Kraft Music Hall

The Sound of The Sixties

Season 11, Ep 13, Aired 1/22/69
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  • Episode Description
  • "Sound of the Sixties" --Bobby Darin (host) - "Let The Good Times Roll" (opening song) --Bobby Darin also performs a medley that begins with "Splish, Splash" --Stevie Wonder - "For Once in My Life" and "I Don't Know Why I Love You" --Stevie Wonder and Bobby Darin - "If I Were A Carpenter" --Judy Collins - "Both Sides Now" and "Someday Soon" --Judy Collins and Bobby Darin - "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight" (a Bob Dylan song) --Laura Nyro - "He's A Runner" and "Save the Country" --Buddy Rich and his orchestra - "West Side Story" medley --Following the "West Side Story" medley, there's a short segment with Buddy Rich and Bobby Darin. Bobby starts dancing while Buddy plays some rifts on the drums. They then trade places with Bobby taking over the drums and Buddy dancing.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • John Davidson

  • Tony Sandler

    as host (1969)

  • Ralph Young

    Himself, co-host

  • Bobby Darin

    Host

  • Judy Collins

    Herself

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