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Show 496 - Groucho Marx 2011

Show 496 - Groucho Marx 2011

Air Date:

Monday, 03 October 2011

Hello, I must be going.

Little Steven here, and join us this week for our tribute to Groucho Marx and the Marx Brothers.

The man who invented cynicism way before it was fashionable.

Joining us will be the Animals, the Byrds, Chuck Berry, the Bobby Fuller Four, the Kinks, and the Chiffons.

Brand new music from Baby Woodrose, Spanking Charlene, the Launderettes, J.P. Soars, Eddie Phillips, and Genya Ravan.

It’s the Underground Garage tribute to Groucho Marx and his brothers 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:
    Musical Bed: Hurray For Captain Spalding (Groucho Marx)
    If I Need Someone (Beatles)
    I’m Against It (Ramones)
    Pourin’ It All Out (Graham Parker)
    What Ya Gonna Do? (Baby Woodrose)
    School Days (Chuck Berry)
    Canarsie (Spanking Charlene)
    Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood (Animals)
    Music Bed: Echo (Chesterfield Kings)

    Set 2:
    Musical Bed: I’m Against It (Groucho Marx)
    She Don’t Care About Time (Byrds)
    Woodstock Daze (Eddie Phillips)
    Let Her Dance (Bobby Fuller Four)
    Red River (Launderettes)
    You Don’t Know Like I Know (Sam & Dave)
    Musical Bed: Jack The Ripper (Link Wray)

    Set 3:
    Musical Bed: Everyone Says I Love You (Groucho Marx)
    A Well Respected Man (Kinks)
    Shakin’ Street (MC5)
    Doggin’ (J.P. Soars)
    Oh My Lover (Chiffons)
    Circles (Who)
    Musical Bed: Shanghied (The Wailers)

    Set 4:
    Musical Bed: Hymn To Freedonia (Groucho Marx)
    Zero (Christian McNeill & Sea Monsters)
    Good Thing (Paul Revere & the Raiders)
    Do You Know What I Mean? (Genya Ravan)
    Pretty Little Angel Eyes (Curtis Lee)
    Funky Street (Arthur Conley)
    Musical Bed: Bambora Stomp (The Bamboras)

    Set 5:
    Musical Bed: Ski-ing (George Harrison)
    Don’t Bother Me (Beatles)
    While My Guitar Gently Weeps (Beatles)
    What Is Life? (George Harrison)
    Handle With Care (Traveling Wilburys)
    The Inner Light (Beatles)
    Musical Bed: Out Of The Blue (George Harrison)

Comments (11)

  • Raymond

    Great Show. Graham Parker and the Rumour are getting back together for a new album, and they are going to appear
    in the Judd Apatow movie coming out in 2012. At least thats
    the rumour, no pun intended.

  • Ron Lynch

    Real good stuff, What Ya Gonna Do? (Baby Woodrose), Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood (Animals), Zero (Christian McNeill & Sea Monsters), Doggin’ (J.P. Soars), Funky Street (Arthur Conley)
    Also Chuck Berry & George Harrison, amazing talents.

    Thanks Stevie

  • cwhiteneck

    shout out from Baytown, Texas!
    The Bobby Fuller Four!

    ...but, Little Bobby was in Utah before he even started kindergarten.

  • tedeveniss

    Thoroughly enjoyable show! Greetings from the number one fan of the 'Garage' in Wuhan,China.

  • gerrald stangret

    I have been ill for the last while but steven makes living worth it all.

  • Robert P Smarse Jr.

    Another excellent show!! Yes I agree that Duck Soup will get You High without the use of any drugs. I don't know what I will do this Sat. night because I will be at my 45th year class reunion. Class of 1966!! What a great year for music. Oh well, at least I have the archives. Till Then! All the best!! SMRZ!!!

  • pjweldon

    Byrd's "Bells of Rhymny" would have been nice 'bookend' here since Harrison's opening riff for "If I Needed..." was inspired by it.

  • gerrald stangret

    Stevens new 8 part tv show on netflix is going to be the best. Watch the preview and see for your self. Its called Lilyhammer.

  • jcjohnson63

    i have been on a marx brother kick. renting LOTS of movies from netflix!!! another classic for a real comic genius! THANX LS!!! NEW T.V. SHOW???? REALLY?????? tell me more.

  • Matthew Morse

    Great show once again you covered one of the great acts of the 20th century. Now get serious and really go after royalty (if you dare). How about a show featuring arguably the greatest if not the most influential and imitated acts of that great century the Three Stooges. A truly great if not tragic story that for whatever reason never gets covered. I'm 53 and I was already a 3rd generation Stoogofile. As much as I respect and admire the Marx Brothers and all the other cultural icons you have covered, it is the Stooges and they alone that my 13 year old knows about and can imitate. Oops maybe the Beatles as well but that's a given.

  • zaf

    late on the scene but what a scene.. Rock on men rock on

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