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LIVERPOOL A-GO-GO 1965

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LIVERPOOL A-GO-GO 1965
U.S. TV special. Excellent quality. Bob Wooler, Cavern Club DJ and compere, takes us on a tour of Liverpool to see popular beat groups and local sights. Merseybeat groups perform at the Cavern Club, on a double-decker bus, aboard the Royal Isis (Mersey River beat cruise), the courtyard of the Town Hall in Castle Street, and the sea shore at New Brighton.

Musical performances: The Fourmost: "Today I'm In Love," "Baby Baby" and "Hello Little Girl" (the first song ever written by John Lennon). The Mersey Monsters: "Watch Your Step." The Richmond Group: "You Can't Judge a Book by the Cover."  The Clayton Squares: "Unchain My Heart," "How Do You Feel?" and "Hallelujah! I Love Her So." The Hideways: "Boom Boom." The Hoboes: "The Last Time." The Spinners: "Dirty Old Town." Tiffany: "I Know," "Reelin and Rockin'" and "Some Things Are Better Left Unsaid."

Segment on the Beatles' Liverpool homecoming for the world premier of, "A Hard Day's Night."  Bob Wooler shows us areas of Liverpool still torn apart from WWII bombing. At the New Brighton seaside carnival, we see the "Helter Skelter" ride made famous on the Beatle's White Album. Note: Liverpool A-Go-Go was made for the U.S. market. TV guide lists a Los Angeles, Channel 9 airing on Sep-4-65 and describes it as: "A filmed-on-location hour featuring the new musical groups from the city that spawned the Beatles."

Plus this bonus selection...

READY STEADY GO 1964
U.K. TV. Complete episode. Dec-11-64. Comperes Keith Fordyce and Cathy McGowan introduce: Georgie Fame & Blue Flames (live): "Monkeying Around" and "Yeh Yeh." The McKinleys: "Sweet and Tender Romance." Kenny Lynch: "On My Own Two Feet." Tony Jackson and the Vibrations: "You Beat Me to the Punch."  John Watson and the Hummelflugs: "Looking for Love." Rufus Thomas (live): "Walking the Dog" and "Jump Back." Dick and DeeDee: "Thou Shalt Not Steal." Gerry and the Pacemakers: "Ferry Cross The Mersey," "Why Oh Why" and "My Babe."


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