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Show 648 - Labor Daze

Show 648 - Labor Daze

Air Date:

Monday, 01 September 2014

Hey baby, Little Steven here. We don’t care that half the country is out of work. We are celebrating Labor Day and all the good working people of this country with a working class dance party in the Underground Garage this week.

Joining us will be the Animals, the Knickerbockers, Them, the Stones, the Chambers Brothers, and the Hollies.

You have to come find out what Major Lance, Julius Caesar, and the Blue Meanies have in common.

It’s our we-don’t-care-if-we-have-a-job celebration of Labor Day, at 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
    Talk Talk (Music Machine)
    Get A Job (Silhouettes)
    We Gotta Get Out Of This Place (Animals)
    Outta Sight (Cherry Drops)
    Got My Mojo Working (Muddy Waters)
    One Track Mind (Knickerbockers)

    Set 2
    It’s All Too Much (Beatles)
    St Valentine (John & Brittany)
    Hey Bulldog (Beatles)
    Gotta Get Away (Black Keys)
    Only A Northern Song (Beatles)

    Set 3
    I Can Only Give You Everything (Them)
    Baby It’s You (Stupidity)
    Gloria (Them)
    Would You Fight For My Love (Jack White)
    Could You Would You (Them)

    Set 4
    So Easy Rider (Bayonets)
    Fade Away (Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band)
    I Never Dreamed (Cookies)
    Devil You Know (Ghost Of A Saber Tooth Tiger)
    I’m Alive (Hollies)

    Set 5
    Time Has Come Today (Chambers Brothers)
    Out Of Time (Rolling Stones)
    Monkey Time (Major Lance)
    In My Own Time (Bee Gees)
    What Time Is It? (Jive Five)

Comments (10)

  • Steed Colliss

    Good show... With a "Oh Brother Where Art Thou" clip in set one... Funny how show 641 was dedicated to "Yellow Submarine" and seven shows later, a set is dedicated to the same movie...
    Good to see the Bayonets' "So Easy Rider" as CSITWTW... That's the good thing with iTunes... I baught the missing tracks since I already had the singles...

    Oh, and Steven, I still did not see Palmyra Delran and Bubble Gun's "Run Now Baby" as a CSITWTW... What's going on ? Is there a quota in the garage ?

  • Ron Lynch

    Yeah 5 cool ones.We Gotta Get Out Of This Place (Animals),Hey Bulldog (Beatles),Would You Fight For My Love (Jack White),Fade Away (Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band) & Out Of Time (Rolling Stones). Thanks Stevie, Keep on Rockin.

  • peter peter

    Doesn't Iggy Pop owe EVERYTHING to this Van Morrison guy: attitude and phrasing for instance.

  • jcjohnson63

    thanks for the really cool show! that brian ray sure has learned a thing or two hanging around paulie!!!! love tnat the shows get posted really quickly so keep up the good work folks! ROCK ON!!! :)

  • Carl Dean

    Great show - question: What are the instrumentals playing when coming back from station breaks - particularly breaks one and three? These are great, but not announced.

    • Steed Colliss

      Ah ! A newbie ! The musical beds used to be listed, but that ended about a year-and-a-half or two years ago... However, since this is a repeat of a previous show, I suggest you to go look at the playlist of show 440... Your question will be answered...

      • Carl Dean

        Thank you for the reply, but the question remains. There is no correlation that I can find between the instrumental playing immediately before 'It's All Too Much' and the musical bed listing for Show 440.

        • Steed Colliss

          Okay... If you want to know what is the song playing while Stevie enlightens us on the origin of Yellow Submarine, you should check the playlist of show 440 in the archives... The musical beds I refer to are the songs being played while Stevie talks at the beginning and end of each set... Since this show is a repeat of show 440, if you go look at the song in the playlist that is right before "It's All too Much', you'll get your answer... Same thing for the first song of set three...

          There are normally two songs in a musical bed... The first one is the song played at the end of a set when Stevie tells who did what in which song and the second is the intro of the set coming up...

          So now that you know, you can go look the songs up...

          • Carl Dean

            Finally found it. The song in question is 'University Blvd' by Los Straitjackets (thx to Shazam). Not mentioned anywhere in the playlist...

  • greggie434

    I would love to get my hands on the Chambers Brothers "Time Has Come Today", legend has it at over 11 minutes long, "Out Of Time", by The Rolling Stones, NEVER NEVER gets old, and "In My Own Time" by The Bee Gee's, I could not believe that it was by them! What a GREAT, GREAT, song Steven!!!!!!!!

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