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WHERE THE ACTION IS 1966 - VOLUME 2

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WHERE THE ACTION IS 1966 VOLUME 2
U.S. TV show. Four complete 30 minute episodes including original groovy commercials!

Aug-3-66. The Robbs: "Shapes of Things to Come." Roy Orbison: "Mean Woman Blues," "Dream Baby." Shades of Blue: "Lonely Summer," "Oh, How Happy." Tina Mason: "You Better Come Home." Steve Alaimo: "Hey Girl."

Aug-10-66. The Four Tops: "Something About You," "Loving You is Sweeter." Lesley Gore: "Off and Running," "It's My Party." Action Kids dance to: "Summer in the City." Interview with "Smitty" from Paul Revere & the Raiders: Smitty says, maybe if Pete Best had practiced more he'd still be with the Beatles.

Sep-6-66. Major Lance: "The Beat," "Dark and Lonely." Paul Revere & the Raiders: "My Generation." The former "American Beatles," The Razor's Edge: "Let's Call It A Day Girl," "True Patron of the Arts." The Robbs: "Blowin' In the Wind." Steve Alaimo & Keith Allison: "Charlie Brown," "Yakety Yak." Interview with "Fang" from Paul Revere & the Raiders: Fang says, he wants to be in a movie!

Dec-23-66. The Turtles: "Can I Get to Know You Better," "You Baby." Paul Revere & the Raiders: "Laugh At Me." The Hard Times: "Fortune Teller. Tina Mason & Tommy Roe: "There's Got To Be A Word." Keith Allison: "Lonely Weekends." Action Kids dance to: "You Keep My Hanging On." Interview with Mark Lindsay and "Fang" from Paul Revere & the Raiders: Talk about touring and their new bus. Two-hours.


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