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Show 576 - Money Honey!

Show 576 - Money Honey!

Air Date:

Tuesday, 16 April 2013


Uh Oh!

It’s that time of the year when we talk about money honey.

This is Little Steven, and this weekend in the Underground Garage our theme is money.

Where does it go, and why do we have to pay it to the government when they aren’t doing a damn thing for us?

Joining us at the party will be Spinal Tap, the J. Geils Band, the Yardbirds, the Hollies, the Drifters, and the Pretty Things.

Brand new music from the Connection, the Bayonets, the Young Sinclairs, John & Brittany, Wyldlife…and the Woggles have a new one that’s gonna kill ya.

It’s Money Honey; in 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:

    Taxman (Beatles)

    Music Bed: Prelude And Outer Space (Bernard Herrmann)

    Tally Man (Jeff Beck)

    Dirty Robber (Wailers)

    Comes And Goes (Connection)

    Money Honey (Ry Cooder)

    He’s Sure The Boy I Love (Crystals)

    Givin’ It All Up (J. Geils Band)

    Music Bed:

    A. Cruel Sea (Challengers)

    B. The Money Song (Eric Idle)


    Set 2:

    Music Bed: Ski-ing (George Harrison)

    Gimmie Some Money (Spinal Tap)

    Money (Rolling Stones)

    Sucker For Love (Bayonets)

    Lie, Beg, Borrow, & Steal (Mouse and the Traps)

    Hurt My Pride (Young Sinclairs)

    Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Sailor (Yardbirds)

    Music Bed:

    A. Mile 77 (Preston Wayne 4)

    B. For The Love Of Money (O’Jays)


    Set 3:

    Music Bed: Right Off (Miles Davis)

    Do The Clam (Elvis Presley)

    Man With Money (Crybabies)

    Pay You Back With Interest (Hollies)

    Start Sinning (John & Brittany)

    Million Dollar Bash (Bob Dylan)

    Much Too Much (Who)

    Music Bed:

    A. Little Miss J.A.J. (Waistcoats)

    B. Money (Pink Floyd)


    Set 4:

    Music Bed: Comanche (Link Wray)

    Bubblegum (Baby Woodrose)

    Roadrunner (Junior Walker & His All-stars)

    Saturday Night (Wyldlife)

    I Can’t Give You Anything (Ramones)

    Like Nothing That You've Seen (Mark Lindsay)

    Catch Us If You Can (Dave Clark Five)

    Music Bed:

    A. Flight Of The Surf Guitar (Atlantics)

    B. If You’ve Got The Money I’ve Got The Time (Willie Nelson)


    Set 5:

    Music Bed: SFX Teletype

    Sunny Afternoon (Kinks)

    Money Honey (Drifters)

    Baby Ill Trust You When You’re Dead (Woggles)

    Fattening Frogs For Snakes (Sonny Boy Williamson)

    Mr. Evasion (Pretty Things)

    Down And Out In New York City (James Brown)

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


Comments (15)

  • ArthurAllen

    Not lovin' the new player. Why did you change from a less secure player? It must be money, Honey.

  • Greg Surrell

    Show 576 not working. The others do, but not this one. Did someone forget something?

  • Robert P Smarse Jr.

    The Taxman's taken all my dough, and left me in my stately home, blazing on a Sunny Afternoon. Where's My Dough? Time for all honest working-class people to pay their taxes, while the MILLIONAIRES in Congress pay a lower % from their income. The Rich Get RICHER! AND RICHER! Another excellent show, Little Steven, which certainly earns it's 5 stars, while I would like to Thank The Administrator, as well, for getting the show up into the Archives. GOOD WORK! Musically, as always, the show was a BLAST! In terms of your insightful intro and in view of the facts, I found the reality of Our Monetary State Of The Union VERY DEPRESSING! Where exactly does the $ I pay in taxes each year go to? And why do I have to pay so much? I'm in the MIDDLE CLASS! OR, what's left of it! Not enjoying your new player, as referenced by comment above by ArthurAllen, because, for the 1st time EVER, Set 1 keeps playing over and over. Oh Well! I guess that it goes with the DEPRESSING subject of the show. I'll focus on the music, which is NOT depressing. Show # 576. Money Honey! TAXES! Set 1. The Beatles get rolling with the very appropriate Taxman. Is that you coughing, John, George, or Paul? I would like to comment on your opening comments, Little Steven, which were very enlightening, though depressing. IT'S THE TRUTH! Jeff Beck knows that we all have to pay The Tallyman. The Wailers ode to our CONGRESS with Dirty Robber! Nice textures by Mr. Ry Cooder with Money Honey. Darlene Love & the Crystals proclaim He's Sure The Boy I Love and The J. Geils Band are giving It All Up to You-CONGRESS, when J. Geils was still with the band. Now THEY are fighting all over MONEY! Set 2. While set 1 is repeating. Spinal TAP declare Give Me Some Money! The Rolling Stones give us their very unique version of Money. Mouse & The Traps declare that they will Lie, Beg, Borrow, and Steal, still referencing our CONGRESS! PIGS! The Young Sinclairs sound as if they stepped out of 1966 with Hurt My Pride. And the Yardbirds cover all bases with Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Sailor, from their underrated 1967 L.P. "Little Games". I was lucky enough to see that tour when Jeff Beck left Jimmy Page to handle the axe on his own, at The Mountain Park Ballroom in Holyoke, Mass., in August, 1967. Excellent show for my money, honey! Set 3. Elvis, The King, in drag, dressed up as a Queen for a day, with the Clam, from "Girl Happy"(1964). Also with the cute Shelley Fabares. The Clam never really caught on. But the CLAMS certainly did! the Crybabies want the Man With Money. Can't blame them for that. the Hollies promise to Pay You Back with Interest. What about The VIG!? Mr. Bob Dylan, who is now a multi-Millionaire, wanna go to that Million Dollar Bash and the Who close the set with Much Too Much(To Pay). Another ode to CONGRESS! USA! Where does it all Go? Set 4 opens with the very cool Lysergic rush of Baby Woodrose with Bubblegum. I think that was the coolest song of the week. Way To Go-Lorenzo! Jr. Walker & The All-Stars declare I'm A Road Runner. Wyldlife declare every night is Saturday Night. The Ramones declare I Can't Give You Everything in spite of demands from Uncle Sam. Excellent new stuff from Mark Lindsay with Like Nothing That You've Seen. The 4th set closes very nicely with Catch Us If You Can by The Dave Clark Five. No more taxes for me! Oh Yeah! Just Go Ahead and TRY IT! Set 5 opens with the Kinks blazing on a Sunny Afternoon. Please refer to the opening 2 lines of my comment. The Drifters serve up their elegant version of Money Honey from WAY back in 1953. The Woggles reassure us that Baby I'll Trust You when You're Dead. the very cool Sonny Boy Williamson certainly has the right idea with Fattening Frogs for Snakes. I Like THAT DEAL! The Pretty Things, with Phil May and Mr. Taylor, give us Mr. Tax Evasion. And Mr. James Brown ends the financially bankrupt but musically rich set and show with Down And Out In New York City. I would like to Thank You Very Much, Little Steven, for another excellent show that schooled me more than I really wanted to know about in regards to The Financial State Of Our Union! Sure glad that you don't tackle this subject EVERY YEAR! I also would like to commend you to the highest degree possible for taking on your new sponsor, UAVIP, Veterans In Piping, which is filling the vast empty void of finding jobs for our returning Veterans. WAY TO GO! We all know how helpful our CRAPPY CONGRESS helps in that area. And again, I don't know if it's my own software or your new player, but I've heard set 1 for four times over, now. I guess it's time for me to depart for now. Maybe next week, we shall here about guitar tones, which is that mysterious show that you've talked about so much but never heard-thus far. To all who live IN and FOR-The Underground Garage, Peace Be With You! From Cradle To Grave, We're Expected To Save! EEYAHH!! SMRZ!!

  • Glenn Sutherland

    The new player doesn't work at all for me. I hope things get straightened out because I would like to hear the show.

  • ArthurAllen

    This could be part of the general Internet outage today.

  • DavidWhite

    I tried to open the player in several browsers. None of them worked, but Firefox prompted me to download the first segment as a wav file. It worked, but that's all I could get.

  • Robert P Smarse Jr.

    Thank You Very Much, Administrator! The show plays fine now. Thanks again for the Good Work! Sincerely, SMRZ!!

  • James Aubrey Griffin

    No TECH PROBS here as of 6:30 pm 4/24. BIG THANX for "Lie, Beg, Borrow, & Steal" by Mouse & The Traps and for The Pretty Things' "Mr. Evasion" - tunes whose time has come again (or never went away). Banjo makes a pretty good sitar substitute!

  • bozito

    Little Steven, Your prologue was the finest State of the Union Address ever delivered. Pass a copy to the Prez. He needs to be let in on it.

  • Glenn Sutherland

    Who-Ya the show is working now!

  • Marcel Schepers

    The hiccups while listening are annoying, to say the least.

  • Robert P Smarse Jr.

    All Underground Garage Members! PLEASE! PLEASE! PLEASE! Don't forget to mark your STAR ratings! Thank You Very Much! Sincerely, SMRZ!!!

  • Gary Gassman

    Steven said, I believe, that "Money" was the only song recorded by both the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. How about "I Wanna Be Your Man"?

  • Richard Kline

    And the stones version of "I wanna be your man" appeared on the tone show. Ask, you shall receive. Thanks Steven for all the hard work and great commentary, Mr. Music Professor! Seriously.

  • Ron Lynch

    Set 4 was rockin good. Thanks Stevie

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