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Show 695 - Like A Rolling Stone

Show 695 - Like A Rolling Stone

Air Date:

Tuesday, 28 July 2015

Hey baby, Little Steven here.

A whole lot happened this week in history, and we are going to celebrate all of it this weekend in the Underground Garage.

We are going to be talking about Bob Dylan going electric and changing the whole world, and we are going to the movies to celebrate a very cool flick, which you may have missed.

Join us for the only Rock n’ Roll dance party on the radio.

I’ll see you this weekend in the Underground Garage.

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  • Playlist:

    Set 1
    We Ain’t Got Nothing Yet (Blues Magoos)
    Maggie’s Farm (Bob Dylan)
    Born In Chicago (Paul Butterfield Blues Band)
    Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window (Roger Daltrey & Wilco Johnson)
    Don’t Come Back (Connection)
    It’s All Over Now Baby Blue (Byrds)

    Set 2
    Like A Rolling Stone (Bob Dylan)
    No Time Like The Right Time (Blues Project)
    She Won’t Go (Wifee and the Huzz Band)
    It Takes A Lot To Laugh It Takes A Train To Cry (Al Kooper & Steven Stills)

    Set 3
    Talk Talk (Music Machine)
    The Gears (Carl Barat and the Jackals)
    Little By Little (Rollings Stones)
    You Know What To Do (Weeklings)
    One Meatball (Ry Cooder)

    Set 4
    I’m A Full Grown Man (Barrence Whitfield and the Savages)
    Soul Man (Sam & Dave)
    Gimme Some Fun (Go Wows)
    Soldier Of Love (Beatles)
    That’s How Strong My Love Is (Otis Redding)

    Set 5
    Privilege (Set Me Free) (Patti Smith Group)
    Lion Sleeps Tonight (Tokens)
    Cry Little Sister (Gerard McMann)
    Every Christian Lion Hearted Man (Bee Gees)

Comments (11)

  • Steed Colliss
    07/30/2015

    Cool Updated Repeat... However, it's weird that two songs in set five have the word "lion" in them after what happened to Cecil...

    • Steed Colliss
      07/31/2015

      Yeah, forgot to mention... The repeat is a little different... Set three is not the Kim Fowley Set, but the Pastrami history/Sussman Volk Jr set... However, there is an error in the editing of the outro... It used the outro of set one of shows 430 and 587, with a mention of the Routers's "Hot Pastrami", while the song isn't played...

  • John Bean
    07/31/2015

    #name-checking -
    @Behind The Wall of Sleep (The Smithereens song).

    @Paul Jones not exactly @Kim Wilson on electric numbers but a lovely feel on acoustic harp songs.

    Dick Waterman, who revived Son House's recording output, claimed he was shouting w/ Albert Grossman over feedback or such.

  • Ron Lynch
    08/14/2015

    5 cool ones here. Maggie’s Farm (Bob Dylan), Like A Rolling Stone (Bob Dylan), You Know What To Do (Weeklings), Soul Man (Sam & Dave) & Privilege (Set Me Free) (Patti Smith Group). Thanks Stevie, Keep on Rockin.

  • jcjohnson63
    08/16/2015

    thanks for this classic update and thanks for posting the shows!! LOVE Barrence Whitfield!!!

  • matt defman
    08/17/2015

    hey can somebody tell me how I find a song that was played on Sunday the 16th 2015 on the underground show? Thank you

    • Steed Colliss
      08/23/2015

      I haven't heard the show yet since there are no radio stations in my area that play the show... What was the theme of the show ? Which set was it in?

  • Amie Bernard
    08/21/2015

    Are the intro excerpts available to read? They are most entertaining.

    • Steed Colliss
      08/23/2015

      No they're not... You'd have to transcribe them yourself... And if you think they're good, you should listen to those of the first hunnerd shows... Those were amazing... Yeah, I'm a little bit "two oat sodas, Gary" right now now...

      Hey, Stevie ever thought of talking about the cool Japanese movie that inspired "Alien" and "Armageddon" ? I'm talking about "The Green Slime",,,

  • michael j farrelly
    09/21/2015

    I think this is the first time I've heard the Beatles's Soldier of Love, great tune.

  • greggie434
    12/17/2015

    Patti Smith Group, "Privilege" is a GREAT tune!!!!!

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