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The Small Faces on Colour Me Pop, BBC-TV (1968)



Here is a unique period piece. One of the greatest UK bands of the '60s on one of the few surviving episodes of Colour Me Pop, a BBC TV show devoted to contemporary rock acts. The announcer is strictly "And now for something completely different", and the narrator gets kinda weird at times.

Indeed this show gives a somewhat misleading impression of The Small Faces, emphasizing their brief psychedelic period instead of the rockin' R&B they were most famous for. Still, there is so little extant performance footage of the band that anything with them is to be prized. So sit back and return with us to those thrilling spaced out days of yesteryear...













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Talking Heads: LIVE IN ROME FULL CONCERT

Deep Purple - Live in Denmark 1972 HQ

Carl Perkins & Friends ( George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr, Rosanne Cash, & Dave Edmunds )

Albert King - Maintenance Shop Blues (Live 1981)

Thr Runaways - Live in Japan Tokyo 1977

The Dead Weather Concert Prive


one at a time brah






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one at a time brah

I am never going to catch up in this thread.

Nevertheless, keep it rolling.







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The Move on Colour Me Pop, BBC-TV (1969)




I'm trying to avoid repeating acts, but I was unaware of this video until a few days ago.

Like The Small Faces, The Move were one of the UK's greatest bands and got an episode of this BBC TV series all to themselves. Here we get performances of Move classics like "Flowers In The Rain", "Fire Brigade" and "I Can Hear The Grass Grow", as well as eccentric covers (the group had a curious predilection for those) like the Louvin Brothers' bluegrass gospel standard "The Christian Life" (which had recently been revived by The Byrds on Sweetheart Of The Rodeo. They also do another Byrds cover, the Goffin-King penned "Goin' Back").

The Move are criminally under-appreciated in the US (they never had a hit single here, and only toured here once, very briefly). They may very well be the most underrated (in America) band of all time.












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Fairport Convention on Bouton Rouge (French TV, 1968)



Fairport Convention was the greatest of the UK folk-rock bands. Led by guitarist Richard Thompson, their sound merged elements of psych, Dylanesque folk-rock and traditional British folk. This is extremely rare footage of FP's original lineup (meaning it does not included the late, great Sandy Denny -- perhaps she will be the subject of a later post).

The highlight of this brief set is a cover of the rocker "Time Will Show The Wiser" (originally done by the L.A. garage band The Merry-Go-Round, led by another cult figure, Emmitt Rhodes). The opener is an interesting remake of Tim Buckley's "Morning Glory" (you can watch Tim perform the brilliant original here). The last song is a jam that skirts perilously close to Phishiness, but guitarists will want to watch for the frequent closeups of Thompson's fingerwork.



Richard Thompson in the late 1960s:









But WAIT -- there's MORE!

"Percy's Song" (BBC radio) -- FP's classic Dylan cover with Sandy Denny on lead vocals






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Jason and The Scorchers in Hamburg, Germany (1984)



Jason & The (Nashville) Scorchers were one of the more successful Cowpunk bands of the 1980s. Led by singer-writer Jason Ringenberg (his solo stuff is worth checking out) they put on a high energy, crowd-pleasing show and toured as recently as last year.

Honky Tonk Blues
I Can't Help Myself
Tellin' White Lies
Are You Ready For The Country
If You've Got The Love
Shoppin' Around
I Really Don't Want To Know
Hot Nights In Georgia
Gypsy
Travelin' Band
Change The Tune
There's A Fire
The Race Is On










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The Mothers of Invention on Colour Me Pop (1968)











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Buck Owens at Carnegie Hall (March 25, 1966)





"Act Naturally" (Johnny Russell, Voni Morrison)
"Together Again" (Buck Owens)
"Love's Gonna Live Here" (Owens)
Medley:
"In the Palm of Your Hand" (Owens)
"Cryin' Time" (Owens)
"Don't Let Her Know" (Owens, Bonnie Owens, Don Rich)
"Only You (Can Break My Heart)" (Owens)
Medley:
"I Don't Care (Just as Long as You Love Me)" (Owens)
"My Heart Skips a Beat" (Owens)
"Gonna Have Love" (Owens, Red Simpson)
"Bucks Talks to the Audience"
"Waitin' in Your Welfare Line" (Owens, Rich, Nat Stuckey)
"Buck Introduces the Band"
"Buckaroo" (Bob Morris)
"The Streets of Laredo" (Solo by Doyle Holly)
"I've Got a Tiger By the Tail" (Harlan Howard, Owens)
"Fun 'N' Games with Don and Doyle"
"Twist and Shout" (Phil Medley, Bert Russell)
Medley:
"Under Your Spell Again" (Owens, Dusty Rhodes)
"Above and Beyond" (Howard)
"Excuse Me (I Think I've Got a Heartache)" (Owens)
"Foolin' Around" (Howard, Owens)
"Hello Trouble" (Orville Couch, Eddie McDuff)
"Truck Drivin' Man" (Terry Fell)




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Johnny Rivers at the Whisky à Go Go (1964)




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Johnny Rivers at the Whisky à Go Go is the debut album from American rock and roll singer/songwriter/guitarist Johnny Rivers. The album was released in February 1964, just as The Beatles and the British music invasion was getting into full swing. Rivers was asked to open the legendary Whisky a Go Go nightclub in Los Angeles while making this album. With the help of producer Lou Adler, Johnny helped introduce the "Go Go sound" to rock and roll. The album reached #12 on Billboard's Pop Albums chart, and became Johnny's first gold album. The album also gave Rivers his very first big hit, a cover version of Chuck Berry's 1959 hit "Memphis". Rivers's version went to #2 on Billboard's Pop Singles chart in the summer of 1964, and became his first gold single. Johnny Rivers at the Whisky à Go Go would be the first of five albums that Rivers would record live at the nightclub.


"Memphis" (Chuck Berry) (2:44)
"It Wouldn't Happen With Me" (Raymond Evans) (3:30)
"Oh Lonesome Me" (Don Gibson) (2:37)
"Lawdy Miss Clawdy" (Lloyd Price) (3:00)
"Whiskey a Go Go" (Johnny Rivers) (3:57)
"Walking the Dog" (Rufus Thomas) (3:51)
"Brown Eyed Handsome Man" (Chuck Berry) (2:36)
"You Can Have Her (I Don't Want Her)" (Bill Cooke) (3:20)
"Multiplication" (Bobby Darin) (2:51)
"Medley: La Bamba/Twist and Shout" (Traditional; arranged by Johnny Rivers, Phil Medley, Bert Russell) (6:22)







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kafka, all of the stuff you posted beats the stuffing out of the phish threads





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I've actually considered taking "non-Phish" out of the thread title (I know next to nothing about Phish, and have nothing against their fans) and just making it "Live Show Of The Day" thread.

But I guess I'm just a believer in this






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Damn Kafka, that sounds like Wild Thing.


Good tune though.






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The Guess Who - Live At The Paramount 1972

1. Pain Train
2. Albert Flasher
3. New Mother Nature
4. Runnin' Back to Saskatoon
5. Rain Dance
6. These Eyes
7. Glace Bay Blues
8. Sour Suite
9. Hand Me Down World
10. American Woman
11. Truckin' off Across the Sky
12. Share the Land
13. No Time

Don McDougal - guitar
Kurt Winter - guitar
Burton Cummings - keyboards, vocals
Jim Kale - bass
Garry Peterson - drums






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The Guess Who - Live At The Paramount 1972


never heard this before, nice

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Don McDougal - guitar
Kurt Winter - guitar
Burton Cummings - keyboards, vocals
Jim Kale - bass
Garry Peterson - drums


didn't know randy bachman had left this early






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didn't know randy bachman had left this early

I didn't either, and when I researched I found he had formed a band called Brave Belt after he left The Guess Who and before BTO.

"Brave Belt was a Canadian rock band from Winnipeg, Manitoba originally consisting of Randy Bachman (guitar/vocals), his former The Guess Who bandmate, Chad Allan (lead vocals/keyboards), and Randy's brother Robbie (drums). Randy also provided bass tracks for the recording of the band's first album, Brave Belt I"

I can't remember ever hearing any of this bands music. Pretty good IMO.



Don't know if you've ever heard of them, if not here you go.

Complete Brave Belt 1 album.
The poster split it into 4 parts.

Brave Belt 1 pt1

Brave Belt 1pt2

Brave Belt 1pt3

Brave Belt 1pt4

1. Crazy Arms, Crazy Eyes
2. Lifetime
3.Waitin' There for Me
4.I Am the Man
5.French Kiss
6.It's Over
7.Rock and Roll Band
8.Wandering Fantasy Girl
9.I Wouldn't Trade My Guitar for a Woman
10.Holy Train
11.Anyday Means Tomorrow
12. Scarecrow






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Nice info and thanks for the link but your avvy is really starting to freak me out





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Eva Cassidy Live at Blues Alley (January 2, 1996)





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Eva Cassidy (February 2, 1963 – November 2, 1996) was an American vocalist and guitarist known for her interpretations of jazz, blues, folk, gospel, country and pop classics. In 1992 she released her first album, The Other Side, a set of duets with go-go musician Chuck Brown, followed by a live solo album, Live at Blues Alley in 1996. Although she had been honored by the Washington Area Music Association, she was virtually unknown outside her native Washington, D.C., when she died of melanoma (skin cancer) in 1996.

Four years later, Cassidy's music was brought to the attention of British audiences when her version of "Over the Rainbow" was played by Terry Wogan on BBC Radio 2. Following the overwhelming response, a camcorder recording of "Over the Rainbow", taken at Blues Alley in Washington, was shown on BBC Two's Top of the Pops 2. Shortly afterwards, the compilation album Songbird climbed to the top of the UK Albums Charts, almost three years after its initial release. The chart success in the United Kingdom and Ireland led to increased recognition worldwide; her posthumously released recordings, including three UK number 1s, have sold more than ten million copies. Her music has also charted top 10 positions in Australia, Germany, Sweden, Norway and Switzerland





1.- What a wonderful world
2.- Cheek to cheek
3.- People Get Ready
4.- You've Changed
5.- Time after Time
6.- Honeysuckle Rose
7.- Autumn Leaves
8.- Tall Trees in Georgia
9.- Somewhere over the Rainbow








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your avvy is really starting to freak me out


Never noticed how rapey it looked.






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Muleskinner (Feb 13, 1973)




This bluegrass TV concert is legendary, as one of the few videotaped performances of the late guitarist Clarence White.

Supposedly the show was to star bluegrass legend Bill Monroe, but his tour bus broke down in Stockton CA and he was unable to make it to L.A. in time for the taping. The musicians who were already there had 3 hours to rehearse.

1. New Camptown Races @ 0:18
2. Dark Hollow @ 2:14
3. Land Of The Navajo @ 5:10
4. Blackberry Blossom @ 10:56
5. Knockin' On Your Door @ 13:33
6. Opus 57 In G Minor @ 16:46
7. Red Rocking Chair @ 18:54
8. The Dead March @ 22:21
9. Orange Blossom Special @ 25:05 (Cut)

The guys enjoyed playing together so much they formed a band called Muleskinner and cut an album. The tragic death later that year of Clarence White (run over by a drunk driver while putting away his gear after a show) would end the band. Peter Rowan and David Grisman would both go on to make major impact in the roots/acoustic music scene.











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A non-Phish extra:

Nashville West



This is the country band Clarence White was in prior to joining The Byrds.






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