Shindig 60's Music Series Complete Episodes Vol 1 2DVD set

Shindig 60's Music Series Complete Episodes Vol 1 2DVD set

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Excellent quality Pro-shot broadcast recording of Shindig, recorded live during 1964.  DVD has a total running time of  232 minutes.   Quality is about 8/10, and setlist is as follows:


Shindig pilot taped July 11, 1964: Opening medley (song excerpts): 1. Delaney Bramlett & the Angels - "Tom Dooley" 2. The Blossoms - "Don't Hang Up" 3. Pat and Lolly Vegas - "Hard Day's Night" 4. Hollywood All Stars and the Blossoms - "Shout" 5. The Righteous Brothers - "Shout" & "(Up Above My Head) There's Music in the Air" 6. Little Richard - "Joy Joy Joy" (end of medley) Jimmy O'Neill intro --The Hollywood All Stars - "Jamica Ska" --Righteous Brothers - "Little Latin Lupe Lu" --Jody Miller - "Saved" --Delaney Bramlett - "Gambling Man" (Woody Guthrie song) --The Angels - "Chapel of Love" --Pat and Lolly Vegas - medley: "La Bamba" & "Twist and Shout" --Delaney Bramlett - "Memphis" --The Blossoms - "(I Do The) Shimmy Shimmy" --Righteous Brothers - "Ko Ko Joe" --Little Richard - "Bama Lama Bama Loo" --Little Richard - "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On" (with closing credits)


Sept 16 1964

Opening medley (song excerpts):
1. "(Up Above My Head) There's Music in the Air" (performed by Jackie and Gayle)
2. "Yes, Indeed" (performed by the Wellingtons and the Blossoms)
3. "Gonna Build a Mountain" (performed by Jackie & Gayle)

4. "(Up Above My Head) There's Music in the Air" reprise (performed by Jackie and Gayle, the Righteous Brothers and the Everly Brothers) (end of medley)
--Shindig dancers (singing to picture of Bobby Sherman) - "If I Had a Talking Picture of You" (1920's song)
--Bobby Sherman - "Back Home Again in Indiana"
--The Wellingtons – "Tzena, Tzena, Tzena"
--Jackie and Gayle - "The Girl from Ipanema"
--Sam Cooke - "Tennessee Waltz"
--The Everly Brothers - "You're the One I Love"
--Donna Loren - "Wishin' and Hopin'"
--The Righteous Brothers - "This Little Girl of Mine"
--Alan Sues (comedian doing an imitation of Liberace)
--Bobby Sherman - "Hello Dolly" (duet with Shindig dancer Maria Ghava)
--The Everly Brothers - "Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo"
--Sam Cooke - "Blowing in the Wind"
--Alan Sues (again, as Liberace)
Finale: The Everly Brothers and Sam Cooke - "Lucille" (with closing credits)


Sept 23, 1964

1. Alan Sues, Jerry Cole - "Ain't She Sweet?"
2. The Cables and the Blossoms - "Cannon Ball"
3. The Righteous Brothers, with Jody Miller and Pamela Bennett - "California Here I Come" (end of medley)

Other songs (in broadcast order):
--Jody Miller - "Yes, My Darling Daughter" (1940's song)
--The Righteous Brothers - "Koko Joe"
--Pamela Bennett - "And I Love Him" (folk singer performing a Beatles' song).
--Comedy bit: Alan Sues sings "Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey."
--Bobby Freeman - "C'Mon And Swim"
--The Righteous Brothers - "My Babe"
--Delaney Bramlett - "You Never Can Tell"
--Alan Sues comedy bit
--Darlene Love - "You'll Never Get To Heaven (If You Break my Heart)"
--The Cables - "Way Down Yonder in New Orleans"
--Johnny Rivers - "Maybelline" and "Memphis."
--Jody Miller -"Saved" (with closing credits)


Sept 30, 1964

Opening song:
--"He's Got the Whole World in His Hands" (performed by Jackie and Gayle, The Newbeats, and The Walker Brothers).
Other songs (in broadcast order):
--The Walker Brothers - "Slow Down"
--The Blossoms - "Tell Him"

--Gale Garnett - "We'll Sing in the Sunshine"
--Jerry Cole - "Oh, Pretty Woman"
--The Newbeats - "Bread and Butter"
--John Bill - "House of the Rising Sun"
--Jackie and Gayle - "A Summer Song"
--The Walker Brothers - "Do Wah Diddy"
--Bobby Sherman - "Have I the Right?"
--Donna Loren - "It's Alright"
--Round Robin – "Who's the Roundest of Them All?" (with closing credits).


Disk Two:

Oct 7, 1964

Show taped in London:
--The Beatles - "Kansas City/Hey Hey Hey Hey" (opening song).
--Karl Denver Trio - "Wimoweh."
--Lyn Cornell - "Fever."
--Tommy Quickly - "Stagger Lee."
--Sandie Shaw - "(There's) Always Something There to Remind Me."
--Sounds Incorporated - "Sounds like Locomotion."
--P.J. Proby - "You'll Never Walk Alone" and "Hold Me."
--The Beatles - "I'm A Loser" and "Boys."


Oct 14, 1964

--Adam Faith – "It's Alright" (opening song).
--Manfred Mann – "Do Wah Diddy" (performance taped in England).
--Bobby Sherman – "You Make Me Happy."
--Elkie Brooks – "Nothing Left To Do but Cry" (performance taped in England).

--Roy Orbison – "Oh, Pretty Woman."
--The Hondells – "Little Honda" (clip with Teri Garr and other dancers on back of motor scooters).
--Adam Faith – "Big Time."
--The Everly Brothers – "Let It Be Me" and "Gone Gone Gone."
Finale: Roy Orbison – "Wha'd I Say?" (with closing credits)


Oct 21, 1964

--Donna Loren - "Down the Line" (opening song).
--Willy Nelson - "Jump Back" (not Willie Nelson, the country singer).
--Jackie Wilson - "She's Alright."
--Bobby Sherman - "Man Overboard."
--The Blossoms - "Dancing in the Street."

--Bobby Sherman (with the Chambers Brothers) - "I'm Crying."
--Donna Loren - "That's What Love Is Made Of."
--Jay and the Americans - "Come A Little Bit Closer."
--The Righteous Brothers - "Let The Good Times Roll."
--The Honeycombs - "Have I the Right?" (performance taped in England).
Finale: Jackie Wilson - "Baby Workout" (with closing credits).


Oct 28, 1964

--Billy J Kramer & The Dakotas – "Da Doo Ron Ron" (opening song).
--Leon Russell (singing & playing piano) – "Hi Heeled Sneakers."
--Dick and Dee Dee – "Freight Train."
--The Blossoms – "Baby Love."
--Chris Crosby – "The Glory of Love" (Bing Crosby's nephew).

--Dick and Dee Dee – "Thou Shalt Not Steal."
--The Wellingtons – "For All We Know."
--Bobby Sherman – "You Really Got Me" (with The Shindig Band including Russ Titleman).
--Billy J Kramer & The Dakotas - "Little Children" and "From A Window."
Finale: Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas – "Great Balls of Fire" (with closing credits).



This region-free DVD-R is in NTSC format and will play on most Gaming consoles and DVD Players made since 2000, and comes in a FULL SIZE DVD case (US orders only), with cover art and track listing.

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