Beat-Club

Season 4 Episode 8

Show 42: April 26, 1969

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Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Apr 26, 1969 on ARD
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Show 42: April 26, 1969
AIRED:

U.K. Jones - "Let Me Tell Ya."

On film: Cliff Richard interview.
Filmed report on the Paris music scene.
Les Reed - "Don't Linger with Your Finger on the Trigger."

On film: Women dance to Moby Grape's "Truckin' Man" (band does not appear).

Grisby Dyke - "The Adventures Of Miss Rosemary La Page."
Paul Williams Set - "My Sly Sadie" (band formerly The Alan Price Set).

David McWilliams - "The Stranger."
Melanie - "Bobo's Party."

Beat Club News: Paul Jones Aquarius film & interview. Janis Joplin preparing for a concert.

Trifle - "All Together Now."
Manfred Mann - "Ragamuffin Man."

Scot Walker interview.

Clodagh Rodgers - "Come Back and Shake Me."
Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mick & Tich - "Don Juan."
The Kinks - "Plastic Man."

The Beatles (on film) - "Get Back" (Note: Beatles film edited out of DVD release.)."

60 minutes, Aired 4:15pm - 5:15pm

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    Dave Lee Travis

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