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BANDSTAND 1967 - Volume 3

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It's mid-1967 and the vibe on American Bandstand seems to be moving past the psychedelic era. A kid slyly rolls his eyes after answering "yes" when asked by Dick if he likes Indian music.

BANDSTAND 1967
U.S. TV show. Jun-10-67. Mark Lindsay (of Paul Revere and the Raiders) appears in-person and is interviewed. He talks about life on the road and introduces new group member Freddy Weller. Question Mark (of the Mysterians) appears in-person and sings, "Girl (You Captivate Me)."

The Hollywood Hotline features disc jockey "Danny Williams "The Rockin' Bird" from KOMA, Oklahoma City. His song pick is, The Mamas and Papas: "Monday Monday."

The Top-Ten is loaded with '60s goodness! Number one song this week; Paul Revere and the Raiders: "Him Or Me." The Rate-a-Record segment features, The Things: "Jazz-Rock With Soul" and Horatio and The Hornblowers: "Watch My Dust."

The kids in the studio dance to, The Five Americans: "Sound Of Love." The Mamas and Papas: "Creeque Alley." Spanky and Our Gang: "Sunday Will Never Be The Same."

BANDSTAND 1967
U.S. TV show. Sep-9-67. A group of groovy girls model mod rain gear, boots and umbrellas. Brenton Wood appears in-person and sings, "Gimme Little Sign" and "Oogum Boogum." Brenton is interviewed.

George Harrison is mentioned during the introduction of Ravi Shankar who appears on film and performs, "Pather Panchali." The Hollywood Hotline features disc jockey Dave Reinhart from WSAI Cincinnati, OH. His song pick is, The Temptations: "My Girl."

The Top-Ten looks at the top songs of the past 10 years. The studio audience wants to hear, The Coasters: "Charlie Brown" from 1959. It's odd that while the song is playing posters of Bob Dylan and San Francisco Summer of Love are shown.

A groovy film is shown, featuring Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart singing, "Out And About." The Rate-a-Record segment features, The Precisions: "If This Is Love" and The Janetts: "Puntor."

The kids dance to, The Royal Guardsmen: "Snoopy and the Red Baron." The Five Americans: "Zip Code." Johnny and the Hurricanes: "Red River Rock." Sheb Wooley: "Purple People Eater." Incomplete.

Plus this bonus selection...

DRAGNET 1967
U.S. TV Show. "The Big High." The Shipleys live an upscale Los Angeles suburb. They are professional people—they smoke pot—and think there's nothing wrong with it. Such a horrific ending Joe Gannon throws up!


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