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The Underground Garage: Home / The Radio Show / Archived Shows / Shows 699-600 / Shows 609-600 / Show 601 - Private Dick!
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Show 601 - Private Dick!

Show 601 - Private Dick!

Air Date:

Monday, 07 October 2013

Hey baby, Little Steven here.

We have a “Who done it?” for you this weekend in the Underground Garage.

That’s right, it’s a celebration of private detectives.

The book kind, the T.V. kind, and the movie kind. We got them all, and they all work for $20 a day plus expenses.

Joining us will be the Rascals, the Ramones, the Shadows Of Knight, Midnight Oil, and the Kinks.

You are going to need a private dick to find out what Big Momma Thornton, Elvis Costello, and Sonny Boy Williamson have in common.

Come explore the nefarious cappers of private detectives and all their Rock n’ Roll Glory.

This weekend in the world’s only Rock n’ Roll dance party on the radio.

I’m talking about the Underground Garage.

 

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  • Playlist:

    Set 1

    Who’ll Be The Next In Line (Kinks)

    Searchin’ (Coasters)

    Keep Searchin’ (Del Shannon)

    Any Weather (Joan Jett & the Blackhearts)

    I’m A Rocker (Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band)

     

    Set 2

    I Ain’t Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore (Rascals)

    Weekend Girls (Kurt Baker & His Party Animals)

    Everytime I Eat Vegetables (It Makes Me Think Of You) (Ramones)

    You Must Be Crazy (Jake Clemons)

    Mashed Potatoes Time (Dee Dee Sharp)

     

    Set 3

    Complicated Shadows (Elvis Costello)

    I’m The Face (High Numbers)

    Gloria (Shadows Of Knight)

    Better Luck Next Time (King Kahn & the Shrines)

    Trouble Man (Marvin Gaye)

     

    Set 4

    Messin’ With The Kid (Buddy Guy w/Kid Rock)

    Birddog (Everly Brothers)

    Walking The Dog (Rolling Stones)

    Hound Dog (Big Momma Thorton)

    Hey Bulldog (Beatles)

     

    Set 5

    Sorry (Easybeats)

    I’m Stranded (Saints)

    Golden Age (Midnight Oil)

    C’mon Everybody (Chevelles)

    I Can’t See Nobody (Bee Gees)

     

Comments (8)

  • michael j farrelly
    10/08/2013

    I asked my five-year old what she has to say when Joan Jett comes on the radio. Her response, the three most wonderful words in rock and roll, "Turn it up!"

  • wah62
    10/08/2013

    Great show Stevie,i do all my nugget shopping here :)

  • gene frehley
    10/09/2013

    Cool show

  • Steed Colliss
    10/11/2013

    Great show as usual.... Set two is probably the set with the two songs with the longest titles (in all the songs ever played in the garage)...

    Great to hear the Chevelles again... To all those interested in Australia, please check out show 102...

    Also, I just finished digging through shows 150 to 179 (that do not appear in the 100 to 199 page) and there is a jukebox error on most of them... The only ones working are 155, 156, 159, 160, 161, 165, 166 and 177... That's a shame becaus some of the best shows are in that period (I know from listening to them when they had aired originally) Especially the Iggy Pop one and the Brian Wilson one with the interviews...

  • jcjohnson63
    10/13/2013

    love this show. love them all!! thanks for posting!!!!

  • Ron Lynch
    10/23/2013

    You are right Stevie, you can learn alot by studying the song masters Bob & Bruce.
    Very good show here.I’m A Rocker (Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band), You Must Be Crazy (Jake Clemons), Complicated Shadows (Elvis Costello), Hey Bulldog (Beatles) I Can’t See Nobody (Bee Gees).
    Thanks Stevie, Keep on Rockin

  • monya7
    10/24/2013

    That BeeGees song is a revelation

  • Dr Antony Rowe
    01/23/2014

    Loving the shows, Stevie. Wish I'd discovered them years ago !!. Saw you and the Disciples at Reading Festival 1983. Such a long time ago!!!! Did you put out any albums with the Disciples? can't seem to find anything. Ant.

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