The Music Scene - Season 1

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  • Final Show
    Final Show
    Episode 17
    1/12/70
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    --John Sebastian sings "She's A Lady" and "Rainbows All Over Your Blues" --Bo Diddley sings "Hey Bo Diddley" --Lee Michaels sings "Who Can Want More" --Groucho Marx sings "Father's Day" --Buffy Sainte Marie sings "Universal Soldier"
  • Show 16
    Show 16
    Episode 16
    1/5/70
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    --The Everly Brothers sing a Medley: "The Games People Play", "Walk Right Back", "In The End", "Aquarius", "If I Were A Carpenter", and "The Price Of Love" --John Mayall sings "The Laws Must Change" --Pete Seeger sings "Bring Them Home" --John Randolph Marr sings "Free" --Marva Whitney sings "Things Got To Get Better"moreless
  • Year End Show: The Number One Songs of 1969
    --Herbie Mann plays "Memphis Underground" --Tommy Roe sings "Dizzy" --Zager & Evans sings "In The Year 2525" --The Los Angeles cast of 'HAIR' sings a Medley from "Hair": "Aquarius", "Easy To be Hard", "Where Do I Go", "Flesh Failures", and "Let The Sunshine In"
  • Christmas Show
    Christmas Show
    Episode 14
    12/22/69
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    --Davy Jones sings "Together" --Frankie Laine sings "Jezebel" and "Lord You Gave Me A Mountain" --Chuck Berry sings "Roll Over Beethoven" and "Johnny B. Goode" --Gordon Lightfoot "That's What You Get For Lovin' Me" and "Saturday Clothes" --Jerry Butler sings "What's The Use Of Breaking Up?"
  • Show 13
    Show 13
    Episode 13
    12/15/69
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    --Lou Rawls sings "Just Squeeze Me" and "I Can't Make It Alone" --Spirit sings "1984" --Charley Pride sings "I'm So Afraid Of Losing You" --Little Richard sings "Lucille" and "Tutti Frutti"
  • Show 12
    Show 12
    Episode 12
    12/8/69
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    --Tony Bennett sings "I Gotta Be Me" --Tony Bennett sings "Smile" --The Grass Roots sings "Heaven Knows" --Emmet Kelly, --Charlie Pride sings "Louisiana Man" --Buffy Sainte-Marie sings "He's The Keeper Of The Fire" --Stevie Wonder sings "Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterday" --Steve Allen sings "Last Night Was A Bad Night" and "Go Fly A Kite"moreless
  • Show 11
    Show 11
    Episode 11
    12/1/69
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    --Mama Cass Elliot sings "New World Coming" --Creedence Clearwater Revival sings "Down On The Corner --Creedence Clearwater Revival sings "The Night Time Is The Right Time" --Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66 sing "Ye-Me-Le" and "Witichita Lineman" --Neil Diamond sings "Both Sides Now" and "Holly Holy"
  • Show 10
    Show 10
    Episode 10
    11/24/69
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    --Joe Cocker sings "Delta Lady" --Joe Cocker sings "Something" --Mary Hopkin sings "No Business Like Show Business" --Mary Hopkin sings "In My Life" --Three Dog Night sings "Eli's Coming" --Mary McCaslin sings "Help!"
  • Show 9
    Show 9
    Episode 9
    11/17/69
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    --Paul Anka sings "Happy" --Paul Anka sings "My Way" --The Cowsills sing "Silver Threads and Golden Needles" --R.B. Greaves sings "Take A Letter Maria" --B.B. King sings "Just A Little Love"
  • Show 8
    Show 8
    Episode 8
    11/10/69
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    --Announcer introduces tonights guests: Keith Barbour, James Brown, Joe Cocker, The Everly Brothers and Dusty Springfield, A song from Billboard's #1 album this week, and the Star David Steinberg --James Brown sings "Mother Popcorn" --Keith Barbour sings "Echo Park" --The Everly Brothers sing "Bowling Green" --Commercial Break --Dusty Springfield sings "Brand New Me" and "The Look of Love" --The Everly Brothers sing a medley including "Cathy's Clown", "All I Have To Do Is Dream", "Wake Up Little Suzie", "Bird Dog", and "Bye Bye Love" --Joe Cocker sings "Something" from the #1 best selling album in the nation, The Beatles' "Abbey Road" --David previews next week's guests: Paul Anka, Joe Cocker, The Cowsills, B.B. King, and John Mayallmoreless
  • Show 7
    Show 7
    Episode 7
    11/3/69
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    --Johnny Cash sings "Blistered" and "Ruby" --R.B. Greaves sings "Take A Letter Maria" --Lulu sings "Oh Me Oh My" --Della Reese sings "MacArthur Park" --Della Reese sings "Wedding Bell Blues" --Bobby Sherman sings "La La La" --Bobby Sherman sings "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight" --Bobby Sherman sings "Sounds Along The Way" --and comedy skitsmoreless
  • Show 6
    Show 6
    Episode 6
    10/27/69
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    --Jerry Lee Lewis sings "Great Balls of Fire" --Ten Years After sings "Bad Scene" --Smith sing "Baby It's You" --Richie Havens sings "Rocky Raccoon" --Jerry Lee Lewis sings "She Even Woke Me Up to Say Goodbye" --Janis Joplin sings "Maybe" --Michael Cole reads Rod McKuen Railroad Poetry --Isaac Hayes sings "Walk On By" --Christopher Ross announces that he will be back next week, and the special guest host will be Bobby Sherman --Paul Reid Roman previews next week's guests: Jerry Butler, Johnny Cash, Richie Havens, Lulu and Buffy Sainte-Marie --The Archies sing "Sugar Sugar"moreless
  • Show 5
    Show 5
    Episode 5
    10/20/69
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    --Sly & The Family Stone sing "Everyday People" and "Dance to the Music" --Merle Haggard sings "Okie from Muskogee" --Pat Williams conducts The Music Scene Orchestra for "The Music Scene Theme" --Bobby Sherman sings "Little Woman" --Steve Lawrence sings "The Drifter" --Sly & The Family Stone sing "Hot Fun in the Summertime" and "Don't Call Me Nigger, Whitey" --David and Tom do a phsychiatrist sketch --The Temptations sing the #1 song in the country "I Can't Get Next To You" --Larry Hankin previews next weeks guests Richie Havens, Isaac Hayes, Janis Joplin, Smith, Ten Years After, and Billboard's #1 song --Tom Smothers announces that next week's guest host will be Michael Cole from ABC's "Mod Squad"moreless
  • Show 4
    Show 4
    Episode 4
    10/13/69
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    --Tony Bennett sings "What The World Needs Now" --Jerry Butler sings "What's The Use Of Breaking Up?" --Judy Collins sings "Pretty Polly" --Sonny James sings "Since I Met You Baby" --Smith sings "Baby It's You" --Moms Mabley sings "It's Your Thing"
  • Show 3
    Show 3
    Episode 3
    10/6/69
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    --The Rascals sing "People Got To Be Free" --The Dells sing "Oh What A Night" --Music Scene Flashback - Roger Miller sings "King of The Road" --Smokey Robinson & The Miracles sing "Here I Go Again" --The Rascals sing "Carry Me Back" --Roger Miller sings "Where Have All The Average People Gone?" --Bobby Sherman sings "Little Woman" while Chris Bokeno dances as a little woman --The Music Scene Singers sing a gospel-influenced version of "Sugar Sugar" --David Steinberg previews next week's guests, Tony Bennett, Jerry Butler, Judy Collins, Sonny James, Moms Mabley, and Smithmoreless
  • Show 2
    Show 2
    Episode 2
    9/29/69
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    --Gary Puckett sings "This Girl Is A Woman Now" --Eydie Gorme sings "Tonight I'll Say A Prayer" --Janis Joplin sings "Try (Just A Little Bit Harder)" --Three Dog Night sings "Easy To Be Hard" --Lou Rawls sings "Your Good Thing Is About To End" --Plus "Midnight Cowboy" film clips and comedy skitsmoreless
  • First Show
    First Show
    Episode 1
    9/22/69
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    Season Premiere --Tom Jones introduces show --James Brown sings "World" --CSN&Y sing "Down By The River" --Buck Owens and The Buckaroos sing "Tall Dark Stranger" --Oliver sings "Jean" --Three Dog Night sing "Easy To Be Hard" --Tom Jones sings "I'll Never Fall in Love Again" --Music Scene Singers sing "Sugar Sugar" --Cast previews next week show with guests Eydie Gorme, Janis Joplin, Gary Pucket and Lou Rawls, Three dog Night and the Nation's #1 song, and "The New People", next on ABC.moreless
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