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Show 526 - Back Street Mirror

Show 526 - Back Street Mirror

Air Date:

Monday, 30 April 2012

Hey baby, this is Little Steven.

This weekend in the Underground Garage we are celebrating Cinco de Mayo, Little Walter’s Birthday, and we are looking back on one of the most psychedelic moments in Rock n’ Roll history, the Technicolor Dream.

Joining us will be the Troggs, the MC5, Santana, the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, and the Lords Of The New Church.

Brand new music from the Hives, the Jellybricks, Tom Jones, and Baby Woodrose.

We are calling the show Back Street Mirror, and you will find out why when you tune in this weekend at the world’s only Rock n’ Roll dance party on the radio, the Underground Garage.

 

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5.0/5 rating (6 votes)

Comments: 17 Comments

  • Playlist:

     

    Set 1

    Shapes Of Things To Come (Jeff Beck)

    Musical Bed: Grindhouse (Main Title) (Robert Rodriguez)

    You’re Goning To Lose That Girl (Beatles)

    I Can’t Control Myself (Troggs)

    Go Right Ahead (Hives)

    Big Bird (Eddie Floyd)

    Shakin’ Street (MC5)

    Musical Bed: Wild And Wooly (Chris Ledoux)

     

    Set 2

    Musical Bed: Eye Patch (De La Soul)

    Everybody’s Everything (Santana)

    Farmer John (Premiers)

    Tell Her (True Believers)

    Lupe Lupe Lupe (Manic Hispanic)

    Ooh My Head (Richie Valens)

    Musical Bed: Jeff’s Boogie (Jeff Beck)

     

    Set 3

    Musical Bed: Fast Boogie (Little Walter)

    Hate To See You Go (Little Walter)

    Confessing The Blues (Rolling Stones)

    Walking By Myself (The Butterfield Blues Band)

    Rock n’ Roll Suicide (Jellybricks)

    Hoochie Coochie Man (Muddy Waters)

     

    Set 4

    Musical Bed: Indian & Ocean (Dom Mariani)

    Wild Fascination (Capsula)

    Dance With Me (Lords Of The New Church)

    (Tell Me) Have You Ever Seen Me (Apostolic Intervention)

    Evil (Tom Jones)

    Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window? (Bob Dylan)

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

     

    Set 5

    Musical Bed: Interstellar Overdrive (Pink Floyd)

    See Emily Play (Pink Floyd)

    Pinkerton’s Assorted Colors (Anderson Council)

    Back Street Mirror (David Hemmings)

    Down To The Bottom (Baby Woodrose)

    Walking Through My Dreams (Pretty Things)

    Musical Bed: Section 43 (Country Joe & the Fish)

     

Comments (17)

  • Robert P Smarse Jr.
    05/12/2012

    Another 5 star special, Little Steven. Yes you and your show are my SANCTUARY! Each and every Sat. night, as well as in your archives. Lotza great stuff againthis week so let's get to it. Incredible introduction to Rod The Mod and his vocal stylings with The Jeff Beck Group's Shapes Of Things. Shakin' Street by MC5 and the quite rare Big Bird by Eddie Floyd move things forward to Set 2 with it's own Latino Garage theme combined quite rightly with Cinco de Mayo celebration. Santana's great Everybody's Everything which you also played last week on show 525- the wild Farmer John by The Premiers which sounded like everybody had a good time. Lupe Lupe Lupe by Manic Hispanic and OOH My Head by Richie Valens followed by The Plimsouls-A Million Miles Away, which always sounds fresh anytime it's played. Yeah-Peter Case. Set 3 a very fitting tribute to Little Walter with Hate To See You Go followed by The Stones great version of Confessing The Blues. Walking By Myself by the late great Paul Butterfield and his Band and Hoochie Coochie Man by Muddy complete the set. Set 4 with coolest song of the week-Wild Fascination by Capsula from Argentina followed by the very cool (Tell Me)Have You Ever Seen Me? by Apostolic Intervention move the party forward to the very trippy Psychedelic Set 5. As you said, "Smoke 'em If You got 'em". You really don't need them because the music is so out there with Pink Floyd's Interstellar Overdrive followed by Syd's masterpiece single SEE Emily Play. Man that 14 Hour Technicolor Dream must have been something, Eh? Baby Woodrose and the Lysergic rush of Down To The Bottom, the very clever and unknown tune Back Street Mirror by Blow Up's star David Hemmings, She Said by John and The Beatles which was inspired by Peter Fonda's comment to John, "I Know What It's Like To Be Dead" which Peter said to John during this Happening, and very apprpriately wrapped up by Walking Through My Dreams by The Pretty Things and Section 43 by Country Joe And The Fish. All this wrapped around a Back Street Mirror coming full circle. Of course, new stuff by The Hives, Joey Ramone, The Jellybricks, and the extremely ultra cool Evil/Wild Child by the revised Tom Jones with production and arrangement by Jack White. Well, as you said, Little Steven, "Space, Itself, Is Breaking Up". Thank you so much, L.S., and I'll see you again this Sat Night in the Coolest Place In The World-The Underground Garage!! YEAH-BABY!! Peace Be With You and to all who live IN and For The Underground Garage! EEYAHH!! SMRZ!!!

  • Ron Thompson
    05/12/2012

    It's "Shapes Of Things", not "Shapes Of Things To Come", you fucking idiots!

    Who runs this site? Just about every time I come here, there's some ridiculous error in the playlist.

    • greggie434
      05/15/2012

      Hey Ron, why don't U take over the site and do the entries, you seem to know what U are talkin about.

  • Ron Thompson
    05/12/2012

    And you missed The Plimpsoles' "A Million Miles Away" in set two.

    WTF are you good for?

    Little Steven rocks. He deserves better support than this.

  • Ron Thompson
    05/12/2012

    "Confessin' The Blues" NOT "Confessing".

    Resign, and get a job in an area you know something aboiut, you worthless excuse.

  • Ron Thompson
    05/12/2012

    PAUL Butterfield Blues Band, you blue-eyed dipshit.

  • Ron Thompson
    05/12/2012

    Just to memorialize what was originally posted:

    Set 1

    Shapes Of Things To Come (Jeff Beck)

    Musical Bed: Grindhouse (Main Title) (Robert Rodriguez)

    You’re Goning To Lose That Girl (Beatles)

    I Can’t Control Myself (Troggs)

    Go Right Ahead (Hives)

    Big Bird (Eddie Floyd)

    Shakin’ Street (MC5)

    Musical Bed: Wild And Wooly (Chris Ledoux)



    Set 2

    Musical Bed: Eye Patch (De La Soul)

    Everybody’s Everything (Santana)

    Farmer John (Premiers)

    Tell Her (True Believers)

    Lupe Lupe Lupe (Manic Hispanic)

    Ooh My Head (Richie Valens)

    Musical Bed: Jeff’s Boogie (Jeff Beck)



    Set 3

    Musical Bed: Fast Boogie (Little Walter)

    Hate To See You Go (Little Walter)

    Confessing The Blues (Rolling Stones)

    Walking By Myself (The Butterfield Blues Band)

    Rock n’ Roll Suicide (Jellybricks)

    Hoochie Coochie Man (Muddy Waters)



    Set 4

    Musical Bed: Indian & Ocean (Dom Mariani)

    Wild Fascination (Capsula)

    Dance With Me (Lords Of The New Church)

    (Tell Me) Have You Ever Seen Me (Apostolic Intervention)

    Evil (Tom Jones)

    Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window? (Bob Dylan)

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



    Set 5

    Musical Bed: Interstellar Overdrive (Pink Floyd)

    See Emily Play (Pink Floyd)

    Pinkerton’s Assorted Colors (Anderson Council)

    Back Street Mirror (David Hemmings)

    Down To The Bottom (Baby Woodrose)

    Walking Through My Dreams (Pretty Things)

    Musical Bed: Section 43 (Country Joe & the Fish)

  • Ron Thompson
    05/12/2012

    Well, obviously I've got to do this myself.

    In set 3, the track after "Confessin' The Blues" by the Rolling Stones was "Rock And Roll Is The Answer" by Joey Ramone. Then the Paul Butterfield Blues Band "Walking By Myself".

    • greggie434
      05/15/2012

      See what I mean, You know ur s...!!!!!!!!!!

      • Steed Colliss
        04/26/2013

        Ron forgot the Beatles' "She Said She Said" in set 5...

  • Ron Lynch
    05/14/2012

    Go Right Ahead (Hives), the newest cool song I think.
    Jeff's stuff is always cool.
    Rock n’ Roll Suicide (Jellybricks) very rockin tune.
    Hate To See You Go (Little Walter)with that talent, some guys can't hold things in perspective.
    Hoochie Coochie Man (Muddy Waters) cool cat for sure.
    Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window? (Bob Dylan) Dylan has left a foot print so large that many will only fill his big toe impression.

    Thanks Stevie, wicked show.

  • jcjohnson63
    05/15/2012

    total classic show!!! REALLY enjoyed this one!!! again, thank you for doing this little rock and roll show!!!!

  • jcjohnson63
    05/15/2012

    btw- oooh my head by ritchie valens was ripped off by led zeppelin for boogie with stu!!!!!!! notice the credits on physical graffitti say all four members of zep plus mrs. valens!!!

  • slimify
    05/22/2012

    thanks little steven for getting a spot for Alejandro - what a great inspirational R&R spirit that guy has!

  • mattyramone
    05/28/2012

    What's the cool instrumental "musical bed" right after Shakin' Street? I don't think it is "Wild And Wooly (Chris Ledoux"

  • John Cummings
    05/31/2012

    This is the coolest radio show on the WWW!

  • rayner
    12/25/2012

    a bunch of loser's, just enjoy the show

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