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Show 617 - A Conversation with David Chase Part 2

Show 617 - A Conversation with David Chase Part 2

Air Date:

Tuesday, 28 January 2014

Hey baby, Little Steven here.

Join us for the concluding chapter of our conversation with David Chase.

We will be discussing music on TV and in the movies, and playing all the cool music from Sopranos and Lilyhammer.

Come find out how Los Lobos have a song called ‘Viking’ but it's not in Lilyhammer.

These questions and more will be answered exclusively 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:

    Rock Around The Clock (Bill Haley & the Comets)

    You Can’t Put Your Arms Around A Memory (Johnny Thunders)

    Gonna Hustle You (Jan & Dean)

    Bad ‘n’ Ruin (Faces)

    Hot Rocks (Launderettes)

    Only The Good Die Young (Billy Joel)

     

    Set 2:

    My My Kind Of A Girl (Ramones)

    Time Is On My Side (Irma Thomas)

    Don’t Go Looking For My Heart (Death By Unga Bunga)

    The Viking (Los Lobos)

    Who’s Got The Action (Dean Martin)

     

    Set 3:

    The Lion Sleeps Tonight (Tokens)

    Undercover Of Night (Rolling Stones)

    Outtasite! (Chesterfield Kings)

    Please Mr. Postman (Beatles)

    B-A-B-Y (Carla Thomas)

     

    Set 4:

    Shame On Me (Cocktail Slippers)

    Take Me For A Little While (Dave Edmunds)

    These Boots Are Made For Walking (Nancy Sinatra)

    The Dolphins (Fred Neil)

    Crosscut Saw (Albert King)

     

    Set 5:

    In Your Eyes (Peter Gabriel)

    The Blues Is My Business (Etta James)

    Move (Woggles)

    Living On A Thin Line (Kinks)

    I’m So Young (Students)

Comments (12)

  • Steed Colliss
    01/27/2014

    Okay… that was quick...

  • Steed Colliss
    01/29/2014

    Okay... Finished listening to this great episode... Finally, my favorite Stones song was played !!! Now, it the garage could play "Sympathy for the Devil", I would be in heaven...

    I just hope that next week will be Naughty Girls week... Wasn't it Samantha Fox that sang "naughty girls need love too" ?

    • Steve Hibbs
      02/02/2014

      Steed Please..!!.. don't be mentioning Sam Fox in the same breath as the Underground Garage..!!..Just started listening to this show,always check for the comments from you and Robert first ,the mention of her in here..!!..Worse than being told Yo-Yo by the Dough Boys is by the Osmonds ..!!..ha-ha..Take it easy Man...!

      • Steed Colliss
        02/03/2014

        Hey Steve, didn't want to scare you... When I think about it again, most likely it's gonna be the Real Big Bang show for the 50th anniversary of the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan show... Oh, well... No naughty girls...

        • Steed Colliss
          02/03/2014

          Or with some chance, the Real Big Bang will be next week (February 9th)... Wouhou !!! maybe some naughty girls after all !!!! Even more so since we didn't get our girls of summer last summer...

  • ArthurAllen
    01/29/2014

    Thank you for posting the Carla Thompson version of B-A-B-Y. Oddly enough, I was only familiar with the Rachel Sweet version of the song until a few weeks ago. When I heard it on Lillihammer, I paused the credits to find the singer, then promptly forgot it after I looked it up.

  • jcjohnson63
    02/02/2014

    this one is equally fascinating as the first. a bit different tune wise!!! a couple of misfires.but i LOVE billy joel and i noticed you played a bit of nick lowe last episode and this one had dave edmunds!! did i FINALLY HAVE an influence on you???? play more of both artists PLEASE!! Rockpile TOO!! overall a cool show!!!!

  • jcjohnson63
    02/02/2014

    BTW- I ALREADY BOUGHT shame on me for Christmas!!!! FIRST TIME in my LIFE i had the coolest song in the world AALREADY!!

  • jcjohnson63
    02/02/2014

    peter gabriel is cool as well.

  • jcjohnson63
    02/02/2014

    gotta disagree with the thoughts in the last set.the part about drugs,yes, right on.but i am more optimistic because of LSUG!!!! you gotta have the bad stuff to make you appreciate the good stuff in life baby!!! i know. i came from a dysfunctional family and managed to make my life ten times better then it should have been!! all you need is LOVE!!!!!!!! ;)

  • Ron Lynch
    02/18/2014

    Only The Good Die Young (Billy Joel), Time Is On My Side (Irma Thomas), Please Mr. Postman (Beatles), These Boots Are Made For Walking (Nancy Sinatra) & In Your Eyes (Peter Gabriel) 5 Cool ones. Liked the talk on Dylan, not a word wasted.
    Thanks Stevie, Keep on Rockin.

  • Sam Favate
    02/28/2014

    I'm probably one of the only people who remembers David Chase's TV show Almost Grown, which was a terrific show. It was on circa 1988 for only 8 episodes or so. Chase mentions in Part I that 12 episodes were completed. These need to be released on DVD -- of course the music licensing would be expensive, but the world shouldn't forget Chase's first series.

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