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DROP IN 1963-1965 (Swedish Teenage Music TV Show)

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Drop In was a popular teenage music television program from Stockholm, Sweden that featured home grown Swedish artists as well as the "new" Liverpool and British Invasion groups. The hosts for Drop In were Kersti Adams-Ray and Kjell Eriksson.

DROP IN 1963
S.E. TV show. Oct-30-63. Complete show. Excellent quality. This episode features The Beatles performing live. The Beatles were positioned so close the audience that their microphone stands were literally at the feet of the kids in the front row.

In addition to the Beatles other artists include Swedish favorites Lil-Babs: "It's My Party." Gals & Pals: "Bossa Nova USA." Boris and Doris. The house band is, "The Telstars." The Beatles perform: "She Loves You," "I Saw Her Standing There," "Twist and Shout," and "Long Tall Sally." Thin time code.

DROP IN 1963
S.E. TV show. Dec-1-63. Complete show. Excellent quality. This episode features Gerry and the Pacemakers performing live. Swedish artists include Michael Cox: "Stand Up" and "I've Been Thinking." The Telstars and Gals & Pals: "500 Miles." Osten Warnerbring performs a sort-of beatnik number. Monika Lind. Gerry and the Pacemakers perform: "A Shot Of Rhythm & Blues," and "How Do You Do It?" Thin time code.

DROP IN 1965
S.E. TV show. Jan-13-65. Complete show. Excellent quality. This episode features The Honeycombs. Stomping Swedish beat group, the Dee Jays perform: "Farmer John," and "Long Tall Shorty." Other Swedish artists include: Git Hill: "Downtown." Bob Asklof: "I Love You." The Kays. The Honeycombs perform: "Have I The Right," "Is It Because," "That's The Way," and "She's Too Way Out." Thin time code.


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