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Show 730 - The Flip Side

Show 730 - The Flip Side

Air Date:

Tuesday, 29 March 2016

Hey baby, Little Steven here, and this weekend in the Underground Garage, we are going to turn that record over, and check out what’s on the b-side.

Joining us will be the Kinks, the Rascals, the Byrds, the Temptations and the Dave Clark Five.

We are going to find out what Frankie Valli, Bo Diddley, and Keith Moon have in common.

Come join us to celebrate a time when men were men, women were women, and records were vinyl.

I’ll see you this weekend in the world’s only Rock n’ Roll dance party on the radio, the Underground Garage.

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  • Playlist:

    Set 1
    Held Up Without A Gun (Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band)
    I’m A Man (Bo Diddley)
    Where Have All The Good Times Gone? (Kinks)
    What Is The Reason? (Rascals)
    Ride With You (Dion)
    Hound Dog (Elvis Presley)

    Set 2
    Congratulations (Rolling Stones)
    It Won’t Be Wrong (Byrds)
    Somewhere Under Heaven (Tom Petty)
    Gloria (Them)
    Communication Breakdown (Led Zeppelin)

    Set 3
    Don’t Worry Baby (Beach Boys)
    Out In The Street (Who)
    Girl Like You (Green Machines)
    Fingertips Pts 1 & 2 (Little Stevie Wonder)

    Set 4
    Ain’t It A Sin (Charles Bradley)
    Don’t Look Back (Temptations)
    You’re A Better Man Than I (Yardbirds)
    Marlena (The Four Seasons)
    Mr Soul (Buffalo Springfield)

    Set 5
    I Should Of Known Better (Beatles)
    Highway 61 Revisited (Bob Dylan)
    Doctor Rhythm (Dave Clark Five)
    Beck’s Bolero (Jeff Beck)
    You’re On My Mind (Animals)

Comments (6)

  • bluesman59

    "I Should HAVE Known Better." Mrs Wojohowski is going to kick your narrow ass, Steven!!

  • ArthurAllen

    The show is coming back to Seattle! 11pm Sundays is late for me, but perhaps more listeners will discover it. 102.5 KZOK starting April 10th!

    (I really had to dig for this information. It isn't posted on KZOK's page, and Steven's affiliates page isn't updated yet. They promised an interview with him, but my browser wouldn't display it. I had to dig through the source view to find a link. Your browser may have better luck: http://kzok.cbslocal.com/2016/03/25/audio-steven-van-zandt-joins-nate-connors/

  • Ron Lynch

    5 very cool ones. Some of these B sides I have never heard. Held Up Without A Gun (Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band),
    Somewhere Under Heaven (Tom Petty), Girl Like You (Green Machines), Ain’t It A Sin (Charles Bradley) & Highway 61 Revisited (Bob Dylan) cool cool cool. Thanks Stevie, Keep on Rockin.

  • jcjohnson63

    what a great update here!!! LOVE Charles Bradley's new psychedelic soul single!! thanks for posting this one and keep on rockin!!! :)


    Great B-sides show! Especially loved hearing What Is the Reason, Beck’s Bolero and You’re on My Mind, the latter being one that especially deserved far more attention than it got.

    “Turn the record over, you might be pleasantly surprised.” Damn straight! Now, what would really be great is a show that would delve even deeper. There’s so many great obscure tracks out there, many of them the B-sides of major hits, that really need to be heard more widely, such as:

    Dion—Daddy Rollin’ (In Your Arms)
    Walker Brothers—After the Lights Go Out
    Peter & Gordon—Stranger With a Black Dove
    The Parade—This Old Melody
    Music Machine—Come on in
    Manfred Mann—I Wanna Be Rich
    Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich—The Sun Goes Down
    Lou Christie—Wild Life’s in Season
    Blues Magoos—Gotta Get Away
    Blues Magoos—There’s a Chance We Can Make It
    Grass Roots—No Exit
    Turtles—Umbassa the Dragon

    Just kidding about that last one, unless you want to do a really off-the-wall, Dr. Demento-style show. Anyway, hope you can squeeze at least some of these in.

  • michael j farrelly

    Hungry Heart, the E Street Band's first hit single, produced by the the artist formally known as Miami Steve.

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