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Show 822 - New Years A Go-Go

Show 822 - New Years A Go-Go

Air Date:

Monday, 01 January 2018

Hey baby, Little Steven here.
Join us for our annual Coolest Songs of the Year show.
We will run down my favorites songs of the year, as well as the coolest TV, movies, and albums of the year.
It has been a fantastic year that we will remind you about.
I’ll see you at the only Rock n’ Roll dance party on the radio, the Underground Garage.

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  • Playlist:

    Set 1
    Wow (Soraia)
    I Know (Kris Rodgers)
    Meet Me At The End Of The World (Jesse Malin)
    No Stranger To Heartache (Biters)
    Never Wanted To Know (Bash & Pop)
    Teenage Heart (WYLDLIFE)

    Set 2
    Echoes Softly (Urges)
    All Undone (Jake Clemons)
    Monsters (DM3)
    You Got It Going On (Cheap Trick)
    Gimme Gimme Rockaway (Steve Conte)

    Set 3
    Let It Burn (Blackberry Smoke)
    Waiting For The Rain (Woggles)
    Like She Does (Bayonets)
    One Foot Outta The Grave (Michael Monroe)
    F You Brain (Ginger Wildheart & Ryan Hamilton)

    Set 4
    Kicks (RIcky Byrd)
    Why (Soraia)
    Saint Valentine’s Day (Little Steven)

    Set 5
    Need You Tonight (Bonnie Raitt)
    Right Now (Jeff Beck)
    Crackin’ Up (Hoodoo Gurus)
    Genuine American Girl (Alice Cooper)
    Quicksand (Soraia)

Comments (7)

  • Steve Gelfand

    Show cuts off during Alice Cooper song.

  • lboocker

    Hmmm, so Stevie criticizes remakes of "perfect" movies and then his coolest song in the world is a remake of Kicks. Is this irony?

    • DavidWhite

      In fairness, covering a song is not the same thing as remaking a movie. But in general I find it bizarre that some people are so hostile to remakes. No one would suggest that no new film versions of Shakespeare plays should ever be made no matter how good many of the previous ones have been. The mistake people make is assuming that making a new version of an older film is either an implicit criticism of the older film (we need to remake this because the earlier one was not good enough) or that the newer version will erase the older film from people's minds. In fact, it is typically good films people want to remake (just like it's the good plays that get revivals, not the lousy ones) and new versions of old films tend to make people more aware of older versions, thus increasing exposure to them as well.

      Even the 1959 film of Ben-Hur that Little Steven loves so much was itself a remake of a 1925 film. Martin Scorsese's "Cape Fear", which I know Little Steven loves, was also a remake of a film that starred very cool actors Gregory Peck and Robert Mitchum. There's nothing wrong with remaking a film.

  • jcjohnson63

    Thanks for posting this one!! Except for one clinker- a GRETA list! Disagree with the rankings a bit.Can't get into that cover of Kicks though.Peace.,love and rock and roll!!!

  • jcjohnson63

    YUP!!! CUTS OFF during the ALice Cooper song!!! WTF????????

  • Ron Lynch

    5 cool ones. Meet Me At The End Of The World (Jesse Malin) , Gimme Gimme Rockaway (Steve Conte) , Let It Burn (Blackberry Smoke) , Saint Valentine’s Day (Little Steven) & Genuine American Girl (Alice Cooper) cool cool cool yeah. Thanks Stevie, Keep on Rockin.

  • greggie434

    Does anybody even read these comments fix the show please

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