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Show 21 - Jack Nitzsche

Show 21 - Jack Nitzsche

Air Date:

Sunday, 25 August 2002

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  • Playlist:

    Set 1

    Needles and Pins (Searchers)

    Gone Dead Train (Randy Newman)

    Bad Girl (New York Dolls)

    I Can’t Control Myself (Troggs)

    Local Girls (Graham Parker & Rumour)

    She’d Rather Be With Me (Turtles)


    Set 2

    Beggar’s Day (Crazy Horse)

    Form A Straight Line (Sugar Shack)

    Little Girl (Mink DeVille)

    Lonesome Day (Bruce Springsteen & E Street Band)

    Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Sailor (Yardbirds)

    Set 3

    Let’s Spend The Night Together (Rolling Stones)

    I’m So Confused (Chesterfield Kings)

    Not Too Young to Get Married (Bob B. Soxx & Blue Jeans)

    You’re Gonna Miss Me (13th Floor Elevators)

    I Need Your Lovin’ (Les Sexareenos)

    Set 4

    A Man Needs A Maid (Neil Young)

    When  I Was Young (Eric Burdon)

    Porpoise Song (Monkees)

    Rain (Beatles) 

    RU Receving (Shazam) 

    Set 5

    Do You Remember R&R Radio (Ramones)

    Ain’t No Room (Vines)

    Memo From Turner (Mick Jagger)

    And Then He Kissed Me (Crystals)

Comments (2)

  • Steven Kaminsky

    You will thank me eternally if you can hear the following record.: Jack Nietzsche produced a song for Lou Christie called, "Wild Life's in Season." It's very hard to track down: YouTube has it blocked for copyright reasons. It is unbelievably great. Maybe his greatest work.
    Too bad Little Steven does not play Lou Christie music. Watch the Youtube video--https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wIwLpr_JrWs--at your own risk. It's called, Egyptian Shumba, by the Tammys. You may watch it over and over, not being able to stop. It is not naughty, but it is the wildest song you will ever hear. Lou wrote and produced it.
    A lot of Lou's stuff was produced by Charlie Calello, who produced a lot of Four Seasons music. Little Steven may know him: he arranged the strings on "Born to Run.
    Calello was probably also involved, along with Bob Crewe and Bob Gaudio, with producing a very obscure singer named Tracey Dey. If you crave Four Season's/Lou Christie style music and wish you could find more in that style, you will appreciate this tip. A YouTube sample is : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rinm21i4wFw
    So, "Wild Life's in Season," Egyptian Shumba." and anything by Tracey Dey will make you thank me forever.

  • jcjohnson63

    Once again delving into the archives!! Thanks for posting this one too!! What more can I say???? Please fix the ones that need it please! AND post some new ones while your at it! Peace,Love and Rock and Roll!!!! :)

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