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Show 519 - On The Road 2012

Show 519 - On The Road 2012

Air Date:

Monday, 12 March 2012

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

What was the book that most directly lead the way, at least spiritually, to the 60s.

That’s right, Jack Kerouac’s On The Road, and we are going on the road this weekend.

We are taking route 66 across the country with the Rollings Stones, the Bob Seger System, and the Ramones.

Brand new music from Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, Prima Donna, Bruce Springsteen, the Cocktail Slippers, and the Trolley.

Come find out what Dee Dee Sharp, Taj Mahal, and Jan & Dean have in common.

We are going on the road with Jack Kerouac in the world’s 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

    Cruisin’ For A Love (J. Geils Band)

    Musical Bed: Sid’s Ahead (Miles Davis)

    Route 66 (Live) (Rolling Stones)

    Have Love Will Travel (Sonics)

    Love Me Kill Me (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang)

    I’m A Roadrunner (Junior  Walker & His Allstars)

    Dead Man’s Curve (Jan & Dean)

    Musical Bed: Restless In LA (Davie Allan & the Arrows)

     

    Set 2

    Musical Bed:

    A. Beat Generation (Bob McFadden)

    B. Straight No Chaser (Miles Davis)

    Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man (Bob Seger System)

    Puta Te Amo (Prima Donna)

    Drive My Car (Beatles)

    Cherry Cherry Coupe (Beach Boys)

    Musical Bed:

    A. Overboard (Fathoms)

    B. But I Was Cool (Oscar Brown Jr.)

     

    Set 3

    Musical Bed: Route 66 (Nelson Riddle)

    Jenny Take A Ride (Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels)

    Down On The Boulevard (Pop)

    Keeps On Dancing (Cocktail Slippers)

    Ride (Dee Dee Sharp)

    Highway Chile (Jimi Hendrix Experience)

    Musical Bed: Bongo Rock (Preston Epps)

     

    Set 4

    Musical Bed: Kerouazy (Don Morrow)

    Easy Money (Bruce Springsteen)

    Locomotion (Little Eva)

    Rocket 88 (Jackie Brenston)

    Stay Away (Charles Bradley)

    Catch Us If You Can (Dave Clark 5)

    Musical Bed: Malone’s Mustang (Preston Wayne 4)

     

    Set 5

    Musical Bed: Oo Pop A Da (Dizzy Gillespie)

    Highway 61 Revisited (Bob Dylan)

    Six Days On The Road (Taj Mahal)

    I Woke Up (Trolley)

    Go Lil Camero Go (Ramones)

    Trucking Man (Moby Grape)

    Musical Bed: Crosstown Canyon (Laika & the Cosmonauts)

     

Comments (17)

  • Irmin Verstappen
    03/20/2012

    yet another great show... see you in europe in a few weeks!

  • Robert P Smarse Jr.
    03/20/2012

    Like-Cool-Daddy-O!! Far-Out-Steveareeno-Another 5 Star Very-Very Cool Show. Yeah-On The Road. What a Classic! Where would we be without the Beats. Great theme of cruisin', driving, and moving. Hard to beat The Stones & their live version of Route 66. I'm A Roadrunner by Jr. Walker, Have Love Will Travel by The Sonics, and Ride by Dee Dee Sharp, as well as Locomotion by Little Eva keep the Party moving. Great Musical Beds which include Straight No Chaser by Miles Davis, Bongo Rock by Preston Epps, and Beat Generation by Bob McFadden, all tie in the theme perfectly. Let's keep going here. Theme from Route 66 by Nelson Riddle, Drive My Car by The Beatles, Jenny Take A Ride by Mitch Ryder & Detroit Wheels, who I saw at The Mountain Park Ballroom in Holyoke, Ma. in 1965 and at The Salem, Ma. Armory in 1966, and Highway 61 Revisited by Dylan. Can you beat that imagery? But The Second Mother Was with The Seventh Son and they were both out on Highway 61!! Excellent new stuff with Stay Away by Charles Bradley, I Woke Up by The Trolley, and Love Me Or Kill Me by Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. Did you know that Kiss Kiss Bang Bang was the title of a neo-noir from 2005 that starred Val Kilmer and Robert Downey Jr? By the Way, since we are talking cinema here, on Wednesday March 7 Turner Classic Movies screened Untamed Youth(1957) with Mamie Van Doren at 6AM and Having A Wild Weekend(1965) with The Dave Clark Five at 6PM. Catch Us If You Can is the title of the very cool song that you played by The DC5. You could have played The Move with I Can Hear The Grass Grow which would have fit in nicely. Kerouac, Ginsberg, Burroughs! I think we missed Maynard G. Krebbs! I've really been enjoying Wrecking Ball by Bruce. I think that the last three tunes, Rocky Ground, Land Of Hope And Dreams and WE Are Alive make for the perfect Trifecta! Let' See Now. I was to young for The Beats but I was a Hippie, a Punk, Power Pop, New Wave, 90's Alt.-Rock, Alt-Country and because I do not acknowledge RAP, I am now An Adult-Hipster-Senior-Citizen! WOW! So That's It!? Thank you so much Daddy-O for another 5 Star Sat. Nite. EEYAH!! SMRZ!!!

  • davidpratt
    03/21/2012

    luv ya stevie

  • Ron Lynch
    03/21/2012

    Some cool car songs, very cool because we had a freak 70 degree weather here today and out came the Bullitt.
    Easy Money (Bruce Springsteen) another song that hits home.
    Highway 61 Revisited (Bob Dylan) is just not reproducible, he is to cool then & now. Nice to hear Bob on the air here talking.
    Thanks Stevie

  • kb8uls
    03/22/2012

    You're the man Stevie!

  • bsagusti
    03/23/2012

    I feel exactly like Homer Simpson when the show's over.

  • brian p
    03/23/2012

    why no "hey jack kerouac" by the 10000 maniacs ?

  • Rich Permanente
    03/24/2012

    Stevie, great show in Tampa last night! See ya in Dublin!

  • Mickey Lee Williams
    03/24/2012

    Hey! What happened to show # 520? Anyone know?

    • greggie434
      03/25/2012

      Mickey, it will come on around Tues the 27TH or Wed the 28TH

  • CHUCK BERRY ROCK AND ROLL MUSIC MAN
    03/24/2012

    THANKS FOR THE GREAT MUSIC SHOW LITTLE STEVEN AKA THE BIG GUY.

    YOU ARE A GREAT THINKER.

  • michael hoffer
    03/24/2012

    Steven, Saw Bruce and E-street band twice in '75. Painters Mill Music Fair and outside venue Carter Baron Ampitheatre in DC, where it poured down rain in the middle of the show. Do you remember? Once in '77 at Cap Center and again in '78 at the same venue. Then again in '08 and '09 in Hershey. Amazing but 30 years later the same energy was still there. Mike

  • hoctor
    03/25/2012

    Insane

  • greggie434
    03/25/2012

    Fantastic show Steven!!!!!

  • jcjohnson63
    03/25/2012

    another classic update. looking forward to the movie based on the novel on the road. looks cool. imho anyways.

  • tman
    03/29/2012

    i love this farkin' show.the best!
    ya baby.

  • Mike Coollis
    03/29/2012

    I set down in this old broken down chair. Listen to the cool tunes you lay down. I'm filled with veneration for you show.

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