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Show 801 - Groovy Movies

Show 801 - Groovy Movies

Air Date:

Monday, 07 August 2017

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)

    Quicksand (Soraia)

    I Ain’t Gonne Eat Out My Heart Anymore (Rascals)


    Set 2

    Ballad of Bonnie And Clyde (Georgie Fame)

    Clash City Rockers (Clash)

    I Know (Kris Rodgers & the Dirty Gems)

    My Little Red Book (Love)

    One Foot Outta The Grave (Michael Monroe)


    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

    Lady B. Goode (Chuck Berry)

    Tumbling Dice (Rolling Stones)

    No Stranger To Heartache (Biters)

    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)

    Wall Of Glass (Liam Gallagher)

    Home (Iggy Pop)

Comments (6)

  • jcjohnson63

    LOVE another classic update(MY phrase so YOU owe ME money if ANYONE ELSE uses it! LOL ;))SOOOOOOOOO you FINALLY play new CHuck Berry!!! LOVE IT!! Thanks for posting this and I wish you peace,love and rock and roll! ;)

  • Steed Colliss

    Cool update of 175... But there's a error in the editing of the outro in set two... The last song is not "She Won't Go" by Wifee and the Huzz Band... Keep in mind set four was originally about the original "Ocean's Eleven"...

  • Jim Brick

    At your best, I'm feeling like I'm re-experiencing the excitement I felt about these songs or bands for the first time! Incredible (talk about an intro, on here, to my favorite Beatles song, Anytime At All. Worked perfectly). I thought A Hard Day's Night was originally to be titled Eight Arms To Hold You, not Beatlemania. So many classics, The Raspberries, Love, and this new Michael Monroe song is OUTSTANDING, thank you! The Creation, brilliant, Shel Talmy said that their breaking up (Kenny Pickett leaving was to him the end of the band) was the biggest heartbreak in his career, he had it all set up for them to do an American tour, they would have been HUGE!!!!!!
    And you played one of my favorite early Who songs, Much Too Much; who else loves that song? It's UNHERALDED greatness!
    Great cover of the Velvets by the Crawdaddys, never heard this before. From 1980 I see now, wow I have to hear the B-side, Thee Headcoats turned me onto that song many years ago, long before I heard the original by the All Night Workers...
    Fantastic show, thank you so much again!

  • Ron Lynch

    5 cool ones here people. Anytime At All (Beatles), One Foot Outta The Grave (Michael Monroe), Tired Of Waiting (Kinks) I am loving the Kinks & I love playing Sunny Afternoon on acoustic guitar. Tumbling Dice (Rolling Stones) & Wall Of Glass (Liam Gallagher) Thanks Stevie, Keep on Rockin.

  • michael j farrelly

    I watch Hard Day's night once a year. The music, of course, timeless; their wit fresh.
    Reporter: How'd you find America?
    John: I took a left at Greenland.

  • greggie434

    Another great one!

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