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Show 741 - 1961

Show 741 - 1961

Air Date:

Monday, 13 June 2016


Are you lonely?

Bored to death?

Hate your job?

Sexually frustrated?

Well don’t worry about a thing!

We have a red light district of Searchers, Libertines, Nazz and Pretty Things.

We have a little frat rock from J. Geils Band and an early incarnation of Golden Earring you do not want to miss.

We will see you this weekend in the Underground Garage.

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  • Playlist:

    Set 1
    Anytime At All (Beatles)
    Open My Eyes (Nazz)
    Circumstantial Evidence (Stiv Bators)
    I’m Free (Forty Nineteens)
    Killing Floor (Howlin’ Wolf)
    Mercy Of The Rain (D Generation)

    Set 2
    I Want To Be Loved (Rolling Stones)
    Birth Of An Accidental Hipster (Monkees)
    Funky But Chic (David Johansen)
    End Of My Neighborhood (Fleshtones)
    Tink Tailor Soldier Sailor (Yardbirds)

    Set 3
    Don’t Throw Your Love Away (Searchers)
    I Can’t Believe That We’re Together (Death By Unga Bunga)
    Time For Heroes (Libertines)
    Time Bomb (Ramones)
    Beautifu World (Mudcrutch)

    Set 4
    Liar (Shelters)
    Cry In Night (Q65)
    Daddy Buy Me A Girl (Golden Earring)
    Forever Wild (Willie Nile)
    Dollhouse (Bruce Springsteen)

    Set 5
    Come See Me (Pretty Things)
    Ain’t Nothing But A House Party (J. Geils Band)
    Devil With A Blue Dress (Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels)
    The Man Who Got Away (Bruce Springsteen)
    Innocent World (Iggy Pop)

Comments (2)

  • jcjohnson63

    thanks for posting this one!!!! and the Shelters ARE pretty cool, aren't they? keep on rocking!! :)

  • Ron Lynch

    5 cool ones plus 2. I’m Free (Forty Nineteens), Funky But Chic (David Johansen), I Can’t Believe That We’re Together (Death By Unga Bunga), Liar (Shelters)one of the plus 2, Forever Wild (Willie Nile)one of the plus 2, Dollhouse (Bruce Springsteen) won't be another like Bruce, ever. The Man Who Got Away (Bruce Springsteen)
    Thanks Stevie, Keep on Rockin.

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