This is Tom Jones - Season 3

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  • Tom Jones Variety Special #7
    9/4/71
    10
    Tom's guests are Norm Crosby, Big Jim Sullivan and the Norman Maen Dancers. Conducted by Johnnie Spence and his Orchestra.

    Musical Highlights: Tom sings, "I (Who Have Nothing)", "You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’", "The Impossible Dream", "Resurrection Shuffle", "Until It’s Time For You To Go", "Show Me", "The Sun Died", "The Bright Lights And You Girl", "I Got It Bad And That Ain’t Good" and "Here’s That Rainy Day".moreless
  • Tom Jones Variety Special #6
    8/28/71
    0.0
    Joining Tom in London are Juliet Prowse, comic Bruce Forsyth, Big Jim Sullivan, the Mike Sammes singers, and the Norman Maen Dancers. Conducted by Johnnie Spence and his Orchestra.

    Musical Highlights: Tom sings "Daughter Of Darkness", "Resurrection Shuffle", "Do What You Gotta Do" and "Oh, What A Woman". Juliet sings "Somebody In My Orchard". Bruce sings, "I Believe In You" and "This Is All I Ask". Tom & Juliet duet on "St. James Infirmary", "Just A Little Lovin’" and "Keep On Running".moreless
  • Tom Jones Variety Special #5
    7/15/71
    0.0
    Tom's guests are Nicol Williamson, Tom Paxton, Lulu, Big Jim Sullivan and the Mike Sammes Singers.

    Musical Highlights: Tom sings "Everybody’s Talkin’" and "Come Back".
  • Tom Jones Variety Special #4
    7/8/71
    0.0
    Tom's guests are Connie Stevens, Jim Henson and The Muppets, Dave Edmunds, Big Jim Sullivan and the Band of the Welsh Guards.

    Musical Highlights: Tom sings "Bridge Over Troubled Water" and a Remembering Rock ‘n Roll medley. Connie sings "Penny Candy". The Muppets perform "Mah-Na-Mah-Na". Dave sings "I’m Coming Home". The Band of the Welsh Guards performs "Delilah". Connie & the Muppets sings "Close To You". Tom & the Band of the Welsh Guards perform "Scarborough Fair". Tom, Connie & the Muppets sing "I Know A Place" and "Keep The Customer Satisfied".moreless
  • Tom Jones Variety Special #3
    6/17/71
    0.0
    Tom's guests are Liberace, Eloise Laws, Gilbert O’Sullivan and Big Jim Sullivan.

    Musical Highlights: Tom sings "I Take What I Want", "There Stands The Glass", "Down On The Corner" and "As I Love You". Liberace performs "Chopin’s Fantasia" and "Tea For Two". Eloise sings "Paris Song" and "Night Owl". Tom & Liberace duet on "Love Story theme".moreless
  • Tom Jones and Such Special Friends
    5/15/71
    0.0
    Tom's guests are Frank Gorshin, Paul Anka, Dusty Springfield and Big Jim Sullivan.

    Skit: Impressionist Frank Gorshin sings “My Way” with an Anthony Newley voice. He also impersonates Richard Burton, Marlon Brando, Al Jolson, James Cagney, Lee Marvin and others.

    Musical Highlights: Tom sings "Reach Out, I’ll Be There", "Nothing Rhymed", "Indian Reservation" and "These Things You Don’t Forget". Paul Anka sings "Blowin’ In The Wind", "My Sweet Lord" and "This Land Is My Land". Dusty Springfield sings "Joe" and "Rain". Tom, Paul, Dusty & Frank Gorshin perform "The Other Man’s Grass".moreless
  • Tom Jones … Movin’ Up & (O)ver
    4/26/71
    0.0
    Tom's guests are Phil Harris, Mary Travers and Tina Charles.

    Musical Highlights: Tom sings "Proud Mary", "Tupelo Mississippi Flash" and "St. Louis Blues". Mary Travers sings "Follow Me" and "All Things Must Pass". Phil Harris sings "The Preacher And The Bear". Tina Charles sings "Hey Jude". Tom & Mary duet on "I Wish I Knew How It Feels To Be Free".moreless
  • January 15, 1971
    January 15, 1971
    Episode 16
    1/15/71
    8.2
    Tom's guests are Petula Clark, Jim Sullivan and the Ace Trucking Company.

    Musical Highlights: Tom sings "Blues In The Night", "What A Funny Girl You Used To Be", "She's A Lady" and "I'm Coming Home". Petula Clark sings, "The Song Of My Life", "Why Can't I Get A Guy" and "My Funny Valentine". Petula & Tom duet with "This Guys In Love With You" and "Our Love Is Here To Stay".moreless
  • January 8, 1971
    January 8, 1971
    Episode 15
    1/8/71
    0.0
    Tom's guests are Frankie Vaughan, Lulu, comedienne Phyllis Diller, Big Jim Sullivan and the Ace Trucking Company.

    Musical Highlights: Tom sings, "Gentle On My Mind", "Yesterday When I Was Young", "Lodi" and "What Now My Love". Phyllis Diller with the Norman Maen Dancers, "The Ladies Who Lunch". Lulu sings "Stoned Soul Picnic". Frankie Vaughan sings, "You’ll Never Walk Alone" and "Lazy". Tom & Lulu duet on "Soul Shake". Tom & Frankie perform "All I Need Is A Girl". All join in for "There’ll Be Some Changes Made" and "Open Up The Dog House".moreless
  • January 1, 1971
    January 1, 1971
    Episode 14
    1/1/71
    0.0
    Tom's guests are Shirley Bassey, John Denver and Big Jim Sullivan.

    Musical Highlights: Tom sings, "My Way", "Who Will Take My Place?", "You Can’t Love ‘Em All" and "All Right Now". Shirley sings "Something" and "Fool On The Hill". Tom & Shirley duet on "With A Little Help From My Friends". Tom & John Denver duet on "Carolina On My Mind". John Denver with the Norman Maen Dancers perform "Let It Be". Tom & Jim perform "Memphis Beat". John Denver & Jim Sullivan duet on the "Denver Rag".moreless
  • December 25, 1970
    December 25, 1970
    Episode 13
    12/25/70
    8.6
    Ella Fitzgerald joins Tom for a Christmas themed show. Other guests include Rudolf Nureyev, Merle Park and the Welsh Treorchy Male Choir. Also appearing Big Jim Sullivan.

    Musical Highlights: Tom sings, "I'll Be Home for Christmas", "Patches", "The Twelve Days Of Christmas", "Mary’s Boy Child" and "Hark! The Hearld Angels Sing". Ella performs, "Just A Closer Walk With Thee", "Good Morning Blues" and "A Ship Without a Sail". Tom & Ella duet on "Sunny". Welsh Treorchy Male Choir perform "We’ll Keep A Welcome In The Valley" and "Ezekiel Saw The Wheel". Tom & the Welsh Treorchy Male Choir perform "The First Noel". Ella & the Welsh Treorchy Male Choir perform "Just A Little Closer Walk With Thee". Tom, Ella and the Welsh Treorchy Male Choir close with "Silent Night".moreless
  • December 11, 1970
    December 11, 1970
    Episode 12
    12/11/70
    0.0
    Tom's guests are George Kirby, Caterina Valente, Jim Sullivan, the Royal Highland Fusiliers and the Ace Trucking Company.

    Musical Highlights: Tom sings "Lost In The Stars", "Lazy River" and "The Sun Died". George Kirby sings "Oh Happy Days". Caterina Valente sings"Everyone Gets To Go To The Moon" and "My Coloring Book". Tom & Caterina duet on "Quiet Nights". The Royal Highland Fusiliers perform "Train Journey".moreless
  • December 4, 1970
    December 4, 1970
    Episode 11
    12/4/70
    0.0
    Tom's guests are Nancy Wilson, Buddy Greco, Jim Sullivan and the Ace Trucking Company.

    Musical Highlights: Tom sings "Here’s That Rainy Day", "Work Song" and "I Can’t Stop Loving You". Nancy sings "Now I Am Woman". Buddy Greco performs "Quando, Quando, Quando". Tom & Nancy duet on "Bridge Over Troubled Water". Tom & Buddy duet on "Keep The Customer Satisfied". Tom & Jim Sullivan perform "Today I Started Loving You Again".moreless
  • November 27, 1970
    November 27, 1970
    Episode 10
    11/27/70
    0.0
    Tom's guests are Florence Henderson, Harry Secombe, Big Jim Sullivan and the Ace Trucking Company.

    Musical Highlights: Tom sings, "Love's Been Good to Me", "Vehicle", "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me", "Montego Bay" and "Puppet Man". Tom and Florence sing, "Sweet Inspiration", "Get Ready", "Workin' On a Groovy Thing" and "So Happy Together". Florence & Harry duet on "Strange Music". Tom, Harry & Florence perform "Try To Remember". Jim Sullivan performs "Venezuelan Waltz". Tom & Jim duet with "Hello Darlin'" & "Break My Mind".moreless
  • November 20, 1970
    November 20, 1970
    Episode 9
    11/20/70
    0.0
    Tom's guests are Jack Jones, Joey Heatherton, Jerry Reed and Big Jim Sullivan.

    Musical Highlights: Tom sings, "MacArthur Park", "For Once In My Life", "Ain't That Good News?", "You're My World" and "War". Jack sings, "Games People Play" and "The More I See You". Joey sings, "Lucretia MacEvil" and "It Had to Be You". Jerry and Jim duet on "Fancy Pickin'".moreless
  • November 13, 1970
    November 13, 1970
    Episode 8
    11/13/70
    0.0
    Tom's guests are The Supremes, Scoey Mitchell and Ray Stevens.

    Musical Highlights: Tom sings, "Let There Be Love", "Very Much Alone", "Cabaret" and "Try A Little Tenderness". The Supremes perform "Stoned Love", "Brother Love" and "Lovin' Country". Ray Stevens sings, "Gitarman". Tom, Scoey & Ray perform "Walk A Mile In My Shoes". Tom Jones & Norman Maen Dancers perform "25 Or 6 To Four".moreless
  • November 6, 1970
    November 6, 1970
    Episode 7
    11/6/70
    0.0
    Tom's guests are Perry Como, Debbie Reynolds and the Ace Trucking Company.

    Skit: The Ace Trucking Company appear with Tom Jones and Perry Como in a golfing sketch. ATC also does a sketch with Debbie Reynolds.

    Musical Highlights: Tom sings "Sunrise, Sunset", "Tennessee Stud" and "What The World Needs Now". Debbie sings "Snowbird". Perry sings "Father Of Girls" and "Beady Eyed Buzzard". Debbie backed by the Unusual We (a song & dance group) performs a medley of rock songs. Perry Como & Patti Deutsch duet on "The Men In My Little Girl’s Life". Tom with the Norman Maen Dancers performs "Son Of A Preacher Man" and "Once There Was Love".moreless
  • October 30, 1970
    October 30, 1970
    Episode 6
    10/30/70
    0.0
    Tom's guests are Glen Campbell, Nancy Sinatra, Jerry Reed and the Ace Trucking Company.

    Skit: The Ace Trucking Company spoof Western Movies.

    Musical Highlights: Tom sings, "Do What You Gotta Do", "Higher and Higher", "I Can't Stop Loving You" and "Funky Chicken". Glen sings, "It's Only Make-Believe". Nancy sings, "Holly Holy" Tom & Nancy duet on "We've Only Just Begun". Tom, Glen, Jerry and Jim Sullivan perform, "Are You From Dixie?", "In the Pines" and "Wash My Hands in Muddy Waters". Tom, Nancy and Glen sing "Sunday Morning Coming Down".moreless
  • October 23, 1970
    October 23, 1970
    Episode 5
    10/23/70
    9.5
    Tom's guests are Liza Minnelli and Edward G. Robinson.

    Skit: Edward G. Robinson reads Rudyard’s Kipling’s poem “The Betrothed”.

    Musical Highlights: Tom sings "Daughter Of Darkness", "The Impossible Dream", "High Sheriff Of Calhoun Parish" and "Try A Little Tenderness". Liza sings "Let It Be", "Easy Rider" and "Teach Your Children". Tom & Liza duet on "Cabaret". Liza with the Norman Maen Dancers performs "Come Rain or Come Shine". Tom with the Norman Maen Dancers performs "Turn On Your Love Light".moreless
  • October 16, 1970
    October 16, 1970
    Episode 4
    10/16/70
    0.0
    Tom's guests are Jose Ferrer, Eydie Gorme, Steve Lawrence and the Ace Trucking Company.

    Skit: Jose Ferrer recites a Shakespearean sonnet and reads "A Dissertation on Roast Pig" by 19th century English essayist Charles Lamb.

    Musical Highlights: Tom sings, "Greensleeves", "I Heard It Through the Grapevine", "Streets of Laredo" and "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?". Eydie sings, "What Did I Have that I Don't Have?" Tom, Steve and Eydie do a medley of "Love and Marriage". Tom and the Dancers perform, "Show Me" and "Bye-Bye Blackbird".moreless
  • October 9, 1970
    October 9, 1970
    Episode 3
    10/9/70
    9.8
    Tom's guests are Bob Hope, Aretha Franklin and the Ace Trucking Company.

    Skit: Bob's monologue includes gags aimed at Tom. Tom and Bob play hippie police raiding an old folks' pot party.

    Musical Highlights: Tom sings, "Talk About The Good Times", "And I Thank You", "The Shadow of Your Smile" and "If I Ruled the World". Aretha sings, "I Say a Little Prayer" and "It's Not Unusual". Tom & Bob sing, "Well, Did You Evah?" and "What A Swell Party This Is". Tom & Aretha duet on a medley of "Bridge Over Troubled Water", "Seesaw", "Spirit in the Dark" and "The Party's Over". Tom w/Big Jim Sullivan perform "Born To Lose". Tom's Concert solo: "Lodi". Show stopper: Aretha sings "Call Me" backed by dancers Lorene Yarnal and Danny Strayhorn.moreless
  • October 2, 1970
    October 2, 1970
    Episode 2
    10/2/70
    0.0
    Tom's guests are Zero Mostel, Diahann Carroll and the Ace Trucking Company.

    Skit: Zero Mostel does a dramatic reading of a letter written by noted Old West artist Charles M. Russell which describes a buffalo hunt. The Ace Trucking Company satirizes fashion conscious men and with Diahann Carroll, hospitals. Diahann Carroll was starring in “Julia” at the time. The character she played was Julia Baker, a nurse.

    Musical Highlights: Tom sings "Save The Country", "If Ever I Would Leave You", "Make It With You", "Home On The Range", "Proud Mary" and "I Have Dreamed". Zero Mostel sings "Mother, A Word That Means The World To Me" and "This Is All I Ask". Diahann sings "Spring Will Be A Little Late This Year", "Good Lovin’" and "Didn’t We?" Tom & Diahann duet on "Early Autumn". Tom & Norman Maen Dancers perform "In The Summertime".moreless
  • September 25, 1970
    September 25, 1970
    Episode 1
    9/25/70
    0.0
    Tom's guests are Burt Bacharach, Anne Bancroft and the Ace Trucking Company.

    Musical Highlights: Tom sings, "Ain't That Good News", "I (Who Have Nothing)" and "What's New Pussycat?". Tom & Burt duet with "The Look of Love" and "What the World Needs Now Is Love". Tom, Burt & Big Jim Sullivan perform "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head". Tom's Concert (medley): "I'll Never Fall in Love Again/Green, Green Grass of Home/Love Me Tonight/ It's Not Unusual". A House Is Not A Home, Love Me Tonight, Green Green Grass Of Home, It's Not Unusual, The Look Of Love, Promise Her Anything.moreless
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