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Monday, 29 January 2007

Episode 252:
Where you at baby? Bored? Jaded? Confused by the world? Tim Russert can’t even explain it to us anymore. Well I got the answer baby, turn the TV off, leave the newspaper in the driveway, and join us this weekend in the Underground Garage where we are playing with the Ramones, the Animals, the Small Faces, and the Electric Flag. There is new music from Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, the Living End from Australia, the Nomads from Sweden, and the Morlocks from LA. Find out what Graham Parker, Paul Butterfield, and Marianne Faithfull have in common. It’s a little bit of clarity in a very confusing world. Its this weekend in the Underground Garage.

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  • Steed Colliss

    Show Playlist:

    Genya Ravan: The Knight Ain't Long Enough

    Set 1:
    Kingsmen: Louie Louie
    Blues Magoos: (We Ain't Got) Nothin' Yet
    Woggles: Sayonara Blues
    Boyce and Hart: I Wonder What She's Doing Tonight
    Living End: Long Live the Weekend

    Set 2:
    Animals: Boom Boom
    Ramones: My-My Kind of Girl
    Chiffons: I Have a Boyfriend
    Unrelated Segments: Wait
    Electric Flag: Groovin' Is Easy

    Set 3:
    Rolling Stones: Have You Seen your Mother, Baby, Standing in the Shadows ?
    Les Fleurs de Lys: Circles
    Marianne Faithfull: As Tears Go By
    Reigning Sound: I'd Much Rather Be with the Boys
    Small Faces: Call It Something Nice
    Chris Farlowe: Baby Make It Soon

    Set 4:
    Novaks: Goodbye Rock and Roll Band
    Beatles: Within Yu Without You (LOVE)
    Yardbirds: Little Games
    Nomads: Ain't No King of Rock and Roll
    Turtles: She'd Rather Be with Me

    Set 5:
    Joan Jett and the Blackhearts: Change the World
    Morlocks: Teenage Head
    Graham Parker and the Rumour: Pourin' It all Out
    Paul Butterfield Blues Band: Love Disease
    Herman's Hermits: Jezebel

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