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Show 531 - Dino and Nancy 2012

Show 531 - Dino and Nancy 2012

Air Date:

Monday, 04 June 2012

Hey baby, Little Steven here.

We have a fun show for you this week in the Underground Garage.

We are celebrating two of the coolest people ever.

Yes it’s the birthday week of both Dean Martin and Nancy Sinatra. Come to the party and join us.

Who’s going to be there? The Rascals are going to be there, also the Rolling Stones, The Beatles, The Count Five, and the Yardbirds record the Count Five made a career out of.

Brand new music from Make Out, Baby Woodrose, Alejandro Escovedo, Capsula, the Dave Clark Five and Dr. John.

Find out what Duane Eddy, Dino, Desi, & Billy, and Crispin’ Glover have in common.

Its happy birthday to Dino and Nancy, this weekend in the world’s only Rock n’ Roll dance party on the radio, the Underground Garage.

 

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  • Playlist:

    Set 1

    I’m A Man (Yardbirds)

    Musical Bed: Silencers (Dean Martin)

    Dirty Water (Standells)

    Wild Facsination (Capsula)

    Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man (Bob Seger System)

    Locked Down (Dr. John)

    Tumbling Dice (Rolling Stones)

    Musical Bed:

    A. The In Crowd (Ramsey Lewis)

    B. That’s Amore (Dean Martin)

     

    Set 2

    Musical Bed: Ain’t That A Kick In The Head (Dean Martin)

    Dean Martin (Get’s Chicks) (Poor Little Fools)

    Love Is A Beautiful Thing (Rascals)

    Memories Are Made Of This (Dino, Desi, & Billy)

    Who’s Got Action? (Dean Martin)

    Got Love If You Want It (Dave Clark Five)

    Musical Bed:

    A. Apricot Brandy (Rhinoceros)

    B. Mr. Booze (Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis)

     

    Set 3

    Musical Bed: You Only Live Twice (Nancy Sinatra)

    Baby Please Don’t Go (Nancy Sinatra)

    Run For Your Life (Beatles)

    Run For Your Life (Nancy Sinatra)

    Dandelion (Baby Woodrose)

    Tony Rome (Nancy Sinatra)

    Musical Bed:

    A. Hardtop (Preston Wayne 4)

    B. These Boots Are Made For Walkin’ (Crispin Glover)

     

    Set 4

    Musical Bed: My Favorite Things (John Coltrane)

    Man Of The World (Alejandro Escovedo)

    Psychotic Reaction (Count Five)

    Maybe I’m The One (For Me) (Make Out)

    I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend (Rubinoos)

    He’s Sure The Boy I Love (Crystals)

    Musical Bed:

    A. Haji (Dick Dale)

    B. Open Up The Doghouse (Nat King Cole & Dean Martin)

     

    Set 5

    Musical Bed: Rebel Walk (Duane Eddy)

    Some Velvet Morning (Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood)

    Rebel Rouser (Duane Eddy)

    Soul Salvation Of Love (Cocktail Slippers)

    Old John Robertson (Byrds)

    Dirty Old Town (Rod Stewart)

    Musical Bed: Everybody Loves Somebody Sometimes (Dean Martin)

     

     

Comments (19)

  • Robert P Smarse Jr.
    06/17/2012

    PLEASE POST SHOW # 530! Thank U so much for catching up.Show # 530-Summer is not in. I will do my comment on show # 531 tom. Sun.6-17-12 if # 530 is not up. EEYAHH! SMRZ!

  • bluesman59
    06/17/2012

    The show that is listed as #530 is really #529 repeated!! Listen to them as they go down, Dude! Bong hits later!! Get Steven to pay for an assistant!

  • bluesman59
    06/17/2012

    Sorry - #531(Dino & Nancy)is #530(Decoration Day)repeated. (Glad I'm not getting paid for this.)

  • ArthurAllen
    06/18/2012

    Three (four?) shows are a lot to listen to at once. I can wait for the rest while I listen to the two that I've got. I was afraid with the deal with the new syndicator that they wouldn't post shows as often or at all.

  • Glenn Sutherland
    06/18/2012

    Yea this is the wrong show. Can you guys please fix it. I want to hear the show with Dino and Nancy.

  • Robert P Smarse Jr.
    06/18/2012

    YES! Dear MR./MS./MRS. ADMINISTRATOR!! Please fix. You have show #530-Decoration Day under Show #531, Dino & Nancy, as well as #530-Decoration Day. PLEASE FIX!! VERY IMPORTANT-STOP-I know that many of my fans as well as my fan base are waiting with their tongues hanging, for my posted comment-STOP! PLEASE! PLEASE! PLEASE! THANK U very much! Sincerely, SMRZ!!!

  • Robert P Smarse Jr.
    06/19/2012

    STILL WAITING!!! WHAT'S UP DOC? Please fix so I can hear Dino and Nancy again. Does somebody actually get paid for this or are they just like me? Thank U very much! Sincerely, EEEYAHHH! EEEYAHHH! EEEYAHHH! SMRZ!!!

  • Robert P Smarse Jr.
    06/19/2012

    You are indeed very fortunate that Nancy's Dad, OL' BLUE EYES, is still not around! OR ELSE!! Sincerely, SMRZ!!!

  • Administrator
    06/21/2012

    The issue with the wrong show playing has been fixed.

    • Robert P Smarse Jr.
      06/21/2012

      Thank U very much, Administrator! Now, Ain't THAT A Kick in The HEAD!! Also it's a good thing that Nancy didn't have to get Her BOOTS out again to do some serious walking on somebody's head. Just joking. I know that you don't get payed for your hard work. Try to ignore all the negative crap that people post about you. You're O.K. with me and Stevie and we really appreciate all of your hard work! Sincerely, SMRZ!!!

    • greggie434
      06/22/2012

      Thank You Administrator, rock on!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Glenn Sutherland
    06/22/2012

    Thank you guys for fixing it! I've got it on right now!

  • Robert P Smarse Jr.
    06/22/2012

    Mr. Dino Paul Crocetti & Nancy Sinatra. Yes Indeed! 2 of the coolest people ever! Thank you once again, Little Steven, for another 5 star Saturday night! The sound bytes alone were very cool indeed. Ok now, time to get to work and put this in the proper context. A Man's Man & A Chick's Chick, who also happens to be one very classy woman. Happy 72nd!, Nancy. You still Got it!! Top of The Heap! I'll never forget our 1st date but I promised you never to disclose anything about it outside of our small circle of friends-So I Won't! But why didn't you ever return my calls. I think that Lee Hazelwood was jealous because your Dad seemed to like me. Oh well-time to get to work. Set 1. I'm A Man-Yardbirds. Dirty Water by The Standells with very cool sound byte by Dick Dodd. The excellent song is now a staple at Fenway Park with my team-The Boston Red Sox who will be playing The Texas Rangers in the 2012 World Series this October. Red Sox in 7 games. You heard it 1st here! Yeah, that Charles River can get very dirty at times. Ramblin' Gamblin' Man by Bob Seger System. A perfect song for Dino who has to be one of the Coolest Cats ever! "If A man is gonna gamble, He might as well do it without plowing the fields". Locked Down by the revived Night Tripper-Dr. John. title track to excellent release with great production and very cool guitar licks by Dan Auerbach from The Black Keys. The whole release is great so go pick it up now & enjoy! Tumbling Dice-Rolling Stones. "I've been rolled while I was stoned myself." Closing the set with the cool duet by Dino with Jerry Lewis-That's Amore. "When the Moon Hit's Your Eye Like a Big Pizza Pie, That's Amore." St 2. Kicks off with the musical Bed Ain't That A Kick In the Head! Probably my fav song by Dino. It was taken from Ocean's 11(1960) with the fellow Rat Packers Frank, Peter Lawford, Sammy Davis, Jr., and Joey Bishop with sexy eye candy from another classy chick-Angie Dickinson. No, I never dated her, She turned me down. Can You Imagine That? Dino played Sam harmon in the flick. Love Is A Beautiful Thing by The Rascals. Indeed it Is!! Memories Are Made Of This by family members Dino, Desi & Billy, who actually were pretty good. 1966 for both The Rascals and Dino, Desi,& Billy. Who' Got Action-Dino. "Remember, Boys & Girls. Nothing beats A Good snack Of Crackers & Milk at Home." For Medicinal Purposes Only-Dino. Your favorite flick, Stevie, Robin And the Seven Hoods(1964). I mean specifically with the Rat Packers, of course. Set 3. You Only Live Twice(1967). The 3rd best James Bond title song after Goldfinger(64)-Shirley Bassey & then Sir Paul McCartney's Live & Let Die(1973). Sorry Nancy, but your still up there. You are still the grooviest, Swingiest, Chick Ever!! Like Stevie says, "Tuff, Independent, and forerunner of The Woman's Lib Movement". You were very cool in Roger Corman's Wild Angels(1966) with Peter Fonda, Bruce Dern, and Diane Ladd. Please Call Me Back Again!! Nice sound byte from Speedway(1968) with you & Elvis Presley exchanging wise-cracks. One of the few 60's Elvis movies that I can watch again just because of YOU! Baby Please Don't Go. Very smooth & Groovy. Nice combo of Run for Your Life(66) by the Beatles followed by your version. The cool Lorenzo Woodrose aka Baby Woodrose with Dandelion from the excellent Lysergic rush Of Third Eye Surgery. There must be something in the water in Denmark because Lorenzo is straight out of 67-68. I played the album for a friend of mine last week and told him that it was a release from 1968 and he totally believed me. Of course, The MUSHROOMS might have helped. He made me play it 4 times in a row.He actually still does not believe that it was just recently released. LSUG members go out and pay the 20 bucks for it & if you don"t like it, I'll refund your money if you are really honest about it. REALLY! wraping off set 3 is Nancy's theme from Tony Rome(1967) which is very cool indeed. Of course, Tony is played by her dad Frank. The sequel, Lady In Cement(68), was also very good. Of course, I might be more than a little bit partial because Raquel Welch co-starred with Frank. No-I never dated Raquel, but atleast she wrote me a short letter back explaining why. But I Digress. FYI-Gordan Douglas directed Robin & The Seven Hoods, Tony Rome, and Lady In Cement. Mr. Douglas was connected with OL' Blue Eyes. That might have helped!! Closing out set 3 with the absolutely Psychotronic version of Boots by Wacko Crispin Glover. I have the cassete of the release and it is REALLY OUT THERE!! GONZO!! Set 4. You guys still with me? Thank U! Coolest Song of the week-Man Of The World by Alejandro Escovedo, who I saw at The Iron Horse in Northampton, Mass. on Sat. 6-9-12. Excellent show!! He wrote it with Chuck Prophet, who I will be seeing at the fabulous Green River Festival on the weekend of July-14-15 at Greenfield Community College. They are having a special 100th Birthday Celebration for Woody Guthrie. Arlo & 3 generations of The Guthrie Fam will be there along with 35 acts on 3 different stages, along with Hot Air ballons and Illuminations that are in synch with the music playing. I've been there every year since 2000, even in 2008, while I was recovering from surgery from a ruptured Achilles tendon. The Festival is very family friendly. They do Not allow alcohol but there is a small hill where people share joints with each other all within full view of security. How Cool Is That? Saturday's shows start at NOON and run untill about 10:30 PM. Sunday's run from Noon until about 8-8:30. The only festivals that compare would be Newport & Tanglewood. Moving along here-Very Cool sound byte by a member of Count Five's Psychotic Reaction(66), which, as You said Stevie is pretty much a rip-off of the 1st tune of this show being The Yardbird's I'm A Man. San Jose, California is where Count Five emerged from. I love their LP cover where they are looking down a hole or a grave. I still have 2 copies of the original. I got one for 44 cents. Moving along with I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend-1977 Power Pop by the vastly underrated Rubinoos on the Beserkley label. Closing out the set with Darlene Love(Hi-Darlene) with The Crystals. Very cool sound byte from Eric Von Zipper-Harvey Lembeck, from 1 of the Beach Party Flicks. You STUPIDS!! Moving on to set 5. You still with me? THANXS! Opening with the Freak Of the Week, The Late Great Lee Hazelwood with my absolutely hypnotic duet with Nancy-Some Velvet Morning! Yeah-When I'm Straight! We're talking bout Phaedra and other mystical magic stuff. Yeah, Stevie, Lee influenced Spector and actually Spector influenced Hazelwood. Somewhat Symbiotic, they were. Lee was a stone-cold genuis Way ahead of his time that even today people are discovering. When he was doing take after take with Nancy for Boots and they could not get it just right, he told Nancy to sing like a 16 year old nympth trying to seduce truck drivers. Just like you said ,Stevie. The great Duane Eddy with Rebel Rouser from way back in 1959. Yes. Have Twangy Guitar-Will Travel. I still have the original LP, even tho it is somewhat beat up 'cause I kept playing it over & over. back to Dino sound byte "You'd Think You invented the Hangover, I gotta Patent on this one." Genuis! Personified! Old John Robertson-Byrds from the excellent Notorious Byrd Brothers(68) after Crosby split and the great LP cover with the horse's ASS representing David Crosby. Yet another cool sound byte by Dino "Shine My Shoes-Not My Sox!" and wrapping up another excellent show with Dirty Old Town from Rod Stewart's very 1st solo release. I actually prefer the version by The Pogues from 83 or 84. written by Ian McCall. Musical beds sandwiched with The great Dick Dale with Haji & Open Up the Doghouse-duet by the silky vocals of Nat King Cole & Dino. New stuff by Cocktail Slippers, Make-Out with their Ode to Narcissism-Maybe I'm the One(For Me), old new very cool Got Love If You Wan't It by The Dave Clark Five, and Capsula with Wild Fascination by Capsula from Argentina. Actually, I heard a rumour thar MR. ROCK & Roll MAN, who used to post comments about the tie in with Satan & The Devil's Music related to Rock n' Roll, faked his own death, moved to Argentina and joined a group called Capsula! Really! Could it be? I better shut up before he re-surfaces on LSUG's Comment section. Before I sign off, a couple more tings!! HA HA!! I recently purchased an excellent dvd Import from China that has The excellent Nancy Sinatra Special by NBC-TV Special called Movin' With Nancy. It has Nancy with others including Art Linkletter, Dean Martin, Dino, Desi, & Billy, Sammy Davis Jr., and Lee Hazelwood. She sings Some Velvet Morning with Lee Hazelwood, as well as Jackson, another duet with Lee, a duet with Dean Martin singing Things, a duet with Sammy Davis Jr,-What'd I Say, Dean singing Just Bummin' Around, her dad Frank doing Younger Than Springtime, Nancy singing I Gotta Get Out Of This Town, Up, Up, And Away, Sugartown, This Town, Wait Till You See Him, Friday's Child, See the Little Children and Who Will Buy. It also has the RC Cola Spots by Nancy, Art L., Dino, Desi & Billy and Robie Porter. Who's That Guy? Does anybody out there remember the TV Special? I think it was from 1967 or 1968. The scenes with Lee Hazelwood are especially significant because footage of Lee is quite rare. That's just the 1st hour. The 2nd hour is a concert by Nancy from Edinburgh, Scotland, live from 2002. She does sopme of her hits along with Like A Rolling Stone, Sixty Minute Man, and closing out the 17 songs with Born To Be Wild. The crowd was very supportive and went crazy when she finished. Very Cool Indeed! In addition, there's an appearance by Nancy on 1960's TV Game Show "Password" playing against Woody Allen!! Talk about PSYCHOTRONIC!! Well, Stevie, I want to thank you again for making my Sat. nights so special, as well as your excellent archives, so every night can be Sat. Night. You told me to add more to my comments-so I did, Mr. Maharaj Of Garage! Signing off for now. Peace Be With You, Stevie, and to all members who live IN & FOR The Underground Garage. Thanks Y'all!! EEYAHH!! SMRZ!!!

    • greggie434
      06/24/2012

      excellent comments SMRZ. ya lost me with the red sox and the series, I'm all PHILLY down here....

      • Robert P Smarse Jr.
        06/24/2012

        Hey Bro! Please don't hate me for being a die-hard Red Sox fan. The Phillies happen to be my fav N.L. team. I used to share an apt. with a Prof. who graduated from Penn. State & then moved to Mass. & got a PHD. from UMASS. He was from Wilkes Barre, Pa. I have a 1950 Phillies World Series program with the Whiz Kids including Robin Roberts on the cover. Anyway, The Phillies helped Yhe BoSox out last night by beating Tampa. With all of their injuries, both Phillies & Red Sox have been struggling this year. Just can't see the Phillies in the Post-Season this year.unless they get bodies back. Both N.L. and A.L. East are the BEST divisions in the Majors this year. Where would the Phillies be without Papelbon? That was a gift from The Red Sox! I hope that I haven't lost you as a friend in The Underground Garage! Take Care greggie434! LOL! SMRZ!!!

  • Robert P Smarse Jr.
    06/22/2012

    Oh Yeah. Stevie wanted me to remind people to PLEASE post your STAR ratings. They are just above the playlist. He also wanted me to pass along the message to stop making negative comments about The Administrator! So LSUG members, please listen to Little Steven. He is under an extreme amount of pressure with the tour that is groundbreaking in it's scope, alone. Stellar reviews from everywhere. So please heed the request of The Maharaj of GARAGE!! Thank U! Thank U very Much, indeed. Take care of yourselves and to all that you hold close to your hearts! Sincerely, SMRZ!!!

  • Robert P Smarse Jr.
    06/23/2012

    OOPS! My BAD again. I meant that The Boston Redsox would win The American League Pennant over The Texas Rangers in 7 games in The A. L. Championship Series. They then would go on and win The 2012 World Series over The L. A, Dodgers in 6 games. Also, The New England Patriots will win the Super Bowl over The San Francisco 49ers next February. Remember, you saw it here 1st!! Take heed and get your bets into Vegas as soon as you can. Thanks again, SMRZ!!!

  • Ron Lynch
    06/30/2012

    Very cool show indeed, liked it all.



    Thanks Stevie

  • jcjohnson63
    07/08/2012

    thanks for the update. getting caught up in july.keep on rockin. :)

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