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GO!! SHOW, THE 1966 - Volume 2

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The GO!! Show was Melbourne, Australia's most up-tempo and rocking teenage music TV show and was modeled on Britain's Ready Steady Go! and America's Shindig!

Filmed before a live audience, The GO!! Show featured a mod look and English beat-group sound and (almost exclusively) featured local Melbourne performers. Lots of chunka-chunka guitar beat!

THE GO!! SHOW 1966
AUS. TV Show. Aug-22-66. ATV Channel 0, Melbourne. Compered by Johnny Young. Merv Benton: "It's Love Baby." The Twilights: "Bad Boy." Yvonne Barrett: "Send Her Away." Annette Steele: "Secret Love." The Groop: "I'm Satisfied." The Strangers: "Put Yourself In My Place." The Richard Wright Group: "No No No." Yvonne Barrett: "I Walk Alone." Ja-ar: "The End." The Groop: "Empty Words." Johnny Young: "Sunny." The Twilights: "Needle In A Haystack."

THE GO!! SHOW 1966
AUS. TV Show. Nov-28-66. ATV Channel 0, Melbourne. Compered by Johnny Young. The Mixtures: "Koko Joe." Crispian St. Peters: "But She's Untrue." Denise Drysdale: "Dancing In The Streets." The Deakins: "Tonight You're Gonna Fall In Love." Johnny Young: "Uptight." Annette Steele: "We're Gonna Stand Upon a Mountain." Tony Barber: "Lookin' For A Better Day." The Strangers: "Paperback Writer." Crispian St. Peters: "You Were On My Mind." The Mixtures: "Lose Your Money." Denise Drysdale: "Rescue Me." Johnny Young: "You Got What It Takes." The Deakins: "Look & Learn." Annette Steele: "Who Am I." Normie Rowe: "Ooh La La." Tony Barber: "I Don't Want You Like That." Crispian St. Peters: "Pied Piper."

Plus this bonus selection...

AUS. documentary. Excellent quality. A fascinating look at the mid-60s youth culture scene in Melbourne, Australia. Hosted by chain-smoking reporter Douglas Panther. The film is loaded with terrific interviews from some of the major "faces" of the Melbourne scene including pop singer Lynne Randell, model Jenny Ham, Thumpin' Tum (a happening club) owner, singing duo Bobby & Laurie, poet Adrian Rawlins and band manager David Flint.

Priceless footage of Melbourne in '66 includes: drag races, fashions, music scenes and shops, radio stations and discotheques. There are also some brilliant music clips of the Loved Ones performing, highlighting the thriving mid-60s Australian music scene.

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