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Show 518 - The Next Big Drug 2012

Show 518 - The Next Big Drug 2012

Air Date:

Monday, 05 March 2012

Hey baby, Little Steven here.

This weekend in the Underground Garage we are giving you insights as to where this crazy world is going.

Like usual we have a solution or two to the problems our lame government cannot solve.

Joining us will be the Rascals, the Moody Blues, J. Geils Band, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, and Rhinoceros.

Brand new music from Ringo Starr, the Cocktail Slippers, Prima Donna, and former janitor Charles Bradley.

Come find out what Ebbot Lundberg, Elvis Costello, and Frank Sinatra have in common with Foghat 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

    Journey To The Center Of The Mind (Amboy Dukes)

    Musical Bed: Lucy’s Seduction (Frank Zappa)

    Slow Down (Rascals)

    Slow Down (Ringo Starr)

    Stop (Moody Blues)

    Stop Stop (Black Keys)

    Slow Ride (Foghat)

    Musical Bed: Arrow Space (Davie Allan & the Arrows)



    Set 2

    Musical Bed: Fink

    You Can All Join In (Traffic)

    Puta Te Amo (Prima Donna)

    Looking For A Love (J. Geils Band)

    Keeps On Dancing (Cocktail Slippers)

    Everybody’s Everything (Santana)

    Musical Bed: Peter Gun (Balboas)



    Set 3

    Musical Bed: Ave Maria (Yoko Kano)

    Sister Surround (Soundtrack Of Our Lives)

    Baby Let Me Take You Home (Animals)

    Stay Away (Charles Bradley)

    Mrs. Robinson (Frank Sinatra)

    You Belong To Me (Elvis Costello)

    Musical Bed: Frankenstomp (Satan’s Pilgrims)



    Set 4

    Musical Bed: London Leslie Swings (Smashing Time)

    Kiss Me Kill Me (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang)

    Omaha (Moby Grape)

    Get The Girl (Bangles)

    Said I Wasn’t Gonna Tell Nobody (Sam & Dave)

    Gotta Get Away (Rolling Stones)

    Musical Bed: Gazachstahagen (Wild Cats)



    Set 5

    Musical Bed: Jesus Christ Superstar (Andrew Lloyd Webber)

    She Said She Said (Beatles)

    (Let Me Up) I’ve Had Enough (Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers)

    We Take Care Of Our Own (Bruce Springsteen)

    Top Of The Ladder (Rhinoceros)

    Musical Bed: Pacifica (Los Straitjackets)


Comments (12)

  • Ron Lynch

    Stevie your a busy dude. I just bought Wrecking Ball and Bruce is bang on with lives in which people are living today. Jack of All Trades brought tears to my eyes, wicked song. Hope he plays that song in Cleveland, it could not be more true in these times.

    Thanks, Stevie

  • greggie434

    The East St. band on Jimmy Fallon show last Fri was the best performance of any show ever shown on T V. If U have not seen it, go to Jimmy's page or u tube or where ever, and watch it!!!!! Ron, they played "Jack Of All Trades and it was wild!!!!!! Bruce told storys and the ending song was one for all TIME!!!!!

  • Robert P Smarse Jr.

    Yes-I am Very High on the next Big Drug!! Except I am being dragged down by everyone who wants me to Hurry-Hurry-Hurry!! Thank you once again, Little Steven, for both another 5 star classic musically, as well as hitting the proverbial Nail on the Head!! Talk about a Paradigm Shift! Can we possibly speed things up a little bit Faster? I'll take Analog over Digital anytime, as long as I have the Time! Please Stop the World-I Want to Get Off!! BIG TIME!!! Great way to kick things off with The Amboy Dukes and their Journey To The Center Of Your Mind. But Don't Forget-You Might Not Come Back! Yeah and the mechanics of Perception. No wonder so many kids have ADD now which is certainly no laughing matter. Love the way you snuck in Lucy's Seduction by Zappa in your 1st musical bed. Nice version of Slow Down by The Rascals. Can't believe that Ringo has put out 17 solo releases. Where does the Time go? Love The Black Keys with Stop Stop. Kinda surprised to hear Foghat on the show but Slow Ride fits in well with the theme. Wonderful tribute to The Fillmore East with both Traffic and Santana. New stuff with Sister-Surround by Soundtrack Of Our Lives as well as Stay Away by Charles Bradley is quite good. Sinatra's version of Mrs. Robinson always cracks me up. Hey-Hey-Hey and Boo-Hoo-Hoo! I wonder what Paul Simon thinks of that interpretation. Always great to hear Moby Grape's Omaha! Yeah-Lennon sure took a lotta heat for his Jesus Christ comment back in 1966. I'll bet there are many Rednecks down South who are now kicking themselves for burning all of those early Beatle Vinyl releases. Worth much money now if in good condition. Serves them right! I have been thoroughly enjoying Wrecking Ball by Bruce over the past 10 days. Great Stuff!! Musically and otherwise. Well I guess that's it for now, LS. Thanks again! I Gotta Hurray-Up now so I can go and beat the raindrops. Take Care, Take Your Time and enjoy your life! Peace and Well Being To You and all others who live for and in The Underground Garage! EEYAHH!! SMRZ!!!

    • greggie434

      Robert, your comments R the best! I was blown away with the fact that Ringo has 17 solo albums! As the East Street band says, "

      • greggie434

        " TIME SLIPS AWAY "

  • Ron Lynch

    Greg your right that was excellent. Bruce has so many masterpieces and that's one.

  • michael hoffer

    always thought Bruce's best albums where Greetings from Asbury park and the wild and the innocent. Correct me if I'm wrong but you did not play on those albums? why did mad Lopez quit the e-street band?

  • jcjohnson63

    another classic update!! i got in trouble on the old board cuz i KNOW you have always played Foghat! someone dared question MY knowledge! LOL go figure!!! doubt me at your own peril!!!! unless i AM wrong and then all bets are OFF!!!!

  • gerrald stangret

    I have Stevens 1982 album on vinyl, if any one would like a copy on cd send a note to, youdumbbroads@yahoo.ca, just pay 1 dollar for the music cd-r and postage. Will give you my postal code to find out shipping cost from the postoffice. This is my fav. show on the radio.



  • matt.frangenberg

    Great show Steven! I've been listening since you came on the radio & I've turned my 16 year old son on to the garage, both here & on satellite. Keep spreading the Garage Gospel!

  • Steed Colliss

    The csitwtw is "Love Me Kill Me" and not "Kiss Me Kill Me"...

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