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Show 513 - It’s Andrew’s Birthday 2012

Show 513 - It’s Andrew’s Birthday 2012

Air Date:

Monday, 30 January 2012

Hey baby, Little Steven here, we hae a very special Underground Garage this weekend.

It is Andrew Loog Oldham’s birthday

Who is he? Well I’m glad you asked that question.

He happens to be one of the most important and coolest cats in the history of Rock n’ Roll.

He discovered the Rolling Stones. He produced them, he managed them, and he publicized them.

Joining us will be John Mayall’s Blues Breakers, the McCoys, Donovan, Rod Stewart, Chris Farlowe, and your favorite and mine, the Apostolic Intervention.

Brand new music from the Boo, J.P. Soars, and Bruce Springsteen has a new record. You are going to want to hear that.

It’s Andrew’s birthday baby, on the world’s 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
    Around And Around (Rolling Stones)
    Musical Bed: 365 Rolling Stones (One For Every Day Of The Year) (Andrew Loog Oldham Orchestra)
    Not Fade Away (Rolling Stones)
    Circles (Les Fleur De Lys)
    I Want Revenge (Boo)
    The First Cut Is The Deepest (P.P. Arnold)
    Cara-Lin (Strangeloves)
    Musical Bed: America (The Nice)

    Set 2
    Musical Bed: Theme For A Rolling Stone (Andrew Loog Oldham Orchestra)
    I’m Your Witchdoctor (John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers)
    Holly Brown (Dion)
    Afterglow (Small Faces)
    I Woke Up (Trolley)
    You Baby (Turtles)
    Musical Bed: Surfers Anthem (Evan Foster)

    Set 3
    Musical Bed: As Time Goes By (Dooley Wilson)
    As Time Goes By (The Rolling Stones)
    As Tears Go By (Marianne Faithfull)
    Back Of My Mind (J.P. Soars)
    I Got To Go Back (McCoys)
    Old School (Nils Lofgren)
    I Wanna Be Your Man (Beatles)
    Musical Bed: Outta Gear (Los Straitjackets)

    Set 4
    Musical Bed: You Better Move On (Andrew Loog Oldham Orchestra)
    We Take Care Of Our Own (Bruce Springsteen)
    Operating Manuel For Spaceship Earth (Donovan)
    Stop Stop (Black Keys)
    Summer Weekend (Werewolves)
    Empty Heart (Rolling Stones)
    Musical Bed: Gypsy Fire (Dick Dale)

    Set 5
    Musical Bed: Ruby Tuesday (Andrew Loog Oldham Orchestra)
    Baby Make It Soon (Chris Farlowe)
    Sad (Australian Playboys)
    Tell Me (Have You Ever Seen Me) (Apostolic Intervention)
    Little Miss Understood (Rod Stewart)
    I’d Much Rather Be With The Boys (Reigning Sound)
    Musical Bed: The Last Time (Andrew Loog Oldham Orchestra)

Comments (6)

  • greggie434

    This joint was a rockin, Happy Birthday Andrew!!!!!!!

  • Robert P Smarse Jr.

    Yeah, what would the Rolling Stones have been like without Andrew Loog Oldham? If at all. Always one of my favorite shows. My birthday is one day after Andrew's, so I always celebrate them both with the show. Ya Know The Joint Was Rockin', all right1 Great songs by Les Fleur De Lys, Strangeloves, The absolutely incredible Small Faces with Afterglow. Hey LS, any chance of admitting them to the Rock N' Roll Hall Of Fame this April like you did with The Hollies? Tha would be very cool, indeed. Love the Stones version of As Time Goes By and Marianne Faithful's As Tears Go By is timeless. Somewhat ironic, Eh? The Trolley's I Woke Up sounds like 1966. Great Tune. Bruce' new one, We Take Care Of Our Own is both musically fine as well as the message. To me he is pretty much stating that we are all in this thing together. Very Poignant during these times. Always good to hear The Stone's Empty Heart. I'd Much Rather Be With The Boys by The Reigning Sound pretty much sums up that period with Andrew and the Stones. Hey Mr. Marahaj Of The Garage, LS, thanks once again for another Stellar Show. I'll see YOU next week in The Underground Garage. And Just One More Thing.. EEYAHH! SMRZ!!!

  • Ron Lynch

    The great men behind the bands are often forgotten, good to see a celebration. If the Stones could play for another 500 yrs they would still fill the venues. Bruce's song has a message to all,like the depth of the lyrics.
    Thanks, Stevie

  • jcjohnson63

    another classic! these NEVER get old!! HAPPY BIRTHDAY ANDREW AND MANY MORE!!!!!

    btw- nils and bruce sound pretty pissed off these days!!!! especially NILS!! :O

  • Chris Dougherty

    I'm alwasys a lot smarter after I catch up to my fill of the UG. Great show, Steve, keep up the great work.


    Hey LITTE STEVEN, WHAT'S GOING ON WITH THE RONNIE WOOD RADIO SHOW. It is very similar to your show.It is on Q104.3 immediately after your show. You can also listen to it online at http://www.ronniewoodradio.com

    Another great show Big Guy. Thanks

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