From The Underworld New Years Eve Special Part 1 playlist and show


The Herd – From The Underworld – 3:19

Barry McGuire – Eve Of Destruction – 3:35

Ray Wylie Hubbard – New Years Eve At The Gates Of Hell – 3:31 (The Grifters Hymnal)

Collective Soul – Welcome – 3:57 (Collective Soul)

The Moody Blues – Lovely To See You – 2:34 (Time Traveller)

Bad Touch ft. Mollie Marriott – Baby Get It On – 3:19

Broken Witt Rebels – Loose Change – 2:55 (BWR)

Lynyrd Skynyrd – Georgia Peaches – 3:07

Drive-By Truckers – A Ghost To Most – 4:24

Smokey Robinson & The Miracles – A Fork In The Road – 3:30

Ben E King – Goodnight My Love – 2:41

Greta Van Fleet – Highway Tune – 2:55

Fireroad – Leave My Heart – 4:29 (I Got Sound)

The Clash – Lose This Skin – 4:59 (Sandinista)

The Ruts – Something That I Said – 4:04

Stone Temple Pilots – Sin – 6:08

Big Head Todd & The Monsters – Black Beehive – 3:28

Johnny Tillotson – Poetry In Motion – 2:24

Chuck Prophet – Bad Year For Rock & Roll – 3:39 (Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins)

Rolling Stones – Gimme Shelter – 4:31 (Let It Bleed)

The Kinks – Tired Of Waiting For You – 2:27

The Kinks – Waterloo Sunset – 3:10

Love Affair – Rainbow Valley – 3:41

The Who – Real Good Looking Boy – 5:42

Lincoln Durham – Reckoning Lament – 3:11 (The Shovel Vs The Howling Bones)

Jim Suhler – Little Red Rooster – 4:31

George Thorogood & The Destroyers – Get A Haircut – 3:51

Otis Redding & Carla Thomas – New Year’s Resolution – 3:19

Otis Redding – Love Man – 2:13

Bryan Ferry – The Times They Are A-Changin’ – 3:40 (Dylanesque)

Sweet – Fox On The Run – 4:47 (Desolation Boulevard)

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About Brian Ager

I grew up in a house full of music as my family always had the radio on. In 2014 I met Mike Jones who said he did a show on Phoenix FM, asked if I was interested, and on May 17th the first ever "From The Underworld" was broadcast. I want listeners to hear something different to what's on mainstream radio but don't want to restrict the style of music I play, so anything from 60s pop through to modern rock and everything in between is on the menu. When people ask me why I love music so much, my stock answer and - I suppose - my motto is "Music is one of the few things that never lets me down".