Shindig

Show 37: May 26, 1965 - Rolling Stones, Howlin' Wolf, Sonny & Cher, Jackie DeShannon

Season 1, Ep 37, Aired 5/26/65
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  • Episode Description
  • Opening medley (song excerpts): 1. Bobby Sherman - "Reelin' and Rockin'" 2. Len and Glenn, Brady and Grady - "Reelin' and Rockin'" 3. Sonny and Cher - "Whole Lotta Shaking Going On" 4. Blossoms and Wellingtons - "Johnny B. Goode" 5. Joey Cooper and Delaney Bramlett (of The Shindogs) - "The Peppermint Twist" 6. The Rolling Stones - "Down The Road Apiece" (end of medley) Other songs (please see "Recap" for list of songs in broadcast order): --Rolling Stones - "Little Red Rooster," "The Last Time" & "Play With Fire" (Also: "Satisfaction" finale) Jack Good interviews the Stones prior to Howlin' Wolf's performance. --Howlin' Wolf - "How Many Years" --Sonny and Cher - "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)" (and possibly "What the World Needs Now Is Love") --Adam Wade - "Garden in the Rain" --The Explosions - "Work with Me, Annie" --Rick Lancelot - "Doctor Feelgood" --Len and Glenn, Brady and Grady (quartet made up of 2 sets of identical twins) - "I Think I'm Getting Wiser Everyday," & "Love Me or Never Go Steady with Me" (song titles might not be correct) --Bobby Sherman - "Ready Teddy" --The Wellingtons - "Short, Shorts" (performed with the Shindig dancers) --The Shindogs - "Ticket to Ride" Finale: The Rolling Stones - "Satisfaction" (closing credits)moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Teri Garr

    Dancer (Sept. - Oct. 1964)

  • George Patterson

    Singer (The Wellingtons)

  • Ed Wade

    Singer (The Wellingtons)

  • Kirby Johnson

    Himself (singer - The Wellingtons)

  • Bobby Sherman

    Singer

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  • Notes (1)

    • As with all the other Shindig episodes, this entire show survives as a 16mm kinescope. In addition to the kinescope, a videotape clip of the Howling Wolf segment survives.

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