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Show 697 - Groovy Movies

Show 697 - Groovy Movies

Air Date:

Tuesday, 11 August 2015

Is your air conditioner on the fritz?

Too hot to go to the beach?

Are the reality shows on TV getting a little too real?

Well let’s go to the movies!

This weekend in the Underground Garage we are showing a triple feature of three of the grooviest movies ever made.

Joining us will be the Clash, the Raspberries, the Easybeats, and the Rascals.

It’s Groovy Movies this weekend in the Underground Garage.

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  • Playlist:

    Set 1
    A Hard Days Night (Beatles)
    Anytime At All (Beatles)
    Tonight (Raspberries)
    Deceptacon (Jessica Hernandez and the Deltas)
    Don’t Come Back (Connection)
    I Ain’t Gonne Eat Out My Heart Anymore (Rascals)

    Set 2
    Ballad of Bonnie And Clyde (Georgie Fame)
    Clash City Rockers (Clash)
    I’m A Full Grown Man (Barrence Whitfield and the Savages)
    My Little Red Book (Love)
    She Won’t Go (Wifee and the Huzz Band)

    Set 3
    Tired Of Waiting (Kinks)
    Making Time (Creation)
    You’ve Got A Habit Of Leaving (Davie Jones and the Lower Third)
    Much Too Much (Who)
    Friday On My Mind (Easybeats)

    Set 4
    The Same Sun (Pretty Things)
    Tumbling Dice (Rolling Stones)
    You Know What To Do (Weeklings)
    7 11 (Ramones)
    Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man (Bob Seger System)

    Set 5
    Summer In The City (Lovin’ Spoonful)
    There She Goes Again (Crawdaddies)
    Hold My Hand (Ruttles)
    The Gears (Carl Barat and the Jackals)
    Home (Iggy Pop)

Comments (11)

  • David Ferreira

    Wow.....really good show this week. Definitely in my top 5!

    • Steed Colliss

      It's an updated repeat of show 175... Very cool show indeed...

      Even though it's not mentionned, set four was about "Ocean's Eleven" (audio clips from the movie and gambling themed songs)...

      Love the Lovin' Spoonful song... I used to have a compilation record which included "Summer in the City", the Box Tops' "The Letter" and Wilbert Harrison's "Kansas City"... My father still must have the record at his home...

      Speaking of home, great Iggy Pop song with Slash on guitar... I remember seeing the ad in Rolling Stone when "Brick by Brick" came out... That Charles Burns cover was great... Also, and it is sad that the first hunnerd shows are not in the archives, the song was played at the end of one of the best intros of an LSUG show... "The Final Frontier" or "Space" if I remember correctly...

  • John Bean

    • bullet points…

    The Lost Tapes - Live in Santa Cruz (1985) The Catalyst, Santa Cruz Civivc Aud.

  • Ville Heikkila

    Summer in the city is the best pop single ever, or if not, then it´s Do you believe in magic? Peace and love Mr. John B. Sebastian!

  • Ron Lynch

    5 more cool ones. Turn down the heat God, too humid!!!! A Hard Days Night (Beatles), She Won’t Go (Wifee and the Huzz Band), this song is growin on me. Much Too Much (Who), Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man (Bob Seger System) seen him this year in Halifax, awesome old school rocker. Home (Iggy Pop) writes it like no one else. Thanks Stevie, Keep on Rockin.

  • ArthurAllen

    What is that song clip right after "A Hard Days Night"? It's obviously a Little Steven vocal, something you don't hear all the time here.

    • Steed Colliss

      Musical Bed
      Title: Another Hard Day’s Night
      Artist: The Beatles
      From: Help! [US version] (Capitol, 1964) (Out of print)

      • Steed Colliss

        Oops... That's not what you wanted...

  • jcjohnson63

    Love the update!!! LOVE THE PRETTY THINGS!!!!! have they EVER made a bad record??? gotta say this.....last year there were several coolest sings that were shall we say less then cool. same thing going on this year! guess music is subjective.but I am just concerned! thanks MUCH for posting and looking forward to some new ones VERY SOON PLEASE!!!!!!! :)

  • greggie434

    7 11 Ramones is the best, and Davey Jones and the Lower Third, where else ya here this?

  • greggie434

    7 11 Ramones is the best, and Davey Jones and the Lower Third, where else ya here this?

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