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BANDSTAND 1967 - Volume 2

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The vibe on American Bandstand is distinctly "Groovy!" Music and fashions have embraced the "With It Now Generation!" Dick says it's, "Way out and mind expanding!"

BANDSTAND 1967
U.S. TV show. May-6-67. Excellent quality. 4:3 aspect ratio. The Electric Prunes appear in-person and sing, "Get Me To The World On Time." Brenda Holloway appears in-person and sings, "Just Look What You've Done." Brenda is interviewed.

Telephone Hotline features Jeff Beck speaking to a teenager in the studio audience about his leaving the Yardbirds and how he's forming a new group, which doesn't yet have a name.

The Top-Ten is loaded with '60s goodness! Number one song this week; The Supremes: "The Happening." The Rate-a-Record segment features, the Cascades: "Hey Little Girl Of Mine" and Nettie's Children: "Paint The Little Girl Blue." The Spotlight Strobe Light Dance features, The Music Explosion: "Little Bit 'O Soul."

The kids in the studio dance to, Tommy James and the Shondells: "Mirage." Jeff Beck: "Hi Ho Silver Lining." Ronnie Dove: "My Babe." Eric Burdon and The Animals: "When I was Young." The Bob Crewe Generation: "Miniskirts in Moscow." More!

BANDSTAND 1967
U.S. TV show. May-13-67. Excellent quality. 4:3 aspect ratio. The Merry Go-Round appear in-person and sing, "Live." The group is interviewed. Jerry Butler appears in-person and sings, "You Walked Into My Life" and "I Dig You Baby." Jerry is interviewed.

Telephone Hotline features Grace Slick speaking to a teenager in the studio audience about trying not to be redundant when she's writing songs.

The Top-Ten is loaded with '60s goodness! Number one song this week; Dave Clark Five: "You Got What It Takes." The Rate-a-Record segment features, Age Of Reason: "Your Love Is Like A Magnet " and Eddie Armen: "Ask Me No Questions." The Spotlight Strobe Light Dance features, The Four Seasons: "Sherry."

The kids dance to, James & Bobby Purify: "Shake A Tail Feather." The Jefferson Airplane: "Somebody To Love." The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band: "Buy Me For The Rain." Cannonball Adderley: "Walk Tall." The Who: "Happy Jack." Whistling Jack: "I Was Kaiser Bill's Batman." More!

Plus this bonus selection...

VANCOUVER'S HUMAN BE-IN 1967
Inspired by love-ins in the U.S., all the hippies and flower children of Vancouver, Canada gather in Ceperley Meadow in Stanley Park to dance, listen to music, fly kites, make merry and turn on!


BANDSTAND 1967 - Volume 2 TV Show on DVD



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