Chris Carter's British Invasion…

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  1. HecticArt

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    There's 2 letters missing.......
     
  2. SIRIUSaboutXM

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    Chris Carter's British Invasion Radio Show
    Sirius/XM Ch. 21

    A show of British Invasion FIRSTS on this FIRST Sunday of 2014!
    Here’s the FIRST singles from The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Kinks, & Cream.
    Hear songs from FIRST albums from The Pretty Things, The Moody Blues, The Strypes & Small Faces.

    And a lot more cool British FIRSTS from - Mott The Hoople, Badfinger, Suede, Supergrass, The Move, and MORE!
    And a new weekly feature called Breakfast w/the Beatles!

    Followed by Andrew Loog Oldham (very British)
    Repeat broadcast 12–midnight eastern!
    And available on Sirius/XM ON DEMAND!
     
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    Chris Carter's British Invasion Radio Show

    Sirius/XM Ch. 21



    A show of British Invasion FIRSTS on this FIRST Sunday of 2014!

    Here’s the FIRST singles from The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Kinks, & Cream.

    Hear songs from FIRST albums from The Pretty Things, The Moody Blues, The Strypes & Small Faces.



    And a lot more cool British FIRSTS from - Mott The Hoople, Badfinger, Suede, Supergrass, The Move, and MORE!

    And a new weekly feature called Breakfast w/the Beatles!



    Followed by Andrew Loog Oldham (very British)

    Repeat broadcast 12–midnight eastern!

    And available on Sirius/XM ON DEMAND!





    Beatles-Love Me Do

    Rolling Stones-Come On

    High Numbers-Zoot Suit

    Kinks-Long Tall Sally

    Cream-Wrapping Paper

    Peter & Gordon-A World Without Love

    Peter & Gordon-If I Were You

    Billy J. Kramer & the Dakotas-Bad To Me

    Billy J. Kramer & the Dakotas-I Call Your Name

    Badfinger-Come And Get It

    Pretty Things-Roadrunner

    Moody Blues-True Story

    Break 3-

    Small Faces-Talk to You

    Elvis Costello-Waiting For The End Of The World

    Nick Lowe-They Called It Rock

    Strypes-Heart Of The City

    Davie Jones & The King Bees-Liza Jane

    David Bowie-Rebel Rebel

    Mott The Hoople-Rock And Roll Queen

    Ian Hunter-Just Another Night

    Teenage Fanclub-Metal Baby

    Blur-There's No Other Way

    Oasis-Cigarettes & Alcohol

    Suede-The Drowners

    Supergrass-Alright

    Beatles ISaw Her Standing There

    Beatles-Revolution

    John Lennon-Whatever Gets You Thru The Night

    Beatles-Don't Bother Me

    George Harrison-My Sweet Lord

    Rutles-Number One

    Ringo Starr-Photograph


    Rolling Stones-Jumpin' Jack Flash

    Clash-The Right Profile

    Mott The Hoople-Momma's Little Jewel

    Faces-Stay With Me

    Strypes-Hometown Girls

    Spencer Davis Group-Keep On Running

    Kinks-Till The End Of The Day

    Herman's Hermits-A Must To Avoid

    Who-My Generation

    Hollies-If I Needed Someone

    Searchers-Take Me For What I'm Worth

    Badfinger-No Matter What

    Kinks-King Kong

    Ray Davies-The Tourist

    Ringo Starr-You & Me Babe

    Paul McCartney-Get Me Out of Here

    Slade-Gudbuy Gudbuy

    Small Faces-Lazy Sunday
     
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    Ch. 21
    Little Steven's Underground Garage


    On this weeks show you will hear a cool set featuring songs written about Record Companies by disgruntled British artists. A set of American artists who wish they were born in the U.K. and another edition of our new feature Breakfast w/ The Beatles! Plus HOT numbers from David Bowie `67, The Kinks, Oasis, DC5, Buzzcocks, Led Zep, The Yardbirds, The Zombies, The Strypes, The Rolling Stones and The Sensational Alex Harvey Band (!) and much MORE!

    Switch ON…Tune IN
     
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    British Invasion Playlist January 12th 2014


    OPEN
    The Charlatans - Can't Get Out Of Bed- Up to Our Hips (Beggar’s Banquet Records) March 1994
    Rolling Stones - Who's Been Sleeping Here? – Between The Buttons
    The Easybeats- Made My Bed Gonna Lie In It- Friday On My Mind (Capitol) 1966
    David Bowie - -Let Me Sleep Beside You – 1967
    Kinks- Sleepwalker – Sleepwalker `77

    BREAK VT1
    The Zombies - This Will Be Our Year - Odessey & Oracle CBS 1968
    Elvis Costello - This Year's Girl - This Years Model
    Shel Naylor- One Fine Day- single, Mar. ‘64
    The Dave Clark Five- Best Day’s Work- flip of “If Somebody Loves You,†July ‘69
    Buzzcocks – Everybody’s Happy Nowadays – Singles Going Steady EMI 1978

    BREAK VT2
    1969, Led Zeppelin's debut album was released in the UK. Recorded at Olympic Studios in Barnes, London, the album took only about 36 hours of studio time to complete at a cost of just £1,782, most of the tracks being recorded 'live' in the studio with very few overdubs. The album spent a total of 71 weeks on the UK chart.
    Led Zeppelin – Good Times Bad Times (Page)
    The Yardbirds -Stroll On -Blow Up MGM SDTK 1966 (Page/Beck)
    Cream -Tales Of Brave Ulysses (BBC Sessions)- Disraeli Gears 1967 (Clapton)
    Jeff Beck Group – Ain’t Superstitious - Truth 1968
    Led Zeppelin – Communication Breakdown - I

    BREAK VT3
    Donovan- The Trip- Sunshine Superman, Aug. ‘66
    Marc Bolan- The Third Degree, Single only Decca 1966
    Nirvana- Rainbow Chaser- (Island) single, March ‘68
    The Pretty Things - She’s a Lover- Parachute, Harvest June 1970
    The Small Faces- Up the Wooden Hills of Bedfordshire- Small Faces, Immediate Records 1967

    BREAK VT4
    1964, The Beatles appeared on the ATV show Sunday Night At The London Palladium performing ‘I Wanna Hold Your Hand’, ‘This Boy’, ‘All My Loving’, ‘Money’ and ‘Twist And Shout’. The compare for the evening was Bruce Forsyth. When The Beatles appeared on this show on October 13, 1963, their fee had been £250, now, just three months later, their fee was £1,000….and speaking of $$$
    The Beatles – Money (That’s What I Want) – With The Beatles
    The Beatles – Baby You’re a Rich Man – MMT
    George Harrison – Living In The Material World – Living In The Material World
    The Beatles – You Never Give Me Yer Money – AR
    John Lennon –Tight A$ - Mind Games Apple 1973
    The Beatles – Taxman - Revolver

    1977, EMI Records issued a statement saying it felt unable to promote The Sex Pistols records in view of the adverse publicity generated over the last two months:
    Sex Pistols – EMI Don't judge a book just by the cover Unless you cover just another And blind acceptance is a sign Of stupid fools who stand in line- Like E.M.I.

    Graham Parker – Mercury Poisoning I got a dinosaur for a representative, It's got a small brain and refuses to learn Their promotion's so lame, They could never ever take me to the real ball game Listen, I ain't a pet, I ain't a token hipster in your Monopoly set. I've got Mercury poisoning. It's fatal and it don't get better!

    Nick Lowe - They Called It Rock- Jesus of Cool (Stiff) 1978

    The Clash - Complete Control – Single US 1st They said we'd be artistically free when we signed that bit of paper They meant let's make a lotsa money and worry about it later I'll never understand Complete control, lemme see your other hand I don't trust you, so why should you trust me?

    Blur- Country House
    The Strypes – What A Shame

    32 BREAK VT6
    Rolling Stones - Citadel
    Kinks– David Watts
    Hollies – Kill Me Quick
    Sands – Listen To The Sky

    BREAK VT7
    2001, British Airways staff complained about Oasis singer Liam Gallagher after he had grabbed a stewardess' bottom, refused to stop smoking and threw objects around the cabin during a flight from London to Rio De Janeiro.
    37
    Oasis – Stay Young – The Masterplan 1997 Epic
    Beady Eye – The Roller
    Slade – When The Lights Are Out
    Miles Kane w/ Paul Weller – You’re Gonna Get It – Don’t Forget Who You Are
    Mick Ronson – White Light/White Heat
    Faces – Ooh La La – Ooh La La 42

    BREAK VT8
    Americans’ who wish they were Brits
    1951, Born on this day, Chris Bell, guitarist, Big Star. Bell was killed in a car accident on 27/12/78 Barry Livingston – Radio City/3rd

    Chris Bell – I Am The Cosmos – Single
    The Byrds - Thoughts And Words (Chris Hillman) - Younger Than Yesterday
    The Red Button – As Far As Yesterday Goes - As Far As Yesterday Goes
    Flamin` Groovies – Yes It’s True – Groovies Grestest
    Big Star- In The Street - #1 Record (Ardent) 1972 47

    CLOSE
    The Sensational Alex Harvey Band – The Last Of The Teenage Idols – Next 1973 48
     
  6. SIRIUSaboutXM

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    Sirius/Xm Ch. 21
    Little Steven's Underground Garage

    OUR SALUTE TO THE BRITISH BASS PLAYER!

    On this special edition we will salute the British Bass Player. Switch On and Tune in and dig 50 (+) swingin` bass driven numbers featuring Animal Chas Chandler, Pete Quaife’s Kinks, John “The OX†Entwistle & his Who, late Face Ronnie Lane, and an extended segment featuring the grand high exalted mystic ruler of the bass guitar….James Paul McCartney.

    PLUS much, much more from The Yardbirds, The Jam, The Move, Pretty Things, T.Rex, Elvis & his Attractions, Slade, and Traffic.
    AND BEST OF ALL!!!!!!! On the phone from the UK to talk all things BASS GUITAR….BOTH Jack Bruce and Bill Wyman!!!! (so lots of Cream & Rolling Stones!)

    Switch ON…Tune IN
     
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    OUR SALUTE TO THE BRITISH BASS PLAYER!

    With Special Guests >
    Jack Bruce and Bill Wyman!!!! (Yup)

    Switch On and Tune in and dig 50(+) swingin` bass driven numbers featuring Animal Chas Chandler, Pete Quaife’s Kinks, John “The OX†Entwistle & his Who, late Face Ronnie Lane, and an extended segment featuring the grand high exalted mystic ruler of the British bass guitar…James Paul McCartney.

    PLUS much more from The Yardbirds, The JAM, The Move, Pretty Things, T.Rex, Elvis & his Attractions, Slade, Traffic and Spinal Tap…

    Yer Playlist:

    Stevie Wonder- I Was Made To Love Her
    Animals- We Gotta Get Out of This Place
    Yardbirds- Over Under Sideways Down
    Traffic- Paper Sun
    Jam- Start!

    Who- Daddy Rolling Stone
    Who- My Generation
    Who- My Wife

    Kinks- Waterloo Sunset
    Gerry & The Pacemakers- It's Gonna Be Alright
    Hollies- Look Through Any Window
    Slade- When The Lights Are Out

    Cream- Wrapping Paper
    Chris Carter w/ Jack Bruce of Cream (8 min)
    Cream- SWLABR
    Cream- Strange Brew
    Cream- Tales Of Brave Ulysses

    Breakfast w/The Beatles Break!!
    Beatles- Paperback Writer
    Beatles- Lovely Rita
    Paul McCartney- Turned Out
    Paul McCartney & Wings- Mrs. Vanderbilt
    Beatles- Rain
    Paul McCartney- That Was Me
    Beatles- Ballad of John and Yoko

    Pretty Things- Come See Me
    The Move- Brontosaurus (Looking On)
    Creation- Biff Bang Pow
    Miles Kane- Inhaler
    Kinks- Sunny Afternoon
    David Bowie- Don't Bring Me Down
    Donovan- The Trip
    T. Rex- Jeepster
    Elvis Costello- Pump It Up
    Elvis Costello/The Attractions- (I Don't Want To Go To) Chelsea

    Chris Carter w/ Bill Wyman of Rolling Stones
    Rolling Stones- 19th Nervous Breakdown
    Rolling Stones- Monkey Man
    Rolling Stones- In Another Land

    Faces- Maybe I'm Amazed
    Rod Stewart- (I Know) I'm Losing You
    Small Faces- Itchycoo Park
    Faces- Debris

    Close
    Spinal Tap- Big Bottom
    Dramarama- What Are We Gonna Do?
     
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    ON AT THE TOP ^ OF THE HOUR (9am ET) Sirius/Xm Ch. 21
    Little Steven's Underground Garage

    Even though there is no running “theme” on this show, its so chock full of British nuggets the theme is simply “coolness”. We also play a whole bunch of new/old songz we’ve never played on this show before from the likes of Roderick Stewart, Alexis Korner, Cliff Richard & The Shadows (together), Mick Ronson, Bryan Ferry and The Strypes (not together) – And a Chinn/Chap set and some extra early Bowie (Jones)

    What a mess ..... what a blast!

    Switch ON…Tune IN
    Followed by Andrew Loog Oldham…(very British)
     
  9. HecticArt

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    :clueless:
     
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    Davie Jones and the King Bees!

    17 year old David Bowie's first musical outting - his version of Paul Revere's 1963 song 'Louie Go Home ...
    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NcKZl0EYhVI]Davie Jones & The King Bees - Louie Louie Go Home - 1964 45rpm - YouTube[/ame]


    Davie Jones And The King Bees - Liza Jane
    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmstTTqTpis]Davie Jones And The King Bees - Liza Jane - YouTube[/ame]
     
  11. HecticArt

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    I thought it looked like those two.
    Didn't realize they had a band together and I should have looked them up.

    :bigthumbup:
     
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    Sirius/Xm Ch. 21
    Little Steven's Underground Garage

    This week we will travel with The Small Faces, The Kinks, The Move, The Clash and Mott The Hoople.

    We’ll celebrate the birth of Mr. Graham Nash by playing The Hollies plus maybe even Immigration Man!…

    A Nick Lowe/Strypes/Rockpile/Dave Edmunds theme set…

    Cliff Richard, Billy Fury, Adam Faith, David Bowie, The Zombies, Peter & Gordon, Twiggy and lots of Beatles…

    PLUS Author of Rolling Stones GEAR/Chesterfield King Andy Bubiuk phones in….


    Switch ON…Tune IN
    Followed by Andrew Loog Oldham…(very British)
     
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    British Invasion Playlist Feb. 2nd 2014

    OPEN

    The Small Faces- Itchycoo Park- Immediate Single
    The Kinks- Holiday In Waikiki- Face To Face (Reprise) Oct. 1966
    The Move- Down On The Bay- Message From The Country (Harvest) 1971
    The Clash- Lost in the Supermarket- London Calling (Epic) 1979
    Mott The Hoople - All The Way From Memphis - MOTT

    BREAK VT 1
    1963, Cliff Richard and The Shadows started a 14-week run at No.1 on the UK album chart with 'Summer Holiday'
    Cliff Richard and the Shadows- It’ll Be Me- single, Aug. ‘62/32 Minutes and 17 Seconds with Cliff Richard, Sept. ’62
    (Columbia [EMI])

    Adam Faith - It's Alright 1965
    Billy Fury - Nothin' Shakin' (But The Leaves On The Trees)
    Tony Sheridan - Shake It Some More single, ‘65

    BREAK VT 2
    1966, The Rolling Stones released '19th Nervous Breakdown' it peaked at No.2 on the UK singles chart

    The Rolling Stones released '19th Nervous Breakdown
    The Moody Blues-True Story- The Magnificent Moodies (Decca) 1966
    The Zombies -Just Out Of Reach -UK Decca Single / CD Zombie Heaven 1966
    The Dave Clark Five - Try Too Hard (Epic) 1966
    Peter & Gordon - Lady Godiva late `66

    BREAK VT 3
    The Strypes – Heart Of The City- Snapshot, Sept. ’13 (Virgin EMI Records)
    Nick Lowe - So It Goes- Jesus of Cool (Stiff) March 1978
    Rockpile- Wrong Again (Let’s Face It)- Seconds of Pleasure¬, Oct. ‘80
    Dave Edmunds – I Hear You Knockin` – 6 weeks #1 in the IK Xmas 1970
    Nick Lowe - Ba Doom – Nick The Knife

    BREAK VT 4
    1963, The Beatles played at the Gaumont Cinema, Bradford on the opening night of the nationwide Helen Shapiro UK tour. The Beatles were at the bottom of the six-act bill playing just four songs, 'Please Please Me’, ‘Chains’, ‘Keep Your Hands Off My Baby’ and ‘A Taste of Honey

    Helen Shapiro – I Don’t Care – Single Columbia 1963
    The Beatles - A Taste of Honey – Please Please Me
    The Beatles - Please Please Me – Please Please Me (McCartney-Lennon)
    The Beatles – Chains – Please Please Me (Goffin-King)

    BREAK VT 5
    The Beatles - I Want to Hold Your Hand - A Collection Of Beatles Oldies
    Gigi Parker And The Lonlies - Beatles, Please Come Back
    George Harrison – When We Was Fab – Cloud 9

    BREAK VT 6
    Americans who were influenced by the Beatles the real effects of the British Invasion….

    The Byrds - You Won't Have To Cry - Mr. Tambourine Man
    The Flamin' Groovies- You Tore Me Down- Groovies Greatest Grooves (Sire Records) 1973
    The Monkees - Let's Dance Again- The Monkees (Colgems) 1966
    Paul Revere & The Raiders- Let Me- The Legend Of Paul Revere (Columbia) 1969
    The Laughing Dogs – It Feels Alright Tonight – Live @ CBGB’s /Sire 1976
    The Ramones – Here Today Gone Tomorrow – Rocket To Russia

    BREAK VT 7
    1942, Born on this day, Graham Nash

    The Hollies- Just One Look- UK Parlophone Single 1964
    The Hollies - On A Carousel
    The Hollies - Carrie Anne
    Hollies King – King Midas In Reverse
    Graham Nash & David Crosby – Immigration Man – #32 1972 debut LP…only solo Top 40

    BREAK VT 8
    The Lindy’s - Train Of Love – (Paul Anka)
    Lulu and the Luvvers- Shout- single, Summer ‘64
    Twiggy: When I Think of You – Single 1967
    Marianne Faithfull- As Tears Go By
    Some non American chicks to sing for yer Sunday

    BREAK VT 9
    Andy Bubiuk Calls in and pick Stones songs

    The Rolling Stones – Mothers Little Helper
    The Rolling Stones – Time Waits For No One
    The Rolling Stones - Shattered

    CLOSE
    The Strypes – Hometown Girls – Snapshot
    David Bowie- Everything’s Alright – Pin Ups
    Small Faces – Lazy Sunday
     
  14. SIRIUSaboutXM

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    ON AT THE TOP ^ OF THE HOUR (9am ET) Sirius/Xm Ch. 21
    Little Steven's Underground Garage

    To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Beatles arrival in America and appearance on the Ed Sullivan show, we will be dedicating this entire February 9th program to what we’re calling The British Invasion Year 1.

    Every song played that Sunday will have been released between February 1964 and February 1965 featuring;
    The Rolling Stones, Peter & Gordon, The Animals, The Zombies, The Yardbirds, The Dave Clark 5ive, The Kinks, and of course The Beatles performance on the Ed Sullivan Show!


    Switch ON & Tune IN as we celebrate The Beatles coming to America….or what Little Steven likes to call the BIG Bang of Rock’n’Roll!

    Sunday February 9th 9AM/12Mid – (ET)

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