming on a little bit later than usual, it takes about 10 to 12 days to get the show in the archives, I wish they could speed things up a bit.

  • gerrald stangret
    03/10/2012

    Thanks greggie, i did not know about the lag, used to see it 4-5 days latter, do not remember how long ago that was.

  • jcjohnson63
    03/11/2012

    classic cool show. as always. rock on LS. and try to get the shows on time, if you please. it takes time to play catch up. LOL

  • jcjohnson63
    03/11/2012

    so the third outro.....is street fighter the band or name of the song??? just curious,LOL

  • greggie434
    03/15/2012

    Charles Bradly is AWSOME funk blues, gotta get the C D!!!!!

  • preston
    03/22/2012

    I loved the segue from the Black Keys "Money Maker" to the Stones "Street Fighting Man"! LONG LIVE THE COOL SEGUE!!!

  • Frank
    06/02/2012

    Wow Stevie...the more I listen the more cool you get...if more cool was possible that is!

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