Post by garyjordanbrum on Sept 7, 2007 15:55:47 GMT
07/04/1979 ON THE ROAD (DAVID ESSEX) granadaprog Features David Essex singing 'Oh What a Circus', 'Imperial Wizard', 'Gonna Make You A Star', 'Stardust', 'Twenty Flights Up', 'Stay with Me Baby', 'Rock On', 'Let It Flow', 'Call on Me', 'Lamplight',
26/12/1973 SEZ LES (THAT'S CHRISTMAS) granadaprog A Christmas special variety show, with comedy sketches, songs & dancing ; starring LES DAWSON, with guests DAVID ESSEX, LYNSEY DE PAUL, SLADE, inc Slade singing "Merry Xmas Everybody"; David Essex singing "Lamplight.
Only got the Slade performance from this Sorry.
Have only ever seen the TOTP 15 November 1973 one (with the Pans dancin to Barry Blue) twice and I think one. was on pop quiz.
Last Edit: Sept 7, 2007 16:13:31 GMT by garyjordanbrum
Here is some rare Pink Floyd Rehersal footage filmed in 1972, going on the clip info. Has a ballet performing to One Of These Days from their Meddle album, interesting footage to say the least, band is in great form:
Hey cheers for the Links lance. That Queen at Bristol is great. Never knew that concert was recorded and its my home city!! wahoo. And being a massive beatles collector i was suprised to see that clip of ' You cant Do That' as i had never seen it before
Here is a very young Bob Dy;an performing "A Hard Rains Gonna Fall", also followed by a 1965 interview on US San Francisco TV, no idea where the first clip is from, have not seen it before until recently. Anyone have any idea where this clip originated from ?
After the split of the Jimi Hendrix Experience Noel and Jimmy remained friends. Noel went on to form - Fat Mattress with another Kent musician Neil Landon on vocals , Jimmy Leverton from Dover and Eric Dillon, the drummer, from Swindon. This is 1968 clop from Beat Club:
Rare performance of Pink Floyd on French TV performing " Let There Be More Light". This is a Black and White performance, nit the color French TV clip that has been floating around for a while now.Great performance:
Here is that recently discovered promo video for "Arnold Layne", some great shots of Syd Barrett, and crew fighting in the woods, and walking around very fast, interesting material, really liked this clip:
"It's the Beatles"- Rare footage from BBC TV- Empire Theater, Liverpool. Raw TV feed. Could this be "Missing or incomplete episodes for programe IT'S THE BEATLES.07.12.63 Episode 1 (missing), Great Footage none the Less, the audio is very low for some reason though:
Beatles receiving the Order of the British Empire award TV news footage, 'Member' ranking. John Lennon once criticized military membership in the order, saying: "Lots of people who complained about us receiving the MBE received theirs for heroism in the war - for killing people. We received ours for entertaining other people. I'd say we deserve ours more."
here you will find clips of. Prince Rainier & Princess Grace of Monaco louis armstong Former U.S. President General Dwight D. 'Ike' Eisenhower Reporter Frank Hall Takes On The Beatles Ella Fitzgerald, Dublin, 1964 Oscar Peterson, Dublin, 1964 Che Guevara, Dublin, 1964 Cliff Richard, Dublin, 1964 Rolling Stones, Dublin, 1965 Bing Crosby, Dublin, 1966 Colonel John Glenn , Limerick, 1967 King Baudouin of Belgium, Dublin, 1968 Bob Hope, Dublin, 1968 Jayne Mansfield, Tralee, 1967