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Show 629 - Iggy, Edie, Jan and Dean

Show 629 - Iggy, Edie, Jan and Dean

Air Date:

Monday, 21 April 2014

Are you tired of the filth that permeates our disgusting society?

Gossiping reporters dishing the dirt.

Politicians slinging mud.

Buses and factories spewing pollution.

Nothing but Filth! Filth! Filth!

Come celebrate hygiene with us in the Underground Garage.

Come and find out why Norway is so clean.

Don’t mind the gas fumes and oil spots. After all, it’s only fossil fuels. Use’em before we lose’em.

We will see you this weekend in the Underground Garage.

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  • Playlist:

    Set 1:
    There’s No Surf In Cleveland (Euclid Beach Band)
    Dead Man’s Curve (Jan & Dean)
    Old Red Wine (Who)
    All The Right Friends (REM)
    Come And Get It (Dollyrots)
    I Can Only Give You Everything (Them) 

    Set 2:
    Cold Metal (Iggy Pop)
    Evil Hearted You (Yardbirds)
    You Give Me (Cocktail Slippers)
    Outsider (Ramones)
    Money Money Money (Mark Rivera)

    Set 3:
    Edie (Cult)
    Are You My Love (Kelley Stoltz)
    Gomper (Rolling Stones)
    The Kids (New Trocaderos)
    I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night (Electric Prunes)


    Set 4:
    This Is Your Sword (Bruce Springsteen)
    Don’t Look Back (Remains)
    Glad All Over (Verbs)
    I Ain’t Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore (Rascals)
    Bad Boy (Beatles)

    Set 5:
    Hot Rocks (Launderettes)
    Leader Of The Laundromat (the Detergents)
    When My Baby’s Beside Me (Big Star)
    It Is As It Was (Fleshtones)
    Hang On Sloopy (McCoys)

Comments (16)

  • Steed Colliss
    04/24/2014

    There's no surf in Cleveland ? Yeah, right... There is now that Little Stevie is in the Rock'n'Roll Hall of Fame...

    Congrats, Stevie... Surf's up, s'tie !!!!

    Great updated repeat from way back shows 102 and 159...

    • DavidWhite
      04/24/2014

      Well, Little Steven does not do surf music and The Beach Boys brought to surf to Cleveland in 1988 when they were inducted into the Hall of Fame, but congratulations for the E Street Band induction are well in order. But until the HoF put Jan & Dean in, Cleveland will still be lacking in the surf department. Jan died a decade ago and Dean is now 74, so it might not happen until after they have both ridden their last wave.

      By the way, show 102 was an Australia show. You must mean show 107.

      • Steed Colliss
        04/24/2014

        Oups ! S'cuse mononc'... You're right... 159 - 52 = 107...

        But that 102 Australia repeat was one of the best though...

  • Robert P Smarse Jr.
    04/24/2014

    Thank You Very Much, Little Steven, for yet another 5 Star Saturday Night, which was so good that I had to listen in again on Sunday Night, as well. I also would like to Thank The Administrator for getting the very cool show up into the Archives for all of us to enjoy, all before this week's show. GOOD WORK! O.K. Show # 629! Iggy, Edie, and Jan & Dean! WOW! One eclectic musical mix if there ever was one, but you made it all fit together quite rightly as usual! It's been a while, so I shall ease my way back into The Underground Garage Comments. I shall utilize the Ron Lynch method, in picking select tunes from each set, with the additional twist of explaining why my twisted mind works. Set 1. I have to go with Dead Man's Curve by Jan & Dean. The reason being is that this really happened in real life and when Jan Berry's occurred in April, 1966, the excellent duo had charted 13 top singles and had sold over 10 Million records worldwide before this terrible accident. I was fortunate to see this duo during their comeback concert tour in 1980, at Riverside Park, in nearby Agawam, Massachusetts. It was also ironic because, at that time when they performed, it was at the Speedway Racetrack at Riverside Park! Life can indeed be stranger than fiction! Set 2. I would have to go with Iggy's great tune, Cold Metal, which was from his very cool 1988 long player, INSTINCT! Mr. Osterberg also just celebrated his 77th birthday on April 21st. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, IGGY! Now, I find it quite surprising that Iggy is still performing as wild as ever, especially in view of all of that broken glass bottles, peanut butter, and BLOOD, mostly endured while he was leading The Stooges! Set 3. Dedicated to Edie Sedgwick. Edie was born in nearby Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Imagine being the person who inspired the lyrics to Dylan's Like A Rolling Stone? WHEW! Quite the story! I shall choose Gomper by The Rolling Stones. The reason for this being that it is from a vastly underrated Stone's L.P., YOUR SATANIC MAJESTIES REQUEST, as well as being very Psychedelic, and also featured a very rare solo by Mr. Bill Wyman! How's that? Set 4. I shall go with Don't Look Back by Barry & The Remains. The reason being is that I actually saw The Remains perform before The Beatles at The Suffolk Downs Racetrack in Massachusetts in July, 1966, shortly before they stopped touring forever in just the very next month of August, 1966, after performing at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, California. I must admit that I actually saw The Beatles, as opposed to HEARING them in concert because the screams were so loud! Significant to note that The Beatles stopped touring because they could no longer hear themselves play their instruments due to the increasingly loud screaming! I must admit that I also saw The Remains at The Mountain Park Ballroom in nearby Holyoke, Massachusetts, at least 5-6 times. I should add that they ALWAYS put on an excellent show! In fact, their were many audience members who felt that they actually blew The Beatles off of the stage while opening for them at that July, 1966, Suffolk Downs concert. It did help that people were actually elated to actually HEAR the band play. It was no fluke, however. The Remains were an Excellent group! Set 5. Dedicated to the very 1st Laundromat, which was opened on 4-18-34. in Fort Worth, Texas. Yes, Mr. William Blackstone invented the very 1st Laundromat, which endeared him to all women everywhere, especially his wife! It is only fitting that I shall pick the very rarely played Leader Of The Laundromat by The Detergents. Who else!? "Who's that banging on the piano"? Well, I guess that's a wrap. I mean that's the end of the show. So good to be back in The Underground Garage. Once again, Thank You Very Much, Little Steven! I also continue to dig your very good sponsor, The United Alliance, UAVIP! Very important to provide much needed training and jobs for our returning Veterans in The Piping Industry! BRAVO! So, I guess that's it for now until maybe next week. Little Steven did tell me to remind all members to please remember to post your very important star ratings. So I Did! To all who live IN and FOR, The Underground Garage, Peace Be With You! EEYAHH! SMRZ!

    • Steed Colliss
      04/24/2014

      Welcome back Robert !!!! Hope everything is well down south (south of Québec, I mean)...

      • Robert P Smarse Jr.
        04/24/2014

        Thank You Very Much, Steed! I'd say that it's still about March down here in Western Massachusetts. Peace, Brosky!

        • rivardm
          04/25/2014

          Greetings, Gentlemen!

          I am glad there was peace at the Boston Marathon this year Robert! I just downloaded the entire Mark Rivera CD...sounds great so far - you and Steed might want to do a deeper dive on it.

          Ready for Spring!

          Big Mike - Detroit

          • Robert P Smarse Jr.
            04/25/2014

            Hey Big Mike! Always good to hear from you! Yes, it was indeed very good that The Marathon went well this year. Will check out that Mark Rivera cd more deeply. Thanks again!

            • greggie434
              05/22/2014

              I was wonderin where you were SMRZ, good to see U back Bro!!!

      • kb8uls
        11/30/2014

        Glad to read your comments again. Always very insightful and intelligent. Very pleased that you are posting again . . .

  • Ron Lynch
    04/24/2014

    Robert P Smarse Jr,another set of great comments. You were gone awhile,thought you might have gone and went to that big turn table in the sky.Good to have ya back. Got 5 cool ones here, Dead Man’s Curve (Jan & Dean) I did some street racing in the 70's but stayed away from Dead Man's Curve for the most part. Cold Metal (Iggy Pop) just a cool Iggy tune. Edie (Cult) Excellent song for Edie. This Is Your Sword (Bruce Springsteen) I'm thinking a Irish Game of Thrones here with Bruce's song but also holds true for modern times, just a wicked song. Hang On Sloopy (McCoys), a cool old classic here. Thanks Stevie,Keep on Rockin.

    • Robert P Smarse Jr.
      04/25/2014

      Hello Mr. Lynch! Thanks so much for the kind words. I also would like to thank you for borrowing your design for posted comments, specifically, 1 tune per set. Very Cool, Indeed! Take Care, Ron!

      • Ron Lynch
        04/29/2014

        No problem Robert my pleasure for such a top notch member of the Underground Garage.

  • jcjohnson63
    04/27/2014

    crazy,funny, wacky, rockin heartfelt episode!! thanks for posting this one. great job guys!! :)

  • michael j farrelly
    04/30/2014

    Coolest Song in the World from Freehold, NJ. It has a nice ring to it. The Hullaballo and Woodhaven Country Club are long gone, but the rockin' continues.
    Peace and groovy wishes to all in the Garage.

  • greggie434
    05/22/2014

    Absolutely love "Cold Metal" and "Old Red Wine" and "Edie"

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