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The Oldies Music Board » A Classic Oldies Music Special Not Seen Since 1965 Resurfaces On PBS » March 8, 2021 8:02 pm

jthyme
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I had a pretty decent bootleg copy (on DVD from video) several years back.  I did not see the PBS airing but I did see the line-up. I just looked at the synopsis from the ORIGINAL airing and these acts were edited out of the PBS airing:
Jan & Dean - One Piece Topless Bathing Suit
Tom Jones - It's Not Unusual
Johnny Mathis - Wild Is The Wind
Bill Cosby - comedy
Dave Clark Five - I Like It Like That
Ray Charles - full medley of hits (??)

The Oldies Music Board » What A Scream » January 18, 2021 4:36 pm

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Another good one is in GOING ALL THE WAY by The Squires.

The Oldies Music Board » What A Scream » January 16, 2021 10:48 am

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Roger Daltrey (The Who) - Won't Get Fooled Again
*mic drop*

The Oldies Music Board » Sopwith Camel » November 26, 2020 6:31 pm

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Several years back, I was able to get ahold of drummer Norman Mayell and sent him a video of the group doing "Monkeys On The Moon".  In return, he sent me two different "Hello Hello" clips the band did on Where The Action Is.

The Oldies Music Board » Music Groups in Old TV shows » September 2, 2020 5:54 pm

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Thanks, Lorne.  I guess my 64 year old brain still works after all!!

Tim Buckley - The Monkees
Peter Noone/Mark Lindsay/Richie Havens/Spencer Davis/Robby Krieger/John Sebastian - Married With Children
Peter Noone/Davy Jones - My Two Dads

 

The Oldies Music Board » Music Groups in Old TV shows » September 1, 2020 6:29 am

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Dave Clark Five - Lucy In London
Paul Anka - Make Room For Daddy
Jan & Dean - Redigo
 

The Oldies Music Board » Music Groups in Old TV shows » September 1, 2020 5:28 am

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Nope.  No database.  I started collecting in 1985 and sold my collection 3 or 4 years ago.  Those were seriously the ones I could remember off the top of my head, of things I had.

The Oldies Music Board » Music Groups in Old TV shows » August 31, 2020 7:21 pm

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I know of a ton of them:
Standells - Bing Crosby Show (...as The Bedbugs)
Sonny & Cher - Man From U.N.C.L.E
Boyce & Hart - I Dream Of Jeannie
Boyce & Hart - Bewitched
Boyce & Hart - Flying Nun
Frank Zappa - The Monkees
The Seeds - Mothers In Law (....as The Warts)
Buffalo Springfield - Mannix
Roy Orbison - Dukes Of Hazzard
Righteous Brothers - Please Don't Eat The Daisies
Bobby Darin - Cade's County
Bobby Darin - Ironside
Bobby Darin - Run For Your Life
Bobby Darin - Burke's Law
Bobby Darin - Wagon Train
Chad & Jeremy - Batman
Chad & Jeremy - Laredo
Chad & Jeremy - Dick Van Dyke Show
Paul Revere & The Raiders - Batman
Lesley Gore - Batman
Frankie Avalon - It Takes A Thief
Frankie Avalon - Burke's Law
Bobby Rydell - Make Room For Daddy
Annette - Make Room For Daddy
Annette - Hondo
Annette - Burke's Law
Annette - Wagon Train
Bobby Sherman - Honey West
Davy Jones - The Farmer's Daughter
Davy Jones - Ben Casey
Micky Dolenz - Cannon
Micky Dolenz - My Three Sons
Micky Dolenz - Adam 12
Micky Dolenz - Peyton Place
The Castaways - Never Too Young
Freddy Cannon - Never Too Young
Mel Carter - Never Too Young

I could go on and on................those are just a few off the top of my head.
 

The Oldies Music Board » Dave Clark Five Back On The UK Charts » February 23, 2020 11:01 am

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-The DC5 were on the Ed Sullivan show a record 18 times

Proven to be yet another lie put out by Dave Clark himself.  They were only on 13 times, not 18.  I wrote to the archive company (Andrew Solt Productions) several years back and they gave me the dates and song titles that the group did.  Even the person that responded to me said "Yes, we know what Dave Clark has been saying but it's always been a lie."
Clark also claims that they, too, were viewed by 70 million people on tv.  Ahhhhh, no.  That claim only goes to The Beatles (73 million viewers for their first Sullivan appearance).  ON AVERAGE, the Sullivan show had less than 15 million viewers each week.
He also says the group sold over 100 million records worldwide.  Another lie......it is closer to 50 million.
Don't get me wrong, I love the DC5 hits as much as anybody else, but I don't like Dave Clark, the person.  He has never written a song in his life.  He paid ghostwriters like Ron Ryan to write them and then claimed he, himself, wrote them.  He has also gone back on his word by NOT paying for some songs that sold quite well. I could go on and on about Dave's lies but I won't........the facts are out there on the 'net.  All you have to do is a little research and talk to the right people.
 

The Oldies Music Board » British Invasion: Poll » May 24, 2019 8:04 pm

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The Yardbirds
The DC5
The Hollies

Guilty pleasure
Cilla Black
 

The Oldies Music Board » Soundtracks » January 25, 2019 8:22 am

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A Hard Day's Night
Help
Valley Girl
American Graffiti

The Oldies Music Board » Oldies Acts Still Performing » January 1, 2019 8:58 pm

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Jay & The Americans with Jay #3.  They sound great as ever (IMHO) and Sandy, Marty and Howie are super nice guys to talk to, as well.
Little Anthony & The Imperials
Gary Puckett
Chubby Checker
Brian Hyland
Johnny Tillotson
The Mystics

 

The Oldies Music Board » Glad Board Continues » January 1, 2019 8:51 pm

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Hi All.  I would also like to thank Lorne and everybody else involved with this board.  I really didn't post much on the other board but I was a lurker.  ha ha ha  My real name is Gary but I go by jthyme.  Glad to be here but I just can't promise how much I will post but I'm sure you'll get my 2 cents worth at times.

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