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SOMETHING ELSE 1970-71

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Something Else was a weekly half-hour music TV series, hosted by comedian John Byner that ran from 1970 to 1971. The show featured then-popular rock and folk artists lip-synching to their latest hits. Episodes were filmed at various interesting locations and also featured the Action Faction Dancers. Something Else was like an adult version of "Where The Action Is."

Note: This title comes on two discs.

SOMETHING ELSE 1970-71
U.S. TV show. Episode 4. Location: New Orleans' French Quarter. Artists: Pete Fountain, Evie Sands, Taj Majal, and Gary Puckett & Union Gap. Episode 12. Location: Palm Springs, California. Artists: Rick Nelson, Hamilton Camp, The Cufflinks, and Susan Barrett. Episode 19. Location: Catalina Island, California. Artists: Ides Of March, Bobbi Martin, Jack Wild, and Crabby Appleton.

Episode 21. Location: Newport Beach, California. Artists: Poco, Mark Lindsay, Linda Ronstadt, and Flying Burrito Brothers. Episode 22. Location: Malibu Beach, California. Artists: Shocking Blue, Blues Image, and Smith. Episode 29. Location: Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood, California. Artists: Johnny Mathis, Iron Butterfly, Ami Rushes , John Hartford.

Episode 30. Location: Los Angeles, California. Artists: Kathy Smith, Richie Havens, John Hartford, and Denny Brooks. Episode 32. Artists: Judy Mayhan, Dr. John The Night Tripper, Bobby Bloom, and John Hartford. Episode 33. Location: San Franciso Bay Area, California. Artists: Carla Thomas, Bush, Cold Blood, and Creedence Clearwater Revival.

Note: The quality of this title is somewhat below our usual high standard but is still very watchable and enjoyable.


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