The Yardbirds - Heart Full of Soul (1968) With Jimmy Page Connor Burd
Uploaded on Jun 24, 2010
The Yardbirds performing "Heart Full of Soul" in 1968
Keith Relf - vocals
Jim McCarty - drums
Jeff Beck(audio) Jimmy Page(visual)
Chris Dreja - bass
Graham Gouldman -songwriter
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The Zombies are an English rock band, formed in 1962 in St Albans and led by Rod Argent (piano, organ and vocals) and Colin Blunstone (vocals). The group scored British and American hits in 1964 with "She's Not There". In the US, two further singles, "Tell Her No" in 1965 and, in 1969, "Time of the Season", were also successful.
Their 1968 album, Odessey and Oracle, comprising twelve songs by the group's principal songwriters, Argent and Chris White, is ranked number 100 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
Published on Jan 10, 2016
1969 is a year I have not featured much of late, at least regarding Top 40 hits, and I don't know why as it was probably one of my favorite 60's years. The last music videos I did of HIT SONGS from 1969 was "This Magic Moment" by Jay & The Americans and "My Cherie Amour" by Stevie Wonder. All the more curious this choice as technically, it and the album it appeared on, were actually recorded in 1967. Highly confused was I at age 15 when "Time Of The Season" by The Zombies became a major hit here in the United States and I purchased the LP, Odessey And Oracle. The year stamped on the album, 1967, I took to be a misprint. How surprising to discover this gem among record albums, one of the most perfect non-Beatles albums ever made, was a sleeper and actually released in the UK in early 1968. It was not often at that time for a nearly two-year-old song to climb to #1 on Top 40 radio (#1 on Cash Box, #3 on Billboard, March 29, 1969). But that was not the only quirky thing about UK albums: most of the Beatles' songs were out of sequence, missing, or on the wrong albums when released in the US by Capitol Records.
So, from our perspective here in America, "Time Of The Season" was a 1969 song ... which is why that is the year I have next to the title. As far as Zombies songs go, this one really lived up to their image. The jungle voodoo beat was absolutely perfect for a song by a group called The Zombies. And images of drums, tropical settings at night, dancing around a fire, voluptuous women, full moons, and the like were hardwired right into my brain whenever I heard this most cool song. It is little wonder, then, the kind of film footages I used for this music video of "Time Of The Season." It is well-choreographed and I hope you enjoy it.
Uploaded on Jul 5, 2009
In 1964, with the Cuban Missile Crisis fresh in viewers minds, the Cold War at its frostiest, and the hydrogen bomb relatively new and frightening, Stanley Kubrick dared to make a film about what could happen if the wrong person pushed the wrong button — and played the situation for laughs. Dr. Strangeloves jet-black satire (from a script by director Stanley Kubrick, Peter George, and Terry Southern) and a host of superb comic performances (including three from Peter Sellers) have kept the film fresh and entertaining, even as its issues have become (slightly) less timely. Loaded with thermonuclear weapons, a U.S. bomber piloted by Maj. T.J. King Kong (Slim Pickens) is on a routine flight pattern near the Soviet Union when they receive orders to commence Wing Attack Plan R, best summarized by Maj. Kong as Nuclear combat! Toe to toe with the Russkies! On the ground at Burpleson Air Force Base, Group Capt. Lionel Mandrake (Peter Sellers) notices nothing on the news about America being at war. Gen. Jack D. Ripper (Sterling Hayden) calmly informs him that he gave the command to attack the Soviet Union because it was high time someone did something about fluoridation, which is sapping Americans bodily fluids (and apparently has something to do with Rippers sexual dysfunction). Meanwhile, President Merkin Muffley (Sellers again) meets with his top Pentagon advisors, including super-hawk Gen. Buck Turgidson (George C. Scott), who sees this as an opportunity to do something about Communism in general and Russians in particular. However, the ante is upped considerably when Soviet ambassador de Sadesky (Peter Bull) informs Muffley and his staff of the latest innovation in Soviet weapons technology: a Doomsday Machine that will destroy the entire world if the Russians are attacked.
FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE (MATT MONRO) - JAMES BOND 007 . MegaLensman
Published on Apr 25, 2011
FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE THE SECOND BOND FILM FROM 1963 THE MUSIC COMPOSED BY SIR JHON BARRY AND LIONEL BART.DURING THOSE DAYS THE RUSSIAN FLAG LOOKED LIKE THAT NO SOVIETUNION ADMIRATION.
Uploaded on Apr 18, 2010
Another classic scene from one of the best Westerns ever made. As with the rest of the movie, it shows the hero's violence does not preclude his kindness or humanity, as he saves two more innocents and takes them under his wing.
This clip is posted under fair use provisions of copyright law.
THE 1963 HITS ARCHIVE - here in one place, a comprehensive collection of ‘pop’ best-sellers and songs that made an impact that were either released or enjoyed a major chunk of their popularity within the calendar year 1963 (some were recorded in 1962).
Uploaded on Feb 5, 2012
This song was written by songwriter Jimmy Webb, who also wrote Campbell's hits By the Time I Get to Phoenix and Wichita Lineman. Webb also wrote MacArthur Park, which was a hit for both Richard Harris and Donna Summer, and Up-Up and Away, which was recorded by The 5th Dimension. Jimmy Webb was on a beach in Galveston, Texas when he wrote this Glen Campbell hit. He made up the story about a soldier in the Spanish-American war and the girl he left behind in Galveston.
Published on Sep 9, 2016
Christopher Walken interviewed by David Letterman on the Late Show in 1995 while promoting Prophecy.
Very funny interview where Letterman asks him a series of awkward questions including whether he's nuts and whether Christopher Walken is his real name. Also includes a story about being pulled over by a fake police officer.
The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet Ozzie A Go Go 1966 bandstandmike
Published on Dec 31, 2016
From the original 16mm print, this is from Season 14 Episode 20, that aired February 12th, 1966. This one and the last one posted are re-posts. Somehow I didn't have the full prints of these episodes posted...It gets confusing when you have so many prints! I see I have a few more to replace as well. Rick sings "You're Kind Of Lovin" in this one!
Published on Mar 6, 2012
The Yes Album
Released 19 February 1971
Recorded October--November 1970 at Advision Studios in London
The Yes Album is the third studio album from the English progressive rock band Yes, released on Atlantic Records. It is the last record to feature keyboardist Tony Kaye until 1983, and the first to feature guitarist Steve Howe, who replaced Peter Banks in 1970. The album was written and rehearsed at a farmhouse in Devonshire, then home to Langley Studios, which was later bought by Howe who now lives there.
Published on Apr 20, 2012
In light of Dick Clark's recent passing, April 17th, 2012, here's a tribute and a big "thank you" to a man who helped a Northwest dance band get their big break in showbiz. After the dust had settled, this rock band had garnered 24 hit singles, and logged-in over 750 television performances in the decade of the 1960's, thanks to Clark's support in their early days! Here on this video, Dick Clark re-unites the original core members of this legendary 60's rock band, Paul Revere & the Raiders, on national TV with a special called: "THE GOOD OLD DAYS." Telecast in the spring of 1979, the original band including Paul Revere, Drake Levin, Mike "Smitty" Smith, Mark Lindsay, and Phil "Fang' Volk, had not played together for 12 years. Their live performance was the grand climax of this 2-hour TV special on NBC. This reunion also brought together many well-known celebrities like Frankie Avalon, Annette Funicello, Fabian, Dee Dee Sharp, Joey Bishop, Patti Page, Tina Mason and Ed McMahon, to mention a few. Dick Clark's daytime TV series, "WHERE THE ACTION IS" featuring the Raiders, Tina Mason and Steve Alaimo, stayed on the air for over 2 years with 520 episodes. Dick Clark's legacy of starting the careers of many famous musicians will be long remembered & appreciated.
The Turtles You Baby (Great live, 1966) [HD video] ROTOBISGUR
Uploaded on May 29, 2011
De la colección de Ricky. Este grupo —originalmente una banda de surf rock llamada The Crossfires from the Planet Mars— fue fundada en 1965 en Westchester (un vecindario de Los Angeles) por Howard Kaylan y Mark Volman. Con la ayuda del DJ y propietario de un club Reb Foster, The Crossfires firmaron un contrato con White Whale Records y, adhiriéndose a la tendencia musical del momento, se conviertieron en un grupo de folk-rock llamado ahora "The Tyrtles", con un error de ortografía intencional inspirado en el grupo "The Byrds". sin embargo, la forma de escribir el nombre no duró demasiado. Como sucedió con "The Byrds", "The Turtles" inicaron su éxito a través de un cover de Bob Dylan. "It Ain't Me Babe"
Howard Kaylan and Mark Volman - The Turtles - Interviewed on the MORE Show Dan Markus
Published on Apr 14, 2015
In 1984, Howard Kaylan and Mark Volman of The Turtles hit Milwaukee headlining the first Happy Together Tour. Here they're interviewed on WISN-TV's "The MORE Show" by Liz Ayers and local Milwaukee radio personality Dan Markus. The "Bobby" that Mark refers to is Bobby Rivers, who went on to fame on VH-1. Topics range from Turtles hits to Frank Zappa.