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Show 597: That Love Disease Part 7: I'm Alive: Rebirth!

Show 597: That Love Disease Part 7: I'm Alive: Rebirth!

Air Date:

Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Hey baby, Little Steven here.

Join us this weekend in the Underground Garage for our final installment of the seven stages of love.

We are calling it Rebirth, and it is indeed a happy day.

Joining us will be Paul Revere and the Raiders, Them, the Temptations, the Ramones, Manfred Mann, the Turtles, the Nazz, and Marvin & Tammi.

We have brand new music from the Connection, Soraia, Radio Days, and Kurt Baker & His Party Animals.

We are calling this show I’m Alive: The Rebirth.

I will see you this weekend in the world’s only Rock n’ Roll dance party on the radio.

I’ll see you in the Garage.

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  • Playlist:

    Set 1:

    The Game Of Love (Wayne Fontana & the Mindbenders)

    I’m Alive (Hollies)

    Good Thing (Paul Revere & the Raiders)

    Da Doo Ron Ron (Crystals)

    Girls In This Town (Connection)

    I Can Only Give You Everything (Them)

    I’m Alive (Johnny Thunder)


    Set 2:

    Don’t Look Back (Temptations)

    Gotta Get That Feeling (Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band)

    Petty Little Angel Eyes (Curtis Lee)

    Love Like Voodoo (Soraia)

    Life’s A Gas (Ramones)

    Till The End Of The Day (Kinks)


    Set 3:

    Salvation (The Disciples Of Soul)

    Doo Wah Diddy (Manfred Mann)

    I Never Dreamed (Palisades)

    Love And Fun (Radio Days)

    I’m Free (Rolling Stones)

    See (Rascals)


    Set 4:

    Weekend Girls (Kurt Baker & His Party Animals)

    She’s Rather Be With Me (Turtles)

    You’re Not An Ordinary Girl (Temptations)

    Open My Eyes (Nazz)

    First Night (Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes)

    Good Lovin’ Ain’t Easy To Come By (Marvin & Tammi)


    Set 5:

    She Said Yeah (Rolling Stones)

    I Wanna Be With You (Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band)

    Hungry (Paul Revere & the Raiders)

    Heard You Got A Thing For Me (Cocktail Slippers)

    The Face of God (Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul)

    Anthem (Leonard Cohen)

Comments (15)

  • John

    “That Love Disease” was a great seven part themed series from the garage. Well done Little Steven. I'm Alive: Rebirth!


  • michael j farrelly

    Kurt Baker, a strong contender for performing the, "Coolest Song in the World," this year.

  • Becky U

    Excellent...love The Face of God. Keep 'em coming!!

  • jcjohnson63

    so here is the deal.......i will listen to this one on sunday. i just rated it but i normally wait until i listen to rate them.so if you check previous shows they are likely rated by me!!!!! o.k.??????

  • TheStruggleFish

    My daughter who is now 3 months old only smiles when she hears rock&roll. All she heard in the womb was Bo Diddley, The Beatles, Little Walter, Magic Slim, The Kinks, Led Zep, Rival Sons, etc. you guys get it. Anyways, Justin Bieber came on tv one day and she started screaming and crying lol. It took a little Sweet Home Chicago by Magic Sam to make her laugh again. Ty Little Steven, there still is hope for the younger generation to play some great Rock&Roll in the future. Just like a bad std, rock&roll is dormant and will surface again! Long Live Rock!!!!!!

    • greggie434

      Awsome story Fish!

  • Michael Stephens

    Was looking at Cool movies thought you might add a couple The Warriors sort of a cult flick, Sin city , Rocky Horror picture show?? just a few to start

  • Gary Gassman

    Where, pray tell, is our in-house review from Robert P Smarse Jr.? I don't feel like my listening experience is comppete until I read your insightful take on the show. I hope all is well with you and something better or more important came up although I can't imagine anything more important than listening to Little Steven do his thing. Peace.

    • jcjohnson63

      i was wondering the same thing.

  • Cat

    LOVE that you're playing Soraia's "Love Like VooDoo"! Has my vote for the year's Coolest Song in the World for sure! Will we hear more of her music on Underground Garage soon?

  • jcjohnson63

    love this series! WOW!! thanks for all the great music too!! my in-laws are from Maine!!!

  • Ron Lynch

    I like alot of these songs, but the one that has all the meaning for me is - I Wanna Be With You (Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band)
    Thanks Stevie, Keep on Rockin.

  • Marlene Sullivan

    I really loved the "Love Disease" series and knowing I'd have withdrawals got "The Promise" that Stevie recommended for undeveloped Springsteen fans....it is so good! Plus you get to hear Clarence solo in bittersweet soulful ways.

  • Chris Dougherty

    Great wrap up to the series, Steven. Haven't heard "Salvation" from you in a long, long time, with Jason Bonham and Adam Clayton cranking away back there.

  • greggie434

    Dear Admins. thanx for getting these shows back up in the archives, now I can catch up!!!!!

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