Shindig 60's Music Series 6 Complete Episodes Vol 15 2DVD set

Shindig 60's Music Series 6 Complete Episodes Vol 15 2DVD set

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Excellent quality Pro-shot broadcast recordings of Shindig, recorded live during 1965.  DVD has a total running time of  205 minutes.   Quality is about 8/10, and setlist is as follows:

 

December 23, 1965

--Dave Clark 5 - "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah" (excerpt) and "Can't You See That She's Mine?" (opening medley taken from the 16Dec64 Shindig!).
--Gerry & The Pacemakers - "Jambalaya."
--Billy J Kramer & The Dakotas - "Trains and Boats and Planes."
--Ian Whitcomb - "High Blood Pressure."
--The Moody Blues - "I Go Crazy."
--The Yardbirds - "I Wish You Would."
--Anne Sydney - "The Boy with the Woolly Sweater."
--The Wellingtons - "Go Ahead and Cry" (taped in US).
--Lulu & the Luvvers - "Shout" (Finale, closing credits).

 

December 25, 1965

1965 Christmas show:
--Johnny Mathis - "On A Wonderful Day Like Today."
Commercial: Listerine.
Jimmy O'Neill intro.
--Johnny Mathis - "Misty."
--Johnny Mathis - "Maria" & "Tonight Tonight" (both songs from "West Side Story").
Commercial break: ABC promo for "Blue Light" – series with Robert Goulet.
--Johnny Mathis – Christmas medley: "Marshmallow World," "Rudolph, the Red Nose Reindeer" (with Our Young Generation), "Winter Wonderland," "Carol Of The Bells"/"Ding Dong" (with Our Young Generation).
--Johnny Mathis -"Sounds of Christmas."
Commercial: Stri-Dex acne medication (with Jimmy O'Neill).
--Johnny Mathis - "I'll Be Home for Christmas."
--Our Young Generation – "Hey Look Me Over" (from the Broadway musical "Wildcat").
--Johnny Mathis and Our Young Generation - "The Sweetheart Tree" (75 seconds).
--Johnny Mathis – "Moon River."
--Johnny Mathis and Our Young Generation – "Hey Look Me Over" (closing titles).
--Johnny Mathis – "Oh Holy Night."

 

December 30, 1965

The Hollies - "Too Much Monkey Business" (opening song).
Manfred Mann - "Watermelon Man."
The Blossoms - "That's When the Tears Start" (taped in US).
Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames - "Yeh, Yeh."
The Who - "Daddy Rolling Stone."
Marianne Faithfull - "There But for Fortune" (clip from 14-Oct-1965).
The Hollies - "Just One Look."
Adam Faith - "Dig That Kind of Beat" (clip from 6-Jan-1965).
Gerry and the Pacemakers - "Ferry Cross the Mersey."
Manfred Mann - "5,4,3,2,1."
The Kinks - "Milk Cow Blues" (with closing credits).

 

January 1, 1965

--Opening credits with George Chakiris (guest host) and woman dancing (to song possibly titled "Never Trust in Time.")
--Footage of Molin Rogue dancers.
--Françoise Hardy sings "Petite Couer."
--At the Colosseum in Rome, George Chakiris sings "What's New Pussycat?" to Italian film actress Liana Orfei.
--Dancers shown rehearsing at Club Pigalle in London.
--George Chakiris - "Name of the Game Is Love"
--Shirley Bassey (performing at the Mayfair Club in London) - "A Lot of Living to Do," "He Loves Me" & "It's Yourself."
--Closing comments by George Chakiris and Liana Orfei, followed by closing titles.

 

January 6, 1965

--Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas - "My Babe" (opening song).
Jimmy O'Neill intro.
--The Who - "I Can't Explain" (clip originally aired Oct. 2, 1965)
--Dave Berry - "Little Things."
--Ian Whitcomb - "Robinson Crusoe."
--Sandie Shaw - "Long Live Love."
--The Kinks - "I Gotta Move."
--The Barron Knights - "Pop Go the Workers" (Novelty song spoofing pop groups and their songs: the Rolling Stones' "Last Time," Freddie and the Dreamers' "I'm Telling You Now" and the Supremes' "Baby Love.").
--Twinkle - "Boy of My Dreams."
--The Who - "My Generation."
--Ian Whitcomb - "Hound Dog" (finale, closing credits).

 

January 8, 1965

Opening medley (song excerpts):
1. Jackie DeShannon - "C. C. Rider."
2. Bobby Sherman, Dick and Dee Dee - "Reelin' & Rockin'."
3.Billy Preston, the Knickerbockers - "Jenny, Jenny" (end of medley).

Jimmy O'Neill announces that Shindig will be saluting ABC's Second Season (new shows beginning in January) on this show.
--Dick and DeeDee - "Lightnin' Strikes" (a salute to "Batman").
--The Blossoms - "Good Good Lovin'."
--Jackie DeShannon - "We Can Work It Out."
--The Knickerbockers - "Lies."
--Bobby Sherman - "Michelle" (Jackie DeShannon cameo) (a salute to the series "Blue Light").
--The Knickerbockers - "Let Me Be" (a salute to "The Double Life of Henry Phyfe").
--Jackie DeShannon - "As Tears Go By."
--The Wellingtons - "Flowers on the Wall."
--Dick and Dee Dee - "Don't Think Twice, It's Alright."
--Billy Preston - "Uptight."

Finale with closing credits:
1. The Knickerbockers - "C.C. Rider."
2. Billy Preston, Bobby Sherman & Jackie DeShannon - "Jenny, Jenny."
3. Dick and DeeDee - "C.C. Rider."

 

January 8, 1965

7 Nights to Remember Previews for 1966-67

 

 

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