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Show 563 - Not Fade Away

Show 563 - Not Fade Away

Air Date:

Monday, 14 January 2013

Hey baby, Little Steven here.

This week in the Underground Garage we are celebrating the fabulous new film by David Chase, Not Fade Away.

One of the greatest soundtracks of all time if I do say so myself, and I do.

Joining us will be the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Rascals, Bob Dylan, Bo Diddley, and need I go on?

You must tune in to find out what Bill Wyman, Marlene Dietrich, and Joey Dee have in common.

It’s the only dance party on the radio, and occasionally at the movies.

I’ll see you this weekend in the Underground Garage.

(Includes web exclusive tracks and tracks not available on the soundtrack)

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  • Playlist:

    Set 1:

    Please Mr. Postman (Beatles)

    Musical Bed: Time Is On My Side (Twylight Zones)

    Tell Me (Rolling Stones)

    St. Valentine’s Day Massacre (Twylight Zones)

    Go Now (Moody Blues)

    Girl From The Neck Down (Suzi Chunk) (web exclusive)

    I Ain’t Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore (Rascals)

    Musical Bed: Pipeline (Twylight Zones)


    Set 2:

    Musical Bed: So Mystifying (Twylight Zones)

    Who’ll Be The Next In Line (Kinks)

    Land (Doughboys) (web exclusive)

    I Just Wanna Make Love To You (Rolling Stones)

    Train Kept A Rollin’ (Twylight Zones)

    Pretty Ballerina (Left Banke)

    Itchycoo Park (Small Faces) (web exclusive)

    Musical Bed: Bo Diddley (Twylight Zones)


    Set 3:

    Musical Bed: Subterranean Homesick Blues (Twylight Zones)

    Dust My Broom (Elmore James)

    Marks On My Map (Launderettes) (web exclusive)

    Omaha (Moby Grape)

    Gotta Find A New Love (Trashed Romeos)

    Some Velvet Morning (Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood) (web exclusive)

    I Can’t Get No Satisfaction (Rolling Stones)

    Musical Bed: Let If Rock (Twylight Zones)


    Set 4:

    Musical Bed: Graveyard Blues (Twylight Zones)

    Ride On Baby (Twylight Zones)

    Bo Diddley (Bo Diddley)

    She Belongs To Me (Bob Dylan)

    Doom And Gloom (Rolling Stones) (web exclusive)

    The Peppermint Twist Pt. 1 (Joey Dee & the Starliters)

    Musical Bed: All Day And All Of The Night (Twylight Zones)


    Set 5:

    Musical Beds:

    A. One Of Them Good Ones (Buddy Johnson & His Orchestra)

    B. Boogie Woogie’s Mother In Law (Buddy Johnson & His Orchestra)

    C. South Main (Buddy Johnson & His Orchestra)

    Love Me Do (Beatles)

    P.S. I Love You (Beatles)

    Back Door Man (Twylight Zones) (web exclusive) (not available on the soundtrack)

    Please Please Me (Beatles)

    I Ain’t Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore (Twylight Zones) (not available on the soundtrack)

    Not Fade Away (Rolling Stones)

    Musical Bed: Rolling Tubblin’ (Twylight Zones)


Comments (16)

  • Robert P Smarse Jr.

    DEAR ADMINISTRATOR! Thank you so much for keeping us so up-to-date. Really! EXCELLENT WORK! Sincerely, SMRZ!!!

  • Brendan Scott

    Hope the movie is as good as the soundtrack.

  • Stiv

    This was a cool movie:)

  • Robert P Smarse Jr.

    Thank You very much, Little Steven, for an extra special 5 star, exclusive show, which featured exclusive web only tunes, as well as a very revealing interview with Mr. Andy White, who played an important part in early Beatles recording history. All this in celebration of the fine new movie, "Not Fade Away", in which you, yourself, provided excellent musical direction. Yes, David Chase & Steven Van Zandt. Now being compared to Martin Scorsese & Robert De Niro. Very fine company, indeed. Show # 563-"Not Fade Away". Included is the vinyl L.P. that includes so many great tunes from the movie, as selecteed by you, Mr. Maharaj Of Garage. Great to hear the introduction provided by Andrew Loog Oldham, who also wrote the liner notes for the vinyl soundtrack. I always enjoyed his liner notes that he did for those 60's Rolling Stones L.P.'s. Set 1. Opening with Please Mr. Postman by the Beatles and followed by Tell Me by the Rolling Stones from way back in 1964. The band from the film, The Twylight Zones, give us St. Valentines Day Massacre, which was the only original tune from the film. I wonder if they had to get the rights from Mr. Roger Corman, who gave us the 1967 film of the same name which starred Jason Robards as Al Capone. Early Moody Blues contribute Go Now with lead vocals by Denny Laine. The 1st set closes with The Young Rascals & I Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore with Eddie Brigati lending lead vocals. The web exclusive track was Girl From The Neck Down, which is the title track from the very cool L.P. by Suzi Chunk & Groovy Uncle. Nice sound bytes from the film provided by James Gandolfini. Very clearly illustrating what a "generation gap" really sounded like. Set 2. Opening with The Kinks with their 1965 hit Who'll Be The Next In Line? The Stones declare I Just Wanna Make Love To You which was taken from one of their Hollywood Palace appearances with introduction by Dean Martin. Twylight Zones with Train Kept Rollin' followed by the vastly underrated Left Banke with Pretty Ballerina, which is an excellent tune that you only hear in The Underground Garage. The web exclusive track by The Small Faces is Itchycoo Park which declares "It's All Too Beautiful". Set 3 opens with pt. 1 of your very revealing interview with session drummer Andy White who schools us about the difference between pre-1963 drumming which was done with the wrist up as compared to the modern technique known as "match-grip", which featured both palms down, & the subsequent difference in sound it provided. Musically, Elmore James gives us Dust My Broom which was followed by Moby Grape & Omaha that declares "Listen My Friends". The Trashed Romeos Gotta Find A New Love while The Rolling Stones bust out with what we both agree is the best single of all time, which is I Can't get No Satisfaction. Exceptional web exclusive track here is Some Velvet Morning by Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazelwood with it's enigmatic lyrics speaking of "Phaedra" & "When I'm Straight". The track is from 1966 & is my favorite Nancy Sinatra tune. Set 4. Twylight Zones open with the somewhat obscure Stones' song Ride On Baby, which is also the coolest song of the week. Bo Diddley plays Bo Diddley which is followed by Mr. Bob Dylan who gives us the very nice love song She Belongs To Me which declares "She's got everything she wants, she's an artist, she don't look back". Also very cool to hear Bob's sound byte from deep in The Underground Garage. Hi-Bob! The set closes with Joey Dee & The Starliters with The Peppermint Twist pt. 1. Web exclusive track here is Doom & Gloom by The Rolling Stones who prove to us that they still "Got It". Set 5. Pt. 2 of the very revealing interview with Andy White who talks about how he played drums for The Beatles in the "Love Me Do" sessions. Essentially, he also played drums on 2 other tracks. Those being P.S.-I Love You & Please Please Me. What Andy doesn't reveal was that Ringo was mortified because of this & felt that his time as a Beatle was over almost before it had started. At that session, he was reduced to rattling maracas & shaking the tambourine. Fortunately for all, he was a full member of the Beatles shortly thereafter. The set continues with those 3 songs that Andy played drums on rather than Ringo. There are many Beatle fanatics who have no idea whatsoever about Andy white & now, thanks to you, Stevie, we are enlightened. The set continues with The Twylight Zones doing I Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore. Now, in regards to the movie, this is a pivotal song. Specifically, because the song was the one that John Magaro, with the support of the other members of the group, became the lead singer instead of Jack Huston. The Rolling Stones close out the set & the excellent show with their 1964 hit, Not Fade Away. I urge all members to go out & see this movie NOW in a cinema, rather than waiting for the dvd. Reason being that because of mixed reviews, the film is being taken off screens even as we speak. I saw it for the 3rd time yesterday, and have enjoyed it more each time that I have seen it. The excellent soundtrack is much more dynamic in large cinemas with larger sound systems. Entertainment Weekly gave the film a solid B in it's January 11 issue. But it is not drawing enough crowds to keep it in major cinemas. SO PLEASE GO OUT AND SEE IT ASAP! Thanks again, Stevie, for the excellent show & congrats to you, once again for your excellent musical direction! Well, I guess that's it for another week. To all who live IN and FOR The Underground Garage, Peace Be With You! EEYAHH! SMRZ!!!

    • Steve Hibbs

      Thanks as usual SMRZ for your excellent review,every detail and insight is in there,great..!...I tend to listen to a show 2-3 times,different parts, the musical beds,listen to the chat,interviews or Rock n Roll stories... just so I've got it all,just so I know it all..!!..thought it was quite funny Stevie having a conversation with Andy White trying to make out his rather slow deliberate Scottish accent,not much of that knocking around in New Jersey..!!..wasn't perhaps the most free-flowing of interviews..still..such is..Underground Garage is the only place where we'd get that kind of insight..Priceless..!..on to the next show..!!

      • Robert P Smarse Jr.

        Thank You very much, Steve Hibbs, once again. I also like to listen to the shows 2-3 times, depending on content. Yes, I also thought that Mr. Andy White sounded like he was having some difficulty during the interview. The show was still excellent as usual. Stevie was able to get most of the musical rights for the tunes at a lower rate due to his status as musician, as well as other, roles. Stevie will be missing part of Bruce Springsteen's tour due to his conflict with filming the 2nd season of Lillyhammer for Netflix. Take care across the pond & thank you again for your very kind words. Sincerely, SMRZ!!!

        • rivardm

          I wasn't aware that Tom Morello was filling in for SVZ absence on that tour. Just read a great interview with Tom in Rolling Stone. It is amazing how far the Springsteen influence actually reaches!

          Happy New Year!!! - Big Mike 1/4/2014

    • Steve Hibbs

      Not Fade Away hasn't made it to the UK,at least I can't find it ..which is a drag,need to see it on the Big Screen....!!

  • jim forsyth

    I hear talk all the time on this show about the importance of supporting your local music scene. And yet The Saint, Asbury's lone, live music club, has never been visited by the Boss or any of his long time friends. It's time...

  • Fred Dawson

    Steven! My wife and I were highest sponsor level of The OUTSTANDING Rascals Concert in NY. The after show dinner with you and them was incredible. I've read your "stuff" on The Debt as well as music and art being taken out of schools and share the same concerns as you. I'd like to speak to you regarding the continuance of The Rascal's touring in 2013. Perhaps I can help on a couple of fronts.
    PLEASE contact me at your earliest convenience. THANK YOU!!!

  • Eric Fontenot

    I’ve really been diggin’ the Nick Waterhouse records yawl been playin’. It got me to thinking about another cool band I first heard on The Underground Garage, Nick Curran and the Lowlifes. I’ve been prayin’ for Nick the last couple years for a quick recovery with his second battle of cancer. I must say it was for selfish reasons; I wanted to hear a new record and see them live. I just heard that back in October Mr. Nick Curran lost his battle and has left us. Man that dude had talent, and made some of the best music I’ve heard in years. Little Steven, thank you for turning me on to his music. If you could, it sure would be nice to give him a little Love on one of your shows. God Bless Nick Curran.

  • jcjohnson63

    sounds like a great movie!!!! great episode too! love the music! as my usual thing, when Netflix gets it so will I. but i DID put it on my amazon list!!!!

  • Steve Hibbs

    just reading Live Nation have secured the Olympic Park in London to host Rock n Roll shows and festivals.The Wireless Festival and more importantly for us in the Underground Garage, Hard Rock Calling and I guess the Battle-of -the Bands are the first events to be confirmed...this has gotta be a good thing..so the next time Little Steven's up there rockin' with Bruce and Macca there'll be none of this..that's it for one night..!!...thanks for your help Westminster Council,what was all that about?..they said Live Nation took the decision to end the concert to "comply with their licence"..Oh really,nothing to do with a Government body or politics at all then....!!..anyway at least Stevie won't have to point out to these people the error of their ways again..!!..Rock n Roll...Take it to the people..!!

  • Ron Lynch

    Set 4 man. Bob Dylan & The Rolling Stones, the unmatched performers.
    Thanks Stevie, keep rockin.

  • RGMike

    Just wanted to say that I saw the movie last month and it was truly superb -- a movie about music (and the love of music) that gets all the little details right. Just stellar. And I think it's a shame that it got lost in the shuffle of all the big holiday releases. Whether that was Paramount/Vantage's fault I dunno but I hope it finds an audience on DVD. I've certainly recommended it to everyone I know.

  • Juiiano Francabandera

    Hey Little Steven any chance the rest of the Twylight Zones demos will be released??

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