Hollywood Palace Rock And Roll (2 PAL Dual Layer DVD+R discs)


List price: $33.00  

Price: $29.00

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A very nice collection of primarily rock & roll performances on the the very conservative 1960's Hollywood Palace TV show.  Includes some very interesting insults of the rock and roll artists by the hosts! 

Volume 1
The Rolling Stones (6/13/1964) "I Just Wanna Make Love To You", "Not Fade Away"
Dino, Desi & Billy (11/28/1964) "Since You Broke My Heart".
Jan & Dean (2/27/1965) "From All Over The World"
The Supremes (3/27/1965) "Stop! In The Name Of Love".
We Five (10/2/1965) "You Were ON My Mind"
Sonny & Cher (10/23/1965) "Baby Don't Go", "Where Did You Go", "But You're Mine".
The Mamas & Papas (1/29/1966) "California Dreamin'.
Chad & Jeremy (4/2/1966) "Distant Shores".
Sgt. Barry Sadler (4/2/1966) "The "A" Team", "The Ballad Of The Green Berets".
The Mamas & Papas (4/9/1966) "Monday Monday"
Johnny Rivers (5/7/1966) "Secret Agent Man", "The Snake".
The Mamas & Papas (9/17/1966) "Gypsy Bear", "Dancing In The Street"
The Lovin' Spoonful (9/24/1966) "Rain On The Roof", "Summer In The City".
Herman's Hermits (10/22/1966) "Listen People", "Dandy".
Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass (10/29/1966) "Tijuana Taxi".
The Supremes (10/29/1966) "You Keep Me Hangin' On"
The Standells (11/19/1966) "Dirty Water", "Why Pick On Me?"
The Turtles (12/10/1966) "Can I Get To Know You Better?"
Paul Revere & The Raiders (1/7/1967) "The Great Airplane Strike".
The Beatles (2/25/1967) "Penny Lane", "Strawberry Fields Forever", promo films.
The New Vaudville Band (3/11/1967) "Peek-A-Boo", Winchester Cathedral".
The Hardley-Worth-It Players (3/11/1967) "Senator Bobby's WIld Thing".

Volume 2 (1967-70)
Buffalo Springfield (4/8/1967) "For What It's Worth", "Mr. Soul".
The Cyrkle (4/22/1967) "Turn Down Day"
The Association (9/5/1967) "Never My Love"
Ravi Shankar (9/5/1967) "Evening Raga".
Annette Funicello (9/12/1967) "Promise Me Anything"
Spanky & Our Gang (9/19/1967) "Makin' Every Minute Count"
The Grass Roots (12/5/1967) "Let's Live For Today"
Boyce & Hart (12/12/1967) "I Wanna Be Free"
The Last Train To Clarksville "I Wonder What She's Doing Tonight"
Dino, Desi & Billy (2/10/1968) "My What A Shamee"
Merry Go Round (3/16/1968) "Live", "Listen, Listen"
The Hollies (3/23/1968) "Jennifer Eccles".
The Beatles (3/30/1968) "Lady Madonna" promo film.
Every Mother's Son (4/20/1968) "Put Your Mind At Ease".
Janis Joplin & Big Brother and the Holding Company (10/26/1968) "Summertime", "I Need A Man To Love"
Spanky & Our Gang (11/2/1968) "Give A Damn", "Yesterday's Rain".
Aretha Franklin (11/2/1968) "I Say A Little Prayer".
Donovan (11/9/1968) "Jennifer Juniper", "Lalena".
Donovan with Sergio Mendes (11/9/1968) "There Is A Mountain"
The Bee Gees (11/23/1968) "Massachusetts", "I've Gotta Get A message To You".
Marvin Gaye (1/11/1969) "I Heard It Through The Grapevine"
Sweetwater (10/11/1969) "Motherless Child".
The Youngbloods (11/22/1969) "Get Together", "Sunlight".
The Brooklyn Bridge (1/17/1970) "He's Not A Happy Man".

In addition to the rock n roll performances, there is also interesting banter between the guest host(s) and the artists.  Of particular note: Dean Martin insults the Rolling Stones, Milton Berle is in a sketch with Sonny & Cher, Judy Garland chats with Johnny Rivers, Roy Rogers interviews Jan & Dean, and many other golden TV moments.

Video Quality: Quality ranges from fair to very good VHS type quality.  Detailed description of contents to be entered in the near future.

Running Length: Hollywood Palace: 204 minutes.  Bonus 1960's trailers: 32 mins.

Disc Format: 2 PAL Dual Layer DVD+R discs.

Special Price:  $29.00, regularly $33.00.