St. Kilda , Australia , Evening Show , 02 – 24 – 1966. Broadcast. Melbourne radio station 3UZ was located at the top of Bourke St, in the city's centre. The DJ's would interview rock stars on the roof overlooking the street. Fans flocked in such large numbers to see bands, like the Rolling Stones, that they regularly stopped traffic. 01 - The Last Time 02 - Mercy Mercy 03 - She Said Yeah 04 - Commercial 1 05 - Play With Fire 06 - Not Fade Away 07 - Thats How Strong My Love Is 08 - Commercial 2 09 - Get Off Of My Cloud 10 - Commercial 3 11 - Satisfaction Commercial LINK
Renaissance are an English progressive rock band, most notable for their 1978 UK top 10 hit "Northern Lights" and progressive rock classics like "Mother Russia" and "Ashes Are Burning". In January 1969, former Yardbirds members Keith Relf, and Jim McCarty organised a new group devoted to experimentation between rock, Folk, and classical forms. This quintet — Relf on guitar & vocals, McCarty on drums, plus bassist Louis Cennamo, pianist John Hawken, and Relf's sister Jane Relf as an additional vocalist — released a pair of albums on Elektra (US) and Island (UK-ILPS 9112), the first one, titled simply "Renaissance", being produced by fellow ex-Yardbird Paul Samwell-Smith. Live At Carnegie Hall was a 1976 live double album by Renaissance. It presented songs from all of the band's Annie Haslam-era studio albums thus far, including the forthcoming (at the time of the concerts) Scheherazade and Other Stories. Disc 1 01 - Prologue 02 - Ocean Gypsy 03 - Can You Understand 04 - Carpet Of The Sun 05 - Running Hard 06 - Mother Russia Disc 2 01 - Scheherazade 02 - Ashes Are Burning LINK
Sam Gopal (also called Sam Gopal's Dream) is an underground British Psychedelic rock band. The band is named after its founder, Sam Gopal, born in Malaysia. From the age of seven, he played tabla, a northern Indian percussion that replaced drums in the band. On 28 April 1967, the band performed at The 14 Hour Technicolor Dream, a UK Underground event organised by the International Times at Alexandra Palace. The line-up was Sam Gopal on Tabla, Mick Hutchinson on guitar, and Pete Sears on bass guitar and organ. Other performing bands included Pink Floyd, The Pretty Things, Savoy Brown, The Crazy World of Arthur Brown, Soft Machine, and The Move. Sam Gopal Dream played at the UFO Club, The Electric Garden in Covent Garden (later to become Middle Earth), The Roundhouse, and Happening 44. They later played the Christmas on Earth Show at Olympia in London with Traffic, Jimi Hendrix and Pink Floyd. Jimi Hendrix later sat in with the original Sam Gopal Dream at London's Speakeasy Club. After the original band broke up in 1968, Sam formed a new line-up which included vocalist Lemmy. He was a singer-guitarist with Sam Gopal, before becoming the bassist of Hawkwind and, in 1975, the founder, singer and bassist of Motörhead. Sam Gopal's album Escalator was recorded in 1968 and released in 1969.
01 - Cold Embrace 02 - The Dark Lord 03 - The Sky Is Burning 04 - You're Alone Now 05 - Grass 06 - It's Only Love 07 - Escalator 08 - Angry Faces 09 - Midsummer Night's Dream 10 - Season Of The Witch 11 - Yesterlove
Sir Henry and his Butlers was a Danish rock/popgroup which was formed during the summer of 1964 in Copenhagen, Denmark. The group is mostly known for its two front figures Ole "Sir Henry" Bredahl and especially Tommy Seebach and also the song Let's Go. Characteristic for the group has been Ole Bredahl as organiser, whereas the rest of the ensemble of Sir Henry and his Butlers have been changed many times since the creation of the group. The band is a continuation of another band called Five Danes which was desolved in the spring of 1964. In the beginning, this new band consisted of Ole "Sir Henry" Bredahl (vocals, bass), Carsten Elgstrøm (guitar) together with Leif Davidsen (drums). As a trio they participated in a The Danish Beatles competition in Holte Hallen in April of 1964. Shortly thereafter the band was expanded with Poul Petersen (guitar) and Leif Davidsen was replaced with Jens Bøgvad, former the Flintones. The group became popular around the Copenhagen music venues, in particular at Bakkens Place Pigalle where they played as house orchestra. This was a result of their single debut Hi-Heel Sneakers/Sick and Tired from 1964. During the autumn of the same year the band got there breakthrough with the release of their second single Let's Go. The single became a hit, not only in Denmark, but also in Sweden and Norway and the sale of the single exceeded 50,000 copies. Disc 1 01 - I Hear You Knockin' 02 - Toy Balloons 03 - Hi Heel Sneakers 04 - Sick And Tired 05 - Let's Go (Live) 06 - Johnny B. Goode (Live) 07 - Giddy Up A Ding Dong 08 - You're So Mystifying 09 - Zeep Dee Doo Dap 10 - Times A-Getting Hard 11 - You Never Can Tell 12 - Stupidity 13 - Heart Of Stone 14 - I'm A Hog For You 15 - Something Else 16 - The Birds And The Bees 17 - The Zoo 18 - Lawdy Lawdy Blues 19 - Sweet Little Rock And Roller 20 - I'm Just A Rolling Stone 21 - I Can Tell 22 - Sweet And Tender Romance 23 - Money Honey 24 - One Night (Live) 25 - Sick And Tired (Live) 26 - A Hard Days Night (Live) 27 - Times A-Getting Hard 28 - I'm A Hog For You 29 - Sea Cruise 30 - Lawdy Lawdy Blues Disc 2 01 - Eve Of Destruction 02 - It Keeps Raining 03 - White Christmas 04 - Jingle Bells 05 - Don't Send Me No Flowers 06 - Hey Sah-Lo-Ney 07 - She Belongs To Me 08 - My Gal Is Red Hot 09 - I'll Be On My Way 10 - My Baby Don't Care 11 - By The Light Of The Silvery Moon 12 - A Tisket, A Tasket 13 - If You Want Me To Need You 14 - Praying Soldier 15 - Well Alright 16 - Beautiful Brown Eyes 17 - Jenny Take A Ride 18 - Baby You Lie 19 - Marianne 20 - Do The Hucklebuck 21 - Lovers Of The World United 22 - Something You Got 23 - Bad Boy 24 - I Fought The Law 25 - Sweet And Lovely 26 - Little Bitty Pretty One 27 - Faraway Places 28 - Feel So Blue 29 - I'm Into Something Good 30 - Learning The Game 31 - One Of These Days 32 - Bonus Track Camp (Alternate Version) LINK
Biography of Suni McGrath . . .1956 Suni starts guitar, including lessons ... 1960 Gives first performance at talent show, about 300 in audience As a pioneer of fingerpicking, he begins to create the fingerpicking style . . . 1961 One of the first 12 string solo artists, WYSO radio has Suni McGrath play his fingerpicked solo 12 string on radio at Antioch College where he becomes friends with Ian Buchanan and others at "the Bakery” . . . 1962 In Detroit, McGrath is asked by Detroit Folklore Society to give first concert on his 12 string Gibson. Many in 2005 still remember this . . . 1963, He takes lessons with Rev. Gary Davis and Mississippi John Hurt. A record scout. hears Suni McGrath at Newport, R.I. Festival where he came up from Greenwich Village his regular playing area, and signs him to first recording contract on the Piedmont label, Mississippi John Hurt’s label . . . 1965 Suni invents, far-out odd-time rhythms fingerpicking results in tape sent to Folkways Records . . . 1968 Suni McGrath, rediscovered by new and different label, taken to east coast to record first issued album . . . 1971 He records the earliest version of the Celtic/Irish/modal (he is Irish ! ) "The Star of County Down”, . . . 1972 Suni McGrath’s records fantastically reviewed in many magazines, newspapers, and played on many radio stations nationwide. Nominee for "Guitarist of the Year” for his three albums: Cornflower Suite, The Call of the Mourning Dove, and Childgrove .(Suni MySpace page)
01 - This So Sweet To Trust In Jesus 02 - In The Carriage House 03 - He Led Me Out Of The Darkness 04 - Kyrie 05 - The Call Of The Mourning Dove 06 - Ripe Figs 07 - The King Is Coming 08 - Hallelujah, I Belong To The Band 09 - Verbum Patris-Sanctus, Benedictus 10 - On The Riverpath She Waited
Warm Dust was a British progressive jazz rock band of the early 1970s. Although a relatively obscure group, they featured Paul Carrack and Ted Comer, who later formed Ace and Les Walker. "Peace For Our Time” is an excellent progressive album with strong vocals, long sax and flute instrumental sections and good organ work. Paul Carrack - Keyboards, Tex Comer - Bass, Dave Pepper - Drums, Alan Soloman - Sax, Keyboards, Vocals, John Surguy - Sax, Guitar, Vocals, Les Walker - Vocals and Keith Bailey - Drums. 01 Blood Of My Fathers 02 Winds Of Change 03 Justifym Things Your Hands Have Done 04 Rejection 05 Very Small Child 06 Song For A Star 07 Peace Of Mind 08 Lead Me To The Light LINK
The Strawberry Statement is a 1970 cult film about the counterculture and student rev olts of the 1960s, loosely based on the non-fiction book by James Simon Kunen about the Columbia University protests of 1968.The song The Circle Game was written by Joni Mitchell, sung by Buffy Saint-Marie, also songs by Neil Young, Crosby, Stills, And Nash, Thunderclap Newman and more. 01 - Buffy Sainte-Marie - The Circle Game 02 - Market Basket - (Theme From The Strawberry Statement) 03 - Neil Young - Down By The River 04 - Crosby, Stills, And Nash - Long Time Gone 05 - Cyclatron - (Theme From The Strawberry Statement) 06 - Thunderclap Newman - Something In The Air 07 - Karl Bohm & The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra - Also Sprach Zarathustra 08 - Neil Young - The Longer 09 - The Red Mountain Jug Band - Fishin' Blues 10 - Coit Tower - (Theme From The Strawberry Statement) 11 - Ian Freebairn-Smith - Concerto In D Minor 12 - Crosby, Stills, Nash, And Young - Helpless 13 - Pocket Band - (Theme From The Strawberry Statement) 14 - Give Peace A Chance - (Performed By The Cast In The Film) LINK
Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid is a 1973 Western film directed by Sam Peckinpah and starring James Coburn and Kris Kristofferson. Co-star Bob Dylan composed multiple songs for the movie's score and the album Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid was released the same year. The film was noted for behind-the-scenes battles between Peckinpah and production company Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Soon after completion, the film was taken away from the director and substantially re-edited, resulting in a truncated version released to the theaters and largely disowned by cast and crew members. Peckinpah's director's cut was released on video in 1988, leading to a reevaluation, with many critics hailing it as a mistreated classic and one of the era's best films. Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid is a soundtrack album released by Bob Dylan in 1973. Dylan himself appeared in the film as the character "Alias". Consisting of primarily instrumental music and inspired by the movie itself, the soundtrack birthed one of Dylan's most beloved songs—and biggest hits—"Knockin' On Heaven's Door", which became a trans-Atlantic Top 20 hit. A gold record, Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid reached #16 US and #29 UK. 01 - Main Title Theme (Billy) 02 - Cantina Theme (Workin' For The Law) 03 - Billy 1 04 - Bunkhouse Theme 05 - River Theme 06 - Turkey Chase 07 - Knockin' On Heaven's Door 08 - Final Theme 09 - Billy 4 10 - Billy 7 LINK
What's New Pussycat? is a 1965 comedy film directed by Clive Donner and starring Peter Sellers, Peter O'Toole, Romy Schneider, Capucine, Paula Prentiss and Ursula Andress. It was Woody Allen's film debut, as well as his first produced script. The Academy Award-nominated title song by Burt Bacharach (music) and Hal David (lyrics) was sung by Tom Jones. The movie poster was painted by Frank Frazetta. In 1965, Burt Bacharach and Hal David were nominated for an Academy Award for Best Song for the title song. 01 - Tom Jones - What's New Pussycat (Main Title) 02 - Medley School For Anatomy-Bookworm 03 - High Temperature, Low Resistance 04 - Downhill And Shady 05 - Stripping Really Isn't Sexy, Is It 06 - Medley Marriage, French Stylehere I Am 07 - Dionne Warwick - Here I Am 08 - Marriage, French Style 09 - Manfred Mann - My Little Red Book 10 - Pussy Cats On Parade 11 - A Walk On The Wild Wharf 12 - Chateau Chantel 13 - Catch As Catch Can 14 - Manfred Mann - My Little Red Book (Film Version) LINK
Casino Royale is a 1967 comedy spy film originally produced by Columbia Pictures starring an ensemble cast of directors and actors. It is set as a satire of the James Bond film series and the spy genre and is lightly based on Ian Fleming's first James Bond novel. The film stars David Niven as the original Bond, Sir James Bond 007. Forced out of retirement to investigate the deaths and disappearances of international spies, he soon battles the mysterious Dr. Noah and SMERSH. The film's famous slogan : "Casino Royale is too much ... for one James Bond!" refers to Bond's ruse to mislead SMERSH in which six other agents are designated as "James Bond", namely, Baccarat master Evelyn Tremble (Peter Sellers), millionaire spy Vesper Lynd (Ursula Andress), Bond's secretary Miss Moneypenny (Barbara Bouchet), Bond's daughter with Mata Hari, Mata Bond (Joanna Pettet) and British agents "Coop" (Terence Cooper) and "The Detainer" (Daliah Lavi). The original music is by Burt Bacharach. Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass performed some of the songs with Mike Redway singing the lyrics to the title song as the end credits rolled. (A version of the song was also sung by Peter Sellers.) The title theme was Alpert's second number one on the Easy Listening chart where it spent two weeks at the top in June 1967 and peaked at number twenty-seven on the Billboard Hot 100. The 4th chapter of the movie features the song "The Look of Love" performed by Dusty Springfield. 01 - Casino Royale Theme (Main Title) Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass 02 - The Look Of Love (Vocal) Dusty Springfield 03 - Money Penny Goes For The Broke 04 - Le Chiffre's Torture Of Mind 05 - Home James, Don't Spare The Horses 06 - Sir James' Trip To Find Mata 07 - The Look Of Love (Instrumental) 08 - Hi There Miss Goodthighs 09 - Little French Boy 10 - Flying Saucer - First Stop Berlin 11 - The Venerable Sir James Bond 12 - Dream On James, You're Winning 13 - The Big Cowboys And Indians Fight At Casino Royale Casino Royale Theme LINK
Film originally released as Christa in 1971, then re-released as Swedish Fly Girls in 1972. Music produced by Manfred Mann. Album production supervision by Ettore Stratta and Robert Colby. Performers include Melanie, Sandy Denny, Mose Henry and Manfred Mann & Co. 01 - Queen Bee 02 - Where the Beauties Are 03 - Easy 04 - Beautiful People 05 - Outside of My Mind 06 - Water Mother 07 - The People Show 08 - Christa 09 - Broken-Glass Lives 10 - Love Is All I Need 11 - What Will I Do With Tomorrow 12 - On The Move 13 - Are The Judges Sane 14 - Blot Jeg Meg En Mand Kan Faa - Love Is All I Need 15 - I Need You 16 - Crystal Trumpet Smiles LINK
After the Fox (Caccia alla volpe) is a 1966 Italian comedy film starring Peter Sellers and directed by Vittorio De Sica. The screenplay is in English, by Neil Simon and De Sica's longtime collaborator Cesare Zavattini. Despite its notable credits, the film was poorly received when it was released. It has since gained a cult following for its numerous in-jokes skewering pompous directors, including Cecil B. de Mille, John Huston, Federico Fellini, Michelangelo Antonioni and De Sica himself, vain film stars, their starstruck audiences and pretentious film critics. Burt Bacharach and Hal David wrote the scores and the title song. The title song "After the Fox", as performed by The Hollies and Sellers, was released as single in September 1966 (b/w "The Fox-Trot", United Artists UP1152) but did not chart.
01 - The Hollies - After The Fox 02 - Making A Movie In Sevalio 03 - The Fox Will Not Fail 04 - Gold, Gold, Who's Got The Gold 05 - World Of Make Believe 06 - Italian Fuzz 07 - The Fox In Sevalio 08 - Wheeler Dealer 09 - The Fox Is Out Of The Tree 10 - Tourist Trap 11 - I've Got A Plan 12 - After The Fox - Instrumental 13 - Hot Gold 14 - Surprise Ending 15 - The Via Veneto 16 - Something 17 - Making A Movie In Sevalio (2) 18 - Who's Talking 19 - Love X2 20 - Ukeatalia 21 - Teach Me 22 - Visiting Day 23 - Bird Bath 24 - Grotta Rosa