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Show 784 - Smile On Me

Show 784 - Smile On Me

Air Date:

Monday, 10 April 2017

Did you ever wake up in the morning thinking I definitely had too much to dream last night?

Well you must have been partying in the Underground Garage baby!

And we continue celebrating life itself this week with the Yardbirds, the Who, the Pretty Things, Love, And Jefferson Airplane.

Find out who quit the Beatles first.

Find out who really invented the sewing machine. Come join us this weekend in the Underground Garage.

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  • Playlist:

    Set 1

    I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night (Electric Prunes)

    Paperback Writer (Beatles)

    Beatles Please Come Back (Gigi Parker & the Lonelies)

    Let Her Dance (Bobby Fuller Four)

    Never Wanted To Know (Bash & Pop)

    What She Don’t Know (Guitar Shorty)

    Little Red Book (Love)


    Set 2

    Smile On Me (Yardbirds)

    Right Now (Jeff Beck)

    My Boyfriend’s Back (Angels)

    Get Away From Me (Dogs)

    I Wish You Would (Billy Boy Arnold)


    Set 3

    Pinhead (Ramones)

    See (Rascals)

    Poetry (Ray Davies)

    Funky Street (Arthur Conley)


    Set 4

    Break A Guitar (Ty Segall)

    Bend Me Shape Me (American Breed)

    Here For You (Brian Ray)

    The Good’s Gone (Who)


    Set 5

    You And Me And Pooneil (Jefferson Airplane)

    Crackin’ Up (Hoodoo Gurus)

    Midnight To Six Man (Pretty Things)

    Dirt Road (Southern Culture On The Skids)

    Restless Nights (Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band)

Comments (4)

  • Ron Lynch

    5 very cool ones and I gotta throw in 2 more ultra cool ones.
    Paperback Writer (Beatles) will not be forgotten ever, Right Now (Jeff Beck) magic fingers on the strings & frets and then some, Funky Street (Arthur Conley) just too funky, Bend Me Shape Me (American Breed)1960's are here, Restless Nights (Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band) we all feel this way sometime, 2 more.... Crackin’ Up (Hoodoo Gurus) & Dirt Road (Southern Culture On The Skids) Thanks Stevie, Keep on Rockin.

  • jcjohnson63

    THank you very much for posting this classic update!!! It may seem like you get little response but at least I do so!!! Ty Segall is pretty cool and glad to hear his new one too!!! Rock And Roll FOREVER!!! ;)

  • keithjorgensen

    After 20 years of listening reliously, I never get bored - even if a few repeats are slipped in here and there. Yea I listen to every word Stevie :-) THANK YOU for providing the best two hours of radio heard weekly. And SIRIUS Channel 21 in the car makes the long drives highly enjoyable! --- Keith PS --I share with my members on FB Fillmore Seats Group every week, too.

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