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Show 767 - Essential Albums

Show 767 - Essential Albums

Air Date:

Tuesday, 13 December 2016

Hey baby, Little Steven here.

This weekend in the Underground Garage we are celebrating 101 Essential Rock Records From the Golden Age of Vinyl..

We will be picking out ten of those fantastic vinyl albums that influenced everybody.

Joining us will be the Who, Cream, Moby Grape, the Byrds, the Jeff Beck Group, the Jimi Hendrix Experience, and the Ramones.

It is a very cool show, and I will meet you there in the world’s only Rock n’ Roll dance party on the radio.

I’ll see you in the Underground Garage.

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  • Playlist:

    Set 1

    Cinnamon Girl (Neil Young)

    I Saw Her Standing There (Beatles)

    Break On Through (Doors)

    Not Fade Away (Rolling Stones)

    Run Right To You (Hollis Brown)


    Set 2

    Mr. Tambourine Man (Byrds)

    Hey Grandma (Moby Grape)

    Contraband (WYLDLIFE)

    Out In The Streets (Who)

    Strange Brew (Cream)


    Set 3

    Walkin’ Blues (The Paul Butterfield Blues Band)

    Little Elvis (Weeklings)

    Shapes Of Things (Jeff Beck Group)

    Good Times Bad Times (Led Zeppelin)


    Set 4

    American Dream (Heaters)

    Mr. Soul (Buffalo Springfield)

    Take What I Need (Darts)

    Foxey Lady (Jimi Hendrix Experience)

    Stand! (Sly & the Family Stone)


    Set 5

    Search And Destroy (Iggy & the Stooges)

    All For You (Kurt Baker Combo)

    Blitzkrieg Bop (Ramones)

    Holiday In The Sun (Sex Pistols)

Comments (3)

  • jcjohnson63

    Thank you for posting another classic update!! Never heard of the Heaters before but I am glad I have! Pretty cool band!! Rock and Roll FOREVER!!!!! :)

  • Ron Lynch

    5 cool ones, plus one extra. Cinnamon Girl (Neil Young) gotta go with Neil on this one, stands the test of time like his Ford Lincoln, Strange Brew (Cream) wicked song, Walkin’ Blues (The Paul Butterfield Blues Band) it's amazing that Robert Johnson wrote so many very good tunes all in his 27 yrs of life. Mr. Soul (Buffalo Springfield) cool cool & Search And Destroy (Iggy & the Stooges) the extra is Take What I Need (Darts) Thanks Stevie, Keep on Rockin.

  • markalbertsad

    this is still the golden age of vinyl long may my 1982 turntable turn [at the correct pitch/speed] stay healthy and hungry

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