From the culminating scene in the film. Lulu makes the introduction and after a little subterfuge, student Pam (Judy Geeson) gets her dance with “Sir” (Sidney Poitier) while the Mindbenders play.
One of the swingin’-est psychedelic dance scenes ever, as Mike walks into his surprise birthday party. From the looks of this clip, there must have been a crazy party going on in the film editing room as well!
Okay, so it’s a silly little film, but it’s fun and really captures the innocence of the early-to-mid 1960s. I don’t know who the band is (Just actors maybe), but the song was written by Boyce and Hart, who released it as a single.
One of the most popular bands in Corpus Christie, Texas appearing on the local afternoon TV “teen” show in 1966.
Here’s a piece of musical history: the Rolling Stones in 1964, in one of their first American TV appearances. They perform four songs and do a brief interview.
A dynamite performance from Dusty’s 1967 British TV series. It’s hard to believe that she lacked confidence in her talents as a live performer.
A big thanks to Dig superfan Aidan for turning me on to this gem. The Zephyrs were based in London, and this 1965 song should have been a SMASH!