Shindig 60's Music Series Complete Episodes Vol 5 2DVD set

Shindig 60's Music Series Complete Episodes Vol 5 2DVD set

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Excellent quality Pro-shot broadcast recording of Shindig, recorded live during 1965.  DVD has a total running time of  228 minutes.   Quality is about 8/10, and setlist is as follows:

 

Disk One:

Opening medley (song excerpts):
1. Bobby Sherman - "All Day and All of the Night."
(The Shindogs perform an excerpt from "Eight Days a Week" between each song.)
2. Suzy Kaye - "Really Saying Something."
3. Roy Clark - "Shake."
4. Jerry Cole and Russ Titleman - "Little Things" (Bobby Goldsboro song).
5. Joe Tex - "Keep on Keeping On."
6. The Shindogs, the Gauchos - "Eight Days a Week" (end of medley, Shindig logo).

Other songs (not in broadcast order):
--The Rolling Stones - "Heart of Stone" and "Suzie Q" (clips probably taped in England).
--Joe Tex - "Hold On What You've Got."
--The Chambers Brothers - "People Get Ready."
--Jay & The Americans - "Let's Lock The Door," "At the Club" and "Come a Little Bit Closer."
--Little Eva - "Let's Turkey Trot," "I Want You To Be My Boy" and "Locomotion."
--Dave Berry - "My Baby Left Me" (clip probably taped in England)
--Roy Clark - "Lumberjack Man," and "The Wind Always Blows In Chicago."
--Johnny Tillotson - "Angel."
--Bobby Sherman - "Good Night," and "Yeah, Yeah."
--Suzy Kaye - "Jerk And Twine."
--The Gauchos - "Everyday."
--The Shindogs - "Midnight Special" and "A Big Hunk 'O Love."
--John Andrea - "Comin' Home" ("I'm Coming Home").
--The Shindig dancers - sing "Busy Signal."
Finale: Joe Tex and Darlene Love - "Yes Indeed" (with closing credits).

 

March 10, 1965

Opening song: "Rock 'n' Roll Music" (performed by the Beau Brummels, Donna Loren, Bobby Sherman, Mickey Rooney, Jr. and Dobie Gray).

Other songs (not in broadcast order):
--Aretha Franklin and Ray Johnson - "Mockingbird" duet.
--Aretha Franklin - "Can't You Just See Me?"
--Beau Brummels - "Laugh, Laugh" & "Queen of the Hop."
--Dobie Gray - "The 'In' Crowd."
--The Drifters - "At the Club."
--Tony Bennett - "Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)" and "I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plan" (2nd song is abridged).
--Bill Medley - "Old Man Rive.r"
--The Righteous Brothers - "This Little Girl of Mine" (Plus, the finale).
--The Everly Brothers - "Wake Up Little Susie," "That'll Be the Day" and "Bird Dog."
--John Andrea - "Volare."
--Donna Loren - "I'm Ready."
--Donna Loren and Bobby Sherman - "Just One Look."
--Bobby Sherman - "Somebody to Love."
--The Shindogs - "I'm A Loser" and "King of the Road."
--Mickey Rooney, Jr. - "40 Days."
--The Shindig dancers (Maria Ghava & 2 other dancers) sing "Give Him A Great Big Kiss."

Finale: The Righteous Brothers - "Ko Ko Mo" (with closing titles).

 

Disk two:

March 24 1965

Opening medley (song excerpts):
1. Dick and Dee Dee – "Do You Wanna Dance?"
2. Shirley Ellis – "Name Game"
3. Bobby Sherman - "King Creole" (end of medley)
--The Shindogs, the Ray Pohlman Band - "Shotgun"
--Shirley Ellis and Jackie Wilson - "Gonna Mess Up a Good Thing"
--Dick and Dee Dee – "Be My Baby" (not the Ronettes song)
--The Ray Polman Band & the Wellingtons - "Rah Rah Shindig" (a.k.a. "Rah Rah Rockingham")
--The Tradewinds – "New York's a Lonely Town"
--The Blossoms – "Peaches and Cream"
--The Shindogs - "Baby Please Don't Go"
--Donna Loren – "Goldfinger"
--The Standells – "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood"
--Shindig dancers with Ray Pohlman – "South Street"
--The Shindogs - "I've Got A Tiger by the Tail"
--The Wellingtons – "If I Fell"
--Jewel Atkins – "The Birds and the Bees"
--Dick and Dee Dee – "How Do You Do It"
--Jackie Wilson – "Danny Boy"
--Bobby Goldsboro – "Little Things"
--Shirley Ellis – "The Clapping Song"
-- Bobby Sherman – "Hello Mary Lou"
--The Standells – "Come Home"
--Jackie Wilson – "Sing" Jimmy O'Neill & Jack Good talk with Ray Polman
Finale: Glen Campbell - "Do the Clam" (with closing credits)
Additional song?
--The Shinding Band - "Twine Time"

 

March 31 1965

Opening medley (song excerpts):
1. The Wellingtons - "It's A Big Wonderful World" (Jimmy O'Neill quickly stops the song)
2. Adam Faith & the Wellingtons – "Roll Over Beethoven"
3. The Blossoms – "Johnny B. Goode"
4. Bobby Sherman – "Sweet Little Sixteen"
5. Delaney Bramlett – "Memphis"
6. Joey Cooper – "Maybelline"
7. Sylvie Vartan, Chuck Berry – "Reelin' & Rockin'"
8. Chuck Berry – "Rock ‘n' Roll Music" (end of medley)

Other songs (not in broadcast order):
--Chuck Berry - "Dear Dad" & "Back in the U.S.A."
--Roosevelt "Rosie" Grier - "It's Not Unusual"
--Adam Faith - "Talk About Love," "It's Alright" excerpt & "Lucille"
--Billy Fury - "I'm Lost Without You"
--Sylvie Vartan - "Money" and "Twist and Shout"
--The Spats - "Boney Maronie" & "Gator Tails and Monkey Ribs"
--Bobby Sherman – "It Hurts Me" and "Roberta"
--The Blossoms, the Wellingtons, Ray Pohlman, and the Shindig Band - "Woe Tom"
--The Blossoms - "Land of A Thousand Dances"
--Jerry Mason - "Viva Las Vegas"
--Jerry Cole and the Shindig Band - "Come Over to my Place"
--The Shindogs - "The Race Is On" and "Shakin' All Over"
--Jackie and Gayle - "If I Loved You" and "I'll Save the Last Dance for You"
--John Andrea - "Loddy Lo"
Finale: Adam Faith, Bobby Sherman, Jackie & Gayle – "It Sounds Good to Me" (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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