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HOLLYWOOD PALACE : ROCK N ROLL VOLUME 2 (1967-70)

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The Hollywood Palace was a popular Saturday night variety TV show that ran from 1964 to 1970 and originated from the Hollywood Palace theatre on Vine Street in Hollywood across from the Capitol Records tower. In addition to vaudeville-type acts, the show also featured terrific mid-sixties rock n roll.

HOLLYWOOD PALACE : ROCK N ROLL VOLUME 2 (1967-70)
U.S. TV compilation. Rock n roll from the Hollywood Palace! Artists include: Buffalo Springfield (4/8/67): "For What It's Worth," "Mr. Soul." The Cyrkle (4/22/67): "Turn Down Day." The Association (9/5/67): "Never My Love." Ravi Shankar (9/5/67): "Evening Raga." Annette Funicello (9/12/67): "Promise Me Anything." Spanky & Our Gang (9/19/67): "Makin' Every Minute Count." The Grass Roots (12/5/67): "Let's Live For Today."

Boyce & Hart (12/12/67): "I Wanna Be Free," The Last Train to Clarksville," "I Wonder What She's Doing Tonight." Dino, Desi & Billy (2/10/68): "My What a Shame." Merry Go Round (3/16/68): "Live," "Listen, Listen." The Hollies (3/23/68): "Jennifer Eccles." The Beatles (3/30/68): "Lady Madonna" promo film. Every Mother's Son (4/20/68): "Put Your Mind at Ease." Janis Joplin & Big Brother and the Holding Company (10/26/68): "Summertime," "I Need a Man to Love." Spanky & Our Gang (11/2/68): "Give a Damn," "Yesterday's Rain."

Aretha Franklin (11/2/68): "I Say a Little Prayer." Donovan (11/9/68): "Jennifer Juniper," "Lalena." Donovan with Sergio Mendes (11/9/68): "There is a Mountain." The Bee Gees (11/23/68): "Massachusetts," "I've Gotta Get a Message to You." Marvin Gaye (1/11/69): "I Heard it Through the Grapevine." Sweetwater (10/11/69): "Motherless Child." The Youngbloods (11/22/69): "Get Together," "Sunlight." The Brooklyn Bridge (1/17/70): "He's Not a Happy Man."

In addition to the rock n roll performances; there is also interesting banter between the guests host(s) and the artists. Of particular note: Don Adams intellectually embarrasses Janis Joplin, Milton Berle gets weird with Spanky and Our Gang, Mike Douglas gets philosophical with Donovan and many other golden TV moments!


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