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Show 499 - The T.A.M.I. Show 2011

Show 499 - The T.A.M.I. Show 2011

Air Date:

Monday, 24 October 2011

Hey baby, we are celebrating one of the coolest Rock n’ Roll events of all time, the Teenage Music International, know as the T.A.M.I. Show.

It would bring together Motown, the British Invasion, and the legendary Rock n’ Roll pioneers for a feature film that would remain in the vault for decades.

Come enjoy Marvin Gaye, Chuck Berry, Billy J. Kramer & the Dakotas, Gerry & the Pacemakers, and the Beach Boys, who were cut out of the original by their father.

Brand new music from Baby Woodrose out of Denmark, the great Tom Morello from Rage Against the Machine, and J.P. Soars from the very sexy Boca Raton Florida.

It’s the Teenage Music International, the T.A.M.I. Show, 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
    (Here They Come) From All Over The World (Jan & Dean)
    Musical Bed: Cry For A Shadow (Beatles)
    Can I Get A Witness (Marvin Gaye)
    I Should Of Known Better (Beatles)
    Day Drunk (Butch Walker & the Black Widows)
    Promise Land (Chuck Berry)
    Tony Rome (Nancy Sinatra)
    Musical Bed: Ramrod (Del-Tinos)

    Set 2
    Musical Bed: Misirlou (Dick Dale)
    Dr. Gooldfoot & the Bikini Machine (Supremes)
    Doggin’ (J.P. Soars)
    I Ain’t Superstitious (Howlin’ Wolf)
    I Ain’t Superstitious (Jeff Beck Group)
    Maybe I Know (Lesley Gore)
    Musical Bed: Dialed In (Preston Wayne 4)

    Set 3
    Musical Bed: Wild Trips (The Ventures)
    It’s Gonna Be Alright (Gerry & the Pacemakers)
    Going To A Go Go (The Miracles)
    Woodstock Daze (Eddie Phillips)
    Little Children (Billy J. Kramer & the Dakotas)
    Musical Bed: Dune Buggy (Surfaris)

    Set 4
    Musical Bed: Satisfaction (Andrew Oldham Orchestra)
    Bolloxology (Sir Reg)
    Look Through Any Window (Hollies)
    Are You A Boy Or Are You A Girl (Barbarians)
    Black Spartacus Heart Attack Machine (Nightwatchman)
    Little Deuce Coup (Beach Boys)
    Musical Bed: Slidin’ (Evan Foster)

    Set 5
    Musical Bed: Sea N’ Shore (Krontjong Devils)
    Around & Around (Rolling Stones)
    What Ya Gonna Do? (Baby Woodrose)
    Time Is On My Side (Irma Thomas)
    Out Of Sight (James Brown)
    Musical Bed: TAMI Show End Theme


Comments (13)

  • Robert P Smarse Jr.

    Wow!! What a truly great show about a monumental event in rock history! Here I am at 16 years old paying 99cents to enter The Strand Theater in Westfield, Ma. to see my first show ever filmed in "Electrononovision". December, 1964, at noon. I would come out nearly 2 hours later a changed person, for the better. Little Stephen, an excellent show about a watershed moment in rock history. A wonderful interview with director Steve Binder which revealed much behind the scenes history. And what a band! Under the guidance of Jack Nitzsche who led in rehersals. Like the man said... Blacks. Whites. Boys. Girls. A true garage band, The Barbarians, who hailed from Provincetown, Ma., as you said..Somebody must have owed somebody something! Ha Ha!! And the amazing finale. Who was going to close the show? James Brown or The Rolling Stones, who were not even that big yet in the States. Would like to give a shout-out to Bill Sargeant, executive producer and Driving Force behind the event. A truly well-deserved tribute to a wonderful rock n' roll event!!! Bravo!!!

  • Ron Lynch

    All cool stuff, Day Drunk (Butch Walker & the Black Widows)
    Promise Land (Chuck Berry)
    Doggin’ (J.P. Soars), Black Spartacus Heart Attack Machine (Nightwatchman)

    and these two - I Ain’t Superstitious (Howlin’ Wolf)
    I Ain’t Superstitious (Jeff Beck Group)
    Little Deuce Coup (Beach Boys) - this song was still very cool in the mid 70's for the hot rod culture &(still is now)
    The Stones, amazing band past/present & future.
    What Ya Gonna Do? (Baby Woodrose)- this song has a potent attitude.
    James the godfather - coolness defined.

    Thanks Stevie

  • 99mvp

    Gerry and the Pacemakers is spelled with a G, not j, and I never here back from you guys

  • michaelfarrelly

    The movie Diner is a classic and a perfect compliment to the Garage, "I found my James Brown records filed under the J's .... how can you do that?"

    Definite grounds for divorce.

  • gerrald stangret

    Robert said it all so all i can say is thanks to Steven for a great show

  • michael hoffer

    most of the acts that performed on Hulabaloo lip-syncned. On the other hand the show in LA, Shindig almost all the acts where singing and playing live.Shindig was by far the much much better show. Check it out

  • pjweldon

    "I should of known better"? Thank god they are better educated in U.K. to speak/write that way. Try "I should have..."

  • Ron Thompson

    And of course it's "Little Deuce Coupe" and "Promised Land".

  • jcjohnson63

    love when you mix the new stuff with the classics! thanks for this show. my brother-in-law got this dvd for me for my b-day in 2010!!!! now the TNT show needs to come out on dvd!

  • Kevin O'Neil

    Though I had heard of the TAMI Show before, I first actually saw most of it on the floor of Winterland on an overcast San Francisco Tuesday afternoon matinée, 6-6-72.

    Just as The Rolling Stones were to begin their 1964
    B&W filmed set, Bill Graham turned off the projector, the remaining house lights came down, and Stevie Wonder was guided on to the stage. Stevie performed in his then new adult persona, complete with Dashiki. "Wow! He can wail on every instrument on the stage!!"

    The house lights came back on. The street mime, Robert Shields did his "man in the box" schtick while the roadies moved gear. (Nowadays it would be Robin Williams doing a tight five minute rant.)

    Finally, the house lights went down again. This time The Rolling Stones came on for real and blew off the roof introducing Exile on Main Street songs for the first time in SF, along with other fave hits.

  • L eo G

    Gotta love that 2nd set:
    Dick Dale, Howlin Wolf, Jeff Beck AND...

  • Bill O'Rourke

    Wow! is right, I agree with everything that Robert had to say! Except for me it was the Strand theater in Quincy Square (Quincy,MA), and I had just turned 15 on December 4th. We had heard about this thing,"The TAMI Show"; I went with some friends and we paid for one ticket and the rest of us got in through the fire door that the kid with the ticket opened up for us! It was an epic event, I got the album and I played 'til it wore out! I just ran into it online and I wanted to say, Thanks Little Steven, for bringing me the TAMI show AND for Lillyhammer!You are

  • Steed Colliss

    IN set 5, it's "Papa's Got a Brand New Bag" that's palyed and not "Out of Sight"...

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