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Show 566 - Naughty Girls!

Show 566 - Naughty Girls!

Air Date:

Monday, 04 February 2013

Hey baby, Little Steven here, tune in this week to the Underground Garage tribute to naught girls everywhere.

Joining us will be naughty girl herself, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, the Who, the New York Dolls, and the Jimi Hendrix Experience.

Brand new music from the Chevelles, the Strypes, the Twylight Zones, and naughty girl Palmyra Delran.

Come find out who was the girl who invented Rock n’ Roll in the 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:

    Bad Reputation (Joan Jett & the Blackhearts)

    Musical Bed: Back Bender (Larry Williams)

    Bad Girl (New York Dolls)

    Pictures Of Lily (Who)

    Gotta Find A New Love (Trashed Romeos)

    Marlena (4 Seasons)

    Land (Doughboys)

    Day Tripper (Beatles)

    Musical Bed:

    A. Arrow Space (Davie Allan & the Arrows)

    B. Girl Who Invented Rock n Roll (Mamie Van Doren)


    Set 2:

    Musical Bed: Do Ba La Baby (Mamie Van Doren)

    Mamie Van Doren (Catfight!)

    She’s So Fine (Jimi Hendrix Experience)

    Little Town Flirt (Del Shannon)

    Blue Collar Jane (Strypes)

    She’s A Heartbreaker (Gene Pitney)

    Too Rude (Keith Richards)

    Musical Bed:

    A. Haji (Dick Dale)

    B. Rolling Stone (Mamie Van Doren)


    Set 3:

    Musical Beds: Skokiaan (Perez Prado)

    Bettie Page (Chevelles)

    Heaven Tonight (Hole)

    Trudi (Donovan)

    Cobblestones/Rolling Stones (Genya Ravan)

    I Won’t Tell (Tracey Dey)

    My Whole World Ended (The Moment You Left Me) (David Ruffin)

    Musical Bed: Apres Ski (Krontjong Devils)


    Set 4:

    Musical Bed: Boy Catchers (Mamie Van Doren)

    Shy Boy (Palmyra Delran)

    She Don’t Care About Time (Byrds)

    She (Monkees)

    Ride On Baby (Twylight Zones)

    Don’t Know Why (Stevie Wonder)

    Psycho Daisies (Yardbirds)

    Musical Bed: Surfari Stomp (Surfaris)


    Set 5:

    Musical Bed: Man From U.N.C.L.E. (Jerry Goldsmith)

    I Got Stung (Elvis Presley)

    Let’s Spend The Night Together (Rolling Stones)

    Little Latin Lover (Michael Des Barres)

    Shake Some Action (Flamin' Groovies)

    Tura Satana (Ratcat)

    You’re On My Mind (Animals)

    Musical Bed: Slidin’ (Evan Foster)

Comments (13)

  • michael j farrelly

    Back to back winners, girl groups and the naughty ones.

  • Steed Colliss

    Change of format for the Naughty Naughty Mamie show ? Going more towards the same concept as the Girls of Summer ? That's good... Bettie Page and Tura Satana do deserve their place in LSUG...

  • Robert P Smarse Jr.

    WOWEE ZOWEE! What an excellent concept! Naughty Girls! Yeah-Baby-Now We're Talking! Thank You very Much, Little Steven, for another 5 star special! Excellent Show, as usual. What else are we to expect from the Undergarage Garage? Also, Thank You Very Much, Administrator, for getting the show up within 48-72 hours, depending where you live. GOOD WORK!! This was one very special show. Show # 566. Naughty Girls!! Set 1. Kicking off with Joan Jett & The Blackhearts with Bad Reputation from 1981. "And She Don't Care". Love that Joannie! David Johansen & The New York Dolls follow with Bad Girl. The Who follow with their Ode To Masterbation, Pictures Of Lilly! Yeah Dad broke the bad news to you about Lilly, all right. The Trashed Romeos Gotta Find A New Love. Those Jersey Boys, the Four Seasons, give us Marena. Yeah-you know that she was a Naughty Girl. The Doughboys follow with Land, which as you said, Stevie, should have been called "City Of High-flying Angels". But, Stevie, "They just want to Land". The Beatles end the excellent 1st set with Daytripper. Moving onward to set 2, which was dedicated to the very cool & beautiful Mamie Van Doren. Mamie celebrated a birthday on Feb. 6. She remains one very, cool & classy woman. Check out her website, if you so choose. Lotza cool stuff there. One Truly Liberated Woman. Grew up on a farm in South Dakota? Coulda fooled me there, Stevie. Coincidently, Turner Classic Movies screened "Guns, Girls, And Gangsters (1958), starring Mamie at 3 AM on January 30. The musical bed that opens the set is sung by Mamie & titled Oo Ba La Baby, which was from her 1957 classic "Untamed Youth". Eddie Cochran also appears in that very cool flick. One Very Truly Liberated Woman, to say the least. She is one woman built like a Platinum Powerhouse. And she remains one very classy woman. "HAPPY BIRTHDAY-MAMIE". What a life1 the set opens with Catfight with Mamie Van Doren. How very appropriate. the Jimi Hendrix Experience follow with She's So Fine, from their 2nd L.P. "Axis-Bold As Love". Cool sound bytes by Mamie throughout the set. Del Shannon has got tell us about that Little Town Flirt. The Strypes contribute Blue Collar Jane. Mr. Gene Pitney closes the very cool set with his very last hit from 1968-She's A Heartbreaker. Nice sound byte from Mamie who says that she is hanging out with Little Steven in The Underground Garage listening to the coolest records ever made. What were you doing to her, Stevie, when she said to "cut that out, Little Steven"? Keith richards gives us some Reggae-stylings with Too Rude. Cool musical bed again closing set 2 by Mamie with Rolling Stone. Set 3. In honor of Bettie Page. "Queen Of The Pin-ups" Miss January-1955. Sad to hear about her rough youth, being molested by her father. 1959-Turned To Born-Again Christianity. But, as you said, Stevie, "she had a very cool naughty run". To Say The Least! The Chevelles open set 3 with the very cool Bettie Page. Nice sound byte by Miss Courtney Love followed by her group Hole with Heaven Tonight. Must admit about some mixed feelings about Courtney but Hole put out some cool tunes in the 90's. She also is a Naughty Girl. Nice sound byte explaining about Bettie's bone structure being rather unusual with a very tiny waist. Donovan, with help from Jeff Beck Group, give us Trudi. The very cool tune by Genya Ravan-Cobblestones/Rolling Stones, follows with all those cool groups mentioned from 1965 England when goldie & The Gingerbreads toured England. The tune is from Genya's very cool new 2012 release "Cheesecake Girl". Is Genya a Naughty Girl, Stevie? You might know-right? But Tracey Dell declares I won't Tell, from 1964. Mr. David Ruffin closes set 3 with his very 1st solo tune after leaving the Temps with My Whole World Ended(The Moment You Left Me), from 1968. Set 4. Opens with coolest song of the week with Shy Boy by Palmyra Delran. Actually that was after another cool musical bed by Mamie with Boy Catchers. Nice tune. The excellent tune by The Byrds with She Don't Care About Time, written by Mr. Gene Clark, excellent tune that you ONLY HEAR in The Underground Garage. Naughty girls NEVER care about time. Mickey Dolenz gives a nice sound byte that introduces that very cool tune by The Monkees named She. Word has it the song was written after the movie of the same name from 1965, which starred Ursula Andress. YUMMY!! The Twylight Zones give us the rather obscure tune by The Rolling Stones, which was Ride On Baby. Now has everybody caught that very cool flick "Not Fade Away" in the cinemas yet? I certainly hope so. Excellent musical direction by Stevie Van Zandt. Stevie Wonder gives us I Don't Know Why I Love You. The Yardbirds give us the very cool Psycho Daises. Nice musical bed again. This time with The Surfaris with Surfari Stomp. Set 5. Dedicated to Tura Satana. Incredible early story about her being raped at age 9 & then was sent to reform school! RUFF STUFF!! She was the star of the excellent cult film "Faster Pussycat! Kill! Kill!" from 1965, directed by Russ Meyer. Tara plays Varla, who was the dyke-leader of a pack of girls who were 3 psychotic Go-Go dancers who race their Porsches across the desert looking for kicks. Excellent punk theme song by The Bosstweeds. Tara was also in 1973's "Doll Squad", who influenced The Cramps tune "Bikini girls With Machine Guns". Tara also exacted revenge on each member of the gang who raped her! What a movie that would make, as you noted, Mr. Maharaj Of The Garage. Tara was part-Apache, part-Japanese. Opening the set was Mr. Elvis Presley with I got Stung. I guess that he did get stung by Tara because she turned down his marriage proposal but KEPT THE RING!! The Rolling Stones give us Let's Spend The Night together. The Flamin' Groovies give us the excellent Shake Some Action, from 1976. Ratcat follows with Tura Satana. The Flamin' Groovies follow with their excellent Shake Some Action, from 1976. Ratcat tributes Tura with Tura Satana. There actually was an Alternative Metal band from the 90's named Tura Satana. They lasted from 1993-1999. Very cool sound byte from tura with "I Don't Beat Clocks-Just People". The excellent set & show closes with The Animals & You're On My Mind. Bringing us to the end of another very special show. Really! Mamie Van Doren! Bettie Page! Tura Satana! 3 exceptionally special Naughty girls who will remain forever in our hearts. That is because we ALL LOVE NAUGHTY GIRLS!! So Special! Really, Stevie, you keep mixing these shows up with extra spins which only make them better. Thanks Again, Stevie! To All members who live IN & For The Underground Garage-Peace Be With You! EEYAHH!! SMRZ!!!

    • Steve Hibbs

      Great Great review SMRZ..!!..just getting into this show,reading back over the review..another tremendous show,given the dross that's out there these days Underground Garage is in a class of its own,it really is, no two ways about it...I can't believe the chick kept the ring after turning down a marriage proposal ..How's your luck Elvis..?..not all that I'd say..!..Thanks again for the cool review..!!..

      • Robert P Smarse Jr.

        Thank You very Much, once again, Mr. Steve Hibbs! I appreciate the feedback. You are most certainly correct about your comments about The Garage being in a class of it's own! Nothing Like it-Anywhere Else! Don't miss tonight's celebration of The Beatles on Ed Sullivan. 49 LONG/SHORT years ago. THE BIG BANG! I shall be listening to it from 8 to 10 P.M. WRSI-FM The River! 93.9 Thanks again & Peace Be With You! Sincerely, SMRZ!!!

    • greggie434

      What a review SMRZ! I gotta get the movie Run Pussycat, Kill Kill!

      • Robert P Smarse Jr.

        Thanks for the positive feedback, greggie434. Much appreciated. Haven't seen your posts lately. Hope that you are O.K. there in Philly. Actually, the name of that whacked out Psychotronic Russ Meyer film from 1965 is Faster Pussycat! Kill! Kill! I do believe that you will get a kick out of it. Take care, Brosky, and thanks again! SMRZ!

        • greggie434

          All is well in Philly, thanks for asking. I am watching Faster Pussycat, Kill Kill, right now, the film is on you tube, it's great!!!! I am trying to catch up on all of the shows, just finished # 567!

  • Ron Lynch

    Land (Doughboys), Blue Collar Jane (Strypes), Bettie Page (Chevelles), Psycho Daisies (Yardbirds), Little Latin Lover (Michael Des Barres) & Let’s Spend The Night Together (Rolling Stones).
    Just a few cool ones from the sets. Very cool show for all the women we love.
    Thanks Stevie, keep rockin.

  • jcjohnson63

    thanks once again........there is just something about those NAUGHTY GIRLS.......mmmmmmmmmmmmmm.........great tunes too!!!

  • Chris Dougherty

    Good girls go to heaven..Naughty girls go anywhere they want! Great show, Steven!!

  • greggie434

    David Ruffin, man, what song!!!!!!!!!
    Hats off to the ADMINISTRATOR for keeping us up to date so quickly

  • mygeneration

    Stevie Wonder's fantastic "Don't know Why" is done better by the Stones(on "Metamorphosis"). The character feels mistreated by his lover and rock's archetypal singer sings it, like only he can, with all the character's apparent bitter heartbreak and desperation. Likewise, the guitar break.
    As always great show.

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