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Show 524 - Money Honey 2012

Show 524 - Money Honey 2012

Air Date:

Monday, 16 April 2012

The darkness is falling…

The wind is howling…

The shadows are stirring…

It’s tax time!

Join us this weekend in the Underground Garage, and we will tell you who the creep was who invented taxes.

Joining us will be the Yardbirds, the Hollie, and the Ramones.

Fabulous new music from the Black Keys, Bruce Springsteen, Baby Woodrose, the Jellybricks, Prima Donna, and Joey Ramone.

Don’t think about the money you owe.

Don’t think about the price of gasoline.

And whatever you do don’t think about the 9 trillion dollars our countries in debt.

Just join us in the Underground Garage for our Rock n’ Roll dance party, and we’ll help you forget all about it.

I’ll see you this weekend.


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  • Playlist:

    Set 1

    Taxman (Beatles)

    Musical Bed:

    A. Themes And Variations (Franz Waxman)

    B. Psycho Main Theme (Bernard Herrmann)

    Tally Man (Jeff Beck)

    Dirty Robber (Wailers)

    Money Maker (Black Keys)

    Givin’ It All Up (J. Geils Band)

    Easy Money (Bruce Springsteen)

    Musical Bed:

    A. Cruel Sea (Challengers)

    B. The Money Song (Monty Python)


    Set 2

    Musical Bed: Ski-ing (George Harrison)

    Gimmie Some Money (Spinal Tap)

    Money (Rolling Stones)

    Evil (Tom Jones)

    Lie Beg Borrow Steal (Mouse and the Traps)

    Tinker Tailor Soldier Sailor (Yardbirds)

    Musical Bed: Mile 77 (Preston Wayne 4)


    Set 3

    Musical Bed: Right Off (Miles Davis)

    Do The Clam (Elvis Presley)

    Man With Money (Crybabies)

    Pay You Back With Interest (Hollies)

    Down To The Bottom (Baby Woodrose)

    Million Dollar Bash (Bob Dylan)

    Musical Bed: Little Miss J & J (Waistcoats)


    Set 4

    Musical Bed: Comanche (Link Wray)

    Rock n Roll Is The Answer (Joey Ramone)

    (I’m A) Roadrunner (Jr. Walker & the All Stars)

    Rock n Roll Suicide (Jellybricks)

    Heart Of Gold (Charles Bradley)

    Catch Us If You Can (Dave Clark 5)

    Musical Bed: Flight Of The Surf Guitar (Atlantics)


    Set 5

    Musical Bed: Rancho Relaxo (The Introducers)

    Sunny Afternoon (Kinks)

    Money Honey (Drifters)

    Miss Avenue (Prima Donna)

    Fattening Frogs For Snakes (Sonny Boy Williamson)

    Down And Out In New York City (James Brown)

    Musical Bed: Point Of No Return (Kare & the Cavemen)


Comments (5)

  • Robert P Smarse Jr.

    The best things in life are free? The taxman's taken all my dough. From cradle to grave, we're expected to save! Yeah BABY! Thank U once again for yet another very timely and poignant 5 star special!! Kicking off with the excellent Taxman by George and The Beatles and followed by Tallyman which was a fine solo release by Jeff Beck. Dirty Robber by The Wailers fit in nicely followed by the thematic The Money Song by Monty Python and the great Gimme Some Money by Spinal Tap. Vastly underrated Pay You Back With Interest by The Hollies and Million Dollar Bash by Bob Dylan. I highly recommend the excellent book Million Dollar Bash-Bob Dylan, The Band, and The Basement Tapes by Sid Griffin(2007). Hey Little Steven, Can you lend me 20 bucks so's I could eat this week? Catch Us If You Can by The Dave Clark 5, Sunny Afternoon by The Kinks, and Fattening Frogs For Snakes by Sonny Boy Williamson all fit in quite rightly with this week's theme. New songs by The Black Keys, Bruce, Charles Bradley, Joey Ramone, and The Jellybricks carry the torch forward. Absolutely love Tom Jones and his version of Evil/Wild Child which was produced by Jack White who has a great new release Blunderbuss which is his first solo effort. Oh Yeah, Little Steven, can you throw in an extra 10 spot, so's I can pick up another copy to give to my friend? And who cares about $ anyhow, when you got Baby Woodrose and the excellent Down In The Bottom with it's lysergic rush? Oh Well, I guess that's it for this week. Thank's Little Steven and just one more thing-The check is in the mail!! Peace to you and to all who live in and For The Underground Garage! EEYAHH!! SMRZ!!!



  • Ron Lynch

    I remember hearing Sunny Afternoon (Kinks) on the radio when I was a kid, cool song. Who else could write a song like this but Bob, Million Dollar Bash.
    Did some research and found out one of many reasons why I have a deep connection to Bruce's music. Our ancestors were only 120 miles apart back in the early 1800's in Ireland. Mine in Castletownroche and Bruce's in Mullingar.

    Thanks again Stevie

  • Glenn Sutherland

    Tom Jones cover of Evil is off the hook! I have always loved Howlin Wolf's delivery, and I felt that no one has come close to his gritty vocals until this one! Long live The Underground Garage, no other radio show has this much grit!

  • jcjohnson63

    great show once again! LOVE IT!! but seriously, taxes pay for alot of what we take for granted. like my paycheck!!!!! i'm just saying!

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