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The Underground Garage: Home / The Radio Show / Archived Shows / Shows 599-500 / Shows 529-520 / Show 528 - Motherly Love
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Show 528 - Motherly Love

Show 528 - Motherly Love

Air Date:

Monday, 14 May 2012

You know what week this is, don’t you?

That’s right, mama mia, it’s Mother’s Day.

Joining us will be such mother lovers as Elvis Presley, Elvis Costello, Gary Lewis & the Playboys, Moby Grape, and Smokey Robinson & the Miracles.

Brand new music from Tom Jones, Capsula from Argentina, the Cocktail Slippers, and the Dave Clark Five.

Come find out what the Runaways, Little Walter, and the Rutles have in common.

We have more records by the Mother’s Of Invention than you have heard in the last ten years.

It’s a mother loving good time this weekend 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

    Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby (Rolling Stones)

    Musical Bed: Arrow Space (Davie Allan & the Arrows)

    Mama Said (Shirelles)

    Mommy’s Little Monster (Social Distortion)

    That’s Alright Mama (Elvis Presley)

    Mother One Track Mind (Soundtrack Of Our Lives)

    Goose Step Mama (Rutles)

    Musical Bed:

    A. Can Of Electrodes (Evan Foster)

    B. They Call Me Big Mama (Big Mama Thornton)

     

    Set 2

    Musical Bed: Mr. Green Genes (Frank Zappa)

    Motherly Love (Mothers Of Invention)

    Evil (Tom Jones)

    Hungry Freaks Daddy (Mothers Of Invention)

    Tell Mama (Etta James)

    My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama (Frank Zappa & the Mothers Of Invention)

    Musical Bed:

    A. Dialed In (Preston Wayne 4)

    B. Forty Years Old And I’m Living In My Mom’s Garage (Austin Lounge Lizards)

     

    Set 3

    Musical Bed: The Wild One (Leith Stevens)

    Everybody Loves A Clown (Gary Lewis & the Playboys)

    (What’s So Funny Bout) Peace, Love, & Understanding (Elvis Costello)

    Gravy (For My Mashed Potatoes) (Dee Dee Sharp)

    Got Love If You Want It (Dave Clark 5)

    Tears Of A Clown (Smokey Robinson & the Miracles)

    Musical Bed:

    A. Bambora Stomp (The Bamboras)

    B. Bohemian Rapsody (Queen)

     

    Set 4

    Musical Bed: Mama Tried (Merle Haggard)

    Soul Salvation (Cocktail Slippers)

    Bad Boy (Beatles)

    Tell Me Mama (Little Walter)

    Wild Fascination (Capsula)

    Hey Grandma (Moby Grape)

    Musical Bed:

    A. Frankenstomp (Satan’s Pilgrims)

    B. Angelina Zoom Zoom (Louis Prima)

     

    Set 5

    Musical Bed:

    A. I’m In Love With Paula Pierce (The Mr. T Experience)

    B. Revenge (Kinks)

    Chew Chew Fee FI Fum (Goldie & the Gingerbreads)

    I Love Playin’ With Fire (Runaways)

    La La Land (Go-Go’s)

    In & Out Of My Life In A Day (Pandoras)

    Don’t Ever Leave Me (Cocktail Slippers)

    Musical Bed:

    A. Glad To See You Go (Ramonetures)

    B. My Mammy (Al Jolson)

     

Comments (8)

  • Robert P Smarse Jr.
    05/31/2012

    MAMA MIA! MAMA MIA!Thank You so much, Little Steven, for a very heartfelt tribute to all thing's MOM! Gotta give you 6 stars for this baby. Set 1 highs include Have You Seen Your Mother Baby?, who looked quite strange on that picture sleeve back in 1966. Mama Said-Shirelles(1961), Elvis with That's All Right Mama and Goose Step Mama by the Rutles. Set 2 was an excellent tribute to Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention. I'll never forget playing Freak Out! LP back in 1966 while living in the dorms at Salem State College, Ma. Never heard stuff like that before. Especially Motherly Love, Hungry Freaks, Daddy, and My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama, in a GOOD way, of course. Weasels Ripped My Flesh actually came out in 1970. Set 3- Great tribute to Wavy Gravy, whose typewriter was used by Bob Dylan. Yeah-Breakfast in bed for 400,000. The Hog Farm, now 80,000 Eye surgerys. What a big heart for the former Hugh Romney. Musical highs include Everybody Loves A Clown-Gary Lewis & The Playboys, What's So Funny 'Bout Peace,Love & Understanding by that other Elvis-Mr. Costello. Gotta have some Gravy (For My Mashed Potatoes) by Dee Dee Sharp, and closing with Tears Of A Clown by Smokey Robinson & the Miracles. Moving on to set 4. Bad Boy-Beatles, Tell Me Mama- by Little Walter who had just left Muddy Water's Band to venture out on his own in 1953. Finishing with Hey Grandma by the vastly underrated Moby Grape. No cursing for 24 hours, now, for MOM! Set 5 was a well deserved tribute to All girl Mothers of Garage Rock. Kicking off with the groundbreaking Goldie & Gingerbreads formed in 1962 and featuring the very 1st Girl group to play all the instruments. They were lead by Genya Ravan, who was born in Poland in 1942 whose birth name was Goldie Zelkowitz and moved to the Jewish ghetto in New York's Lower East Side. She dropped out of high school and ran with teenage gangs. In 1969, she changed her name to Genya Ravan. She also sang lead vocals for Ten Wheel Drive. Moving on to The Runaways, Go Go's, and The Pandoras, who ruled the West Coast Strip in Hollywood. How about The Psychedelic Sluts? I can't seem to track down their bootleg. Don't Forget-Call Your Mother!! It was nice to hear a couple sound bytes from your Mom, Little Steven. Now she's up in Heaven watching over you-just like mine. Great new stuff by Tom Jones with Evil/Wild Child channelling Howlin' Wolf, Jim Morrison, and written by Willie Dixon. Tom's got his stones back with ruff vocals with production help by Jack White, whose 1st solo release Blunderbus is still in my heavy rotation. Great new-old stuff by Dave Clark Five with Got Love If You Want It. Nice to hear intro by the late great Mike Smith who sang lead vocals for DC5. New Cocktail Slippers and Argentina's Capsula with Wild Fascination. "I made it Ma-Top Of The World!" Kudos to you, L.S., for the great picture and 2 page article of the Brit. mag Uncut-June issue-pages 110-111, of your 3 hour show with Bruce on Good Friday-April 6 in Madison Square Garden,NYC. Occupy New York! The Boss crowdsurfs, dances with his MOTHER and brings the gospel of protest back to the Big Apple!! Don't forget to call your mother!! As Norman Bate's said, "A Boy's Best Friend Is His Mother." They were VERY CLOSE to each other. Please go check the wine-cellar! Thank U so much, Little Steven, for another great Sat. Night! Let's take it off with Al Jolson's MY MAMMY!! Peace Be With You,L.S., and to ALL who live IN and FOR The Underground Garage. See you Sat. Night and we should also be re-visiting SGT. PEPPER!! And Just One MORE Thing. EEYAHH!! SMRZ!!!

  • Ron Lynch
    06/04/2012

    Everybody Loves A Clown (Gary Lewis & the Playboys)this one rolls me back 40 plus years.
    Mother One Track Mind (Soundtrack Of Our Lives) very cool track.
    Thanks. Stevie

  • jcjohnson63
    06/04/2012

    getting caught up here. another classic. mother's day and father's day is not far off. and i had neither one in my life. what is it with the cocktail slippers???? they keep getting better with each effort!!! more beatles influence.which is a good thing. :)

  • greggie434
    06/05/2012

    Loved Gary Lewis and the Playboys!!!!!

  • Robert P Smarse Jr.
    06/08/2012

    HEY ALL U MOTHERS! Due to current lawsuit, ALL new ZAPPA recordings are suspended indefinately until further notice. So go buy all new stuff by ZAPPA that U can as well as used. Just please don't buy anything by MOTHERS that I don't have. Looking for 200 Motels 2lp or cd sndtrk. Can anybody help an old man of 64 like me? THANKS)! SMRZ!!!

    • greggie434
      06/10/2012

      I wish I could help U out Bob.....

      • Robert P Smarse Jr.
        06/11/2012

        That's OK greggie. Many people wish they could help me out, including myself. I appreciate your comment. Take Care. LOL! Sincerely, SMRZ!!!

  • Steed Colliss
    05/10/2013

    The last song in the show is "Red River" from the Launderettes...

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