Shindig 60's Music Series 8 Complete Episodes Vol 13 2DVD set

Shindig 60's Music Series 8 Complete Episodes Vol 13 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  225 minutes.   Quality is about 8/10, and setlist is as follows:

 

October 28, 1965

Opening medley (song excerpts):
1. The Newbeats - "Everything's All Right"
2. Dinah Lee - "What Kind of Love Is This"
3. The Toys, Jerry Naylor - "Why Do Fools Fall in Love?"
4. The Shindogs - "Reelin' & Rockin'" (end of medley)
Other songs (in broadcast order):
--Dinah Lee - "I'm Walkin'"
--Glen Campbell - "Working for the Man"
--The Toys - "A Lover's Concerto"
--The Blossoms and the Wellingtons - "Run Baby Run" excerpt
--The Newbeats - "Run Baby Run"
--Manfred Mann - "One in the Middle"
--Jerry Naylor - "Everybody Loves A Clown"
--The Shindogs - "Someday Someday" (with Jimmy Durante cameo)
--Jack E. Leonard - "I'm Sitting On Top of the World"
--Glen Campbell, Dinah Lee, Jerry Naylor - "Road Runner"
--The Newbeats - "Bread and Butter"
--The Shindogs, Glen Campbell - "Do You Wanna Dance?" (finale, with closing credits)

 

October 30, 1965

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Opening medley (song excerpts):
1. Billy Preston (playing organ) - instrumental song
2. Bobby Sherman - "Help"
3. Bobby Sherman with the Wellingtons - "I'm Down"
4. Jackie and Gayle, Ted Cassidy (as Lurch), the Blossoms, and the Spokesmen - "Get on the Right Track Bobby" (end of medley)
--Jimmy O'Neill talks with guest host Boris Karloff.
--Jim Doval and the Gauchos - "Tell Me What You're Gonna Do"
--Jackie and Gayle - "Everyone's Gone to the Moon."
--Bobby Sherman - "Memphis"
--The Spokesmen - "There But For Fortune"
--Boris Karloff recites (then almost sings) the lyrics for "The Peppermint Twist"
--The Wellingtons - "Some Enchanted Evening"
--The Gauchos with Billy Preston - "Bony Moronie"
--Jimmy O'Neill talks with Boris Karloff and Ted Cassidy. Cassidy appears without Lurch makeup.
--Boris Karloff announces next week's guests.
--Bobby Sherman - "You Can't Sit Down" (finale, closing credits)

"Missing" songs (missing from current copies but listed on an ABC stock-footage printout, possibly song excerpts or part of a medley):
--Boris Karloff - "Monster Mash"
--Ted Cassidy - "The Addams Family" & "The Lurch"
--Jim Doval and the Gauchos - "Out of Sight"
--Jim Doval - "Bella's Bash"
--The Gauchos & Billy Preston - "Bony Moronie"
--The Wellingtons - "Scully Gully"

November 4, 1965

Jimmy O'Neill intro
--Louis Armstrong - "Sleepy Time Down South"
--Louis Armstrong and band play instrumental song.
--Louis Armstrong & band - "Indiana" (instrumental) & "The Bucket's Got A Hole in It"
--Jewel Brown (vocalist with Armstrong's band) - "I Left My Heart in San Francisco"
--Louis Armstrong - instrumental song
--Louis Armstrong - "Blueberry Hill" and "Hello Dolly"
--Louis Armstrong sings "When the Saints Come Marching In" and introduces a few of the band members.

November 6, 1965

Opening medley (song excerpts):
1. Billy Joe Royal - "Down in the Boondocks."
2. Fontella Bass - "Jim Dandy."
3. The Strangeloves - "Roll On Mississippi."
4. Jackie Wilson - "The Way I Am" (end of medley).
--The Rolling Stones - "Good Times" (segment recorded in England).
--Fontella Bass - "Rescue Me."
--The Strangeloves - "Cara Lin."
--Jackie Wilson - "I Believe I'll Love On."
--Billy Joe Royal - "I've Got to Be Somebody."
--Tony and the Bandits - "It's a Bit of All Right" (band from Cincinnati, Ohio - winners of a Shindig band contest).
--The Rolling Stones - "Have Mercy" (clip recorded in England).
--Billy Joe Royal - "I Knew You When."
--Fontella Bass - "Everyday I Have to Cry."
--The Strangeloves - "I Want Candy."
--Finale: Jackie Wilson - "Baby Workout" (with closing credits).

November 11, 1965

--Louis Armstrong and his band - "Sleepy Time Down South"
--Louis Armstrong - "Struttin' With (Some) Barbeque" (including Band's Intro)
--Louis Armstrong and band - "I've Got A Lot Of Living To Do"
--Taree Glenn and band - "Avalon" (Louis Intro)
--Jewel Brown and band - "My Man"
--Louis Armstrong and his band - "Mack The Knife"
--Louis Armstrong and his band - "Ole Miss"
--Louis Armstrong and the All-Stars - "I've Got a Lot of Living to Do"

November 13, 1965

Opening song: The Righteous Brothers - "Justine."
--Donna Loren - "Where Have All the Flowers Gone?"
--Rick Nelson - "Live and Learn."
--Barbara Lewis - "Make Me Your Baby."
--The Turtles - "Your Ma Said You Cried" (a.k.a."Your Ma Said You Cried in Your Sleep Last Night").
--The Righteous Brothers - "Guess Who?"
--David Jones (pre-Monkees Davy Jones) - "What Are We Going to Do?"
--The Turtles - "Let Me Be."
--Roy Head - "Treat Her Right"
--Rick Nelson - "I Catch Myself Crying"
--Barbara Lewis - "Baby I'm Yours"
--The Righteous Brothers - "Fannie Mae"
--Roy Head - "Apple Of My Eye"
--Finale: The Gentrys - "Keep On Dancing" (with closing credits)

November 18, 1965

Dr. Goldfoot is planning to kidnap a teenager named Malcolm Andrews. The evil doctor wants the classified government information that has been stored in Malcom's brain. Hugo (Harvey Lembeck) and Diane (Susan Hart) help Goldfoot abduct the teen. Diane distracts 00½, the agent who is supposed to be guarding Malcom. Goldfoot and Hugo take Malcom to the doctor's castle.

November 20, 1965

Guests (songs are not in broadcast order & some songs may be abridged):
--Don Ho and Allis - "I'll Remember You"
--Len Barry - "1-2-3"
--Tommy Sands - "The Statue" & "Just a Little Bit Better"
 --Ian Whitcomb - "You Turn Me On" & "That's Rock 'n' Roll"
--Billy Preston - "Ain't That Peculiar?"
--Bobby Sherman - "Honolulu Lulu"
--Bobby Sherman and Donna Loren - "Roses and Rainbows"
--Donna Loren - "Take Me in Your Arms" and "My Heart Sings"
--The Shindogs - "I Live for the Sun"

 

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