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ANDY WILLIAMS PSYCHEDELIC 1968

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Double Feature!

ANDY WILLIAMS PSYCHEDELIC 1968
U.S. TV show. Super psychedelic Andy Williams TV special entitled:
"H. Andrew Williams Kaleidoscope Company." Andy must have been psychedelicized to get behind this project! Includes original commercials.

There are lots of prism and trippy effects (that rival some of the most way-out LSD movies of the time). Includes songs written especially for the show. Dig Andy's Nehru jacket! Andy sings several songs including: "With A Little Help From My Friends."

Guest artists include: Ray Charles, The Raelets, Simon & Garfunkel, Burt Bacharach and Mama Cass Elliot. Ray Charles talks about his classical music training, plays a sonata, then breaks into "The Mess Aroundoo." Then he gets up and wails on the saxophone!

Ray Charles: "I'm Movin' On," "I Can't Stop Lovin' You," "Wha'd I Say." Simon & Garfunkel: "Mrs. Robinson," "Scarborough Fair /Canticle," "Old Friends, Bookends." Mama Cass (first solo appearance): "Words/Words of Love," "You've Got Your Troubles," "I Had A King." Burt Bacharach conducts: "Alfie," "Walk On By," "Always Something There To Remind Me," "The Look of Love," "What's New Pussycat," "Say A Prayer," "What The World Needs Now." Note: Time Code bottom of screen.

Plus this bonus selection...

THE MILTON BERLE SHOW 1966
U.S. TV show. Sketch variety show featuring the Yardbirds performing: "Happenings Ten Years Time Ago." Cool psychedelic video effects during song. Other guests: Dorothy Loudon, Liberace, Pat McCormick, Sidney Spritzer and Mitchell Ayres.

Liberace plays a smokin' version of "Rhapsody In Blue" and in a skit he portrays a hardhat jackhammer worker. Typecasting? No!


ANDY WILLIAMS PSYCHEDELIC 1968 TV Show on DVD!




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