Shindig

Season 2 Episode 8

Show 59: October 09, 1965 - Carolyn Jones (guest host), Jr. Walker & the All-Stars, Jackie DeShannon

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Aired Wednesday 8:30 PM Oct 09, 1965 on ABC
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Show 59: October 09, 1965 - Carolyn Jones (guest host), Jr. Walker & the All-Stars, Jackie DeShannon
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Opening medley (song excerpts):
1. Dick and Dee Dee - "Thou Shalt Not Steal."
2. Jr. Walker - "You're A Wonderful One."
3. Jackie DeShannon - "It's Love Baby."
4. Roy Head - "You Can't Sit Down" (end of medley).

Other songs (in broadcast order):
--Dick and Dee Dee (with the Wellingtons) - "I Live for the Sun."
--Jackie DeShannon - "A Lifetime of Loneliness."
--Jr. Walker and the All Stars - "Shotgun."
--Roy Head - "Turn On Your Love Light."
--The Shindogs - "Not the Lovin' Kind."
--Dick and Dee Dee - "Roll Over Beethoven."
--Glen Campbell - "Universal Soldier."
--Carolyn Jones (guest host) - recites the lyrics to "This Little Bird."
--Jr. Walker and the All Stars - "Shake and Fingerpop."
--Jackie DeShannon (with the Blossoms & the Wellingtons) - "I Go Crazy."
--Roy Head - "Treat Her Right."

Finale: Jr. Walker and the All Stars - "Shout" (with closing credits)

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    George Patterson

    George Patterson

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    Ed Wade

    Ed Wade

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    Kirby Johnson

    Kirby Johnson

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    Bobby Sherman

    Bobby Sherman

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    Carolyne Barry

    Carolyne Barry

    Dancer (with the large glasses)

    Donna Loren

    Donna Loren

    Herself (singer)

    Carolyn Jones

    Carolyn Jones

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    Roy Head

    Roy Head

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    Jr. Walker & the All-Stars

    Jr. Walker & the All-Stars

    Themselves

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    Jackie DeShannon

    Jackie DeShannon

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    Glen Campbell

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    Dick and DeeDee

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