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The Underground Garage: Home / The Radio Show / Archived Shows / Shows 699-600 / Shows 609-600 / Show 600 - Groucho Marx!
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Show 600 - Groucho Marx!

Show 600 - Groucho Marx!

Air Date:

Monday, 30 September 2013

Hey baby, Little Steven here.

Join us in the Underground Garage this week where we are celebrating Groucho Marx’s 122nd birthday.

Joining us will be Graham Parker & the Rumour, the Animals, the Bobby Fuller Four, and Sam & Dave.

We have brand new music from Charles Bradley and the Menahan Street Band, Jack Clemons, King Khan and the Shrines, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, and Mark Lindsay has a brand new record.

Come discover what the MC5, Dewey Phillips, and Lydia the Tattooed Lady have in common.

Come join us 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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  • Playlist:

    Set 1

    I’m Against It (Ramones)

    Good Times (Easybeats)

    Pourin’ It All Out (Graham Parker & the Rumour)

    Poco Loco Crazy (Mark Lindsay)

    School Days (Chuck Berry)

    Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood (Animals)

     

    Set 2

    She Don’t Care About Time (Byrds)

    Let Her Dance (Bobby Fuller Four)

    You Don’t Know Like I Know (Sam & Dave)

    You Must Be Crazy (Jake Clemons)

    Congratulations (Rolling Stones)

     

    Set 3

    A Well Respected Man (Kinks)

    Shakin’ Street (MC5)

    Better Luck Next Time (King Kahn & the Shrines)

    You’re Not An Ordinary Girl (Temptations)

    Circles (Who)

     

    Set 4

    Any Weather (Joan Jett & the Blackhearts)

    Weekend Girls (Kurt Baker & His Party Animals)

    Good Thing (Paul Revere & the Raiders)

    Runaround (Soraia)

    Pretty Little Angel Eyes (Curtis Lee)

     

    Set 5

    Baby Let’s Play House (Elvis Presley)

    The Seventh Son (Johnny Rivers)

    You Put The Flame On It (Charles Bradley)

    Rack My Mind (Yardbirds)

    Wild One (Jerry Lewis)

     

Comments (18)

  • Mooko Marx
    10/03/2013

    "I have had some of my most rewarding and informative conversations with dead people. I'm not kidding. Most people are far more clear in their thinking, far more profound in their insight, after they're dead. They make more sense. They were probably equally intriguing when they were alive but who notices? Death has a funny way of adding an exclamation point to the sentence that was your life. It makes life an easy-to-understand three-act sitcom rather than an ongoing miniseries. You don't know whether the characters are important, who's going to come and go, what plotlines are going to stick - life is unfocused, it's unclear, it's confusing. And we're too busy and self-absorbed to think about our own lives, never mind someone else's. In the final analysis, in regard to the quality of one's work and one's general social standing, let's face it - life is...overrated." That's some classic Little Steven wisdom.

  • Steed Colliss
    10/03/2013

    Happy 600th show ! I still have some 35 or 40 shows to listen to... By the way, I reserved a copy of "Duck Soup" at my pblic library... I should get it saturday... Also, i know it's not related, but there must be a movie class somewhere in town where "Dead Man" has to be viewed, because all copies throughout the Montreal public libraries are out...

    • Robert P Smarse Jr.
      10/03/2013

      Hey Steed! How are things up North? I hope that you are well. Regarding "Dead Man". Are you speaking of the 1995 film that starred Johnny Depp, Iggy Pop, Billy Bob Thornton, Crispin Glover, John Hurt, and in his last film ever, Mr. Robert Mitchum? Soundtrack by Neil Young. Directed by Jim Jarmusch. It is known as a "Psychedelic Western", even though it is in black and white. It is a fav of mine. It cost 9 Million to make but only made just over 1 Million in box Office. Amazon Marketplace is selling it at starting at about 3-4 bucks. The film is unlike any other. Check out the details at Wikipedia.org Some people loved it, like me, but others hated it. I've seen it about 10 times and get more out of each screening. In regards to "Duck Soup", I've seen it at least 20 times and freakin' love it! I always watch it on New Year's Eve, as well as whenever I need to laugh or get high without chemicals. Regarding "Dead Man", it's possible that they are teaching it in some film course, as you mentioned. Take care. Peace!

      • Steed Colliss
        10/07/2013

        Also, Neil Young's music for the movie is excellent... Also, in regard of the playlist, I didn't know Jerry Lewis sang "Wild One"... I always thought it was Jerry Lee Lewis...

      • Steed Colliss
        10/07/2013

        Hey Robert,

        Just remembered that a one time, a co-worker lent me his copy... And he was the bass player of the Chains (coolest song in the world of show #38, the song was "Nervous Breakdown"... It was also in shows 40 and 48, but you'll have to go to show 211 to hear it because the first hunnerd shows are not there yet, though I did listen to #1 to 50 and 78 to 94 from the old website way back then...)

  • Alan Russell
    10/03/2013

    Please resume listing the music beds used during the shows. They are half the fun!

    • Steed Colliss
      10/03/2013

      I second that emulsion...

      • Gary Gassman
        10/05/2013

        Me three!

        • Mooko Marx
          10/07/2013

          Me four, please!

          • Steed Colliss
            10/07/2013

            For the Playlists, you can check the old Groucho shows (138, 339, 391, 444, 496 or 548)...

  • Robert P Smarse Jr.
    10/03/2013

    Yes, I totally agree. "Duck Soup" will get you very high without the use of chemicals. Thank You Very Much, Little Steven, for yet another 5 Star Special! Just a few things, however, need to be addressed. We all miss the musical beds! Yes, they are being played, but they are not being listed. Next, Groucho Marx turned 123 years old on Oct. 2, not 122. 10-2-1890 to 10-2-2013 = 123 years. Last time that I checked, anyways. Also, the narrative by Little Steven after set 4 was from last year's show #548. You mention Redd Kross, The Beach Boys, and Suzi Chunk & Groovy Uncle. That was from 2012's tribute to Groucho. Still love that tribute from set 5 to D.J. Dewey Phillips from Memphis. He was one Rockabilly Madman! To Be sure. I know that you are very busy so's I'll let this one slide by. But I shall be listening closely this Sat. and Sunday Evening to be sure that we have moved into 2013. Love the new stuff by King Khan & The Shrines, as well as Joan Jett & The Blackhearts new L.P. Everybody go out and buy both of those L.P.'s. that is MANDATORY! You know with the mess in Congress, it might be a good idea to let Groucho run the country. After all, he did rule the kingdom of Freedonia. Oh yeah, just one more thing. Lydia, The Tattooed Lady is no longer with us since Heisenberg put something in her drink. Now, she is really Breaking Bad! Well, I guess that's it for now, because, as Groucho said "Hello, I must be going". Take Care everybody, and I'll catch you next week in the ultimate coolest place in the World. To all who live IN and FOR The Underground Garage, Peace Be With You! EEYAHH! SMRZ!

  • Ron Lynch
    10/05/2013

    Alot of cool ones on this show. I'll pick 5, School Days (Chuck Berry), You Must Be Crazy (Jake Clemons), Shakin’ Street (MC5), Any Weather (Joan Jett & the Blackhearts) & You Put The Flame On It (Charles Bradley).
    Thanks Stevie, Keep on Rockin.

  • Jen
    10/06/2013

    Really love hearing Joan Jett and Soraia in the same set together, diggin the female rockers! Hope to see more of Soraia in the future!

  • CHERYL M MILLER
    10/07/2013

    Thank you so much for continuing to play tracks from my favorite local band, SORAIA!! I have been a fan for many years and it's so good to hear their music on the radio, especially on UG, which I love to listen to. Thanks Little Steven!!

  • Jennifer Johnson
    10/07/2013

    I agree with Jen -- totally loving the chick rockers :)

    And I'm also with Cheryl-- SORAIA is one of my favorite East Coast bands. Thanks for playing them; it is truly awesome to hear them on the radio!

  • Terri England
    10/07/2013

    Love the Joan Jett song...and always happy to hear me some Soraia! Little Steven, if you like Love Like Voodoo and Runaround you should give my favorite a listen - Wild Imagination. I absolutely LOVE that song. SORAIA ROCKS!

  • Deb Hill
    10/07/2013

    Love SORAIA, she is amazing. VooDoo! Keep them coming! She rocks it!

  • jcjohnson63
    11/02/2013

    no comment from me?well let me say i love groucho!! the marx brothers are way cooler then the 3 stooges!! this show is awesome!!! keep up the great work posting! thanks!

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