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Shindig (ABC)(1964-66)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Tom Alger
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (https://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive / Writers Guild of America (wga)

Produced by Jack Good
US Pop Music Series 1964-66   85 episodes x 30 min
(ABC)(16-Sept-1964 to 8-Jan-1966)   

################### Shindig ##################
################# Pilot 1962 #################

0. 1962 pilot titled "Young America Swings the World"
Jackie De Shannon ("Sing Sing Sing"); P.J. Proby ("Endless Sleep" &
"Turn Me Loose"); Chambers Brothers, Clydie King and the Sweet
Things ("Peppermint Twist" & "What'd I Say"); Tura Johnson (from
Sweden – "Personality" sung in Italian); Scooter Teague ("Mack the
Knife"); Jesse Collins ("Believe What You Say"). Also appearing: the
Chaps, the Young America Girls, the Leon Russell Band; Glen Campbell
and David Gates.
b: UNAIRED pc: (unknown)
NOTE: 1962 pilot taped at a rented CBS studio.
Host: Jimmy O'Neill
Producer: Jack Good / Director: Rita Gillespie
Choreography: Scooter Teague / Arrangements: David Gates
According to UCLA, this pilot runs approx. 21 minutes.

################### Shindig ##################
################# Pilot 1964 #################

[--] Shindig: 11-Jul-64 (2nd Shindig pilot)  
Guests: Little Richard, Righteous Brothers, The Angels
Shindig pilot taped July 11, 1964: Little Richard ("Bama Lama Bama
Loo" & "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On"); Righteous Brothers ("Little
Latin Lupe Lu" and "Ko Ko Joe"); the Angels ("Chapel of Love"); Jody
Miller ("Saved"); Hollywood All Stars ("Jamica Ska"); Delaney
Bramlett ("Gambling Man" and "Memphis"); Pat and Lolly Vegas ("La
Bamba"); and the Blossoms ("(I Do The) Shimmy Shimmy").

Opening medley at beginning of show (song excerpts):
1. Delaney Bramlett - "Tom Dooley"
2. The Blossoms – "Don't Hang Up"
3. Pat and Lolly Vegas – "Hard Day's Night"
4. Hollywood All Stars, The Righteous Brothers – "Shout"
5. Little Richard – "Joy Joy Joy" (end of medley)
b: UNAIRED pc: (unknown)
NOTE: Produced by Jack Good / Directed by Rita Gillespie
This pilot runs 27ฝ minutes (no commercials)

################### Shindig ##################
############## series 1 1964-65 ##############

1.01 [--] Shindig: 16-Sep-64 ABC Wed
Produced by Jack Good / Directed by Rita Gillespie
. Guests: Sam Cooke, Everly Brothers, Righteous Brothers
Sam Cooke ("Tennessee Waltz" and "Blowing in the Wind"); Everly
Brothers ("You're the One I Love" and "Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo"); Sam Cooke
and the Everly Brothers ("Lucille"); Righteous Brothers ("This
Little Girl of Mine"); Bobby Sherman ("Back Home Again in Indiana");
Bobby Sherman & Maria Ghava ("Hello Dolly"); Donna Loren ("Wishin'
and Hopin'"); The Wellingtons ("Tzena, Tzena, Tzena"); Jackie and
Gayle ("The Girl from Ipanema"); and Alan Sues.
Opening medley (song excerpts):
1. "(Up Above My Head) There's Music in the Air" (performed by
Jackie and Gayle, the Righteous Brothers and the Everly Brothers)
2. "Yes, Indeed" (performed by the Wellingtons and the Blossoms)
Finale: Sam Cooke and the Everly Brothers - "Lucille"

1.02 [--] Shindig:  23-Sep-64 ABC Wed
Produced by Jack Good / Directed by Dean Whitmore
Guests: Johnny Rivers, Jody Miller, Righteous Brothers
Johnny Rivers ("Maybelline" and "Memphis"); Bobby Freeman ("C'Mon
And Swim"); The Righteous Brothers ("California Here I Come"
excerpt, "My Babe," and "Koko Joe"); Darlene Love ("You'll Never Get
To Heaven (If You Break my Heart)"); Jody Miller ("Yes, My Darling
Daughter" and "Saved"); Jerry Cole ("Ain't She Sweet?" excerpt);
Delaney Bramlett ("You Never Can Tell"), the Cables ("Way Down
Yonder in New Orleans"); Pamela Bennett ("And I Love Him") and Alan
Sues ("Ain't She Sweet" excerpt and "Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey" excerpt).

3. Newbeats, Gale Garnett, Round Robin, Walker Brothers
Gale Garnett ("We'll Sing in the Sunshine"); Newbeats ("Bread and
Butter"); Walker Brothers ("Slow Down" and "Do Wah Diddy"); Round
Robin ("Who's the Roundest of Them All?"); The Blossoms ("Tell
Him"); Bobby Sherman ("Have I the Right?"); Donna Loren ("It's
Alright"); Jerry Cole ("Oh, Pretty Woman"); John Bill ("House of the
Rising Sun"); and Jackie and Gayle ("A Summer Song")
b: 30-Sep-64 pc: 3-SHIN-64

4. The Beatles, Sandie Shaw P.J. Proby, Sounds Inc.
The Beatles ("Kansas City/Hey Hey Hey Hey," "I'm A Loser" & "Boys");
Karl Denver Trio ("Wimoweh" & "Old Folks at Home"); Lyn Cornell
("Fever"); Tommy Quickly ("Stagger Lee"); Sandie Shaw ("(There's)
Always Something There to Remind Me"); P.J. Proby ("You'll Never
Walk Alone" & "Hold Me"); and Sounds Incorporated.
b: 07-Oct-64 pc: 4-SHIN-64

NOTE: This episode was taped in London on October 3, 1964 (at the
Granville Theatre TV Studios in Fulham, London).
Jimmy O'Neill is the only Shindig regular to appear on this episode.
The dancers on this episode are not the regular Shindig dancers seen
on the Hollywood shows. The Carefrees provide the backup singing.

5. Roy Orbison, Manfred Mann, The Hondells, Adam Faith
Roy Orbison ("Oh, Pretty Woman" and "What'd I Say?"); Manfred Mann
("Do Wah Diddy"); Hondells ("Little Honda"); Everly Brothers ("Let
It Be Me" and "Gone Gone Gone"); Adam Faith ("It's Alright" and "Big
Time"); Elkie Brooks ("Nothing Left To Do but Cry"); and Bobby Sherman.
b: 14-Oct-64 pc: 5-SHIN-64

6. Jackie Wilson, Jay and the Americans, Honeycombs
Jackie Wilson ("She's Alright" and "Baby Workout"); Jay and the
Americans ("Come A Little Bit Closer"); the Righteous Brothers ("Let
The Good Times Roll"); The Honeycombs ("Have I the Right?"); Donna
Loren ("Down the Line" & "That's What Love Is Made Of"); Bobby
Sherman ("Man Overboard" & "I'm Crying – with the Chambers
Brothers); the Blossoms ("Dancing in the Street") and Willy Nelson
("Jump Back" - not Willie Nelson, the country singer).

b: 21-Oct-64 pc: 6-SHIN-64

7. Billy J Kramer & the Dakotas, Dick and Dee Dee

Billy J Kramer & The Dakotas ("Da Doo Ron Ron," "Little Children."
"From A Window" and "Great Balls of Fire"); Leon Russell ("Hi Heeled
Sneakers"); Dick and Dee Dee ("Freight Train" and "Thou Shalt Not
Steal"); The Blossoms ("Baby Love"); Bobby Sherman ("You Really Got
Me"); Chris Crosby ("The Glory of Love"); and the Wellingtons
("Let's Fall in Love")

b: 28-Oct-64 pc: 7-SHIN-64

8. Miracles, Gerry & the Pacemakers, Gene Pitney, Ketty Lester

Smokey Robinson and the Miracles ("You Really Got A Hold On Me" and
"Mickey's Monkey"); Gerry and the Pacemakers ("How Do You Do It?" "I
Like It" and "A Shot Of Rhythm & Blues"); Ketty Lester ("You Can
Have Him" & "Love Letters"); Gene Pitney ("I'm Gonna Be Strong");
Righteous Brothers ("In That Great Getting' Up Mornin'"); and Glenn
Campbell ("Summer, Winter, Spring, Fall" & "Ain't That Lovin' You

b: 04-Nov-64 pc: 8-SHIN-64

9. Billy J. Kramer, Hank Williams, Jr., Jody Miller, Orriel Smith

Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas ("I Call Your Name" and "Tennessee
Waltz"); Hank Williams, Jr. ("Endless Sleep"); Jody Miller ("I Can't
Believe What You Say"); Bobby Sherman ("I'm Into Something Good" and
"She's Not There"); the Appollas ("Swing Down, Sweet Chariot");
Orriel Smith ("Black is the Color"); Russ Titleman ("Things We Said
Today"); Willy Nelson ("The Girl Can't Help It" - not Willie Nelson,
the country singer); and the Wellingtons

b: 11-Nov-64 pc: 9-SHIN-64

10. The Supremes, Paul Petersen, Righteous Brothers

The Supremes ("Baby Love" and "Come See About Me"); Paul Petersen
("My Dad" and "She Can't Find Her Keys"); Bill Medley ("Georgia on
My Mind"); Righteous Brothers ("Ko Ko Joe" and "Little Latin Lupe
Lu"); Donna Loren ("African Waltz"); Bobby Doqui and Arnold Rollin
("Round About the Mountain"); Leon Russell ("Roll Over Beethoven");
and Jackie & Gayle ("You Should Have Seen the Way He Looked at Me")

b: 18-Nov-64 pc: 10-SHIN-64

NOTE: This episode aired in the regular Shindig! time slot (8:30pm
Eastern). A second episode aired 18-Nov-64 in the 9:00pm time slot
(see episode #11).

11. Special episode: Everly Brothers, Manfred Mann

Everly Brothers ("Gone Gone Gone" excerpt, "Bye Bye Love," "All I
Have to Do Is Dream" and "Rip It Up"); Manfred Mann ("Sha La La");
Bessie Griffin and her Gospel Pearls ("Dry Bones" and "Come on
Children"); Carolyn Daye ("Jump Back" excerpt & "See See Ryder");
Bobby Sherman ("I'm Crying" excerpt & "Sea Cruise"); the Blossoms
("Needle in a Haystack"); and the Wellingtons ("Everybody Knows").

b: 18-Nov-64 pc: 11-SHIN-64

NOTE: The Honeycombs ("Is It Because") were scheduled to appear on
this episode. I have not been able to verify if they actually
This episode was originally scheduled to air 25-Nov-64 but was moved
up a week. It was broadcast 19-Nov-64 in the 9:00pm time slot
pre-empting the Mickey Rooney sitcom "Mickey."

12. Tina Turner, Neil Sedaka, Chad & Jeremy, Righteous Bros.

Tina Turner ("A Fool in Love" excerpt & "Ooh Pooh Da Doo"); Neil
Sedaka ("Next Door to an Angel" excerpt, "I Hope He Breaks Your
Heart," "Calendar Girl," and "Little Devil"); Chad and Jeremy
("Yesterday's Gone" excerpt , "If She Was Mine" and "Willow Weep for
Me"); Righteous Brothers ("She's Not There" excerpt & "This Little
Girl of Mine"); Matt Monro ("My Kind of Girl" excerpt & "Walk
Away"); Donna Loren ("Ain't That Lovin' You Baby" excerpt & "Too
Many Fish in the Sea") and the Wellingtons.

b: 25-Nov-64 pc: 12-SHIN-64

13. Bobby Vinton, Freddy Canon, Aretha Franklin

Freddy Canon ("Abigail Beecher" excerpt and "Too Much Monkey
Business"); Bobby Vinton ("Mr. Lonely" and "Roses Are Red"); Aretha
Franklin ("It Won't Be Long" and "Runnin' Out Of Fools"); Righteous
Bros ("Shout" excerpt and "Baby What You Want Me to Do"); Donna
Loren ("Just Because" excerpt and "Rock Me in the Cradle of Love");
Bobby Sherman and Donna Loren ("Casting My Spell"); Bobby Sherman
("Hot Dog" excerpt and "Farmer John"); the Blossoms ("Shout"
excerpt) and Chambers Brothers ("Shout" excerpt and "Road's Rough
and Rocky"/"I Feel Like Crying All The Time").

b: 02-Dec-64 pc: 13-SHIN-64

14. Manfred Mann, Chubby Checker, Dixie Cups

Chubby Checker ("She Wants to Swim" and "Lovely Lovely (Loverly
Loverly)"); Manfred Mann ("Do Wah Diddy Diddy" and "Sha La La");
Dixie Cups ("Chapel of Love" excerpt and "You Should Have Seen the
Way He Looked At Me"); Tommy Quickly ("The Dog" and "Wild Side of
Life"); Righteous Brothers ("Fannie Mae"); Kelly Garrett ("Mellow
Fella"/"Mellow Fellows"); and Willy Nelson ("Willie and the Hand

b: 09-Dec-64 pc: 14-SHIN-64

15. Dave Clark 5, Isley Brothers, Newbeats, Adam Faith

Dave Clark Five ("Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah" excerpt, "Can't You See That
She's Mine?" "Everybody Knows" and "Anyway You Want It"); Isley
Brothers ("Shout"); the Newbeats ("Everything's All Right"); Adam
Faith ("Boom Boom" and "It's All Right"); Mickey Rooney Jr. ("I Feel
Fine"); Kelly Garrett ("Wild One"); Fanita James/Blossoms ("Going
Out of My Head"); and Bobby Sherman ("She's A Woman")

b: 16-Dec-64 pc: 15-SHIN-64

16. Christmas '64: Beach Boys, Marvin Gaye, Righteous Bros.

Marvin Gaye ("How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You" and "Hitch Hike");
the Beach Boys ("Dance, Dance, Dance," "Little Saint Nick," "Monster
Mash," "Papa Oom Mow Mow," "Johnny B. Goode," and "We Three Kings");
the Righteous Brothers ("The Jerk"); Adam Faith ("Watch Your Step"
and "Santa Claus Is Back in Town"); Bobby Sherman and Donna Loren
("Keep on Searching"); Bobby Sherman ("Sleigh Ride"); and Donna
Loren ("Santa Claus is Coming to Town").

b: 23-Dec-64 pc: 16-SHIN-64

17. Mary Wells, Jerry Lee Lewis, Bobby Rydell, Vic Dana

Mary Wells ("My Guy" and "Use Your Head"); Jerry Lee Lewis ("Jenny
Jenny" excerpt, "Mean Woman Blues" and "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin'
On"); Bobby Rydell ("I Just Can't Say Good Bye" and "Swingin'
School"); Vic Dana ("Down by the River Side"); the Gauchos
("California Sun"); Donna Loren ("At the Hop" excerpt and "Ten Good
Reasons"); the Blossoms & the Wellingtons ("At the Hop" excerpt) and
Willy Nelson ("Rip It Up" excerpt & "Don't Let Go").

b: 30-Dec-64 pc: 17-SHIN-64

18. Sal Mineo, Righteous Brothers, Sandie Shaw

Sal Mineo ("Girl Across the Way" and "Save the Last Dance for Me");
Righteous Brothers ("Let the Good Times Roll" excerpt, "Charlie
Brown," and "In That Great Gettin' Up Mornin'"); Sandie Shaw
("(There's) Always Something There To Remind Me"); Adam Faith ("Dig
That Kind Of Beat"/"Don't You Dig This Kind of Beat"); Blossoms
("Swing Down Chariot"); Jackie and Gayle ("Mr. Novak"); Donna Loren
("Too Many Fish in the Sea" excerpt and "90 Day Guarantee"); and
Bobby Sherman ("Hot Dog" excerpt and "High School Confidential").

Opening medley (at start of show - song excerpts):
1. Jackie & Gayle, Righteous Brothers – "Let the Good Times Roll"
2. Donna Loren, Blossoms – "Too Many Fish in the Sea"
3. Bobby Sherman – "Hound Dog" (end of medley)

Finale: Righteous Brothers – "In That Great Gettin' Up Mornin'"

b: 06-Jan-65 pc: 1-SHIN-65

19. Johnny Cash, Herman's Hermits, Paul Petersen

Johnny Cash ("Amen" and "Orange Blossom Special"); the Righteous
Brothers ("You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling"); Herman's Hermits ("I'm
Into Something Good"); the Paris Sisters ("My Buddy"); Dick and Dee
Dee ("Thou Shalt Not Steal" and "Be My Baby"); Paul Peterson
("Little Dreamer" and "I'm in Love Again"); and the Detergents
("Leader of the Laundromat").

Opening song: Dick and Dee Dee – "Thou Shalt Not Steal."
Finale: Paul Peterson – "I'm in Love Again."

b: 13-Jan-65 pc: 2-SHIN-65

NOTE: Note: This was the final 30-minute episode of the first
season. Shindig! expanded to an hour starting with next week's show
(January 20, 1965).

20. Rolling Stones, Dave Clark 5, Petula Clark, Kinks

Petula Clark ("Downtown"); The Rolling Stones ("Heart of Stone");
the Kinks ("You Really Got Me" and "All Day and All of the Night");
Dave Clark Five ("Because" and "Glad All Over"); Gerry and the
Pacemakers ("Dizzy Miss Lizzy" and "Don't Let the Sun Catch You
Crying"); Bobby Vee ("Cross My Heart" and "Early in the Morning");
Walker Brothers ("I'm A Loser," "Promised Land" and "Pretty Girls
Everywhere"); the Fearless Foursome ("Since You're Gone" – Quartet
made up of Los Angeles Rams linemen Rosevelt Grier, Merlin Olsen,
Lamar Lundy, and David "Deacon" Jones); Rosevelt "Rosie" Grier ("I
Who Have Nothing"); Glenn Campbell ("Mean Woman Blues," "Crying" and
"Dream Baby"); Donna Loren ("Rock ‘n' Roll Music," "Ten Good
Reasons" and "Boys"); Bobby Sherman ("I Can't Stop," "That is Rock
‘n' Roll" and "Girls Girls Girls") and Jackie and Gayle ("Give Him A
Great Big Kiss" & "Yakety Yak").

b: 20-Jan-65 pc: 3-SHIN-65

NOTE: The segments with Petula Clark, The Rolling Stones, the Kinks
and the Dave Clark Five were taped in London. All the other segments
were taped in Hollywood.

21. Little Anthony, Duane Eddy, Zombies, Aretha Franklin

Duane Eddy ("Ruffneck" and "Rebel Rouser"); the Zombies ("Tell Her
No"); Little Anthony and the Imperials ("Way Down Yonder in New
Orleans" excerpt, "Dixieland Rock," "Hurts So Bad," "Twist and
Shout" & "Shout"); Serendipity Singers ("Battle of New Orleans"
excerpt, "Rider," & "Little Brown Jug"); The Blossoms and Bill
Medley ("Muskrat Ramble" excerpt); Bobby Hatfield ("Good Golly Miss
Molly"); Righteous Brothers ("What'd I Say?" and "Look at Me");
Aretha Franklin ("Can't You Just See Me" and "Rockabye Your Baby");
Freddie and the Dreamers ("You Were Made for Me"); Susan Barrett
("Jim Dandy" & "Mr. Lee"); Glenn Campbell ("Dixieland Rock" excerpt,
"Kentucky Means Paradise" & "Cumberland Gap"); Ray Peterson
("Unchained Melody"); Bobby Sherman ("New Orleans" excerpt, "You
Can't Sit Down," & "Splish Splash"); The Gloria Tracey Trio (woman
playing harp – "Love for Sale"); and John Andrea ("Take Her")

b: 27-Jan-65 pc: 4-SHIN-65

22. Kingsmen, Hondells, Peter & Gordon, Clara Ward Singers

The Kingsmen ("Little Latin Lupe Lu" and "Jolly Green Giant"); Peter
and Gordon ("I Go to Pieces" and "Love Me, Baby"); Hondells ("Little
Honda" excerpt, "Hot Rod High," and "You're Gonna Ride With Me");
Clara Ward Singers ("Didn't It Rain?" and "The Old Landmark"); Gale
Garnett ("Loving Place"); Glenn Campbell ("Shake, Rattle & Roll"
excerpt and "Truck Driving Man"); Blossoms ("(I do the) Shimmy
Shimmy" excerpt); Donna Loren ("Keep A Knockin'" excerpt,
"Personality" and "The Wedding"/"Ava Maria"); Bobby Sherman
("Rocking Pneumonia" and "You Better Know It"); Russ Titleman
("Seven Little Girls Sitting in the Backseat"); Jackie & Gayle
("Love Potion # 9" and "Turn Around"); the Condors featuring George
and Teddy ("Sticks and Stones" and "Rocking Robin"); Leon Russell
("Jambalaya"); Shindig dancers ("Bad Motorcycle" with the Hondells);
and John Andrea ("Are You Sincere?").

b: 03-Feb-65 pc: 5-SHIN-65

23. Del Shannon, Coasters, Ventures, Jewel Akens, Marianne Faithfull

Del Shannon ("Stranger in Town," "Do You Wanna Dance," and "Keep
Searchin' (We'll Follow the Sun)"); The Temptations ("My Girl" and
"When the Saints Go Marching In"); the Ventures ("Diamond Head" and
"Caravan"); Marianne Faithfull ("As Tears Go By"); Bobby Hatfield
("Joy Joy Joy," "My Prayer" and "Shake"); Coasters ("Along Came
Jones," "What Is the Secret of Your Success?" and"Searchin'"); Jewel
Akens ("The Birds and the Bees"); Pat and Lolly Vegas ("La Bomba"
and "Write Me, Baby"); John Andrea ("Lemon Tree" and "Take Her);
Jean King (of the Blossoms – "Somewhere"); Donna Loren ("It's
Alright" excerpt and "The Boy from New York City"); Bobby Sherman
("It Hurts Me"); Jerry Mason ("Mala"); "); the Eligibles ("Zing!
Went the Strings of my Heart"); and Willy Nelson ("Metropole"/"I'm
In Love with the Dancing Girl Working at the Metropole" - not Willie
Nelson, the country singer).

Opening song: "It's Alright" (performed by Willy Nelson, Pat and
Lolly Vega, Coasters, Ventures, Bobby Sherman & Donna Loren,
Temptations, Eligibles, and Bobby Hatfield).

b: 10-Feb-65 pc: 6-SHIN-65

24. Jerry Lee Lewis, Linda Gail, Herman's Hermits, Moody Blues

Jerry Lee Lewis ("Breathless" excerpt, "Long Tall Sally," "Baby Hold
Me Close," and "Great Balls of Fire"); Peter and Gordon ("World
Without Love" and "Land of Oden"); Herman's Hermits ("Can't You Hear
My Heart Beat"); Moody Blues ("Go Now"); Sonny and Cher ("Can't Buy
Me Love" excerpt, "Rip It Up" and "Baby Don't Go"); Dee Dee Sharpe
("Mine" excerpt, "Let the Sunshine In" and "Rock Me in the Cradle of
Love"); Vic Dana ("Red Roses for a Blue Lady"); Linda Gail (Jerry
Lee Lewis' sister – "Let's Jump the Broomstick," "Thanks A Lot" and
"Girl from Wolverton Mountain"); Sandie Shaw ("Girl Don't Come");
Glen Campbell ("Oh Boy" and "Tomorrow Never Comes"); Steve Alaimo
("Jail House Rock" excerpt and "Real Live Girl"); Bobby Sherman ("It
Hurts Me," "Hey Little Girl" and "He's Got the Whole World in his
Hands"); the Echoes ("Shout" and "Hippy Hippy Shake"); the Blossoms
("Name Game" excerpt); Leon Russell ("High Heel Sneakers"); and
Jerry Cole & Russ Titleman ("Not Fade Away").

b: 17-Feb-65 pc: 7-SHIN-65

25. Supremes, Barbarians, Neil Sedaka, Stan Getz, Ruth Price

: The Supremes ("Eight Days a Week," "Stop in the Name of Love" and
"You Can't Do That"); Stan Getz ("The Knight Rides Again"); Stan
Getz and Ruth Price ("Telephone Song"); Marianne Faithfull ("Mary
Ann"); Neil Sedaka ("Happy Birthday, Sweet Sixteen" and "I Go Ape");
the Barbarians ("You've Got to Understand"); Freddie and the
Dreamers ("I'm Telling You Now" and "Cut Across Shorty"); the Poets
("Now We're Through"); Glenn Campbell ("Um Um Um Um" and "Only Make
Believe"); Glenn Campbell and Joey Cooper ("I've Got A Tiger By the
Tail"); the Gauchos ("Down the Road Apiece and "Out of Sight");
Donna Loren ("Blue Suede Shoes" and "With the Wind and the Rain in
Your Hair"); Bobby Sherman ("Milk Cow Blues" and "Don't Start Crying
Now"); the Shindogs ("I Don't Want to Spoil the Party"); Jerry
Naylor ("I Found You"/"I Find You" and "I'll Take You Home") and the
New Yorkers ("Ain't that News?")

b: 24-Feb-65 pc: 8-SHIN-65

26. Rolling Stones, Joe Tex, Little Eva, Jay & The Americans

Rolling Stones ("Heart of Stone" and "Suzie Q"); Jay & The Americans
("Let's Lock The Door," "At the Club" and "Come a Little Bit
Closer"); Little Eva ("Let's Turkey Trot," "I Want You To Be My Boy"
and "Locomotion"); Joe Tex ("Keep on Keeping On" excerpt and "Hold
On What You've Got"); Joe Tex and Darlene Love ("Yes Indeed");
Johnny Tillotson ("Angel"); Chambers Brothers ("People Get Ready");
Dave Berry ("My Baby Left Me"); Roy Clark ("Shake" excerpt,
"Lumberjack Man," and "The Wind Always Blows In Chicago"); Bobby
Sherman ("All Day and All of the Night" excerpt, "Good Night," and
"Yeah, Yeah"); Suzy Kaye ("Really Saying Something" excerpt and
"Jerk And Twine"); Jerry Cole and Russ Titleman ("Little Things"
excerpt); the Gauchos ("Eight Days a Week" and "Everyday"); the
Shindogs ("Eight Days a Week" excerpt, "Midnight Special" and "A Big
Hunk ‘O Love"); John Andrea ("Comin' Home"/"I'm Coming Home"); and
the Shindig dancers ("Busy Signal").

b: 03-Mar-65 pc: 9-SHIN-65

27. Dobie Gray, Drifters, Beau Brummels, Tony Bennett

Dobie Gray ("Rock ‘n' Roll Music" excerpt and "The ‘In' Crowd");
Beau Brummels ("Rock ‘n' Roll Music" excerpt, "Laugh, Laugh" &
"Queen of the Hop"); The Drifters ("At the Club"); Aretha Franklin
and Ray Johnson ("Mockingbird" duet); Aretha Franklin ("Can't You
Just See Me?"); Tony Bennett ("Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs
Me)" and "I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plan"); Bill Medley ("Old
Man River"); The Righteous Brothers ("This Little Girl of Mine" and
"Ko Ko Mo"); Everly Brothers ("Wake Up Little Susie," "That'll Be
the Day" and "Bird Dog"); Donna Loren ("Rock ‘n' Roll Music" excerpt
and "I'm Ready"); Donna Loren and Bobby Sherman ("Rock ‘n' Roll
Music" excerpt and "Just One Look"); Bobby Sherman ("Rock ‘n' Roll
Music" excerpt and "Somebody to Love"); the Shindogs ("I'm A Loser"
and "King of the Road"); Mickey Rooney, Jr. ("Rock ‘n' Roll Music"
excerpt and "40 Days"); John Andrea ("Volare"); and the Shindig
dancers (Maria Ghava & 2 other dancers – "Give Him A Great Big

b: 10-Mar-65 pc: 10-SHIN-65

28. Shirley Ellis, Jackie Wilson, Bobby Goldsboro, Standells

Shirley Ellis ("The Clapping Song" & "Name Game" - with the Blossoms
and the Wellingtons); Jackie Wilson ("Danny Boy" and "Sing");
Shirley Ellis, Jackie Wilson, and Dick and Dee Dee ("Gonna Mess Up a
Good Thing"); Bobby Goldsboro ("Little Things"); Jewel Atkins ("The
Birds and the Bees"); Dick and Dee Dee ("Do You Wanna Dance," "Be My
Baby" and "How Do You Do It"); the Standells ("Don't Let Me Be
Misunderstood" and "Come Home"); Glen Campbell ("King Creole" and
"Do the Clam"); Donna Loren ("Goldfinger"); Bobby Sherman ("Hello
Mary Lou"); the Tradewinds ("New York's a Lonely Town"); the
Blossoms ("Peaches and Cream"); Shinding Band ("Rah Rah Rockingham"
and "Twine Time"); the Shindogs ("Rah Rah Shindig," "Baby Please
Don't Go," "I've Got A Tiger by the Tail" and "Shotgun"); the
Wellingtons ("If I Fell"); and the Shindig dancers ("South Street").

b: 24-Mar-65 pc: 12-SHIN-65

29. Chuck Berry, Rosie Grier, The Spats, Adam Faith

Chuck Berry ("Dear Dad," "Around and Around," "Rock ‘n' Roll Music,"
and "Back in the U.S.A."); Roosevelt "Rosie" Grier ("It's Not
Unusual"); Adam Faith ("Roll Over Beethoven," "Talk About Love,"
"It's Alright," "Lucille," and "It Sounds Good to Me"); Billy Fury
("I'm Lost Without You"); Sylvie Vartan ("Reelin' & Rockin',"
"Money" and "Twist and Shout"); The Spats ("Boney Maronie" and
"Gator Tails and Monkey Ribs"); Bobby Sherman ("Sweet Little
Sixteen" and "It Hurts Me"); Bobby Sherman and the Shindig band
("Roberta"); the Blossoms and the Shindig Band ("Woe Tom"); the
Blossoms ("Johnny B. Goode" and "Land of A Thousand Dances"); Jerry
Mason ("Viva Las Vegas"); Jerry Cole and the Shindig Band ("Come
Over to my Place"); Joey Cooper ("Maybelline"); Delaney Bramlett
("Memphis"); Shindogs ("The Race Is On" and "Shaking All Over");
Shindogs and the Wellingtons ("Roll Over Beethoven"); Jackie and
Gayle ("If I Loved You" and "I'll Save the Last Dance for You");
John Andrea ("Loddy Lo"); and the Wellingtons ("It's A Big Wonderful

b: 31-Mar-65 pc: 13-SHIN-65

30. Tina Turner, Marvin Gaye, Lesley Gore, Righteous Bros.

Marvin Gaye ("Willie and the Hand Jive" excerpt, "I'll Be Doggone,"
"Memphis," "Stubborn Kind of Fellow," "Don't Let Me Be
Misunderstood," & "Can I Get a Witness?"); Tina Turner ("Willie and
the Hand Jive" excerpt, "Money," "That'll Be the Day," "Tell Her I'm
Not Home" and "Tell the Truth"); Martha and the Vandelas ("Nowhere
to Run"); Lesley Gore ("The Look of Love," "Gee Baby I'm Sorry " and
"All of My Life"); Righteous Brothers ("Willie and the Hand Jive"
excerpt & "I Need Your Loving"); Bill Medley ("You've Lost that
Loving Feeling" & "Leave My Woman Alone"); Bobby Hatfield ("Teasing
You," "Tell Her No," "I'm A Lover Not a Fighter"); Bobby Hatfield
and Donna Loren ("I Must Be Seeing Things"); Donna Loren ("Got to
Get You off My Mind"); Larry Hovis ("Cherry Pie"); Glenn Campbell
("Hot Dog" excerpt & "Tomorrow Never Comes"); John Andrea ("Rock
Island Line" excerpt, "Sweet Little 16" with the Shindogs); Dalaney
Bramlett ("Jack of Diamonds"); Jimmy Clanton ("Tired of Waiting for
You"); the Blossoms ("Rock Island Line" excerpt & "The Barracuda" –
Blossoms without Darlene Love); Shindogs ("Shotgun"); the
Wellingtons ("Rock Island Line" excerpt, "The Game of Love" and "She
Loves You"); and Willy Nelson ("Metropole"/"I'm In Love with the
Dancing Girl Working at the Metropole")

b: 07-Apr-65 pc: 14-SHIN-65

31. Neil Sedaka, Millie Small, Jerry Lee Lewis

Jerry Lee Lewis ("Whole Lotta Shaking Going On" excerpt and "I
Believe in You"); Neil Sedaka ("Let the People Talk" and "Breaking
Up Is Hard to Do"); Jerry Lee Lewis and Neil Sedaka ("Take Me Out to
the Ball Game"); Millie Small ("Be My Baby" excerpt, "I'm Blue" and
"My Boy Lollipop"); Righteous Brothers ("Ko Ko Joe" excerpt and "Try
to Find Another Man"); Bobby Hatfield ("Come See"); Glenn Campbell
("Wabash Cannonball"); Nino Tempo and April Stevens ("Swing Me");
Sounds Inc. ("Time for You" and "Hall of the Mountain King"); Anita
Sheer ("Cecilia" and "I'll Never Find Another You"); Donna Loren
("Talk About Love" and "Finger Poppin'"); The Blossoms ("Peaches and
Cream" excerpt and "I Like It Like That"); Shindogs ("Shaking All
Over" excerpt and "Find My Way Back Home"); Jerry Mason ("For
Mama"); the Wellingtons ("Talk about Love" excerpt and "Bumble Bee")
and James Burton ("Love Lost").

b: 14-Apr-65 pc: 15-SHIN-65

32. Beach Boys, Shangri-Las, The Ikettes, Wayne Fontana

The Beach Boys ("Do You Wanna Dance," "Fun Fun Fun," "Long Tall
Texan," "Please Let Me Wonder," "Help Me Rhonda" and "Their Hearts
Were Full of Spring"); Shangri-Las ("Shout" and "Out in the
Streets"); Shangri-Las ("Give Him A Great Big Kiss" with Ian
Whitcomb cameo); The Ikettes ("Peaches and Cream" and "Camel Walk");
Ian Whitcomb ("I'm A Loser" & "This Sporting Life"); Wayne Fontana
and the Mindbenders ("Stop, Look and Listen"); Joe and Eddy ("Swing
Down Chariot," "All Night Long" and "There Is A Meeting"); Cilla
Black ("I've Been Wrong Before"); Rita Pavone ("Just Once More,"
"Your Baby's Gone Surfing" and "Eyes of Mine"); Dick and Dee Dee
("Freight Train" and "Be My Baby"); Joey Cooper ("Do the Clam" and
"Love Is You"); Shindogs ("She's About A Mover"); Carole Shelyne
("The Girl in the Horn-Rimmed Glasses") and the Wellingtons ("She's
About A Mover").

b: 21-Apr-65 pc: 16-SHIN-65

33. Four Tops, Manfred Mann, Freddie/Dreamers, Sandie Shaw

Four Tops ("Baby, I Need Your Lovin'" and "Ask The Lonely"); Bettye
Swann ("Man Who Said No"); Manfred Mann ("I Got My Mojo Workin'" and
"Come Tomorrow"); Freddie and the Dreamers ("If You Gotta Make A
Fool Of Somebody" and "I Understand"); Leroy Van Dyke ("The
Auctioneer" and "My Heart Keeps Hangin' On"); Sandie Shaw ("Girl
Don't Come" and "I'd Be Far Better Off Without You"); Dick and Dee
Dee ("(The Bees Are for the Birds) the Birds Are for the Bees"
excerpt and "Rockin' Pneumonia"); Donna Loren ("Tutti Frutti"
excerpt and "I Know A Place"); Bobby Sherman & Donna Loren ("Heebie
Jeebies"); Bobby Sherman ("School Days"); the Blossoms ("Tutti
Frutti" excerpt and "All Around the World"); Shindogs ("Dear Dad"
excerpt, "My Baby Left Me" and "She's About A Mover"); and the
Wellingtons ("Tutti Frutti" excerpt and "You Can't Sit Down")

b: 28-Apr-65 pc: 17-SHIN-65

34. "Tribute to Elvis": Isley Brothers, Sonny & Cher, Chambers

Chambers Brothers ("Jailhouse Rock"); Sonny and Cher ("I Got Stung,"
"Let Me Be Your Teddy Bear," "All Shook Up" and "Treat Me Nice");
Cher ("Wooden Heart"); Isley Brothers ("Hard Headed Woman" and "Wear
My Ring Around Your Neck"); Glenn Campbell ("Big Hunk O' Love,"
"Trouble" and "Surrender"); Ray Peterson ("Can't Help Falling in
Love," "It's Now or Never" and "Heartbreak Hotel"); the Blossoms
("Got A Lot O' Livin' To Do," "Wear My Ring Around Your Neck" and
"Shake Rattle & Roll"); Linda Gayle ("Don't Be Cruel" and "Crying in
the Chapel"); Delaney Bramlett ("That's Alright Mama"); Joey Cooper
("Blue Suede Shoes," "Mean Woman Blues" and "Crawfish"); Shindogs
("King Creole"); Jimmy Boyd ("Hot Dog" and "Poor Boy"); Willy Nelson
("Hound Dog"); the Wellingtons ("I Need Your Love Tonight" and "Wear
My Ring Around Your Neck"); Maria Ghava ("Hey Memphis") and the
Shindig dancers ("Party").

b: 05-May-65 pc: 18-SHIN-65

35. Olympics, Moody Blues, Brenda Holloway, Dino, Desi & Billy

The Olympics ("Jenny, Jenny" excerpt, "Hully Gully" and "Good
Lovin'"); Moody Blues ("I Go Crazy" and "Go Now"); Dino, Desi and
Billy (Dean Martin, Jr., Desi Arnaz Jr., and Billy Hinsche - "I'm a
Fool"); Righteous Brothers ("Walking the Dog," "Hully Gully" "Just
Once in My Life" and "I'm a Hog for You Baby"); Brenda Holloway
("When I'm Gone" and "He's Coming Home"); Bach Yen ("Pas Touch้");
Dick and Dee Dee ("Baby, Please Don't Go" excerpt, "It's Gonna Be
Alright," "Hello Josephine"); Shindogs ("Jenny, Jenny" excerpt,
"Walking the Dog" excerpt, "The Last Time," and "Gloria");
Shindogs/Delaney Bramlett ("High Blood Pressure"); Blossoms ("Hully
Gully" and "Goodbye, So Long"); Bobby Sherman ("Silhouettes"); Jerry
Mason ("My Babe"); and Russ Titleman ("Bright Lights, Big City").

b: 12-May-65 pc: 19-SHIN-65

36. Ray Charles, Zombies, Dinah Lee, Righteous Brothers

Ray Charles ("I Can't Stop Loving You" excerpt, "I've Got A Woman,"
and "Georgia"); Ray Charles ("What'd I Say" with the Righteous
Brothers and the Blossoms); Righteous Brothers ("This Little Girl of
Mine" excerpt, "Bring It on Home To Me" and "Sticks and Stones");
Zombies ("It's Alright with Me" and "Summertime"); Dinah Lee ("You
Don't Talk about Love"/"You Never Talk about Love" and "Oh, Boy!");
Donna Loren ("Sticks and Stones" excerpt, "Cycle Set" and "Into My
Heart"/"So High So Low"); Donna Loren and Bobby Sherman ("Sticks and
Stones" excerpt); Bobby Sherman ("Hey Little Girl" and "Well
Alright"); George Soul้ ("I Love The Way You Love"); Joe Williams
("I'm Sticking with You Baby"); Blossoms ("Guess Who" excerpt);
Glenn Campbell ("I Guess I'm Dumb"); Ray Peterson ("House Without
Windows"); Wellingtons ("Hit the Road Jack" excerpt and "Little Old
Lady from Pasadena"); and the Shindogs ("Hippy Hippy Shake").

b: 19-May-65 pc: 20-SHIN-65

37. Rolling Stones, Howlin' Wolf, Sonny & Cher, Jackie DeShannon

Rolling Stones ("Down The Road Apiece" excerpt, "Little Red
Rooster," "The Last Time," "Play With Fire" & "Satisfaction");
Howlin' Wolf ("How Many Years"); Sonny and Cher ("Whole Lotta
Shaking Going On" excerpt & "We're Gonna Make It"); Jimmie Rogers
("Honeycomb" and "Woman From Liberia"); Jackie DeShannon
("Something's Got a Hold of Me (It Must Be Love)"); Adam Wade
("Garden in the Rain"); The Explosions ("Work with Me, Annie"); Rick
Lancelot ("Doctor Feelgood"); Len and Glenn, Brady and Grady
("Reelin' and Rockin'" excerpt, "I Think I'm Getting Wiser
Everyday," & "Love Me or Never Go Steady with Me"); Bobby Sherman
("Reelin' and Rockin'" excerpt & "Ready Teddy"); the Wellingtons
("Johnny B. Goode" excerpt & "Short, Shorts"); and the Shindogs
("Ticket to Ride").

b: 26-May-65 pc: 21-SHIN-65

38. Major Lance, Patty Duke, Diane Renay, Righteous Bros.

Patty Duke ("Don't Just Stand There" & "Everything But Love");
Righteous Brothers ("Koko Joe," "You'll Never Walk Alone," and "Big
Boy Pete"); Marianne Faithfull ("Once I Had A Sweetheart"); Major
Lance ("Ain't That A Shame" and "Monkey Time"); Diane Renay ("Dum
Dum"); Linda Carr ("Da Doo Run Run," "What'd I Say?" and "C. C.
Rider"); the Blossoms ("Down by the Riverside"); Billy Preston
("What'd I Say?" and "Lucille"); Bobby Sherman ("Yeh Yeh" &
"Peppermint Twist"); Bobby Sherman with Delaney Bramlett and Joey
Cooper("Wooly Bully"); Delaney Bramlett ("Gambling Man"); Shindogs
("Country Music Is Here to Stay" & "It's Gonna Be Alright"); and the
Wellingtons ("Three Cool Cats" & "Peppermint Twist")

Opening medley (at beginning of show, song excerpts):
1. Bobby Sherman & Diane Renay – "Peggy Sue"
2. Blossoms, Wellingtons – "Keep A Knockin'"
3. Righteous Brothers – "Be Bop A Lula"

b: 02-Jun-65 pc: 22-SHIN-65

NOTE: The Marianne Faithfull "Once I Had A Sweetheart" clip was
probably taped in England. It appears to have been filmed at the
same time as the "Mary Ann" clip (that aired 24-Feb-65). The set is
the same, Marianne is sitting on the same stool, and the guitar
player (Jon Mark) is in the same location. The "As Tears Go By" clip
(which aired 10-Feb-65) might have also been filmed at this time -
Marianne is wearing the same dress in all three clips.

39. Everly Bros., Righteous Bros., Bettye Lavette, Piccola Pupa

Piccola Pupa ("Breakaway" and "Skateboard"); Betty Lavette ("Let Me
Down Easy"); Clydie King ("The Thrill's Gone"); Billy Preston ("Baby
Face" excerpt, "Log Cabin" and "Breathless" excerpt); Righteous
Brothers ("Slippin' and Slidin'" excerpt, "Camel Walk" excerpt and
"Fee Fi Fidily I Oh"); Bobby Hatfield ("Out of Sight"); the Vocals
("Lonesome Mood"); Jimmy Clanton ("Hurting Each Other"); Everly
Brothers ("Gone Gone Gone" excerpt, "Great Balls Of Fire," "Slippin'
and a Slidin'" excerpt & "The Price Of Love"); Darlene Love ("Didn't
It Rain?"); Sandie Shaw ("Always Something There to Remind Me");
Jackie and Gayle ("Iko Iko" excerpt, "Camel Walk" excerpt and "And
That's How It Goes"); the Blossoms ("Don't Hang Up" excerpt and
"Camel Walk" excerpt); Glenn Campbell ("Tom Dooley" and "Fort Worth
Jail" excerpt); and the Wellingtons ("Sunglasses" with the Shindig

b: 09-Jun-65 pc: 23-SHIN-65

40. Gary Lewis & the Playboys, Gerry/Pacemakers, P.J. Proby

Gary Lewis & The Playboys ("Count Me In" and "Save Your Heart for
Me"); Petula Clark ("In Love"); PJ Proby ("Hold Me," "Let the Water
Run Down" and "Can Your Monkey Do the Dog?"); the Bitter End Singers
("Hard Times" and "I Ain't Gonna Take It Sitting Down"); Everly
Brothers ("Wake Up Little Suzie" excerpt, "Cathy's Clown," "How Do
You Do It?," "I Like It" and "I'll Never Get Over You"); Everly
Brothers and Gerry and the Pacemakers ("Pretend"); Gerry and the
Pacemakers ("Slow Down" excerpt, "Bye Bye Love," "Bee Bop a Lu La,"
"It's Gonna Be Alright," and "You'll Never Walk Alone"); Dick and
Dee Dee with Gerry Marsden ("A Shot of Rhythm and Blues"); Dick and
Dee Dee ("Should We Tell Him?" excerpt and "Some Things Just Stick
in Your Mind"); Gary Brento Weis ("What'd I Say" excerpt and "Lover
Man"); Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers ("I Can't Stand It"); Billy
Preston ("Little Sally Walker"); and the Wellingtons ("Wonderful

b: 16-Jun-65 pc: 24-SHIN-65

NOTE: This was the last Shindig with Jack Good appearing on camera.
Good produced only two more Shindig episodes.
Produced by Jack Good / Directed by Dean Whitmore

41. The Byrds, Kingsmen, Micki Lynn, Jody Miller, Dave Berry

The Byrds ("Long Tall Sally" excerpt, "Not Fade Away," and "Mr.
Tambourine Man"); the Kingsmen ("Good Golly Miss Molly" excerpt,
"Louie, Louie" and "Do the Climb"); Micki Lynn ("Crazy ‘bout My
Baby" and "Old Landmark"); Jody Miller ("Queen of the House" and
"Saved"); Righteous Brothers ("Sticks and Stones" excerpt, "Burn On
Love" and "Poison Ivy"); Stoneman Family ("Lost Ball in the High
Weeds" and "Big Ball In Monterey"); Everly Brothers ("I'll Never Get
Over You"); Dave Berry ("The Crying Game" & "One Heart between
Two"); Adam Faith ("Message to Martha"); Melinda Marx ("Is That What
I Get for Loving You?"); Billy Preston ("Good Golly Miss Molly"
excerpt and "Hey Hey Hey Hey"); Jean King (one of the Blossoms –
"Why Did I Choose You?") and Willy Nelson ("Long Tall Sally" excerpt
and "Shout" – not Willie Nelson, the country singer).

b: 23-Jun-65 pc: 25-SHIN-65

NOTE: Produced by Jack Good / Directed by Selwyn Touber
Most copies of this episode are missing the Jody Miller - "Queen of
the House" clip.

42. Jerry Lee Lewis, Chad and Jeremy, Jackie Wilson

Jerry Lee Lewis ("Jenny, Jenny" excerpt, "Rockin' Pneumonia," "High
School Confidential," and "Whole Lot Of Shakin' Going On"); Jackie
Wilson ("Shake Shake" excerpt, "That's Why (I Love You So)," "No
Pity in the Naked City" and "I'm So Lonely" and "Whole Lot Of
Shakin' Going On"); Chad and Jeremy ("Before and After" and "A
Summer Song"); Righteous Brothers ("Baby, What You Want Me to Do"
and "Whole Lot Of Shakin' Going On"); Bobby Hatfield ("Hey Little
Girl"); Bill Medley ("Charlie Brown"); Righteous Brothers and the
Blossoms ("Night Time Is the Right Time"); Glen Campbell
("Cumberland Gap"); Donna Loren ("I Do the Shimmy Shimmy" excerpt,
"Rock Me in the Cradle of Love" and "My Boyfriend's Back"); Bobby
Sherman and Donna Loren ("Casting My Spell on You"); Bobby Sherman
("At the Hop" excerpt and "You Can't Sit Down"); Shindogs ("My Baby
Left Me" and "Hard Days Night"); Shindogs & Bobby Sherman ("Good
Morning Little Schoolgirl"); the Wellingtons ("At the Hop" excerpt);
and the Blossoms ("I Do the Shimmy Shimmy" excerpt and "(He's Gonna
Be) Fine, Fine, Fine").

b: 30-Jun-65 pc: 26-SHIN-65

NOTE: Produced by Jack Good / Directed by Richard Dunlap (This was
the final episode produced by Jack Good.)

43. Marianne Faithfull, Kinks, Sonny & Cher

Marianne Faithfull ("What Have They Done To The Rain?" "As Tears Go
By," "Come and Stay With Me," and "This Little Bird"); Kinks ("I'm A
Lover Not A Fighter" excerpt, "It's All Right," "Set Me Free,"
"Tired of Waiting for You," and "Long Tall Shorty"); Sonny and Cher
("It's Gonna Rain" and "I Got You, Babe"); Cher ("Dream Baby"/"I
Dream of Him"); Sonny Bono ("Hello Josephine"); Aretha Franklin
("Shoop Shoop Song (It's In His Kiss)" and "I'm Losing You"); Billy
Preston ("Satisfaction"); the Gauchos ("I Ain't Got You" and "I Like
It Like That"); Donna Loren ("You Really Got Me" excerpt, "Bad Boy,"
and "Shakin' All Over"); the Blossoms ("Gimme Some" and "I Can't
Believe What You Say"); Bobby Sherman ("You Really Got Me" excerpt,
"Bring It On Home" and "I Saw Her Standing There"); Rick Lancelot
("All Day and All of the Night" excerpt and "Boom Boom"); and the
Eligibles ("A Little Bit Too Late").

b: 07-Jul-65 pc: 27-SHIN-65

NOTE: Produced by Dean Whitmore / Directed by Richard Dunlap
This was the first episode produced by Dean Whitmore. Whitmore was
previously the Shindig director (23-Sep-64 through 16-Jun-65).

44. Beau Brummels, Shelley Fabares, Sammy Jackson

The Beau Brummels ("Do You Wanna Dance" excerpt, "Just A Little,"
"Sad Little Girl" and "Tell Me Why"); Shelley Fabares ("My Prayer");
Sammy Jackson ("Do You Wanna Dance" excerpt, "Memphis" and "Hard
Headed Woman"); Ian Whitcomb ("I'm Henry the VIII, I Am," "Nervous,"
and "You Turn Me On"); the Gauchos ("For You My Love" and "Seventh
Son"); Terry Black ("Unless You Care"); Kelly Garrett ("Do You Wanna
Dance" excerpt, "Boy on the Drums" and "Fastest Little Racer");
Billy Preston ("All About Melanie"); the Blossoms ("Goodbye, So
Long"); Bobby Sherman ("Rave On," "Catch the Wind," "My Ferrari GTO"
and "For Your Love"); Shindogs ("Fun Fun Fun," "Talkin' ‘bout You"
and "She's Fine She's Mine"); George Wydell ("Do the Walk") and the
Wellingtons ("Lotus 23" and "Restless Rookie").

b: 14-Jul-65 pc: 28-SHIN-65

45. Gene Pitney, Gary Lewis & Playboys, Sir Douglas Quintet

Gene Pitney ("Carol" excerpt, "Looking Through the Eyes of Love,"
"Last Chance To Turn Around" and "The Race is On"); Gary Lewis and
the Playboys ("Save Your Heart for Me" and "This Diamond Ring"); Sir
Douglas Quintet ("Roll Over Beethoven" excerpt, "She's About A
Mover" and "The Tracker"); Sonny and Cher ("Ride On Josephine"
excerpt and "Do You Love Me?"); Cher ("All I Really Want to Do");
Nashville Teens ("Tobacco Road"); Jody Miller ("Silver Threads and
Golden Needles"); Righteous Brothers ("Justine," "In That Great
Gettin' up Morning" and "Here ‘tis"); Chiffons ("Nobody Knows What's
Goin' On (In My Mind But Me)"); Billy Preston ("Do the Boomerang"
and "Maggie's Farm"); Bobby Sherman ("Seventh Son"); the Elgibles &
the Blossoms ("I Want Candy"); the Blossoms ("I Can't Help Myself")
and Bruce Scott ("Maybelline" excerpt, "Sweet Little Sixteen" and
"Let the Little Girl Dance").

b: 21-Jul-65 pc: 29-SHIN-65

46. Dave Clark Five, Jay and the Americans, Dave Berry

Dave Clark Five ("Reelin' & Rockin'," "Glad All Over," "Bits and
Pieces," "Can't You See That She's Mine" and "I Like It Like That");
Jay and the Americans ("Do You Love Me," "This Land is Your Land"
and "Cara Mia"); Roy Clark ("Shake, Rattle and Roll," "Twelfth
Street Rag," "Sally Was A Good Girl" and "Bread and Butter Man");
the Nashville Teens ("Google Eye"); Dave Berry ("Memphis"); Terry
Black ("Good Golly Miss Molly" and "She Was Only Sixteen"); the
Blossoms ("Hippy Hippy Shake" and "Can I Get A Witness"); Billy
Preston ("Too Much Monkey Business"); Donna Loren ("Reelin' and
Rockin'," "To Know Him Is To Love Him" and "Long Live Love"); Tommy
Tucker ("High Heel Sneakers," "Long Tall Shorty," "Just for a Day"
and "Walking the Dog"); John Andrea ("Route 66"); Linda Carr
("Reelin' and Rockin'," "Pain In My Heart" and "Tell Me What You're
Gonna Do"); Mike Clifford ("New Orleans" and "Stay") and the
Wellingtons ("Go Go Girls").

b: 28-Jul-65 pc: 30-SHIN-65

47. Dixie Cups, Marianne Faithfull, Great Scots, Nooney Rickett 4

Dixie Cups ("I'm Gonna Get You Yet" and "Two Wa Pockey Way");
Marianne Faithfull ("My Time Of Sorrow" & "Paris Bells"); The Great
Scots ("Rockin' Robin" and "Give Some Lovin'"); Righteous Brothers
("Burn on Love" excerpt, "Keep A Knockin'" and "You Are My
Sunshine"); Bobby Hatfield ("Unchained Melody"); Terry Allen ("Red
Bird" & "Freedom School" medley); Billy Preston ("Seventh Son"
excerpt, "Clarabella" and "(I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man"); Nooney
Rickett Four ("Maybe the Last Time" and "Shame On You"/"Shame,
Shame, Shame"); Nooney Rickett Four ("Shout" with the Righteous
Brothers, Jackie and Gayle, and other guests); Jackie and Gayle ("It
Happened Just That Way" excerpt and "When You Walk in the Room");
Linda Clark with Jackie and Gayle ("Let the Sun Shine In"); Linda
Clark ("Oh Boy" and "Looking For My Pig"); Bobby Sherman ("It
Happened Just That Way" excerpt, "Got My Mojo Working" and "Wabash
Cannonball"); and Jerry Naylor ("You Turn Me On" excerpt, "Early in
the Morning" and "City Lights").

b: 04-Aug-65 pc: 31-SHIN-65

48. Ronettes, Donovan, Rolling Stones, Bobby Goldsboro

The Ronettes ("All Shook Up" excerpt, "Born to Be Together" and "Be
My Baby"); Sonny and Cher ("Yakety Yak" excerpt and "I Got You
Babe"); Sonny Bono ("Laugh At Me"); Donovan ("Catch the Wind" and
"Colours"); Rolling Stones ("Oh Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin')"
and "Down the Road a Piece"); Bobby Goldsboro ("I Go Ape" excerpt,
"Voodoo Woman" and "If You've Got A Heart"); Righteous Brothers
("Justine" excerpt, "Hung on You," "Turn on Your Love Light" and
"This Little Girl of Mine"); Joey Page ("Move It" excerpt, "I Just
Want to Make Love to You" and "West Coast Promo Man"/"The Under
Assistant West Coast Promotion Man"); Glenn Campbell ("Way Down
Yonder in New Orleans" excerpt, "It Happened Just That Way" and
"What's New Pussycat?"); Billy Preston ("Hound Dog" excerpt and
"Whole Lot of Shakin' Goin' On"); Donna Loren ("I Go Ape" excerpt,
"Sunshine, Lollipops, and Rainbows" and "All My Loving"); Shindogs
("Rock ‘n' Roll Music" excerpt, "Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby"
and "I Feel Fine"); Blossoms & Wellingtons ("Shake Rattle & Roll"
excerpt); and the Wellingtons ("People Get Ready").

b: 11-Aug-65 pc: 32-SHIN-65

NOTE: Produced by Dean Whitmore / Directed by J๘rn Winther

49. Bo Diddley, Tina Turner, Jackie DeShannon, Eddie Hodges

Bo Diddley ("Mama Don't Allow No Twistin'," "Give Me A Break," "You
Can't Judge A Book By It's Cover," "Road Runner" and "Hey Bo
Diddley"); Tina Turner ("I Don't Need," "Goodbye, So Long" and "I
Can't Believe What You Say"); Billy Preston ("Satisfaction"); Glenn
Campbell ("Mama Don't Allow No Twistin'," "Don't You Rock Me,
Daddy-O," "Rip It Up" and "Little Egypt"); Jackie DeShannon ("What
the World Needs Now" and "Feel So Good"); Jackie DeShannon, Patty
Michaels, and Dee Dee ("Surfin' U.S.A."); Dick and Dee Dee ("Thou
Shalt Not Steal" and "Don't Think Twice, It's Alright"); J. P. Mobey
("Bo Diddley," "Don't Cry No More," "Surf City" and "Can Your Monkey
Do the Dog?"); Eddie Hodges ("Mama Don't Allow No Twistin'" and "New
Orleans"); Eddie Rambeau ("Concrete and Clay" and "My Name Is Mud");
Patty Michaels ("Mrs. Johnny"); Bobby Sherman ("Pretty Things,"
"Down in the Boondocks," "On the Beach" and "Girls on the Beach");
the Blossoms/Fanita James ("Hush Hush, Sweet Charlotte"); the
Shindogs ("Ride On Josephine," "Dizzy Miss Lizzy" and "It's All Over
Now"); the Wellingtons ("Noble Surfer" and "Girls on the Beach") and
the Shindig Dancers ("Green Peppers").

b: 18-Aug-65 pc: 33-SHIN-65

50. James Brown, Booker T & the MG's, The Kinks

James Brown ("Papa's Got A Brand New Bag," "Please Please Please"
and "Night Train"); Booker T & the MG's ("Bootleg," "My Babe"/"Big
Train" and "Green Onions"); the Kinks ("I'm A Lover Not A Fighter"
and "Beautiful Delilah"); Jean Paul Vignon ("What Now My Love?" and
a French version of "It's My Party"); Billy Preston ("Shake and
Fingerpop"); Glenn Campbell ("Hard Headed Woman" excerpt, "Right
String Baby," "Hallelujah I Love Her So" and "I'm Alive"); the
Offbeats ("Mary," "I'm All Right" and "You Know I Need You"); Kathy
Kersh ("Evil" excerpt and "You'd Better Come Home"); Kathy Kersh &
Bobby Sherman ("You Can't Sit Down"); Bobby Sherman ("Susie Q"
excerpt, "Lover Please," "Wooly Bully," and "Heart of Soul"); Cathie
Taylor ("Rock Me in the Cradle of Love" and "Around the Corner");
the Shindogs ("I'm A Fool" excerpt and "Price of Love") and the
Shindogs & the Elgibles ("Help").

b: 01-Sep-65 pc: 35-SHIN-65

51. Patty Duke, Barbara Lewis, The Searchers, Gilloteens

Patty Duke ("Say Something Funny" and "Funny Little Butterflies");
the Zombies ("She's Not There"); the Searchers ("I Got My Mojo
Working" excerpt, "He's Got No Love," "Love Potion #9" and "Bumble
Bee"); Barbara Lewis ("He's A Real Gone Guy" excerpt, "It's Not
Unusual," "Baby I'm Yours" and "Watermelon Man"); Gene Chandler ("I
Got A Woman" excerpt, "Good Times" "Sugar Dumpling" and "Can I Get A
Witness?"); the Guilloteens ("I Got My Mojo Working" excerpt and "I
Don't Believe"); Billy Preston ("Agent Double-O-Soul"); Darlene
Love/Blossoms ("Saved"); the Blossoms & the Elgibles ("Rider"
excerpt); the Collins Kids ("Don't Think Twice, It's Alright"
excerpt, "Like A Rolling Stone," "Ticket to Ride" and "Sunshine
Lollipops and Rainbows"); the Elgibles ("A Summer Place"); Bruce
Scott ("Baby Work Out," "Summertime Blues" and "Save Your Heart for
Me"); Shindig band ("Yakety Axe"); the Elgibles ("A Summer Place");
John Andrea & Bruce Scott ("Don't Think Twice, It's Alright"
excerpt); and John Andrea & the Elgibles ("Bread and Butter" and
"California Girls")

b: 08-Sep-65 pc: 36-SHIN-65

NOTE: This was the final 1-hour Shindig.
Produced by Dean Whitmore / Directed by Richard Dunlap

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52. The Byrds, McCoys, Rolling Stones, Chad & Jill

The Byrds ("California Sun" excerpt, "I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better"
& "The Bells of Rhymney"); the McCoys ("California Sun" excerpt &
"Hang on Sloopy"); Rolling Stones ("Satisfaction"); Ketty Lester
("I'll Be Looking Back"); Chad and Jill ("Ready Teddy" excerpt & "I
Don't Want to Lose You Baby"); Chad Stewart ("Funny How Love Can
Be"); Everly Brothers ("Rip It Up" excerpt, "Love Is Strange" and
"The Girl Can't Help It"); Billy Preston ("Short Fat Fanny"); and
Jerry Naylor ("I Got A Feeling" excerpt & "Action")

b: 16-Sep-65 pc: 37-SHIN-65

NOTE: First Thursday Shindig.
Shindig now airs on Thursdays and Saturdays at 7:30pm (Eastern)
Starting with this 2nd season premiere, "Shindig" became a half-hour

53. Righteous Brothers, Dave Clark Five, Marianne Faithfull

The Dave Clark Five ("Catch Us If You Can"); Righteous Brothers
("Money Honey" excerpt, "Ko Ko Mo," and medley of songs: "My Babe,"
"Try to Find Another Man," "Little Latin Lupe Lu" & "Koko Jo");
Marianne Faithfull ("Summer Nights"); We Five ("You Were On My
Mind"); Freddie and the Dreamers ("Little Bitty Pretty One"); Jackie
De Shannon ("All Around the World" excerpt & "Shop Around"); Jackie
De Shannon, Bobby Sherman, Delaney Bramlett and Joey Cooper ("Shake
and Fingerpop"); Billy Preston ("Midnight Hour"); Bobby Sherman
("Out of Sight"); Bobby Sherman and the Wellingtons ("JuJu Hand");
the Shindogs ("Two Hound Dogs" excerpt & "I'm Down"); James Burton
(instrumental song excerpt); and the Wellingtons ("Two Hound Dogs"

b: 18-Sep-65 pc: 38-SHIN-65

NOTE: First Saturday Shindig.

54. Jerry Lee Lewis, Raquel Welch, Yardbirds, Pretty Things

Raquel Welch ("Dancing In the Street"); Jerry Lee Lewis
("Breathless" excerpt, "High Heeled Sneakers," "Mean Woman Blues,"
"High School Confidential" & "Great Balls of Fire"); Yardbirds ("For
Your Love" & "Heart Full Of Soul"); Pretty Things ("Honey, I Need");
Billy Preston ("Baby, Please Don't Go" excerpt & "Look at Me"); Mike
Clifford ("Ruby Baby"); Mike Clifford and the Wellingtons
("Wonderful World"); and the Blossoms ("Nowhere to Run").

b: 23-Sep-65 pc: 39-SHIN-65

55. Mary Wells, Little Anthony, Dick & Dee Dee, Georgie Fame

Mary Wells ("Me Without You" & "My Guy); Little Anthony and the
Imperials ("Can I Get A Witness?" excerpt, "Hurts So Bad," "I Miss
You So" & "Good Lovin'"); Dick and Dee Dee ("Sha La La" excerpt,
"Vini Vini" & "Liar, Liar"); Georgie Fame ("Like We Used to Be");
Jimmie Rodgers ("Early in the Morning" excerpt and "The World I Used
To Know"); Donna Loren ("I Only Want to be With You" excerpt &
"You've Got Your Troubles"); Bobby Sherman ("Mountain of Love"); and
Bobby Sherman, Donna Loren & Jimmie Rodgers ("Rock and Roll Music").

b: 28-Sep-65 pc: 40-SHIN-65

56. Major Lance, The Turtles, Lesley Gore, Hollies

Major Lance ("Don't Set Me Free," "Too Hot to Hold," "Um Um Um Um,"
"Monkey Time," "Hey Little Girl" & "Land of 1000 Dances"); the
Turtles ("We'll Meet Again," "Needles and Pins" & "It Ain't Me
Babe"); Lesley Gore ("It's My Party," "Judy's Turn to Cry," "My
Town, My Guy and Me" & "Sunshine, Lollipops, and Rainbows"); Donovan
("Colours"); the Hollies ("I'm Alive"); the Searchers ("High Heeled
Sneakers"); the Blossoms ("Oh Boy"); and the Shindogs ("Act
Naturally" and "Dixie Land Rock")

b: 30-Sep-65 pc: 41-SHIN-65

57. Four Tops, The Who, Billy Joe Royal, Linda Gayle

Four Tops ("Down the Road Apiece" excerpt and "It's the Same Old
Song"); Billy Joe Royal ("Down in the Boondocks" and "I Knew You
When"); the Who ("I Can't Explain"); Gerry and the Pacemakers
("Ferry Cross the Mersey"); Ray Peterson ("Let's Have A Party"
excerpt, "Mean Woman Blues," "Let the Four Winds Blow" and "Mickey's
Monkey"); Linda Gayle ("Do You Wanna Dance?" excerpt, "Home of the
Brave" & "Stop, Look and Listen"); and the Blossoms ("Lover's

b: 02-Oct-65 pc: 42-SHIN-65

58. Dee Dee Sharp, Kinks, Evie Sands, Charlie Rich

Dee Dee Sharp ("Rock Me in the Cradle of Love," "Do the Bird" and
"Mashed Potato Time"); The Kinks ("Who'll Be the Next in Line" and
"See My Friends"); Charlie Rich ("Mohair Sam" and "Lonely
Weekends"); Evie Sands ("Shu Rah," "Live It Up" and "Take Me for a
Little While"); Jean King ("Something Happens to Me"); Billy Preston
("Slow Twistin'"); Bobby Sherman ("Shu Rah," "You Must Have Been A
Beautiful Baby" and "You're the One"); and the Shindogs ("Come On
Let's Go" and "I'm Movin' On")

b: 07-Oct-65 pc: 43-SHIN-65

59. Carolyn Jones (guest host), Jr. Walker & the All Stars, Jackie

Carolyn Jones (guest host, "This Little Bird"); Jr. Walker ("You're
A Wonderful One"); Jr. Walker and the All Stars ("Shotgun," "Shake
and Fingerpop" and "Shout"); Jackie DeShannon ("It's Love Baby,"
"Lifetime of Loneliness" and "I Go Crazy"); Roy Head ("Treat Her
Right," "You Can't Sit Down" and "Turn On Your Love Light"); Glenn
Campbell ("Universal Soldier"); Dick and Dee Dee ("Thou Shalt Not
Steal," "I Live for the Sun" and "Roll Over Beethoven"); and the
Shindogs ("Not the Lovin' Kind")

b: 09-Oct-65 pc: 44-SHIN-65

60. Zsa Zsa Gabor (guest host), The Animals, Millie Small

Zsa Zsa Gabor (guest host, "High Heeled Sneakers"); The Animals
("I'm Crying" excerpt, "Boom Boom," "We've Got to Get Out of this
Place," "Bring It On Home to Me," "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood" &
"Talkin' Bout You"); Millie Small ("I'm in Love Again" excerpt, "My
Boy Lollipop" & "Bloodshot Eyes"); Marianne Faithfull ("There But
For Fortune"); the M.F.Q. (a.k.a. Modern Folk Quartet – "One Track
Mind" excerpt & "Come On In"); Donna Loren ("When the Lovelight
Starts Shining Through His Eyes" excerpt & "The Way of Love"); Billy
Preston ("Sticks and Stones"); Jim Weatherly ("I'm a Happy Man");
and Willy Nelson ("Jailer, Bring Me Water" excerpt & "Sea Cruise" –
Note: This is not Willie Nelson, the country singer.)

Opening medley (at beginning of show, song excerpts):
1. Millie Small – "I'm in Love Again"
2. Willy Nelson – "Jailer, Bring Me Water"
3. The M.F.Q. – "One Track Mind"
4. Donna Loren – "When the Lovelight Starts Shining Through His
5. The Animals – "I'm Crying" (end of medley)

b: 14-Oct-65 pc: 45-SHIN-65


61. Hugh O'Brian (guest host), Lovin' Spoonful, Peter and Gordon

Hugh O'Brian (guest host); Lovin' Spoonful ("Let the Good Times
Roll" excerpt, "When the Saints Go Marching In," Do You Believe In
Magic?" & "Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind?"); Peter and
Gordon ("Don't Pity Me"); Vashti Bunyan ("Some Things Just Stick in
Your Mind"); Jimmy Witherspoon ("Love Me Right"); Glenn Campbell and
Ray Peterson ("Slow Down"); Glenn Campbell ("Let the Good Times
Roll" excerpt & "Kansas City Star"); Ray Peterson ("Let the Good
Times Roll" excerpt & "Yesterday"); Kelly Garrett ("Let the Good
Times Roll" excerpt and "Tossing and Turning") and the Shindogs
("Let the Good Times Roll" excerpt & "Good Golly Miss Molly").

b: 16-Oct-65 pc: 46-SHIN-65

62. Hedy Lamarr (guest host), Kingsmen, Joe Tex, Dave Clark 5

Hedy Lamarr (guest host); The Kingsmen ("Do You Love Me" excerpt,
"Treat Her Right" excerpt, "Too Much Monkey Business," "Money,"
"Jolly Green Giant," "Annie Fannie," "Little Latin Lu" & "Louie
Louie"); Brenda Holloway ("Do You Love Me" excerpt, "Shake" & "You
Can Cry on My Shoulder"); Joe Tex ("Do You Love Me" excerpt, "Treat
Her Right" excerpt, "I Want To" & "I Got A Woman"); Dave Clark Five
("Having A Wild Weekend"); Eddie Rambeau ("Do You Love Me" excerpt,
"Treat Her Right," "Concrete and Clay" & "The Train"); and the
Blossoms ("Treat Her Right")

b: 21-Oct-65 pc: 47-SHIN-65

63. Ed Wynn (guest host), Shangri-Las, Byrds, Dobie Gray

Ed Wynn (guest host); Shangri-Las ("Right Now and Not Later," "Give
Him A Great Big Kiss" & "Twist and Shout"); the Byrds ("Chimes of
Freedom" & "Turn, Turn, Turn"); Dobie Gray ("The ‘In' Crowd" & "My
Baby"); Glenn Campbell ("Everyone's Gone to the Moon" & "Peppermint
Twist"); Bobby Sherman ("Ready Teddy" and "Goody Galum Shus");
Shindogs ("Keep A Knockin'") and the Elgibles.

Opening medley (at beginning of show, song excerpts):
1. Dobie Gray – "See You at the Go-Go"
2. Shangri-Las – "Thirty Days"
3. The Byrds – "I'm A Loser"
4. Bobby Sherman and Glenn Campbell – "Ready Teddy" (end of medley)

Finale (end of show): Shangri-Las, Dobie Gray, Glenn Campbell, and
Bobby Sherman – "Twist and Shout"

b: 23-Oct-65 pc: 48-SHIN-65

64. Jack E. Leonard (guest host), Manfred Mann, The Toys, Dinah Lee

Jack E. Leonard (guest host – "I'm Sitting On Top of the World");
Jimmy Durante & the Shindogs ("Someday Someday"); the Toys ("A
Lover's Concerto"); the Toys & Jerry Naylor ("Why Do Fools Fall in
Love?"); the Newbeats ("Run Baby Run," "Bread and Butter" and
"Everything's All Right"); Manfred Mann ("One in the Middle"); Glen
Campbell ("Working for the Man" and "Road Runner"); Dinah Lee ("What
Kind of Love Is This," "I'm Walkin'" and "Road Runner"); Jerry
Naylor ("Everybody Loves A Clown" and "Road Runner"); the Shindogs
("Reelin' & Rockin'," "Someday Someday" and "Do You Wanna Dance")
and the Shindig Dancers ("Everything's All Right")

b: 28-Oct-65 pc: 49-SHIN-65

65. "Halloween ‘65" – Boris Karloff (guest host), Ted Cassidy,

Boris Karloff (guest host, "The Peppermint Twist" and "Monster
Mash"); Ted Cassidy ("Get on the Right Track Bobby" excerpt, "The
Addams Family" and "The Lurch"); the Spokesmen ("Get on the Right
Track Bobby" excerpt and "There But For Fortune"); Jim Doval and the
Gauchos ("Tell Me What You're Gonna Do" and "Out of Sight"); Jim
Doval ("Bella's Bash"); the Gauchos & Billy Preston ("Bony
Moronie"); Bobby Sherman ("Help" excerpt, "I'm Down" excerpt,
"Memphis" and "You Can't Sit Down"); the Blossoms ("Get on the Right
Track Bobby" excerpt); Jackie and Gayle ("Get on the Right Track
Bobby" excerpt and "Everyone's Gone to the Moon") and the
Wellingtons ("Some Enchanted Evening" and "Scully Gully")

b: 30-Oct-65 pc: 50-SHIN-65

NOTE: Note: Most copies of this episode run only 24 minutes (with
commercials) and are missing these songs: Boris Karloff ("Monster
Mash"); Ted Cassidy ("The Addams Family" & "The Lurch"); Jim Doval
("Bella's Bash"); the Gauchos ("Out of Sight") and the Wellingons
("Scully Gully"). I assume that all of these songs were originally
included in this episode. These songs must have been abridged (in
order for all 6 songs to have fit into the missing 5 minutes).

66. Louis Armstrong - Part 1

Louis Armstrong and his band ("Sleepy Time Down South," "Indiana"
(instrumental), "The Bucket's Got A Hole in It," "Blueberry Hill,"
"Hello Dolly" and "When the Saints Come Marching In"); Jewel Brown
(vocalist with Armstrong's band – "I Left My Heart in San

b: 04-Nov-65 pc: 51-SHIN-65

67. Fontella Bass, Rolling Stones, Billy Joe Royal, Strangeloves

Fontella Bass ("Jim Dandy," "Rescue Me" and "Everyday I Have to
Cry"); Jackie Wilson ("The Way I Am," "I Believe I'll Love On" and
"Baby Workout"); Rolling Stones ("Good Times" and "Have Mercy");
Billy Joe Royal ("Down in the Boondocks," "I've Got to Be Somebody"
and "I Knew You When"); the Strangeloves ("Roll On Mississippi,"
"Cara Lin" and "I Want Candy") and Tony and the Bandits ("It's a Bit
of All Right"); the Blossoms and the Wellingtons.

b: 06-Nov-65 pc: 52-SHIN-65

68. Louis Armstrong – Part 2

Louis Armstrong ("Sleepy Time Down South," "Struttin' With Some
Barbeque," "Mack The Knife," "Avalon" and "Ole Miss"); Louis
Armstrong and the All-Stars ("I've Got a Lot of Living to Do") and
Jewel Brown ("My Man").

b: 11-Nov-65 pc: 53-SHIN-65

NOTE: The song titles were taken from various sources so this
synopsis may contain errors.

69. Rick Nelson, The Turtles, Barbara Lewis, Roy Head

Rick Nelson ("Live and Learn" and "I Catch Myself Crying"); the
Turtles ("Your Ma Said You Cried in Your Sleep Last Night" & "Let Me
Be"); Barbara Lewis ("Make Me Your Baby" & "Baby I'm Yours");
Righteous Brothers ("Justine," "Guess Who," & "Fannie Mae"); Roy
Head ("Treat Her Right" & "Apple Of My Eye"); the The Gentrys ("Keep
On Dancing"); Davy Jones (pre-Monkees – "What Are We Going to Do?");
and Donna Loren ("Where Have All the Flowers Gone?").

b: 13-Nov-65 pc: 54-SHIN-65

70. "The Wild Weird World of Dr. Goldfoot" with Vincent Price

Guest cast: Vincent Price (as Dr. Goldfoot), Harvey Lembeck (as
Hugo), Susan Hart (as Diane), Tommy Kirk (as Malcolm Andrews), and
Aron Kincaid (as Agent 00ฝ).

Songs: "It Works" (Harvey Lembeck); "Among the Young"
(instrumental); and "What's A Boy Supposed to Do?" (Aron Kincaid &
Susan Hart).

b: 18-Nov-65 pc: 55-SHIN-65

NOTE: This was a special episode promoting the movie "Dr. Goldfoot
and The Bikini Machine."
Frankie Avalon does not appear in this episode. (He is listed as
Agent 00ฝ in the TV Guide description.)

71. "Shindig in Hawaii" Part 1: Don Ho, Tommy Sands, Len Barry, Ian

Don Ho and Allis ("I'll Remember You"); Len Barry ("1-2-3"); Tommy
Sands ("The Statue" and "Just a Little Bit Better"); Ian Whitcomb
("You Turn Me On" and "That's Rock ‘n' Roll"); Billy Preston ("Ain't
That Peculiar?"); Bobby Sherman ("Honolulu Lulu"); Bobby Sherman and
Donna Loren ("Roses and Rainbows"); Donna Loren ("Take Me in Your
Arms" and "My Heart Sings") and the Shindogs ("I Live for the Sun").

b: 20-Nov-65 pc: 56-SHIN-65

72. "Shindig in Hawaii" Part 2: Don Ho, Len Barry, Ian Whitcomb

Don Ho ("Almost Always True" and "Aloha Be"); Don Ho and Allis
("Pearly Shells"); Ian Whitcomb ("Rolling Home to Georgette"); Len
Barry ("Lip Synch"); Len Barry and Glenn Campbell ("Ring Dang
Doo"/"Ring A Dang Do"); Glenn Campbell ("Hidden Island," "Twelfth
Street Rag" and "May the Bird of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose"); the
Blossoms ("I Hear A Symphony"); Bobby Sherman ("Pied Piper"); Dodie
Marshall ("Round Every Corner" and "Where Do You Go?") and the
Wellingtons ("Ride the Wild Surf" and "Chapel in the Moonlight").

b: 25-Nov-65 pc: 57-SHIN-65

73. George Maharis, The Young Americans

George Maharis ("King of the Road," "Route 66," "Witchcraft," "My
Kind of Girl," "I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me," "It's
Not Unusual," "Oh Lonesome Me," "Here's That Rainy Day," "Them
That's Got" & "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands"); the Young
Americans ("Yankee Doodle," "Dixie," "This Land is Your Land,"
"Waiting for the Robert E. Lee," "Swanee" & "Hambone"); George
Maharis and the Young Americans ("Carolina in the Morning" &

b: 27-Nov-65 pc: 58-SHIN-65

74. Gloria Jones, Hollies, Searchers, We Five, Melody Patterson

Gloria Jones ("Puppy Love" and "Heartbeat"); the Hollies ("Look
Through Any Window"); the Searchers ("Needles and Pins"); We Five
("Green Green" and "Let's Get Together"); Leroy Van Dyke ("The
Auctioneer," "It's All Over Now, Baby Blue," "You Were on my Mind"
and "Walk on By"); Melody Patterson ("You're the One"); Billy
Preston ("Lucille"); Tommy Turner ("Aware of Love"); Bobby Sherman
("Wake Up Little Suzie," "New Orleans" and "Lucille")

b: 02-Dec-65 pc: 59-SHIN-65

75. "Shindig Goes to London" Part 1: Animals, Moody Blues

Filmed at the Richmond-On-Thames Jazz Festival (August 6 – 8, 1965):

The Animals ("Rosie" and "We Gotta Get Outta This Place"); the Moody
Blues ("I'll Go Crazy"); Brian Auger Trinity with Long John Baldry,
Rod Stewart and Julie Driscoll ("Do Lord Remember Me"); the T-Bones
("Wooly Bully"); and Georgie Fame ("Monkeying Around").

Finale: Eric Burdon, Steve Winwood, Long John Baldry, Julie
Driscoll, and Rod Stewart - "I Feel Alright"

b: 04-Dec-65 pc: 60-SHIN-65

76. "Shindig Goes to London" Part 2: The Who, Yardbirds

Filmed at the Richmond-On-Thames Jazz Festival (August 6 – 8, 1965):

The Who ("Anyhow, Anyway, Anywhere" and "Shout & Shimmy"); The
Yardbirds ("For Your Love" and "Hang On Sloopy"); Manfred Mann ("If
You Gotta Go, Go Now"); and the Graham Bond Organization ("Hoochy
Koochy Man").

b: 09-Dec-65 pc: 61-SHIN-65

77. Barry McGuire, Mamas and the Papas, the Grassroots

Barry McGuire ("Out Of Sight," "She Belongs To Me"/"She's An
Artist," and "This Precious Time"); Barry McGuire with the Mamas and
the Papas ("Do You Believe In Magic?" "Yesterday," "You've Got To
Hide Your Love Away" and "Hang On Sloopy"); the Grass Roots ("Ain't
That Lovin You Baby"); Mamas and the Papas ("I Call Your Name,"
"Somebody Groovy" and "California Dreamin").

b: 11-Dec-65 pc: 62-SHIN-65

78. Yardbirds, Gloria Jones, Jackie Lee, Unit 4+2, Georgie Fame

Gloria Jones ("Heartbeat"); the Yardbirds ("I'm A Man"); Lulu and
the Luvvers ("I'll Come Running"); Georgie Fame ("Monkeying
Around"); Unit 4+2 ("Concrete and Clay"); Jackie Lee ("The Duck");
Vashti Bunyan ("I Want to Be Alone"); Elkie Brooks ("Strange Though
It Seems"); the Pretty Things ("Big City") and the Blossoms.

b: 16-Dec-65 pc: 63-SHIN-65

79. "Shindig in Europe" - Part 1: George Chakiris, Orson Welles

George Chakiris (guest host, "Dance," "Gloria" and "Witchcraft");
Dizzy Gillespie ("Bavarian Beer Guru"); Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and
Pamela Franklin do a scene from "Romeo and Juliet," Orson Welles
("Making Up the Rules As You Go"/"So Many Things to Remember"); Rita
Pavone ("Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious"); Liana Orfei and Can
Can Dancers ("Moylin Rouge").

b: 18-Dec-65 pc: 64-SHIN-65

80. Yardbirds, Dave Clark 5, Lulu, Moody Blues, Anne Sydney

Dave Clark 5 ("Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah" and "Can't You See That She's
Mine?"); Gerry & The Pacemakers ("Jambalaya"); Billy J Kramer & The
Dakotas ("Trains and Boats and Planes"); Ian Whitcomb ("High Blood
Pressure"); Moody Blues ("I Go Crazy"); the Yardbirds ("I Wish You
Would"); Anne Sydney ("The Boy with the Woolly Sweater"); the
Wellingtons ("Go Ahead and Cry"); and Lulu & the Luvvers ("Shout").

b: 23-Dec-65 pc: 65-SHIN-65

81. Christmas '65: Johnny Mathis, Our Young Generation

Johnny Mathis ("On A Wonderful Day Like Today," "Misty," "Tonight
Tonight," "Rudolph, the Red Nose Reindeer," "Winter Wonderland,"
"I'll Be Home for Christmas," "Moon River" and "Oh Holy Night");
Johnny Mathis and Our Young Generation ("Carol Of The Bells"
""Sounds of Christmas," "Your Love Will be True Ever More" and "Hey
Look Me Over"); Our Young Generation ("Hey Look Me Over").

b: 25-Dec-65 pc: 66-SHIN-65

82. The Who, Kinks, Hollies, Manfred Mann, Georgie Fame

The Who ("Daddy Rolling Stone"); the Kinks ("Milk Cow Blues"); the
Hollies ("Too Much Monkey Business"); Manfred Mann ("Watermelon Man"
and "5,4,3,2,1"); Marianne Faithful ("There But for Fortune");
Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames ("Yeh, Yeh"); Adam Faith ("Dig That
Kind of Beat") and the Blossoms ("That's When the Tears Start")

b: 30-Dec-65 pc: 67-SHIN-65

83. "Shindig in Europe" - Part 2: George Chakiris, Shirley Bassey

George Chakiris (guest host, sings "What's New Pussycat?" to Liana
Orfei); George Chakiris and Fran็oise Hardy ("Name of the Game Is
Love"); Fran็oise Hardy ("Voila"); Shirley Bassey ("A Lot of Living
to Do," "He Loves Me," "It's Yourself")

b: 01-Jan-66 pc: 1-SHIN-66

84. Final Thursday show: The Who, The Kinks, Barron Knights

The Who ("I Can't Explain" and "My Generation"); the Kinks ("I Gotta
Move"); Barron Knights ("Pop Go the Workers," "Baby Love" and "This
Could Be the Last Time"); Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas ("My
Babe"); Ian Whitcomb ("Robinson Crusoe" & "Hound Dog"); Sandie Shaw
("Long Live Love"); Dave Berry ("Little Things"); Twinkle ("Boy of
My Dreams"); the Blossoms; and the Wellingtons.

b: 06-Jan-66 pc: 2-SHIN-66

85. Final Saturday show: Knickerbockers, Jackie DeShannon

The Knickerbockers ("C.C. Rider" excerpt, "Jenny Jenny" excerpt,
"Lies" & "Let Me Be"); Jackie De Shannon ("C. C. Rider" excerpt, "We
Can Work It Out" & "As Tears Go By"); Billy Preston ("Jenny Jenny"
excerpt and "Uptight"); Dick and Dee Dee ("Jenny Jenny" excerpt,
"Reelin' & Rockin'" excerpt, "Lightning Strikes" & "Don't Think
Twice, It's Alright"); Bobby Sherman ("C. C. Rider" excerpt,
"Reelin' & Rockin'" excerpt and "Michelle"); the Blossoms ("Good
Good Lovin'"); and the Wellingtons ("Flowers on the Wall").

b: 08-Jan-66 pc: 3-SHIN-66

NOTE: Final Shindig episode.

Six-Five Special    (BBC Television) [UK]

 BBC Television (Saturdays 6:05pm)
Produced by Jack Good / Co-Producer Josephine Douglas
Produced by Dennis Main Wilson (later eps)
UK pop music series 1957-58
(16Feb57-27Dec58) 88 episodes + 1 New Year Special + 10 pre-empts = 99 slots
Peter Murray, Josephine Douglas, Freddie Mills, Jim Dale (later eps)

Oh Boy!  (ABC Weekend Television) [UK]

Oh Boy! (ABC-UK for ITV Network UK, Saturdays)(Produced by Jack Good(1958-59)(rock/pop music)

 "Boy Meets Girls" (ABC-UK for ITV Network UK Saturdays) (Pr. Jack Good)(1959-60)(rock/pop music)
"Wham!" (ABC-UK for ITV Network UK Saturdays) (Pr. Jack Good)(Summer 1960)(rock/pop music)

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