ABC (ended 1966)




Episode Guide

  • Season 1
    • Pilot #1: Young America Swings the World (1962)

      --Jackie De Shannon - "Sing Sing Sing."
      --P.J. Proby - "Endless Sleep" & "Turn Me Loose."
      --The Chambers Brothers, Clydie King and the Sweet Things - "Peppermint Twist" & "What'd I Say?"
      --Tura Johnson (from Sweden) - sings "Personality" 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.

    • Pilot #2: Shindig - Country music pilot hosted by Roy Clark
      --Johnny Cash - "Bad News" (with the Eligibles)
      --Johnny Cash - "Dark as a Dungeon" (with the Eligibles and the Wellingtons)
      --Roy Clark - "Cowboy Boots"
      --Roy Clark and the Collins Kids - "I'm Movin' On," "Lonesome Me" and "Y'all Come"
      --Roy Clark and the Elgibles - "Alabama Jubilee"
      --Roy Clark and the Wellingtons - "God Did a Wonderful Thing"
      --The Collins Kids - "Night Train to Memphis" (with the Eligibles and the Wellingtons)
      --Chris Crosby - "Honeycomb"
      --P.J. Proby - "Cumberland Gap" and "Rock Island Line"
      --P.J. Proby - "Hitchhike to Georgia" (with the Eligibles and the Wellingtons)
      --Dodie Stevens - "Jambalaya"moreless
    • Pilot #3: Shindig - Little Richard; Righteous Brothers; The Angels (1964)

      Shindig pilot taped July 11, 1964: Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Delaney Bramlett & the Angels - "Tom Dooley."
      2. The Blossoms - "Don't Hang Up."
      3. Pat and Lolly Vegas - "Hard Day's Night."
      4. Hollywood All Stars and the Blossoms - "Shout."
      5. The Righteous Brothers - "Shout" & "(Up Above My Head) There's Music in the Air."
      6. Little Richard - "Joy Joy Joy" (end of medley).
      Jimmy O'Neill intro
      --The Hollywood All Stars - "Jamica Ska."
      --Righteous Brothers - "Little Latin Lupe Lu."
      --Jody Miller - "Saved."
      --Delaney Bramlett - "Gambling Man" (Woody Guthrie song).
      --The Angels - "Chapel of Love."
      --Pat and Lolly Vegas - "La Bamba" & "Twist and Shout" medley.
      --Delaney Bramlett - "Memphis."
      --The Blossoms - "(I Do The) Shimmy Shimmy."
      --Righteous Brothers - "Ko Ko Joe."
      --Little Richard - "Bama Lama Bama Loo."
      --Little Richard - "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On" (with closing credits).

    • Show 1: September 16, 1964: Sam Cooke, Everly Brothers, Righteous Brothers
      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. "(Up Above My Head) There's Music in the Air" (performed by Jackie and Gayle)
      2. "Yes, Indeed" (performed by the Wellingtons and the Blossoms)
      3. "Gonna Build a Mountain" (performed by Jackie & Gayle)
      4. "(Up Above My Head) There's Music in the Air" reprise (performed by Jackie and Gayle, the Righteous Brothers and the Everly Brothers) (end of medley)
      --Shindig dancers (singing to picture of Bobby Sherman) - "If I Had a Talking Picture of You" (1920's song)
      --Bobby Sherman - "Back Home Again in Indiana"
      --The Wellingtons – "Tzena, Tzena, Tzena"
      --Jackie and Gayle - "The Girl from Ipanema"
      --Sam Cooke - "Tennessee Waltz"
      --The Everly Brothers - "You're the One I Love"
      --Donna Loren - "Wishin' and Hopin'"
      --The Righteous Brothers - "This Little Girl of Mine"
      --Alan Sues (comedian doing an imitation of Liberace)
      --Bobby Sherman - "Hello Dolly" (duet with Shindig dancer Maria Ghava)
      --The Everly Brothers - "Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo"
      --Sam Cooke - "Blowing in the Wind"
      --Alan Sues (again, as Liberace)
      Finale: The Everly Brothers and Sam Cooke - "Lucille" (with closing credits)
    • Show 2: September 23, 1964 - Johnny Rivers, Jody Miller, Righteous Brothers
      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Alan Sues, Jerry Cole - "Ain't She Sweet?"
      2. The Cables and the Blossoms - "Cannon Ball"
      3. The Righteous Brothers, with Jody Miller and Pamela Bennett - "California Here I Come" (end of medley)
      Other songs (in broadcast order):
      --Jody Miller - "Yes, My Darling Daughter" (1940's song)
      --The Righteous Brothers - "Koko Joe"
      --Pamela Bennett - "And I Love Him" (folk singer performing a Beatles' song).
      --Comedy bit: Alan Sues sings "Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey."
      --Bobby Freeman - "C'Mon And Swim"
      --The Righteous Brothers - "My Babe"
      --Delaney Bramlett - "You Never Can Tell"
      --Alan Sues comedy bit
      --Darlene Love - "You'll Never Get To Heaven (If You Break my Heart)"
      --The Cables - "Way Down Yonder in New Orleans"
      --Johnny Rivers - "Maybelline" and "Memphis."
      --Jody Miller -"Saved" (with closing credits)
    • Show 3: September 30, 1964 - Gale Garnett, The Newbeats, Round Robin, The Walker Brothers
      Opening song:
      --"He's Got the Whole World in His Hands" (performed by Jackie and Gayle, The Newbeats, and The Walker Brothers).
      Other songs (in broadcast order):
      --The Walker Brothers - "Slow Down"
      --The Blossoms - "Tell Him"
      --Gale Garnett - "We'll Sing in the Sunshine"
      --Jerry Cole - "Oh, Pretty Woman"
      --The Newbeats - "Bread and Butter"
      --John Bill - "House of the Rising Sun"
      --Jackie and Gayle - "A Summer Song"
      --The Walker Brothers - "Do Wah Diddy"
      --Bobby Sherman - "Have I the Right?"
      --Donna Loren - "It's Alright"
      --Round Robin – "Who's the Roundest of Them All?" (with closing credits).
    • Show 4: October 7, 1964 - The Beatles, Karl Denver Trio, P.J. Proby, Tommy Quickly, Sandie Shaw, Sounds Inc.

      Show taped in London:
      --The Beatles - "Kansas City/Hey Hey Hey Hey" (opening song).
      --Karl Denver Trio - "Wimoweh."
      --Lyn Cornell - "Fever."
      --Tommy Quickly - "Stagger Lee."
      --Sandie Shaw - "(There's) Always Something There to Remind Me."
      --Sounds Incorporated - "Sounds like Locomotion."
      --P.J. Proby - "You'll Never Walk Alone" and "Hold Me."
      --The Beatles - "I'm A Loser" and "Boys."

      --Finale: Karl Denver - "Old Folks At Home" with closing credits. (Note: On the 2" master videotape, The Beatles are seen during the last few seconds of the finale. But their cameo appearance is missing from 16mm kinescope copies, which run a few seconds shorter.)

    • Show 5: October 14, 1964 - The Everly Brothers, Adam Faith, The Hondells, Manfred Mann, Roy Orbison
      --Adam Faith – "It's Alright" (opening song).
      --Manfred Mann – "Do Wah Diddy" (performance taped in England).
      --Bobby Sherman – "You Make Me Happy."
      --Elkie Brooks – "Nothing Left To Do but Cry" (performance taped in England).
      --Roy Orbison – "Oh, Pretty Woman."
      --The Hondells – "Little Honda" (clip with Teri Garr and other dancers on back of motor scooters).
      --Adam Faith – "Big Time."
      --The Everly Brothers – "Let It Be Me" and "Gone Gone Gone."
      Finale: Roy Orbison – "Wha'd I Say?" (with closing credits).moreless
    • Show 6: October 21, 1964 - The Honeycombs, Jay and the Americans, Righteous Brothers, Jackie Wilson
      --Donna Loren - "Down the Line" (opening song).
      --Willy Nelson - "Jump Back" (not Willie Nelson, the country singer).
      --Jackie Wilson - "She's Alright."
      --Bobby Sherman - "Man Overboard."
      --The Blossoms - "Dancing in the Street."
      --Bobby Sherman (with the Chambers Brothers) - "I'm Crying."
      --Donna Loren - "That's What Love Is Made Of."
      --Jay and the Americans - "Come A Little Bit Closer."
      --The Righteous Brothers - "Let The Good Times Roll."
      --The Honeycombs - "Have I the Right?" (performance taped in England).
      Finale: Jackie Wilson - "Baby Workout" (with closing credits).
    • Show 7: October 28, 1964 - Chris Crosby, Dick and Dee Dee, Billy J Kramer and the Dakotas, Leon Russell
      --Billy J Kramer & The Dakotas – "Da Doo Ron Ron" (opening song).
      --Leon Russell (singing & playing piano) – "Hi Heeled Sneakers."
      --Dick and Dee Dee – "Freight Train."
      --The Blossoms – "Baby Love."
      --Chris Crosby – "The Glory of Love" (Bing Crosby's nephew).
      --Dick and Dee Dee – "Thou Shalt Not Steal."
      --The Wellingtons – "For All We Know."
      --Bobby Sherman – "You Really Got Me" (with The Shindig Band including Russ Titleman).
      --Billy J Kramer & The Dakotas - "Little Children" and "From A Window."
      Finale: Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas – "Great Balls of Fire" (with closing credits).moreless
    • Show 8: November 4, 1964 - Glen Campbell, Gerry & the Pacemakers, Ketty Lester, The Miracles, Gene Pitney
      --Gerry and the Pacemakers - "How Do You Do It?" (opening song).
      --The Righteous Brothers - "In That Great Getting' Up Mornin'."
      --Glen Campbell - "Summer, Winter, Spring, Fall."
      --Ketty Lester - "You Can Have Him" (with The Blossoms and The Eligibles).
      --Gene Pitney - "I'm Gonna Be Strong."
      --Smokey Robinson and the Miracles - "You Really Got A Hold on Me."
      --Glenn Campbell - "Ain't that Lovin' You Baby?"
      --Ketty Lester - "Love Letters."
      --Gerry and the Pacemakers - "I Like It" (barbershop set with Shindig dancers) and "A Shot Of Rhythm & Blues."
      Finale: The Miracles - "Mickey's Monkey" (with closing credits).
    • Show 9: November 11, 1964 - Apollas, Billy J. Kramer & the Dakotas, Jody Miller, Orriel Smith, Hank Williams Jr.
      --Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas - "I Call Your Name" (opening song, followed by Shindig logo).
      --Bobby Sherman – "I'm Into Something Good."
      --The Apollas - "Swing Down, Sweet Chariot" ("Rock Me Lord").
      --Hank Williams, Jr. - "Endless Sleep."
      --Russ Titleman (with the Wellingtons) – "Things We Said Today."
      --Orriel Smith – "Black is the Color."
      --Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas - "Tennessee Waltz" (with the Blossoms).
      --Jody Miller - "I Can't Believe What You Say."
      --Bobby Sherman - "She's Not There."
      Finale (with closing credits): Willy Nelson (with the Apollas and the Wellingtons) - "The Girl Can't Help It." (This is not Willie Nelson, the country singer.)
    • Show 10: November 18, 1964 (1 of 2) - The Supremes, Paul Petersen, Righteous Brothers

      Opening song: Leon Russell (singing and playing piano) - "Roll Over Beethoven."
      --Jackie and Gayle - "You Should Have Seen the Way He Looked at Me."
      --Bobby Doqui and Arnold Rollin - "Round About the Mountain."
      --Paul Petersen (of 'The Donna Reed Show') - "My Dad."
      --The Supremes - "Baby Love."
      --Donna Loren - "African Waltz."
      --Bill Medley - "Georgia on My Mind."
      --The Righteous Brothers - "Ko Ko Joe."
      --The Supremes - "Come See About Me."
      --Paul Petersen - "She Can't Find Her Keys."
      Finale:The Righteous Brothers - "Little Latin Lupe Lu" (with closing credits).

    • Show 11: November 18, 1964 (2 of 2) - The Everly Brothers, Manfred Mann
      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Carolyn Daye - "Jump Back"
      2. Bobby Sherman - "I'm Crying"
      3. Everly Brothers - "Gone Gone Gone" (end of medley)
      --Manfred Mann - "Sha La La"
      --Carolyn Daye - "See See Ryder"
      --Bessie Griffin and her Gospel Pearls - "Dry Bones"
      --The Wellingtons - "Everybody Knows"
      --The Blossoms - "Needle in a Haystack"
      --Bobby Sherman - "Sea Cruise"
      --Bessie Griffin and her Gospel Pearls - "Come on Children"
      --The Everly Brothers - "All I Have to Do Is Dream" and "Bye Bye Love"
      --Finale: The Everly Brothers - "Rip It Up" (closing credits)
    • Show 12: November 25, 1964 - Chad & Jeremy, Matt Monro, Righteous Brothers, Neil Sedaka, Tina Turner
      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Righteous Brothers - "She's Not There."
      2. Donna Loren - "Ain't That Lovin' You Baby?"
      3. Chad and Jeremy - "Yesterday's Gone."
      4. Matt Monro - "My Kind of Girl."
      5. Tina Turner - "A Fool in Love."
      6. Neil Sedaka - "Next Door to an Angel" (end of medley).
      Other songs (in broadcast order):
      --Chad and Jeremy -"If She Was Mine."
      --Donna Loren - "Too Many Fish in the Sea."
      --The Righteous Brothers - "This Little Girl of Mine."
      --Neil Sedaka - "I Hope He Breaks Your Heart."
      --Matt Monro - "Walk Away."
      --Tina Turner - "A Fool in Love."
      --Chad and Jeremy - "Willow Weep for Me."
      --Neil Sedaka - "Calendar Girl" and "Little Devil."
      Finale (with closing credits): Tina Turner sings "Ooh Pooh Pah Doo" (with Neil Sedaka playing piano).
    • Show 13: December 2, 1964 - Bobby Vinton, Aretha Franklin, Freddy Canon
      --Show begins with audience members shouting "Shindig! Shindig! Shindig! Rah! Rah! Shindig!"
      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Bobby Sherman - "Hot Dog"
      2. Donna Loren - "Just Because"
      3. Freddy Canon - "Abigail Beecher"
      4. Chambers Brothers, Righteous Brothers, Blossoms - "Shout" (end of medley)
      Other songs (in broadcast order):
      --Donna Loren - "Rock Me in the Cradle of Love"
      --Bobby Sherman and Donna Loren - "Casting My Spell on You"
      --Bobby Vinton - "Mr. Lonely"
      --Aretha Franklin - "It Won't Be Long"
      --Righteous Brothers - "Baby What You Want Me to Do"
      --Freddy Cannon - "Too Much Monkey Business"
      --Aretha Franklin - "Runnin' Out Of Fools"
      --Bobby Sherman - "Farmer John"
      --Bobby Vinton - "Roses Are Red"
      Jack Good and Jimmy O'Neill segment.
      Finale (with closing credits):
      --The Chambers Brothers - "Rough and Rocky Road" ("I Feel Like Crying All The Time")
    • Show 14: December 9, 1964 - Dixie Cups, Manfred Mann, Chubby Checker
      --Opening song: Tommy Quickly - "The Dog."
      Shindig! logo (shaped like a dog, exclamation point as wagging tail)
      --Manfred Mann - "Do Wah Diddy Diddy"
      --Kelly Garrett - "Mellow Fellows"
      --Chubby Checker - "She Wants to Swim"
      --Dixie Cups - Chapel of Love" (excerpt performed during Jimmy O'Neill's introduction) and "You Should Have Seen the Way He Looked At Me" (complete). --The Righteous Brothers - "Fannie Mae"
      --Willy Nelson - "Hand Jive" (not Willie Nelson, the country singer)
      --Tommy Quickly - "Wild Side of Life"
      --Chubby Checker - "Lovely Lovely (Loverly Loverly)"
      Jack Good & Jimmy O'Neill segment
      --Manfred Mann - "Sha La La" (finale, with closing credits)
    • Show 15: December 16, 1964 - Dave Clark 5, Isley Brothers, Newbeats, Adam Faith
      --Opening medley: Dave Clark Five - "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah" (excerpt) and "Can't You See That She's Mine?" (end of medley).
      --Mickey Rooney Jr. - "I Feel Fine."
      --The Newbeats - "Everything's All Right"
      --Adam Faith - "Boom Boom"
      --Kelly Garrett - "Wild One" (not the Bobby Rydell song).
      --Bobby Sherman - "She's A Woman"
      --The Blossoms (with Fanita James singing lead) - "Going Out of My Head"
      --Adam Faith - "It's All Right" (with the Isley Brothers and the Newbeats singing backup)
      --Dave Clark 5 - "Everybody Knows" and "Anyway You Want It."
      --Adam Faith with Jack Good. Jimmy O'Neill announces next week's guests.
      --Isley Brothers - "Shout" (finale, with closing credits)
    • Show 16: December 23, 1964 - Beach Boys, Marvin Gaye, Righteous Brothers

      --Opening song: The Beach Boys - "Dance, Dance, Dance"
      Jimmy O'Neill intro (begins with O'Neill kissing Carole Shelyne).
      --Bobby Sherman and Donna Loren - "Keep on Searching"
      --The Righteous Brothers - "The Jerk"
      --Marvin Gaye - "How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You"
      --Adam Faith - "Watch Your Step"
      --Bobby Sherman - "Sleigh Ride"
      --Adam Faith - "Santa Claus Is Back In Town"
      --Donna Loren - "Santa Claus is Coming to Town"
      --The Beach Boys - "Little Saint Nick," "Monster Mash," "Papa Oom Mow Mow," and "Johnny B. Goode."
      --Finale: Marvin Gaye - "Hitch Hike" (with closing credits) and The Beach Boys - "We Three Kings" (end of episode).
    • Show 17: December 30, 1964 - Mary Wells, Jerry Lee Lewis, Bobby Rydell, Vic Dana
      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Donna Loren, the Wellingtons - "At the Hop" (with the Blossoms)
      2. Willy Nelson, The Blossoms - "Long Tall Sally"
      3. The Wellingtons - "At the Hop" (reprise)
      4. Jerry Lee Lewis - "Jenny Jenny" (end of medley)
      Other songs (in broadcast order):
      --Mary Wells - "My Guy"
      --Willy Nelson - "Don't Let Go" (with the Wellingtons and the Blossoms)
      --The Gauchos - "California Sun"
      --Vic Dana - "Down by the River Side"
      --Donna Loren - "Ten Good Reasons"
      --Jerry Lee Lewis -"Mean Woman Blues"
      --Mary Wells - "Use Your Head"
      --Bobby Rydell - "I Just Can't Say Good Bye" and "Swingin' School"
      Finale: Jerry Lee Lewis - "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On" (with closing credits)
    • Show 18: January 6, 1965: Sal Mineo, Righteous Brothers, Sandie Shaw
      Opening medley (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)
      --Adam Faith - "Dig That Kind Of Beat" (a.k.a. "Don't You Dig This Kind of Beat")
      --The Blossoms - "Swing Down Chariot"
      --Sandie Shaw - "(There's) Always Something There To Remind Me" (clip taped in England)
      --Jackie and Gayle - "Why Can't My Teacher Look Like Mr. Novak?"
      --Donna Loren - "90 Day Guarantee"
      --The Righteous Brothers - "Charlie Brown" (at soda fountain set).
      --Bobby Sherman - "High School Confidential"
      --Sal Mineo - "Girl Across the Way" and "Save the Last Dance for Me."
      --Jack Good and Jimmy O'Neill, at soda fountain set, talk about the expanded one-hour Shindig ("The new 1965 model "Shindig!")
      --Finale: The Righteous Brothers - "In That Great Gettin' Up Mornin'" (with closing credits)
    • Show 19: January 13, 1965: Johnny Cash, Herman's Hermits, Paul Petersen
      --Opening song: Dick and Dee Dee - "Thou Shalt Not Steal."
      --Herman's Hermits - "I'm Into Something Good" (clip probably taped in England)
      --Paul Peterson - "Little Dreamer"
      --Johnny Cash - "Amen" (with the Statler Brothers and the Blossoms singing backup).
      --The Detergents - "Leader of the Laundromat"
      --Dick & Dee Dee - "Be My Baby" (not the Ronettes song).
      --The Righteous Brothers - "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling"
      --The Paris Sisters - "My Buddy"
      --Johnny Cash - "Orange Blossom Special"
      --Jack Good and cast announce who's on next week's show.
      --Paul Peterson - "I'm in Love Again" (finale, with closing credits)
    • Show 20: January 20, 1965 - First 60-minute show - The Rolling Stones, Petula Clark, The Kinks
      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Bobby Sherman - "I Can't Stop"
      2. Jackie and Gayle - "Give Him A Great Big Kiss"
      3. The Walker Brothers - "I'm A Loser"
      4. Donna Loren - "Rock 'n' Roll Music"
      5. Glen Campbell - "Mean Woman Blues" (end of medley)
      Other songs (not in broadcast order):
      --Petula Clark - "Downtown"
      --The Rolling Stones - "Heart of Stone"
      --The Kinks - "You Really Got Me" and "All Day and All of the Night"
      --The 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"
      --The Walker Brothers - "Promised Land" and "Pretty Girls Everywhere"
      --The Fearsome 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"
      --Glen Campbell - "Crying"
      --Donna Loren - "Ten Good Reasons" and "Boys"
      --Bobby Sherman - "That is Rock 'n' Roll" and "Girls Girls Girls"
      --Jackie and Gayle - "Yakety Yak"
      Finale: Glen Campbell - "Dream Baby" (with closing credits)
    • Show 21: January 27, 1965 - Little Anthony, Duane Eddy, Aretha Franklin, The Zombies

      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Glen Campbell - "Dixieland Rock."
      2. Little Anthony and the Imperials - "Way Down Yonder in New Orleans."
      3. Bobby Sherman - "New Orleans."
      4. Serendipity Singers - "Battle of New Orleans."
      5. The Blossoms and Bill Medley - "Muskrat Ramble."
      6. Little Anthony and the Imperials - "Dixieland Rock" (end of medley)

      Other guests / songs (not in broadcast order):
      --Duane Eddy - "Ruffneck" and "Rebel Rouser."
      --The Zombies - "Tell Her No."
      --Little Anthony and the Imperials - "Hurts So Bad" (Plus, the finale).
      --Aretha Franklin - "Can't You Just See Me?" and "Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody."
      --Serendipity Singers - "Rider" & "Little Brown Jug."
      --Bobby Hatfield - "Good Golly Miss Molly."
      --The Righteous Brothers - "What'd I Say?" and "Look at Me."
      --Freddie and the Dreamers - "You Were Made for Me."
      --Susan Barrett - "Jim Dandy" & "Mr. Lee."
      --Glen Campbell - "Kentucky Means Paradise" & "Cumberland Gap."
      --Ray Peterson - "Unchained Melody."
      --Bobby Sherman - "You Can't Sit Down" & "Splish Splash."
      --The Gloria Tracey Trio (with woman playing a harp) - "Love for Sale" (instrumental).
      --John Andrea - "Take Her."
      Finale: Little Anthony and the Imperials - "Twist and Shout" & "Shout" (with closing credits)

    • Show 22: February 3, 1965 - The Hondells, The Kingsmen, Peter and Gordon, Cara Ward Singers

      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Donna Loren - "Keep A Knockin'."
      2. Hondells - "Little Honda."
      3. Blossoms - "(I Do the) Shimmy Shimmy."
      4. Glen Campbell - "Shake, Rattle & Roll" (end of medley, Shindig! logo).

      Other songs (not in broadcast order):
      --John Andrea - "Are You Sincere?"
      --Glen Campbell - "Truck Driving Man."
      --The Condors featuring George and Teddy - "Sticks and Stones" and "Rocking Robin."
      --Gale Garnett - "Loving Place."
      --The Hondells - "Hot Rod High" and "You're Gonna Ride With Me."
      --Jackie & Gayle - "Love Potion # 9" and "Turn Around."
      --The Kingsmen - "Little Latin Lupe Lu" and "Jolly Green Giant."
      --Peter and Gordon - "I Go to Pieces" and "Love Me, Baby."
      --Donna Loren - "Personality" and "The Wedding."
      --Leon Russell - "Jambalaya (On the Bayou)."
      --Bobby Sherman - "Rocking Pneumonia" (singing & playing drums) and "You Better Know It."
      --Russ Titleman - "Seven Little Girls Sitting in the Backseat" (with Jackie & Gayle and 5 Shindig dancers, Bobby Sherman cameo).
      --The Clara Ward Singers - "Didn't It Rain?"
      --Donna Loren, Bobby Sherman, Gale Garnett, Glen Campbell - "Shake A Hand."
      --Donna Loren & Bobby Sherman, Glen Campbell, Jackie & Gayle - "Who Do You Love?"
      --The Shindig Dancers (Carole Shelyne, Maria Ghava, and 2 others) - "Bad Motorcycle."

      Finale: Clara Ward Singers - "The Old Landmark" (with closing credits).

    • Show 23: February 10, 1965 - Del Shannon, Coasters, Ventures, Marianne Faithfull
      Opening song:
      --"It's Alright" (performed by Willy Nelson, Pat and Lolly Vegas, Coasters, Ventures, Bobby Sherman & Donna Loren, Temptations, Eligibles, and Bobby Hatfield).
      Other songs (not in broadcast order):
      --Jewel Akens - "The Birds and the Bees"
      --John Andrea - "Lemon Tree" and "Take Her."
      --The Coasters - "Along Came Jones," "What Is the Secret of Your Success?" and "Searchin'."
      --The Eligibles - "Zing! Went the Strings of my Heart"
      --Marianne Faithfull - "As Tears Go By" (clip taped in England).
      --Bobby Hatfield - "Joy Joy Joy," "My Prayer" and "Shake."
      --Jean King (of the Blossoms) - "Somewhere."
      --Donna Loren - "The Boy from New York City"
      --Jerry Mason - "Mala"
      --Willy Nelson - "Metropole" (a.k.a. "I'm In Love with the Dancing Girl Working at the Metropole") Not Willie Nelson, the country singer.
      --Del Shannon - "Stranger in Town," "Do You Wanna Dance," and "Keep Searchin' (We'll Follow the Sun)."
      --Bobby Sherman - "It Hurts Me."
      --The Temptations - "My Girl."
      --Pat and Lolly Vegas - "La Bomba" and "Write Me, Baby."
      --The Ventures - "Diamond Head" and "Caravan."
      --The Temptations – "When the Saints Go Marching In" (with closing credits).
    • Show 24: February 17, 1965 - Herman's Hermits, Jerry Lee Lewis, Moody Blues, Dee Dee Sharp, Sonny and Cher

      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Steve Alaimo - "Jail House Rock."
      2. Dee Dee Sharp - "Ride."
      3. Sonny and Cher - "Can't Buy Me Love."
      4. The Blossoms - "Name Game."
      5. Jerry Lee Lewis - "Breathless" (end of medley).

      Other songs (not in broadcast order):
      --Jerry Lee Lewis - "Long Tall Sally" and "Baby Hold Me Close" (Plus, the finale).
      --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 - "Rip It Up" and "Baby Don't Go."
      --Dee Dee Sharp - "Let the Sunshine In" and "Rock Me in the Cradle of Love."
      --Vic Dana - "Red Roses for a Blue Lady."
      --Linda Gail Lewis (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 - "Real Live Girl."
      --Bobby Sherman - "It Hurts Me," "Hey Little Girl" and "He's Got the Whole World in his Hands"
      --The Echoes (from Hong Kong) - "Shout" and "Hippy Hippy Shake."
      --Leon Russell - "High Heel Sneakers."
      --Jerry Cole & Russ Titleman - "Not Fade Away."
      Finale: Jerry Lee Lewis - "Great Balls of Fire" (with closing titles).

    • Show 25: February 24, 1965 - Supremes, Barbarians, Neil Sedaka, Stan Getz, Ruth Price

      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Glen Campbell – "Um Um Um Um"
      2. Donna Loren – "Blue Suede Shoes"
      3. The Gauchos – "Down the Road Apiece"
      4. Bobby Sherman – "Milk Cow Blues" (correct title?) (end of medley)
      Other guests/songs (not in broadcast order):
      --The Supremes - "Eight Days a Week," "Stop in the Name of Love" and "You Can't Do That."
      --Marianne Faithfull - "Mary Ann" (clip taped in England)
      --Neil Sedaka - "Happy Birthday, Sweet Sixteen" (Plus, the finale).
      --The Barbarians - "You've Got to Understand."
      --Stan Getz and Ruth Price - "Telephone Song."
      --Freddie and the Dreamers - "I'm Telling You Now" and "Cut Across Shorty."
      --The Poets - "Now We're Through."
      --The New Yorkers - "Ain't that News?" (Note: This group is NOT the Hudson Brothers' 'New Yorkers'.)
      --Glen Campbell - "Only Make Believe."
      --Glen Campbell and Joey Cooper - "I've Got A Tiger By the Tail."
      --The Gauchos - "Out of Sight."
      --Donna Loren - "With the Wind and the Rain in Your Hair."
      --Bobby Sherman - "Don't Start Crying Now."
      --The Shindogs - "I Don't Want to Spoil the Party."
      --Jerry Naylor - "I Found You" (might be "I Find You") and "I'll Take You Home."
      Finale: Neil Sedaka - "I Go Ape" (with closing credits)

    • Show 26: March 3, 1965 - Roy Clark, Gauchos, Jay and the Americans, Suzy Kaye, Rolling Stones, Joe Tex, Little Eva, Johnny Tillotson

      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Bobby Sherman - "All Day and All of the Night."
      (The Shindogs perform an excerpt from "Eight Days a Week" between each song.)
      2. Suzy Kaye - "Really Saying Something."
      3. Roy Clark - "Shake."
      4. Jerry Cole and Russ Titleman - "Little Things" (Bobby Goldsboro song).
      5. Joe Tex - "Keep on Keeping On."
      6. The Shindogs, the Gauchos - "Eight Days a Week" (end of medley, Shindig logo).

      Other songs (not in broadcast order):
      --The Rolling Stones - "Heart of Stone" and "Suzie Q" (clips probably taped in England).
      --Joe Tex - "Hold On What You've Got."
      --The Chambers Brothers - "People Get Ready."
      --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."
      --Dave Berry - "My Baby Left Me" (clip probably taped in England)
      --Roy Clark - "Lumberjack Man," and "The Wind Always Blows In Chicago."
      --Johnny Tillotson - "Angel."
      --Bobby Sherman - "Good Night," and "Yeah, Yeah."
      --Suzy Kaye - "Jerk And Twine."
      --The Gauchos - "Everyday."
      --The Shindogs - "Midnight Special" and "A Big Hunk 'O Love."
      --John Andrea - "Comin' Home" ("I'm Coming Home").
      --The Shindig dancers - sing "Busy Signal."
      Finale: Joe Tex and Darlene Love - "Yes Indeed" (with closing credits).

    • Show 27: March 10, 1965 - Beau Brummels, Tony Bennett, The Drifters, Aretha Franklin, Dobie Gray, Mickey Rooney Jr.

      Opening song: "Rock 'n' Roll Music" (performed by the Beau Brummels, Donna Loren, Bobby Sherman, Mickey Rooney, Jr. and Dobie Gray).

      Other songs (not in broadcast order):
      --Aretha Franklin and Ray Johnson - "Mockingbird" duet.
      --Aretha Franklin - "Can't You Just See Me?"
      --Beau Brummels - "Laugh, Laugh" & "Queen of the Hop."
      --Dobie Gray - "The 'In' Crowd."
      --The Drifters - "At the Club."
      --Tony Bennett - "Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)" and "I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plan" (2nd song is abridged).
      --Bill Medley - "Old Man Rive.r"
      --The Righteous Brothers - "This Little Girl of Mine" (Plus, the finale).
      --The Everly Brothers - "Wake Up Little Susie," "That'll Be the Day" and "Bird Dog."
      --John Andrea - "Volare."
      --Donna Loren - "I'm Ready."
      --Donna Loren and Bobby Sherman - "Just One Look."
      --Bobby Sherman - "Somebody to Love."
      --The Shindogs - "I'm A Loser" and "King of the Road."
      --Mickey Rooney, Jr. - "40 Days."
      --The Shindig dancers (Maria Ghava & 2 other dancers) sing "Give Him A Great Big Kiss."

      Finale: The Righteous Brothers - "Ko Ko Mo" (with closing titles).

    • Show 28: March 24, 1965 - Shirley Ellis, Jackie Wilson, Bobby Goldsboro, Standells

      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Dick and Dee Dee – "Do You Wanna Dance?"
      2. Shirley Ellis – "Name Game"
      3. Bobby Sherman - "King Creole" (end of medley)
      --The Shindogs, the Ray Pohlman Band - "Shotgun"
      --Shirley Ellis and Jackie Wilson - "Gonna Mess Up a Good Thing"
      --Dick and Dee Dee – "Be My Baby" (not the Ronettes song)
      --The Ray Polman Band & the Wellingtons - "Rah Rah Shindig" (a.k.a. "Rah Rah Rockingham")
      --The Tradewinds – "New York's a Lonely Town"
      --The Blossoms – "Peaches and Cream"
      --The Shindogs - "Baby Please Don't Go"
      --Donna Loren – "Goldfinger"
      --The Standells – "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood"
      --Shindig dancers with Ray Pohlman – "South Street"
      --The Shindogs - "I've Got A Tiger by the Tail"
      --The Wellingtons – "If I Fell"
      --Jewel Atkins – "The Birds and the Bees"
      --Dick and Dee Dee – "How Do You Do It"
      --Jackie Wilson – "Danny Boy"
      --Bobby Goldsboro – "Little Things"
      --Shirley Ellis – "The Clapping Song"
      -- Bobby Sherman – "Hello Mary Lou"
      --The Standells – "Come Home"
      --Jackie Wilson – "Sing" Jimmy O'Neill & Jack Good talk with Ray Polman
      Finale: Glen Campbell - "Do the Clam" (with closing credits)
      Additional song?
      --The Shinding Band - "Twine Time"

    • Show 29: March 31, 1965 - Chuck Berry, Rosie Grier, The Spats, Adam Faith

      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. The Wellingtons - "It's A Big Wonderful World" (Jimmy O'Neill quickly stops the song)
      2. Adam Faith & the Wellingtons – "Roll Over Beethoven"
      3. The Blossoms – "Johnny B. Goode"
      4. Bobby Sherman – "Sweet Little Sixteen"
      5. Delaney Bramlett – "Memphis"
      6. Joey Cooper – "Maybelline"
      7. Sylvie Vartan, Chuck Berry – "Reelin' & Rockin'"
      8. Chuck Berry – "Rock ‘n' Roll Music" (end of medley)

      Other songs (not in broadcast order):
      --Chuck Berry - "Dear Dad" & "Back in the U.S.A."
      --Roosevelt "Rosie" Grier - "It's Not Unusual"
      --Adam Faith - "Talk About Love," "It's Alright" excerpt & "Lucille"
      --Billy Fury - "I'm Lost Without You"
      --Sylvie Vartan - "Money" and "Twist and Shout"
      --The Spats - "Boney Maronie" & "Gator Tails and Monkey Ribs"
      --Bobby Sherman – "It Hurts Me" and "Roberta"
      --The Blossoms, the Wellingtons, Ray Pohlman, and the Shindig Band - "Woe Tom"
      --The Blossoms - "Land of A Thousand Dances"
      --Jerry Mason - "Viva Las Vegas"
      --Jerry Cole and the Shindig Band - "Come Over to my Place"
      --The Shindogs - "The Race Is On" and "Shakin' All Over"
      --Jackie and Gayle - "If I Loved You" and "I'll Save the Last Dance for You"
      --John Andrea - "Loddy Lo"
      Finale: Adam Faith, Bobby Sherman, Jackie & Gayle – "It Sounds Good to Me" (with closing credits)

    • Show 30: April 7, 1965 - Tina Turner, Marvin Gaye, Lesley Gore, Larry Hovis, Martha and the Vandellas, Righteous Brothers

      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Glen Campbell - "Hot Dog."
      2. Wellingtons, Blossoms, John Andrea - "Rock Island Line."
      3. Tina Turner, Marvin Gaye, Righteous Brothers - "Willie and the Hand Jive" (end of medley).

      Other songs (not in broadcast order):
      --Marvin Gaye - "I'll Be Doggone," "Memphis," "Stubborn Kind of Fellow" and "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood" (Plus, the finale).
      --Tina Turner - "Money," "That'll Be the Day," "Tell Her I'm Not Home" and "Tell the Truth."
      --Martha and the Vandellas - "Nowhere to Run."
      --Lesley Gore - "The Look of Love," "Gee Baby I'm Sorry " and "All of My Life."
      --The Righteous Brothers - "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."
      --Glen Campbell - "Tomorrow Never Comes."
      --John Andrea - "Sweet Little 16" (with the Shindogs).
      --Dalaney Bramlett - "Jack of Diamonds."
      --Jimmy Clanton - "Tired of Waiting for You."
      --The Blossoms - "The Barracuda" (Blossoms without Darlene Love).
      --The Shindogs - "Shotgun."
      --The Wellingtons - "The Game of Love" and "She Loves You."
      --Willy Nelson - "Metropole" (a.k.a. "I'm In Love with the Dancing Girl Working at the Metropole").

      Finale: Marvin Gaye - "Can I Get a Witness?" (with closing credits).

    • Show 31: April 14, 1965 - Jerry Lee Lewis, Neil Sedaka, Millie Small, April and Nino

      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Shindogs – "Shakin' All Over"
      2. Donna Loren – "Talk About Love" (with the Wellingtons)
      3. The Blossoms – "Peaches and Cream"
      4. Millie Small – "Be My Baby" (Dick and Dee song)
      5. Jerry Lee Lewis – "Whole Lotta Shaking Going On"
      6. Righteous Brothers – "Ko Ko Joe" (end of medley)
      Other songs (not in broadcast order):
      --Jerry Lee Lewis - "I Believe in You"
      --Neil Sedaka - "Let the People Talk" and "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do"
      --Millie Small - "I'm Blue" and "My Boy Lollipop"
      --The Righteous Brothers - "Try to Find Another Man"
      --Bobby Hatfield - "Come See"
      --Glen 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 - "I Like It Like That"
      --The Shindogs - "Find My Way Back Home"
      --Jerry Mason - "For Mama"
      --The Wellingtons - "Bumble Bee"
      --James Burton - "Love Lost"
      --Finale: Jerry Lee Lewis and Neil Sedaka - "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" (with closing credits)

    • Show 32: April 21, 1965 - Beach Boys, Shangri-Las, The Ikettes, Wayne Fontana

      Guests (songs are not in broadcast order):
      --The Beach Boys - "Do You Wanna Dance" (opening song), "Fun Fun Fun," "Long Tall Texan," "Please Let Me Wonder," "Help Me Rhonda" and "Their Hearts Were Full of Spring"
      --The Shangri-Las - "Shout" and "Out in the Streets"
      --The Shangri-Las - "Give Him A Great Big Kiss" (with Ian Whitcomb cameo)
      --The Ikettes - "Peaches and Cream" and "Camel Walk"
      --Joe and Eddie - "Swing Down Chariot" and "All Night Long" (Plus, the finale)
      --Ian Whitcomb - "I'm A Loser" (excerpt, with the Shangri-Las) & "This Sporting Life"
      --Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders - "Stop, Look and Listen"
      --Cilla Black - "I've Been Wrong Before"
      --Rita Pavone - "Just Once More," "Your Baby's Gone Surfing" (in Italian) & "Eyes of Mine"
      --Dick and Dee Dee - "Freight Train" & "Be My Baby"
      --Joey Cooper - "Do the Clam" & "Love Is You"
      --The Shindogs - "She's About A Mover"
      --Carole Shelyne (Shindig dancer) - sings "The Girl in the Horn-Rimmed Glasses"
      --The Wellingtons - "She's About A Mover"
      Finale: Joe and Eddie - "There Is A Meeting" (with closing credits)

    • Show 33: April 28, 1965

      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Donna Loren, The Wellingtons, and The Blossoms – "Tootie Fruity"
      2. Dick and Dee Dee – "(The Bees Are for the Birds) the Birds Are for the Bees"
      3. Shindogs – "Dear Dad" (end of medley, Shindig logo)
      Other songs (not in broadcast order):
      --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 - "Rockin' Pneumonia"
      --Donna Loren - "I Know A Place"
      --Bobby Sherman & Donna Loren - "Heebie Jeebies"
      --Bobby Sherman - "School Days"
      --The Blossoms - "All Around the World"
      --The Shindogs - "My Baby Left Me" and "She's About A Mover"
      Finale: The Wellingtons - "You Can't Sit Down" (with closing credits)

    • Show 34: May 5, 1965 - Tribute to Elvis Presley

      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Joey Cooper - "Blue Suede Shoes."
      2. The Blossoms - "Got A Lot O' Livin' To Do."
      3. Glen Campbell - "Big Hunk O' Love."
      4. The Wellingtons - "I Need Your Love Tonight."
      5. Sonny & Cher - "I Got Stung."
      6. The Isley Brothers - "Hard Headed Woman" (end of medley).

      Other songs (not in broadcast order):
      --Chambers Brothers - "Jailhouse Rock."
      --Sonny and Cher - "Let Me Be Your Teddy Bear," "All Shook Up" and "Treat Me Nice."
      --Cher - "Wooden Heart."
      --Isley Brothers - "Wear My Ring Around Your Neck."
      --Glen Campbell - "Trouble" & "Surrender."
      --Ray Peterson - "Can't Help Falling in Love," "It's Now or Never" and "Heartbreak Hotel."
      --Linda Gail Lewis - "Don't Be Cruel" and "Crying in the Chapel."
      --Jimmy Boyd - "Hot Dog" and "Poor Boy."
      --The Blossoms - "Wear My Ring Around Your Neck" and "Shake Rattle & Roll."
      --The Shindogs - "King Creole."
      --Delaney Bramlett - "That's Alright Mama."
      --Joey Cooper - "Mean Woman Blues" and "Crawfish."
      --Willy Nelson - "Hound Dog" (not "Willie Nelson," the country singer).
      --The Wellingtons - "Wear My Ring Around Your Neck."
      --Maria Ghava (Shindig dancer) sings "Hey Memphis."
      --The Shindig dancers - "Party."
      Finale: Joey Cooper - "Blue Suede Shoes" (with closing credits).

    • Show 35: May 12, 1965 - Dick and Dee Dee; Dino, Desi & Billy; Brenda Holloway; Moody Blues; The Olympics; Bach Yen

      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Russ Titleman, Righteous Brothers - "Don't Bring Me Down"
      2. Two drummers (Charles Blackwell of the Shindogs and the drummer from Ray Pohlman band) - drum duet/challenge.
      3. Dick and Dee Dee - "Baby, Please Don't Go."
      4. Shindogs - "Jenny, Jenny."
      5. Olympics - "Jenny, Jenny" (end of medley, Shindig logo).

      Other songs (not in broadcast order):
      --The Olympics - "Hully Gully" (Plus, the finale).
      --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."
      --The 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 Touché."
      --Dick and Dee Dee - "It's Gonna Be Alright" and "Hello Josephine."
      --The Shindogs - "Walking the Dog" excerpt, "The Last Time," and "Gloria."
      --Delaney Bramlett and the Shindogs - "High Blood Pressure."
      --Blossoms - "Hully Gully" and "Goodbye, So Long."
      --Bobby Sherman - "Silhouettes."
      --Jerry Mason - "My Babe."
      --Russ Titleman - "Bright Lights, Big City."
      Finale: The Olympics - "Good Lovin'" (with closing titles).

    • Show 36: May 19, 1965 - Ray Charles, Zombies, Dinah Lee, Righteous Brothers

      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Righteous Brothers - "This Little Girl of Mine"
      2. Donna Loren and Bobby Sherman - "Sticks and Stones"
      3. Blossoms – "Guess Who"
      4. Wellingtons – "Hit the Road Jack"
      5. Ray Charles – "I Can't Stop Loving You" (end of medley)
      Other songs (not in broadcast order):
      --Ray Charles - "I've Got A Woman" and "Georgia" (also, the finale)
      --The Righteous Brothers - "Bring It on Home To Me" and "Sticks and Stones"
      --The Zombies - "It's Alright with Me" and "Summertime" (clips probably taped in England)
      --Dinah Lee - "You Don't Talk about Love" ("You Never Talk about Love") and "Oh, Boy!"
      --Donna Loren - "Cycle Set" and "Into My Heart" (or "So High So Low")
      --Bobby Sherman - "Hey Little Girl" and "Well Alright"
      --George Soulé - "I Love The Way You Love"
      --Joe Williams - "I'm Sticking with You Baby"
      --Glen Campbell - "I Guess I'm Dumb"
      --Ray Peterson - "House Without Windows"
      --The Wellingtons - "Little Old Lady from Pasadena"
      --The Shindogs - "Hippy Hippy Shake"
      Finale: Ray Charles - "What'd I Say" (with the Righteous Brothers and the Blossoms)

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

      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)

    • Show 38: June 2, 1965 - Linda Carr, Patty Duke, Marianne Faithfull, Major Lance, Diane Renay, Righteous Bros.

      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Bobby Sherman & Diane Renay - "Peggy Sue."
      2. The Blossoms and Wellingtons - "Keep A Knockin'."
      3. Righteous Brothers - "Be Bop A Lula."

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

      Finale: Linda Carr - "C. C. Rider" (with closing titles)

    • Show 39: June 9, 1965 - Righteous Brothers, Bettye Lavette, Piccola Pupa
      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Jackie and Gayle - "Iko Iko"
      2. The Blossoms - "Don't Hang Up"
      3. Wellingtons, Bobby Sherman - "The Bristol Stomp"
      4. Billy Preston - "Baby Face"
      5. Everly Brothers - "Gone Gone Gone" (end of medley)
      Other songs (not in broadcast order):
      --Glen Campbell - "Tom Dooley" and "Fort Worth Jail" excerpt
      --Jimmy Clanton - "Hurting Each Other"
      --The Everly Brothers - "Great Balls of Fire," "Slippin' and Slidin'" excerpt and "The Price Of Love"
      --Bobby Hatfield - "Out of Sight"
      --Jackie and Gayle - "And That's How It Goes" & "Camel Walk" excerpt
      --Clydie King - "The Thrill Is Gone"
      --Bettye Lavette - "Let Me Down Easy"
      --Darlene Love - "Didn't It Rain?"
      --Billy Preston - "Log Cabin" & "Breathless" excerpt
      --Piccola Pupa - "Breakaway" and "Skateboard"
      --The Righteous Brothers - "Slippin' and Slidin'" excerpt, "Camel Walk" excerpt and "Fee Fi Fidily I Oh"
      --Sandie Shaw - "(There's) Always Something There to Remind Me"
      --Bobby Sherman - "Country Boy" and "Good Golly Miss Molly" excerpt
      --The Vocals - "Lonesome Mood"
      --The Wellingtons (with the Shindig dancers) - "Sunglasses"
    • Show 40: June 16, 1965

      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Everly Brothers - "Wake Up Little Suzie"
      2. Dick and Dee Dee - "Should We Tell Him?" (Everly Brothers song)
      3. Gary Brento Weis - "What'd I Say"
      4. Gerry and the Pacemakers - "Slow Down" (end of medley)
      Other songs (not in broadcast order):
      --Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers – "I Can't Stand It"
      --The Bitter End Singers – "Hard Times" & "I Ain't Gonna Take It Sitting Down"
      --Petula Clark – "In Love"
      --Dick and Dee Dee – "Some Things Just Stick in Your Mind"
      --Dick and Dee Dee with Gerry Marsden – "A Shot of Rhythm and Blues"
      --Dick St. John Gosting (of Dick and Dee Dee) with Gerry Marsden & one of the Pacemakers – "Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter"
      --The Everly Bros – "Cathy's Clown" and "I'll Never Get Over You"
      --Gerry & The Pacemakers – "It's Gonna Be Alright" and "You'll Never Walk Alone"
      --Gary Lewis & The Playboys – "Count Me In" and "Save Your Heart for Me"
      --Billy Preston – "Little Sally Walker"
      --PJ Proby – "Hold Me," "Let the Water Run Down" and "Can Your Monkey Do the Dog?"
      --Gary Brento Weis – "Lover Man"
      --The Wellingtons – "Wonderful World" (Sam Cooke song)
      Medley: The Everly Brothers & Gerry and the Pacemakers sing each others' songs: (1) Everly Brothers - "How Do You Do It?" (2) Gerry and the Pacemakers -"Bye Bye Love" (3) Everly Brothers -"I Like It" (4) Gerry and the Pacemakers -"Bee Bop a Lu La" (5) Gerry, Everlys -"Pretend" (end of medley)

    • Show 41: June 23, 1965

      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Willy Nelson - "Long Tall Sally"
      2. David Crosby and Roger McGuinn (of the Byrds) - "Long Tall Sally"
      3. Righteous Brothers - "Sticks and Stones"
      4. Kingsmen, Billy Preston - "Good Golly Miss Molly" (end of medley)
      Other songs (not in broadcast order):
      --The Byrds - "Not Fade Away" & "Mr. Tambourine Man"
      --The Kingsmen - "Louie, Louie" (Also, the finale: "Do the Climb")
      --Micki Lynn - "Crazy ‘bout My Baby" and "Old Landmark"
      --Jody Miller - "Queen of the House" and "Saved"
      --The Righteous Brothers - "Burn On Love" and "Poison Ivy"
      --The Stoneman Family - "Lost Ball in the High Weeds" and "Big Ball In Monterey"
      --The Everly Brothers - "I'll Never Get Over You"
      --Dave Berry - "The Crying Game" & "One Heart between Two" (clips probably taped in England)
      --Adam Faith - "Message to Martha"
      --Melinda Marx - "Is That What I Get for Loving You?" (Groucho's daughter)
      --Billy Preston - "Hey Hey Hey Hey"
      --Jean King (one of the Blossoms) - "Why Did I Choose You?"
      --Willy Nelson - "Shout" (and "Jump Back") Note: This is not Willie Nelson, the country singer.
      Finale: The Kingsmen - "Do the Climb" (with closing credits)

    • Show 42: June 30, 1965

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

    • Show 43: July 7, 1965 - Aretha Franklin, Marianne Faithfull, The Gauchos, The Kinks, Sonny & Cher

      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Bobby Sherman, Donna Loren, Eligibles, Blossoms - "You Really Got Me."
      2. Rick Lancelot - "All Day and All of the Night."
      3. The Kinks – "I'm A Lover Not A Fighter" (end of medley).

      Other songs (not in broadcast order):
      --The Blossoms - "Gimme Some" and "I Can't Believe What You Say."
      --Sonny Bono - "Hello Josephine."
      --Sonny and Cher - "It's Gonna Rain" and "I Got You, Babe."
      --Cher - "Dream Baby."
      --The Eligibles - "A Little Bit Too Late."
      --Marianne Faithfull - "What Have They Done To The Rain?" "As Tears Go By," "Come and Stay With Me," and "This Little Bird."
      --Aretha Franklin - "Shoop Shoop Song (It's In His Kiss)" and "I'm Losing You."
      --The Gauchos - "I Ain't Got You" and "I Like It Like That."
      --The Kinks - "It's All Right," "Set Me Free" and "Tired of Waiting for You."
      --Rick Lancelot - "Boom Boom."
      --Donna Loren - "Bad Boy" and "Shakin' All Over."
      --Billy Preston - "Satisfaction."
      --Bobby Sherman - "Bring It On Home" and "I Saw Her Standing There."
      Finale: The Kinks (with Dave Davies singing lead) - "Long Tall Shorty" (with closing credits).

    • Show 44: July 14, 1965 - Terry Black, Beau Brummels, Shelley Fabares, Kelly Garrett, Sammy Jackson, Ian Whitcomb

      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Bobby Sherman - "Rave On."
      2. Beau Brummels, Kelly Garrett and Sammy Jackson - "Do You Wanna Dance?"
      3. The Shindogs - "Fun, Fun, Fun" (end of medley).

      Other songs (not in broadcast order):
      --The Beau Brummels - "Just A Little," "Sad Little Girl" and "You Tell Me Why."
      --Terry Black - "Unless You Care."
      --Shelley Fabares - "My Prayer."
      --Kelly Garrett - "Boy on the Drums" and "Fastest Little Racer."
      --Sammy Jackson (actor) - "Memphis" and "Hard Headed Woman."
      --Ian Whitcomb - "I'm Henry the VIII, I Am" and "Nervous."
      --George Wydell - "Do the Walk."
      --The Blossoms - "Goodbye, So Long"
      --The Gauchos - "For You My Love" and "Seventh Son."
      --Billy Preston - "All About Melanie" (instrumental song, on piano).
      --The Shindogs - "Talkin' 'bout You" & "She's Fine She's Mine."
      -- Bobby Sherman - "Catch the Wind," "My Ferrari GTO" (excerpt) and "For Your Love."
      --The Wellingtons - "Lotus 23" and "Restless Rookie."
      Finale: Ian Whitcomb - "You Turn Me On" (with closing credits).

    • Show 45: July 21, 1965 - The Chiffons, Gary Lewis and the Playboys, Jody Miller, Gene Pitney, Sir Douglas Quintet, Sonny & Cher

      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Gene Pitney - "Carol."
      2. Sir Douglas Quintet - "Roll Over Beethoven."
      3. Bruce Scott - "Maybelline."
      4. Sonny and Cher - "Ride On Josephine" (end of medley).

      Additional songs (not in broadcast order):
      --Gene Pitney - "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 - "She's About A Mover" and "The Tracker."
      --Sonny and Cher - "Do You Love Me?"
      --Cher - "All I Really Want to Do."
      --The Nashville Teens - "Tobacco Road."
      --Jody Miller - "Silver Threads and Golden Needles."
      --The Righteous Brothers - "Justine" and "In That Great Gettin' up Morning." (Plus, the finale.)
      --The 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."
      --Bruce Scott - "Sweet Little Sixteen" and "Let the Little Girl Dance."
      Finale: The Righteous Brothers - "Here 'tis" (with closing credits).

    • Show 46: July 28, 1965 - Dave Clark Five, Jay and the Americans, Roy Clark, Linda Carr, Dave Berry, Nashville Teens

      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      (segment begins with close-up of Dave Clark playing drums)
      1. Jay and the Americans - "Do You Love Me?"
      2. Donna Loren - "Shake, Rattle and Roll."
      3. Terry Black - "Good Golly Miss Molly."
      4. The Blossoms - "Hippy Hippy Shake."
      5. Roy Clark - "Shake, Rattle and Roll."
      6. Linda Carr - "Reelin' and Rockin'."
      7. Dave Clark Five - "Reelin' & Rockin'" (end of medley).

      Other songs (not in broadcast order):
      --Dave Clark Five - "Glad All Over," "Bits and Pieces," "Can't You See That She's Mine" and "I Like It Like That."
      --Jay and the Americans - "This Land is Your Land" and "Cara Mia."
      --Roy Clark - "Twelfth Street Rag" and "Sally Was A Good 'ol Girl."
      --Linda Carr - "Pain In My Heart" and "Tell Me What You're Gonna Do."
      --The Nashville Teens - "Google Eye."
      --Dave Berry - "Memphis."
      --Terry Black - "She Was Only Sixteen."
      --The Blossoms - "Can I Get A Witness."
      --Billy Preston - "Too Much Monkey Business."
      --Donna Loren - "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."
      --Mike Clifford - "New Orleans" and "Stay."
      --The Wellingtons - "Go Go Girls."

      Finale: Roy Clark (with the Dave Clark Five) - "Bread and Butter Man" (finale, with closing credits).

    • Show 47: August 4, 1965 - Dixie Cups, Marianne Faithfull, Great Scots, Nooney Rickett 4
      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Jerry Naylor - "You Turn Me On"
      2. Billy Preston - "Seventh Son"
      3. Jackie & Gayle, Bobby Sherman - "It Happened Just that Way"
      4. The Righteous Brothers - "Burn on Love" (end of medley)
      Other songs (not in broadcast order):
      --Terry Allen - "Red Bird" & "Freedom School" medley.
      --Linda Clark - "Oh Boy" and "Looking For My Pig"
      --Linda Clark with Jackie and Gayle - "Let the Sun Shine In"
      --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'"
      --Bobby Hatfield - "Unchained Melody"
      --Jackie and Gayle - "When You Walk in the Room."
      --Jerry Naylor - "Early in the Morning" and "City Lights."
      --Billy Preston - "Clarabella" and "(I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man"
      --Nooney Rickett Four - "Maybe the Last Time" and "Shame On You" (a.k.a."Shame, Shame, Shame")
      --The Righteous Brothers - "Keep A Knockin'" and "You Are My Sunshine"
      --Bobby Sherman - "Got My Mojo Working" and "Wabash Cannonball"
      Finale (with closing credits):
      --Nooney Rickett Four - "Shout" (with the Righteous Brothers, Jackie and Gayle, and other guests).
    • Show 48: August 11, 1965 - The Ronettes, Donovan, Rolling Stones, Bobby Goldsboro
      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Bobby Goldsboro & Donna Loren - "I Go Ape"
      2. Joey Paige - "Move It"
      3. The Shindogs - "Rock 'n' Roll Music"
      4. Glen Campbell - "Way Down Yonder in New Orleans"
      5. Blossoms, Wellingtons - "Shake Rattle & Roll"
      6. The Ronettes - "All Shook Up"
      7. Sonny and Cher - "Yakety Yak"
      8. Billy Preston - "Hound Dog"
      9. The Righteous Brothers - "Justine" (end of medley)
      Other songs (not in broadcast order):
      --Glen Campbell - "It Happened Just That Way" and "What's New Pussycat?"
      --Donovan - "Catch the Wind" and "Colours."
      --Bobby Goldsboro - "Voodoo Woman" and "If You've Got A Heart."
      --Donna Loren - "Sunshine, Lollipops, and Rainbows" and "All My Loving."
      --Joey Paige - "I Just Want to Make Love to You" and "West Coast Promo Man" ("The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man").
      --Billy Preston - "Whole Lot of Shakin' Goin' On."
      --The Ronettes - "Born to Be Together" and "Be My Baby."
      --The Righteous Brothers - "Hung on You" and "Turn on Your Love Light,"
      --The Rolling Stones - "Oh Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin')" and "Down the Road a Piece."
      --The Shindogs - "Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby" and "I Feel Fine."
      --Sonny and Cher - "I Got You Babe."
      --Sonny Bono - "Laugh At Me."
      --The Wellingtons - "People Get Ready."
      --The Righteous Brothers - "This Little Girl of Mine" (with closing credits).
    • Show 49: August 18, 1965 - Bo Diddley, Tina Turner, Jackie DeShannon, Eddie Hodges
      Opening medley - Bo Diddley songs (excerpts):
      1. The Shindogs - "Ride On Josephine"
      2. Bobby Sherman - "Pretty Thing"
      3. Jay P. Mobey - "Bo Diddley"
      4. Eddie Hodges, Glen Campbell, Bo Diddley - "Mama Don't Allow No Twistin'" (end of medley)
      Other songs (not in broadcast order):
      --Glen Campbell - "Don't You Rock Me, Daddy-O" & "Rip It Up."
      --Jackie DeShannon - "What the World Needs Now" and "Feel So Fine."
      --Dick and Dee Dee - "Thou Shalt Not Steal" and "Don't Think Twice, It's Alright."
      --Bo Diddley - "Give Me A Break," "You Can't Judge A Book By Its Cover" "Road Runner" and "Hey Bo Diddley."
      --Eddie Hodges - "New Orleans."
      --Fanita James (of the Blossoms) - "Hush Hush, Sweet Charlotte."
      --Patty Michaels - "Mrs. Johnny."
      --Jay P. Mobey (a "Shindig! discovery") - "Don't Cry No More."
      --Billy Preston - "Satisfaction" (with the Wellingtons).
      --Eddie Rambeau - "Concrete and Clay" & "My Name Is Mud."
      --Tina Turner - "I Don't Need" "Goodbye, So Long" & "I Can't Believe What You Say."
      --Bobby Sherman - "Down in the Boondocks"
      --The Shindig Dancers dance to "Green Peppers."
      --The Shindogs - "Dizzy Miss Lizzy" and "It's All Over Now."
      Medley of beach songs:
      1. Bobby Sherman - "On the Beach."
      2. Jay P. Mobey - "Surf City" (with Eddie Rambeau and Dick St. James).
      3. The Wellingtons and Eddie Hodges - "Noble Surfer."
      4. Patty Michaels, Dee Dee, and Jackie DeShannon - "Surfin' U.S.A."
      5. The Wellingtons - "The Girls on the Beach."
      6. Bobby Sherman - "On the Beach" (reprise).
      --Jay P. Mobey, Bo Diddley and Tina Turner - "Can Your Monkey Do the Dog?" (with closing credits).
    • Show 50: September 1, 1965 - James Brown, Booker T & the MG's, The Kinks
      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Bobby Sherman - "Susie Q"
      2. The Shindogs - "I'm A Fool"
      3. Glen Campbell - "Hard Headed Woman"
      4. Kathy Kersh - "Evil" (end of medley)
      Other songs (not in broadcast order):
      --James Brown - "Papa's Got A Brand New Bag" and "Please Please Please."
      --Booker T & the MG's - "Bootleg," "My Babe"/"Big Train" and "Green Onions."
      --Glen Campbell - "Right String Baby," "Hallelujah I Love Her So" and "I'm Alive."
      --Kathy Kersh - "You'd Better Come Home"
      --Kathy Kersh & Bobby Sherman - "You Can't Sit Down."
      --The Kinks - "I'm A Lover Not A Fighter" and "Beautiful Delilah."
      --The Offbeats - "Mary," "I'm All Right" and "You Know I Need You."
      --Billy Preston - "Shake and Fingerpop."
      --Bobby Sherman - "Lover Please," "Wooly Bully," and "Heart of Soul"
      --The Shindogs - "Price of Love"
      --The Shindogs & the Elgibles - "Help."
      --Cathie Taylor - "Rock Me in the Cradle of Love" and "Around the Corner."
      --Jean Paul Vignon - "What Now My Love?" and "It's My Party" (French version of 2nd song).
      --James Brown - "Night Train" (with closing credits)
    • Show 51: September 8, 1965 - Patty Duke, Barbara Lewis, The Searchers, The Gilloteens

      Opening medley (song excerpts):
      1. Bruce Scott - "Baby Work Out."
      2. Barbara Lewis - "He's a Real Gone Guy."
      3. Gene Chandler - "I Got A Woman."
      4. The Blossoms & The Elgibles - "Rider."
      5. Collins Kids, Bruce Scott, and John Andrea - "Don't Think Twice, It's Alright."
      6. Searchers, Gilloteens - "I Got My Mojo Working" (end of medley).
      --Billy Preston - "Agent Double-O-Soul."
      --The Guilloteens - "I Don't Believe."
      --John Andrea & the Elgibles - "Bread and Butter."
      --Gene Chandler - "Good Times."
      --The Collins Kids - "Like A Rolling Stone."
      --The Elgibles - "A Summer Place."
      --Bruce Scott - "Summertime Blues."
      --Barbara Lewis - "It's Not Unusual."
      --The Searchers - "He's Got No Love."
      --Patty Duke - "Say Something Funny."
      --John Andrea & the Elgibles - "California Girls."
      --The Collins Kids - "Ticket to Ride."
      --Darlene Love (with the Blossoms) - "Saved."
      --Barbara Lewis - "Baby I'm Yours."
      --The Zombies - "She's Not There."
      --Patty Duke - "Funny Little Butterflies."
      Shindig "In" Club segment:
      1. Barbara Lewis - "Watermelon Man"
      2. Gene Chandler - "Sugar Dumpling"
      3. Shindig band - "Yakety Axe" (or "Wacky Sax")
      4. The Collins Kids - "Sunshine Lollipops and Rainbows."
      --Bruce Scott - "Save Your Heart for Me"
      --The Searchers - "Love Potion #9" and "Bumble Bee"
      Finale: Gene Chandler - "Can I Get A Witness?" (with closing credits).

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