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Show 626 - Cultural Significance

Show 626 - Cultural Significance

Air Date:

Monday, 31 March 2014

Hey baby, Little Steven here.

Are you ready for some cultural significance this weekend in the Underground Garage?

Well come down anyway.

Joining the party will be Cream, Buffalo Springfield, Procol Harum, the Rolling Stones, the Ramones, and the Temptations.

Come find out what Ravi Shankar, Arthur Lee, and Bill Wyman have in common.

It is our version of cultural significance 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:
    Open My Eyes (Nazz)
    I’m A King Bee (Rolling Stones)
    Cretin Hop (Ramones)
    You Give Me (Cocktail Slippers)
    This Year’s Girl (Elvis Costello)

    Set 2:
    Sugar, Sugar (Wilson Pickett)
    Savoy Truffle (Beatles)
    About The Weekend (Jellybricks)
    Baby That’s Me (Cake)
    Tales Of Brave Ulysses (Cream)

    Set 3:
    Questions (Buffalo Springfield)
    You’re Not An Ordinary Girl (Temptations)
    Mr. Soul (Buffalo Springfield)
    Get The Hell (Supersuckers)
    Good Time Boy (Buffalo Springfield)

    Set 4:
    Glad All Over (Verbs)
    In Another Land (Rolling Stones)
    Mellow Yellow (Donovan)
    Talkin’ About The Good Times (Pretty Things)
    You Set The Scene (Love)

    Set 5:
    Love You To (Beatles)
    Tana Mana (Ravi Shankar)
    Are You My Love (Kelley Stoltz)
    The Devil Came From Kansas (Procol Harum)

Comments (7)

  • Steed Colliss

    The show arrived late, but got here... Great as usual... Very good cover by the Verbs... How about "Sugar Sugar", but by the Archies ?

  • Christina Anderson

    I like Wilson Pickett but I feel Sugar Sugar belongs to the Archies. Saturday mornings aren't the same anymore.

  • Ron Lynch

    You Give Me (Cocktail Slippers), About The Weekend (Jellybricks), Mr. Soul (Buffalo Springfield) & Get The Hell (Supersuckers), Mellow Yellow (Donovan), Are You My Love (Kelley Stoltz)& The Devil Came From Kansas (Procol Harum) Had to give to extra cool ones for sets 3 & 5. When I was in Kansas recently the Devil was on vacation down south so I missed him. Thanks Stevie, Keep on Rockin.

  • jcjohnson63

    yet another great program stevie! congratulations on induction in the HoF!!! you DESERVE IT!!! as does the entire E -Street Band!!! LOVE the verbs cover too. how about playimg a rolling stones cover by.......wait for it....KISS!! they did a GREAT version of 2,000 man!! thanks for posting this!!

  • peter peter

    That version of "I'M A KING BEE" sonically great. Vinyl, or remastered CD?

  • Chris Dougherty

    Great show, Steven. Pretty Things were such a great band and it's great to hear Love "You Set The Scene."

  • john

    A great show as always!

    FYI, "Baby That's Me" is performed by The Cake not Cake. The Cake is a 60's girls group, Cake is a way-different 90's-to-current band. The song on this show is The Cake's first single, I think.

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