American Bandstand will leave Philadelphia (and lose its East Coast vibe) and move to Los Angeles on Feb-8-64. These are the Saturday, one-hour shows. The final weekday show was Aug-30-63.
U.S. TV show. Jan-11-64. Very good quality. 4:3 aspect ratio. In-person performance by The Crystals who sing "Little Boy" and are interviewed. In-person performance by Freddy Cannon who sings "Abigail Bleecher" and is interviewed.
The number one record is: Bobby Vinton: "There, I've Said It Again." The Rate-a-Record segment features, Round Robin: "Slauson Shuffle Time" and Johnny Jack: "True Love At First Sight."
The kids in the studio dance to; The Rip Chords: "Hey Little Cobra," Cliff Richard: "It's All In The Game," The Supremes: "When the Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes," Jimmy Clanton: "Red Don't Go With Blue," Little Joey and the Flips: "Bongo Stomp," Lenny Welch: "Since I Fell For You," The Marketts: "Out Of Limits."
U.S. TV show. Aug-22-64. Very good quality. 4:3 aspect ratio. In-person performance by Jan & Dean who sing "Sidewalk Surfing," are interviewed and demonstrate skateboarding techniques. Fabian appears in-person and is interviewed by Dick and talks about the film, "Ride The Wild Surf." Major Lance appears in-person and sings, "Rhythm" and is interviewed.
Number one song this week; Bobby Freeman: "C'Mon and Swim." The kids in the studio dance to; Johnny Rivers: "Maybellene," Little Anthony and the Imperials: "I'm On The Outside Looking In," Johnny Tillotson: "Worry," Billy Strange: "James Bond Theme," Brenda Lee: "Alone With You," The Newbeats: "Bread And Butter," Erma Thomas: "Anyone Who Knows What Love Is (Will Understand)."
Plus this bonus selection...
SWINGIN' TOGETHER 1962
U.S. TV pilot. Bobby Rydell leads a rock n roll band (Bobby Day and His Four Knights) on the road playing one-night stands on their way to fame. Great twist and rock n roll!
BANDSTAND 1964 - Volume 2 TV Show on DVD!