The Lawrence Welk Show

Season 12 Episode 19

Music! Music! Music!

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Aired Unknown Jan 21, 1967 on ABC
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Music! Music! Music!
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Music! Music! Music! Highlights: Barbara, Bobby, Dianne, Jack, Peggy, Bob Ralston, Norma, Dick and 3 musicians join in for "Music! Music! Music!". The Orchestra performs "Let's Fall in Love". The Lennon Sisters sing "Sugartown". Frank Scott at the piano and Bob Ralston at the organ perform "Chanson D'Amour" Bob Lido with Bobby Burgess and Barbara Boylan dancing perform "Winchester Cathedral". Norma Zimmer sings "I'm Old-Fashioned". "I Know that You Know" is danced by Arthur Duncan. Jimmy Roberts sings "I Wish I Didn't Love You So". Jack Imel with Arthur, Jo Ann, Barbara, Peggy & Bobby performs "Mr. Taptoe". Charlotte Harris on cello performs "My Heart Still Remembers". The Orchestra performs Lovable Doll". Joe Feeney with Frank Scott at the piano performs "Born Free". Myron Floren on accordion with Frank Scott at the piano & orchestra perform "With a Little Bit of Luck". "Lida Rose" isd performed by Natalie Nevins with Charlie, Larry, Steve & Curt. "What a Friend We Have in Jesus" is sung by Norma Zimmer & Jimmy Roberts with Bob Ralston at the organ. Jo Ann Castle at the honky tonk piano plays "Loch Lomond". Steve Smith sings "In the Arms of Love". "Two Sleepy People" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan. The Orchestra with Bob Havens on trombone, Dick Cathcart on trumpet & Neil Levang on guitar perform "There Will Never Be Another You". "Waiting for the Evening Train" is performed by Dick Dale and the Lennon Sisters. Joe, Natalie, Jimmy, Peggy, Steve, Norma, Curt, Barbara, Bob Ralston, Dianne, Larry, Jack, Bobby with Neil Levang & Buddy Merrill on banjos and Jo Ann Castle at the piano join in for "Keep a Song in Your Heart".moreless

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    Jack Imel

    Jack Imel

    Percussionist/dancer (1957-1982)

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    Myron Floren

    Myron Floren

    Accordionist

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    Jo Ann Castle

    Jo Ann Castle

    Pianist (1959-1969)

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