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Show 824 - Wouldn't It Be Nice?

Show 824 - Wouldn't It Be Nice?

Air Date:

Tuesday, 16 January 2018

Hi sports fans, Little Steven here with your weekly pop quiz.
Where can you go to find out how to straight guys named Dan Rowan and Dick Martin changed the world for every freak in America?
Who was the first black entrepreneur in rock & roll? And most importantly, who invented the beer can?
All is revealed this weekend in the Underground Garage. Joining us will be Blind Faith, the Pretty Things, Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels, the Searchers, the Ramones, the Beatles, and the Stones.
It’s a non-stop rock & roll dance party baby, this weekend in the Underground Garage.

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  • Playlist:

    Set 1
    Talk Talk (Music Machine)
    Wouldn’t It Be Nice (Beach Boys)
    Friday On My Mind (Easybeats)
    Danny The Doubler (Rusty Anderson Afternoon)
    Well All Right (Blind Faith)
    Wow (Soraia)

    Set 2
    Death Of A Clown (Kinks)
    Don’t Start Me Talkin’ (Sonny Boy Williamson)
    Lies (Knickerbockers)
    Queen Of The Pill (Jackets)
    Victim Of Circumstance (Joan Jett)

    Set 3
    Sock It To Me Baby (Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels)
    Are You Gonna Be There At The Love Inn? (Chocolate Watchband)
    He Ain’t No Angel (Leola & the Lovejoys)
    I Ain’t Done Wrong (Yardbirds)
    Gimme Gimme Rockaway (Steve Conte)

    Set 4
    Tracey’s Party (Red Button)
    Walk In The Room (Searchers)
    Kicks (Ricky Byrd)
    Please Go Home (Rolling Stones)
    You Don’t Know What You Mean To Me (Sam & Dave)

    Set 5
    Ain’t That Good News (Les Paul, Sam Cooke, Jeff Beck)
    I Don’t Want To Spoil The Party (Beatles)
    Sink Or Swim (Doughboys)
    Rock Therapy (Johnny Burnette Trio)
    My My Kind Of A Girl (Ramones)

Comments (3)

  • Ron Lynch

    5 cool, plus 1. Wouldn’t It Be Nice (Beach Boys) , Death Of A Clown (Kinks) kinda weird, We just finished watching all the Laugh In shows in December and it brought back a ton of flash backs. Gimme Gimme Rockaway (Steve Conte)very cool, Tracey’s Party (Red Button) , Ain’t That Good News (Les Paul, Sam Cooke, Jeff Beck) I like it alot, and the plus is Sink Or Swim (Doughboys) always rockin. Thanks Stevie, Keep on Rockin.

  • jcjohnson63

    Thanks for posting another classic update!!! REALLY glad to hear the Red Button have returned!!! Peace,love and rock and roll!!! :)

  • Clifford Blau

    Steven is way off in saying Laugh-in whas the highest rated comedy series. In the 1952/53 season, I Love Lucy had a 67.0 rating, the highest of all time. Laugh-In's highest season rating was 31.3 in 1968/69. All In The Family had a 34.0 three years later.

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