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MURRAY THE "K" IN NEW YORK 1967

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MURRAY THE "K" IN NEW YORK 1967
U.S. TV show. Written and produced by Murray the "K." Very cerebral. I think you're supposed to be high when you watch this.

Murray the "K" welcomes you to the "Aquarian Age" and invites you to watch some phantasmagoric happenings that include music and trippy film sequences. As Murray says, the program, "Reflects the attitudes of today's young generation." Murray gets deep! He says, "Each song and each scene has a symbolic meaning, but it allows the audience to interpret it in any way they want."

Artists performing on film include: The Doors: "People Are Strange." Aretha Franklin: "Baby, I Love You" and "R-E-S-P-E-C-T." The Association: "Windy." Spanky And Our Gang: "Sunday Mornin'." Richie Havens: "No Opportunity Necessary."

Otis Redding dances with little children and sings, "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction." Huh? He also sings, "The Glory Of Love." Other music heard over film sequences: Simon and Garfunkel: "At The Zoo." The Doors: "Light My Fire." Jim and Jean: "Didn't Catch the Title." Vintage footage of Murray the "K" set to, "A Day In The Life" by the Beatles. Murray dances his butt off! He's good too!

Plus this bonus selection...

OUTTAKES - MURRAY THE "K" IN NEW YORK 1967
Cool outtakes! The director calls out directions using a bullhorn to people wearing stockings on their heads! He tells them to walk into the camera lens. Also, the Doors, "People Are Strange." The microphone picks up whispered comments among the Doors. It's interesting listening to them talk about the scene they're filming. It was around this time that the Doors played the Ed Sullivan show and the famous "Young Lion" photo of Morrison was taken.

Note: There are a couple of minutes of video distortion on this title.


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