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THE!!!! BEAT - VOLUME 1 & 2

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THE!!!! BEAT was a 1/2 hour syndicated Rhythm & Blues and Soul music TV show out of Nashville, Tennessee. It ran for one year (1966) and all the episodes were in color. THE!!!! BEAT was hosted by pioneering R&B disc jockey Bill "Hoss" Allen who interviewed the artists and kept the proceedings moving along.

Many of the songs were performed live in the studio with house band, The Beat Boys, led by the R&B legend, Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown. The show featured black go-go dancing girls wearing white go-go boots and fringe-flying mini-skirts!


Note: This title comes on two discs.

THE!!!! BEAT! – Show #1
U.S. TV show. Jan-31-66. Little Milton: "We're Gonna Make It," "Blind Man," "Who's Cheating Who." Esther Phillips: "I Could Have Told You," "Just Say Goodbye." Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown: "Instrumental," "Okie Dokie Stomp," "Instrumental." Frank Howard and the Commanders: "Shotgun."

THE!!!! BEAT! – Show #2
U.S. TV show. Feb-1-66. Joe Tex: "A Sweet Woman Like You," "Hold On To What You Got." Etta James: "Only Time Will Tell," "Something's Got A Hold On Me." Little Milton: "We've Got The Winning Hand." Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown: "Instrumental," "Instrumental," "Funky Mama." Frank Howard and the Commanders: "It Didn't Work Out That Way."

THE!!!! BEAT! – Show #3
U.S. TV show. Feb-1-66. Esther Phillips: "And I Love Him." Lattimore Brown: "I Got You," "I'm Not Through Loving You." Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown: "Instrumental." Etta James: "I'm So Sorry For You." Roscoe Shelton: "Money," "Easy Going Fellow." Etta James, Lattimore Brown, Esther Phillips, Roscoe Shelton & Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown: "What'd I Say."

THE!!!! BEAT! – Show #4
U.S. TV show. Feb-14-66. Lee "Shot" Williams and Gerri Taylor: "Tighten Up Your Game." Carla Thomas: "Comfort Me," "Move On Drifter." Art Grayson: "When I Get Home." Cleo Randle: "Big City Lights." Mighty Joe Young: "Suffering Soul." Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown & Johnny Jones: "Funky Jones." Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown: "Have You Ever Been Mistreated," "Instrumental," "Instrumental."

THE!!!! BEAT! – Show #5
U.S. TV show. Feb-15-66. Jimmy Church: "The Duck." Joe Tex: "Fresh Out Of Tears." Carla Thomas: "Another Night Without My Man," "Baby Let Me Be Good To You." Cleo Randle: "The Best Man I Ever Had." Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown & Johnny Jones: "Hitch Hike." Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown: "Fiddlin'." Frank Howard and the Commanders: "Land Of A Thousand Dances." Lee "Shot" Williams, Cleo Randle, Jimmy Church & Frank Howard: "If I Had A Hammer."

THE!!!! BEAT! – Show #6
U.S. TV show. Feb-15-66. Jimmy Church: "I Can't Turn You Loose," "Uptight Out Of Sight." Freddie King: "Hide Away," "I Love The Woman." Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown: "Summertime," "Jamaica Farewell." Gerri Taylor: "Empty Arms and Bitter Tears." Frank Howard and the Commanders: "Try Me." Jimmy Church with Freddie King, Gerri Taylor & Frank Howard: "Don't You Want A Man Like Me."

THE!!!! BEAT! – Show #7
U.S. TV show. Feb-16-66. Barbara Lynn: "What'd I Say," "You'll Lose A Good Thing." The Kelly Brothers: "I'm Falling In Love Again," "Amen," "I'd Rather Have You." Little Gary Ferguson: "I Got You." Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown: "When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again," "Fiddle Instrumental." Mighty Joe Young: "Tell Me Why You Want To Hurt Me So."

THE!!!! BEAT! – Show #8
U.S. TV show. Feb-16-66. Barbara Lynn: "Money," "It's Better To Have It," "What'd I Say." The Kelly Brothers: "I'm Falling For You," "You're That Great Big Feeling." Art Grayson: "I Got Soul." The Beat Boys: "Billy's Bounce." Joe Tex: "The Love You Save May Be Your Own," "If Sugar Was As Sweet As You." Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown: "12th Street Rag."

THE!!!! BEAT! – Show #9
U.S. TV show. Feb-16-66. Freddie King: "San Ho Zay," "I'm Tore Down." The Carnations: "I'm So Glad To Be In Love." Little Gary Ferguson: "I Got My Mojo Workin'." Johnny Jones: "Pickin' Berries." Charles "Charlie" Hodges: "There Is Love," "Can I Run To You." Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown: "Polk Salad And Hokie." Jimmy Church: "The Tennessee Waltz."

Note: This title comes on two discs.


THE!!!! BEAT – VOLUME 1 & 2 - SOUL and R&B TV on DVD!


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