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READY STEADY GO! - UNRELEASED & ALTERNATE - No.2 1960s

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Ready Steady Go! - Unreleased & Alternate - No.2 contains some rare video material that was not commercially released on VHS in the 1980s—and some video that was—but assembled into alternative programs containing different segments.

READY STEADY GO! - #5
U.K. TV show. Great quality. In the opening Keith Fordyce mentions that the Beatles are currently, "Knocking them dead in America." The Moody Blues: "Lose Your Money." Gene Pitney and Dusty Springfield both recorded, "24 Hours From Tulsa." The song is played at 78 rpm and contestants guess which version is playing. Both Gene and Dusty mine to the 78-rpm version until it's slowed down to reveal it's Dusty singing.

Dusty Springfield: "Losing You." Gene Pitney: "I'm Going To Be Strong." Top British dancer Patrick Kerr introduces a new dance to Sugar Pie Desanto's, "I Don't Wanna Fuss." P.J. Proby: "I Believe." Dave Clark Five: "Over and Over." The Rolling Stones (with Andrew Loog Oldham and Cathy McGowan) mine to Sonny and Cher's, "I Got You Babe." The Who: "Anywhere Anyhow." The Rolling Stones: "Satisfaction."

READY STEADY GO! - #6
U.K. TV show. Great quality. Gerry & The Pacemakers: "It's Gonna Be Alright." Top youth dancers Patrick Kerr and Theresa Confrey introduce a dance they learned at NYC's Peppermint Lounge called "The Hitch Hiker." They dance to The Orchids: "Gonna Make Him Mine." Helen Shapiro sings "Look Who It Is" while the Beatles give her encouragement...except George tries to hit her! Dusty Springfield interviews dancer Theresa Confrey who, along with the studio audience, dances to Rick Nelson's, "Fools Rush In."

The Beach Boys, "Help Me Rhonda." The Dave Clark Five, "Everybody Knows." Stevie Wonder performs a drum solo. The studio audience dances to The Jaynettes, "Sally Go 'Round the Roses." Dusty Springfield interviews Ringo who reveals the other Beatles Coc....err...shoe sizes. He them imitates Donald Duck. Simon Scott: "My Baby's Got Soul." Kenny Lynch: "Stand On My Own Two Feet." Dusty Springfield interviews The Beatles. John wants to see her scabs! "She Loves You." Keith Fordyce interviews The Beatles.

READY STEADY GO! - #7
U.K. TV show. Great quality. The Isley Brothers: "Stagger Lee." Keith Fordyce interviews Martha Reeves. Martha & the Vandellas: "Heatwave." Marvin Gaye: "Can I Get a Witness." The Dave Clark Five, "Catch Us If You Can." Footage of DC5 in the studio recording, "Having A Wild Weekend." Keith Fordyce interviews the Beatles about the "Mersey Sound" and writing songs for their new film. Kim Weston: "A Little More Love." The Beatles: "Baby's In Black" and "Kansas City"

READY STEADY GO! - #8
U.K. TV show. Great quality. Dusty Springfield asks George Harrison about his guitars. The Beatles: "Twist and Shout." The Animals: "Baby Let Me Take You Home." Keith Fordyce asks Eric Burdon about how the Animals got their start. Lulu: "Shout." Lulu is interviewed about how she got to make a record. Patrick Kerr introduces a new dance to the Rolling Stones, "Not Fade Away."

Millie Small: "My Boy Lollipop." Manfred Mann: "Do Wah Diddy." Dave Clark Five: "Glad All Over." The studio audience dances to the Four Seasons: "Rag Doll." Gerry & The Pacemakers: "Ferry 'Cross the Mersey." Paul McCartney judges a mine contest where girls mine to Brenda Lee's, "Jump the Broomstick." Cathy McGowan interviews Peter Cooke & Dudley Moore who then sing, "Goodbye-ee."


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