Special - LSD
"The World Tomorrow" was a Granada Television documentary series produced for the ITV network. In 1967 it was broadcast in a late slot on Friday night's, but in early February a special edition was produced on the subject of LSD and screened in an earlier peak-time slot in midweek. The special included interviews with the American psychologist and advocator of LSD Dr Timothy Leary, Beat poet Allen Ginsberg and Richard Alpert.
Introduction voice over: "'Turn on, Tune in, Drop Out' For this crowd of hip young Americans these six words are shorthand for an electrifying experience most of them know well, an experience called 'The Trip'. 'The Trip' is a drug induced mental explosion that has changed their whole way of looking at the world. But for many other Americans the six words stand for something else - controversy, crime and terror. Turning on, tuning in and dropping out is what happens to you when you take a dose of the strange new drug called LSD..... LSD stands for Dextro lysergic acid diethylamide, a chemical derived from a fungus that grows on rye, it is not addictive like Heroin or Cocaine but it's far more powerful in its' effects. Taken in a pill or sugar cube, it acts in an hour and lasts up to 24 - During this time the user soars into another world where the consciousness is vastly expanded, or seems to be. This is the famous psychedelic experience."
Ginsberg: "...Are there wars on Earth? Still? Vietnam - like everybody losing control of their temper. Does anybody else want to create a hell? Perpetuate a hell? We might as well get out of our minds, which - does mean some LSD as a useful personal catalyst as something that does approximate a natural religious experience."
Leary: "The experience that you have when you take LSD is similar to the experience that has been described by the great mystics and philosophers of the past. There's a sense of being in communion with powers greater than yourself - Intelligence that far outstrips the human mind and energies which are very ancient. You have a sense of being brought into God's workshop, where the veil is pulled away and for the first time and you see how things really are."
Rediffusion (ITV London only) Tuesday 7th February 1967, 9:40-10:25pm (black
All other regions showed it on Wednesday 8th February 1967, 9:40-10:25pm (black & white)
- It's So Far Out It's Straight Down
A Granada Television documentary on the London counter-culture scene in 1967, includes early live footage of Pink Floyd playing "Interstellar Overdrive" at the UFO club on 27th January 1967, "Percy the Ratcatcher" can also be heard.
Paul McCartney: "They've got all these rules - Rules of how to live, how to paint, how to make music - and it's just not true anymore, they don't work, all those rules, you can't apply them because it means then that you're assuming that you know it all, you know.... and we don't know it all yet. And so, what this gang of people from the 'International Times,' 'Indica,' and the whole scene is trying to do is try to see where we are now and see what we've got around us - see any mistakes we've made and straighten 'em out. It's just a straight forward endeavor kind of scene, just to do something other than what's been done before, because what's been done before isn't necessarily the answer. There could be another answer."
Granada (North ITV region only) Tuesday 7th March 1967, 10:25-10:55pm (black
- What is a Happening?
The 14 Hour Technicolor Dream Festival at the Alexandra Palace in London on 29th April 1967 was filmed by the BBC for the documentary and current affairs series "Man Alive". About 10,00 people attended and "STP" (a longer lasting though less potent version of LSD) was handed out free of charge to all who wanted it. Among the attractions were Pink Floyd, though sadly they were not filmed, there were also various performance artists, poets, dancers and jugglers. Read more about the event here.
would you describe the purpose of this evening, The 14 Hour Technicolor
Jim Haynes: "I think that there's a new period, we're starting a new era, sweeping around as a kind of reaction to various things that have been happening in the world and it manifests itself in love and sweetness and kindness and flowers. We're not initiating anything so much as portraying what IS happening."
BBC2 Wednesday 17th May 1967, 8:05-8:35pm (black & white)
All Make Love in London
Peter Whitehead's feature length study of swinging London in 1966-67 included an interview with Mick Jagger, footage of the Stones at the Albert Hall on 23rd September 1966 and Eric Burdon & The Animals miming to "When I Was Young". Parts of a Pink Floyd performance of "Interstellar Overdrive" recorded at Sound Techniques Studio in Chelsea, London on 11th or 12th January 1967 were used throughout the film but only a fleeting glimpse of the band is actually seen, there was also an outtake of Floyd doing a piece called "Nick's Boogie" and this was issued along with the full length "Interstellar Overdrive" on a re-working of the original film titled "Pink Floyd: London 1966/67" released in 1994.
"When they're violent against the police, it's the only way they have of
showing it, because they're not organised."
Interviewer: "How would you organise them?"
Jagger: "I wouldn't want to organise them. I don't feel that I'm a leader of them, or whoever we're talking about..... I just feel part of the thing that started off. This isn't the first generation that's questioned the moral values of the last generation."
Film released November 1967 (72 minutes, a mixture of colour and black & white)
Home Video released October 1994 by See For Miles
World - "The Love Generation"
BBC reporter Alan Whicker travelled to San Francisco early in 1967 to make this documentary film which included footage of The Grateful Dead performing "The Golden Road".
Whicker's introduction: "No one really knows what's 'happening' in San Francisco, but this is 'where it's at'. Traditional home of 'the way out', today the mecca of happy hippies who are cracking the smooth silhouette of America's materialism with that ultimate weapon - with love..... Haight Ashbury, a crumbling corner of San Francisco, is where the action is, this is where the hippies began their march towards flower power and the quiet revolution. A significant part of the American landscape today and a rallying point for the new irreverent way of life for those who preach the 'drop out' gospel, a community of beautiful people or perhaps a dark carnival. In hippie colonies around the world, thousands of people are joining this 'far out' pursuit of happiness. So as the 'square world' begins to adopt hippie fashions, let's take a thoughtful look at the love generation in full flower, walking off the joy and pain of being young and poor in the richest place in the world amid a conforming society that distrusts the different. Where the living is easy and the job's are waiting, hippies 'turn on, tune in and drop out' to show distaste for a bland culture which seems to offer no ideal beyond that of acquisition. Everyone's competing they say, nobody's living.... Hippie philosophy is hostile to hard drugs like Heroin, but based on psychedelic drugs - which provide instant mysticism - like LSD, Peyote and Marijuana. They swallow these mind expanding drugs illegally while the coach fulls of tourists who daily come to stare at them stay legally hooked on booze, cigarettes and tranquillizers."
BBC2 Saturday 9th September 1967, 8:25-9:10pm (colour)
Repeat:- BBC4 Saturday 19th June 2004, 1:20am-2:00am
Top of the
Pops (1967 editions)
By 1967 'Top of the Pops' was having to contend with a miming ban, a curious state of affairs which forced artists who could only (or would only) appear on film to be a little more inventive in order to avoid the wrath of the musicians union. Acts that did agree to appear in person would now have to sing live over backing tracks stripped of any obvious instrumentation not played by those actually appearing on the screen - either that or put their trust in Johnny Pearson's Top of the Pops Orchestra to come up with something resembling what had been achieved on disc (An ever more challenging task in an age of rapidly expanding production values).
Simon Dee's relatively brief stint as one of the regular presenters came to an end in March 1967 and following the launch of Radio 1 on 30th September 1967 (transmitting the first legal UK signals dedicated to pop full-time) the brand new station's DJ's each had a turn at being paired up with one of the old guard, Stuart Henry ultimately being chosen to fill the gap left by Dee.
edition - BBC1 Thursday 6th July 1967, 7:30-8:00pm (black & white)
Partially surviving edition - BBC1 Thursday 27th July 1967, 7:30-8:00pm (black & white)
Surviving edition (Xmas round up of the year #2) - BBC1 Tuesday 26th December 1967, 5:25-6:10pm (black & white)
(not promo films or the audience dancing to the disc):-
12/01/1967 The Move - "Night of Fear"
27/01/1967 Rolling Stones - "Let's Spend The Night Together" (exists as re-broadcast on 26/12)
02/02/1967 Rolling Stones - "Ruby Tuesday"
23/03/1967 Small Faces - "Just Passing"
30/03/1967 The Byrds - "So You Want to be a Rock & Roll Star"
30/03/1967 Jimi Hendrix Experience - "Purple Haze" (exists)
13/04/1967 The Move - "I Can Hear the Grass Grow"
27/04/1967 The Who - "Pictures of Lily"
04/05/1967 Kinks - "Waterloo Sunset"
18/05/1967 Jeff Beck - "Hi Ho Silver Lining"
18/05/1967 Jimi Hendrix Experience - "The Wind Cries Mary" (exists)
25/05/1967 Procol Harum - "A Whiter Shade of Pale" (A 06/07 repeat performance exists, but not sure if this was the original May performance or one from June)
01/06/1967 Small Faces - "Here Comes the Nice"
15/06/1967 Cream - "Strange Brew"
06/07/1967 Pink Floyd - "See Emily Play" (exists) (27/07 performance was also recorded on domestic format but completely obliterated by tape damage)
27/07/1967 Dave Davies - "Death of a Clown" (exists) (introduced as "RAY Davies"!!!, Dave then shouts over the intro "DAVE Davies... Did that on purpose didn't you")
17/08/1967 Eric Burdon - "Good Times"
24/08/1967 Jimi Hendrix Experience - "Burning of the Midnight Lamp" (This was when the wrong backing track was played, Alan Price Set's "The House that Jack Built")
24/08/1967 Small Faces - "Itchycoo Park"
07/09/1967 The Move - "Flowers in the Rain"
14/09/1967 Traffic - "Hole in My Shoe"
26/10/1967 Kinks - "Autumn Almanac" (exists)
26/10/1967 The Who - "I Can See For Miles"
02/11/1967 Eric Burdon - "San Franciscan Nights"
23/11/1967 Traffic - "Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush"
Three of the biggest names in rock appeared on German TV's Beat Club in 1967, Jimi Hendrix gave a live performance of "Purple Haze" and "Hey Joe" in a special edition recorded at the Marquee, The Who were also live on that very same show (as well as being featured on two other editions) and Cream appeared twice doing "I Feel Free" and "Strange Brew" - sadly both mimed, badly! Vanilla Fudge showed how miming should be done later in the year. Dave Lee Travis continued as co-host with Uschi Nerke.
All shown in
black & white except show 24
Show 16 - Saturday 21st January 1967, 4:30-5:06pm (Incl The Who "I'm a Boy", "Heatwave" & "Happy Jack" (all mimed) / Eric Burdon "CC Rider", "A Love Like Yours" & "Shake Rattle and Roll" (all live))
Show 17 - Saturday 25th February 1967, 4:05-4:35pm (Cream "I Feel Free" / Creation "Painter Man" - both mimed)
Show 18 - Saturday 11th March 1967, 3:30-4:06pm (Jimi Hendrix - "Hey Joe" & "Purple Haze" / The Who "Happy Jack", "So Sad About Us" & "My Generation" / The Smoke "My Friend Jack" - all at the Marquee, Hendrix & The Who live)
Show 19 - Monday 1st May 1967, 1:15-1:53pm (The Who "Pictures of Lily" / Sandy Sarjeant "Can't Stop the Want" - all mimed from now on)
Show 20 - Saturday 20th May 1967, 4:20-4:55pm (Cream "Strange Brew" / Small Faces "I Can't Make it" / Kinks "Mr Pleasant")
Show 21 - Saturday 24th June 1967, 4:45-5:15pm (Small Faces "Here Comes the Nice" / Kinks "Waterloo Sunset")
Show 22 - Saturday 22nd July 1967, 4:45-5:15pm (Dave Davies "Death of a Clown")
Show 23 - Saturday 26th August 1967, 4:00-4:30pm (Scott McKenzie "San Francisco")
Show 24 - Saturday 23rd September 1967, 4:30-5:18pm (One off colour edition incl Small Faces "Green Circles" & "Itchycoo Park", circulating copies of this are all in b&w)
Show 25 - Saturday 14th October 1967, 4:45-5:17pm (Vanilla Fudge "You Keep Me Hanging On" - fabulous!)
Show 26 - Saturday 25th November 1967, 4:45-5:18pm (Sharon Tandy "Hold On" - wild guitar solo)
Show 27 - Saturday 30th December 1967, 5:10-5:44pm (Small Faces "Tin Soldier" / Bonzo Dog Band "Equestrian Statue" & "Little Sir Echo" / Marion "I Go to Sleep")
Film of the June 1967 Pop festival featuring performances by The Jimi Hendrix Experience, The Who, Country Joe and the Fish, Eric Burdon, Hugh Masekela, Ravi Shankar, Janis Joplin and many others. The footage was originally shot for an ABC TV special but when the newly appointed president of the station saw it he declared "This film does not meet industry standards" and 'Monterey Pop' wasn't seen in America until it reached the cinema at end of 1968. British cinemas probably didn't show it until the early 1970's. The full Hendrix set (or most of it) eventually saw the light of day as a home video release in 1987.
included in the film
The Mamas & The Papas - "California Dreamin'"
Canned Heat - "Rollin' and Tumblin'"
Simon & Garfunkel - "The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)"
Hugh Masekela - "Bajabula Bonke (The Healing Song)"
Jefferson Airplane - "High Flyin' Bird" & "Today"
Big Brother & The Holding Company - "Ball 'n' Chain"
Eric Burdon & The Animals - "Paint it Black"
The Who - "My Generation"
Country Joe & The Fish - "Section 43"
Otis Redding - "Shake" & "I've Been Loving You Too Long"
The Jimi Hendrix Experience - "Wild Thing"
The Mamas & The Papas - "Got a Feelin'"
Ravi Shankar - "Raga Bhimpalasi"
26th December 1968 (79 minutes, colour)
British TV Premiere:- Channel Four Friday 4th July 1986, 11:30pm-1:00am
Repeat:- S4C (Wales) Sunday 6th July 1986, 11:00pm-12:30pm
Repeat:- Channel Four Friday 26th June 1987, 1:30am-3:00am
Repeat:- Channel Four Saturday 25th January 1992, 12:05am-1:55am
Region 0 PAL DVD released 12th November 2002 by Classic Collection (3 disc box set includes loads of extras including an enchanting backstage performance by Tiny Tim)
Jimi Plays Monterey
Home Video released June 1987 by Virgin, reissued as "Live at Monterey" February 1994 by BMG
British TV Premiere:- Channel Four Wednesday 28th June 1989, 12:45am-1:45am
DVD - Included in the 3 disc box set "Monterey Pop"
The Beatles' self directed and unscripted attempt at a psychedelic movie (based on a mystery bus trip) largely failed to appeal to a straight or 'turned on' audience, the newspaper critics were certainly not impressed and Paul McCartney hastily arranged an appearance on David Frost's TV chat show the very next day to defend it. The film does have its' moments - a performance by The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band and a fabulous sequence to accompany "I Am the Walrus" made the project worthwhile. Ivor Cutler was among the passengers, playing an oddball who thinks he is the Tour Courier, though unfortunately the film didn't include one of his idiosyncratic comedy numbers that had made him an underground cult favourite - something that would have been so much more preferable than the painfully over-long romantic beach scene involving Cutler and 'the fat lady', though mercifully this section was apparently cut by the BBC for the original broadcasts.
in the film
"Magical Mystery Tour" (Played over the opening sequence with shots of the bus, everybody on it, waving from the sun roof etc.)
"Fool on the Hill" (Paul dream sequence, Paul standing on hills near Nice in France)
"Flying" (Tinted aerial landscape shots)
"I Am the Walrus" (Band miming and then playing along dressed in various animal costumes at West Malling Air Station)
"Blue Jay Way" (George playing a keyboard chalked onto a road in front of the bus / All playing ball in Ringo's back garden)
Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band - "Death Cab for Cutie" (On stage at the Raymond Revuebar strip club)
"Your Mother Should Know" (Band decending and then ascending a giant sweeping staircase with formation dancers below)
TV Premiere :- BBC1 Tuesday 26th December
1967, 8:35-9:24pm (this broadcast was in black & white)
2nd broadcast:- BBC2 Friday 5th January 1968, 9:57-10:46pm (colour screening)
3rd broadcast:- BBC2 Friday 21st December 1979, 6:10-7:02pm (Part of "The Beatles at Christmas" season)
Home Video released 26th March 1990 by VCI inlay scan
UK Satellite/Cable broadcast:- MTV Europe Monday 1st November 1993, Early evening (Part of MTV 'Beatles day' promoting CD issues of the Red & Blue compilations, George & Paul gave interviews & talked about the film)
Restored version:- BBC2 & BBC HD Saturday 6th October 2012, 10:45-11:40pm
Region 0 PAL DVD/Blu-ray released 8th October 2012 by EMI Catalogue (50 minutes of special features plus audio commentary by Paul)
The Frost Programme
- Paul McCartney interview
ITV (all regions except Scottish) - Wednesday 27th December 1967, 10:30-11:15pm (Audio exists)
Tour Revisited ("Arena" documentary)
BBC2 & BBC HD - Saturday 6th October 2012, 9:45-10:45pm
A short half-hour film narrated by Alexis Korner showcasing the Jimi Hendrix Experience including live footage of the band performing "Purple Haze" and "Wild Thing" in Blackpool on 25th November 1967 and film studio footage of Jimi running through an acoustic version of "Hear My Train A Comin'" on 19th December 1967.
Home Video released June 1987 by Palace Video, reissued October 1991 by BMG
Region 2 NTSC DVD released 23rd July 2001 by Universal Island
A 22 year old Jonathan King, who was writing a column for Disc & Music Echo at the time, had his own Saturday tea-time series on ATV London that ran for five months over the autumn/winter of 1967/68, notable for including interviews with Frank Zappa, Yoko Ono and Jimi Hendrix. The TVTimes entry for each edition read: "And welcome, gentle viewers. My name is Jonathan King. If you want to be groovy, and want to know why, if you want to be way out in advance, let me be your leader. Pop, films, theatre, books, politics even - itís all here." The Southern, Tyne Tees, Grampian, Westward and Channel regions also screened some or all 1967 editions whilst ATV Midlands broadcast it late Monday nights (around 11:30pm). Aside from a Hendrix insert of his band lip-sycing to "Burning of the Midnight Lamp", nothing from the opening 13 programmes is known to have survived.
All shown in black & white
ATV London times
Show 1 - ATV London Saturday 30th September 1967, 6:30-7:00pm (Interview with Frank Zappa)
Show 2 - ATV London Saturday 7th October 1967, 6:30-7:00pm (Yoko Ono talks about a dance festival which would only exist in people's thoughts / The Foundations)
Show 3 - ATV London Saturday 14th October 1967, 6:30-7:00pm (Jimi Hendrix Experience "Burning of the Midnight Lamp" insert rec 13/10/67, this clip was also shown on French TV and survives)
Show 4 - ATV London Saturday 21st October 1967, 6:30-7:00pm (Peter Frampton and Andy Bown / Alan Price Set)
Show 5 - ATV London Saturday 28th October 1967, 6:30-7:00pm
Show 6 - ATV London Saturday 4th November 1967, 5:50-6:15pm
Show 7 - ATV London Saturday 11th November 1967, 5:50-6:15pm (Barry and Maurice Gibb Interview)
Show 8 - ATV London Saturday 18th November 1967, 5:50-6:15pm (Jimi Hendrix interview rec 15-Nov / Spencer Davis Group)
Show 9 - ATV London Saturday 25th November 1967, 5:50-6:15pm (The Herd)
Show 10 - ATV London Saturday 2nd December 1967, 5:50-6:15pm
Show 11 - ATV London Saturday 9th December 1967, 5:50-6:15pm (Jimi Hendrix Experience "Spanish Castle Magic" rec 08-Dec / Cat Stevens)
Show 12 - ATV London Saturday 16th December 1967, 5:50-6:15pm
No programme on 23rd December 1967 due to an extended edtion of "Opportunity Knocks!"
Show 13 - ATV London Saturday 30th December 1967, 5:50-6:15pm (Plastic Penny / Spencer Davis / Dick Lester)
The remaining shows are detailed on the 1968 page
??/??/1967 Blues Magoos - "We Ain't Got Nothin' Yet" [Larry Kane Show, USA TV colour] (Not the same Larry Kane who interviewed the Beatles several times)
??/01/1967 [Sex in Today's World, USA TV colour] (includes Mothers of Invention performing on stage (performing music that is, not sex))
07/01/1967 Electric Prunes - "I Had Too Much to Dream Last Night" [American Bandstand, USA TV b&w]
08/01/1967 Buffalo Springfield - "For What It's Worth" [Where the Action is, USA TV] (Taped 27/12/1966)
09/01/1967 [Twentieth Century Focus, BBC1 b&w] (Schools & Colleges programme, this edition "The Pop Boom - The Business" included clips of The Small Faces in the recording studio & The Rolling Stones)
11/01/1967 The Electric Prunes - "I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night" [Where the Action is, USA TV b&w]
12/01/1967 The Seeds - "Pushin' Too Hard" [Where the Action is, USA TV b&w]
15/01/1967 Rolling Stones - "Ruby Tuesday" & "Let's Spend the Night Together" [Ed Sullivan Show, USA TV colour] (Mick forced to change lyric to "Let's spend some TIME together")
20/01/1967 Eric Burdon - "See See Rider" [Beat! Beat! Beat!, German TV b&w]
21/01/1967 Buffalo Springfield - "For What It's Worth" [American Bandstand, USA TV b&w]
22/01/1967 Rolling Stones - "Letís Spend The Night Together", "Ruby Tuesday", "Itís All Over Now" & "Connection" [The London Palladium Show, ATV b&w] (Stones refuse to appear in revolving stage finale)
22/01/1967 Lovin' Spoonful - "Nashville Cats" & "Darling Be Home Soon" [Ed Sullivan show, USA TV colour]
26/01/1967 Blues Magoos - "We Ain't Got Nothin' Yet" [Where the Action is, USA TV]
28/01/1967 Standells - "Dirty Water" & "Try it" [American Bandstand, USA TV b&w]
??/??/1967 Jerry Rubin Interview [Joe Pyne Show, USA TV colour] (in front of a studio audience, Rubin gets fed up with Pyne's attitude and walks off, said to be recorded/tx'd around Jan/1967)
Stones - "It's All Over Now" & "She Smiled Sweetly" [Eamonn Andrews
Show, ABC b&w]
13/02/1967 The Seeds - "Pushin' Too Hard" & "Mr Farmer" [Shebang, USA TV colour]
21/02/1967 Eric Burdon & The Animals - "When I Was Young" & "See See Rider" [Mike Douglas Show, USA TV colour]
22/02/1967 Buffalo Springfield - "Sit Down I Think I Love You" [Where the Action is, USA TV] (No Neil Young who was ill, mimed in a cowboy town set with drummer perched on a wagon)
26/02/1967 Buffalo Springfield - "For What It's Worth" [Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, USA TV colour]
Hendrix Experience - "Hey Joe" & "Purple Haze" [Beat Club, German TV
b&w] (performed live at the Marquee Club on 02/03/67)
02/03/1967 Mamas & The Papas - "My Heart Stood Still", "Glad To Be Unhappy", "Here In My Arms" & "Sing For Your Supper" [Rodgers And Hart Today, USA TV colour]
03/03/1967 The Byrds - "So You Want to Be a Rock and Roll Star", "Eight Miles High" & "Mr Tambourine Man" [Drop in, Swedish TV b&w] (rec 27/02/67, may have done something for another Swedish show "Popside" too)
06/03/1967 "The Rave" (Not broadcast, this was a pilot made by Granada as a possible replacement for RSG!, The Move & Pink Floyd performed)
06/03/1967 The Doors - "Break on Through" [Shebang, USA TV colour] (not the promo but a live TV performance)
07/03/1967 Jimi Hendrix Experience - "Hey Joe" & "Stone Free" [Tienerklanker, Belgian TV b&w] (mimed, date may be rec not tx)
11/03/1967 Beatles Promo's [American Banstand, USA TV b&w] (I wouldn't normally list a tx of promo's but this is interesting for the audience reactions to "Strawberry Fields Forever")
12/03/1967 The Byrds [Eamonn Andrews Show, ATV b&w] (Presumably did "So You Want to Be a Rock and Roll Star")
19/03/1967 Spencer Davis Group - Live in Finland [Finland TV, b&w] ("When I Get Home", "Keep On Running", "Georgia On My Mind", "Mean Woman Blues", "Together Till The End Of Time", "Dust My Blues", "I'm a Man" & "Gimme Some Lovin")
19/03/1967 Lovin' Spoonful - "Bald Headed Lena", "Do You Believe in Magic?" & "Daydream" [Ed Sullivan Show, colour]
31/03/1967 Yardbirds - "Shapes Of Things", "Happenings 10 Years Time Ago", "Over Under Sideways Down" & "I'm A Man" [Beat! Beat! Beat!, German TV b&w]
??/??/1967 The Move - "Night of Fear" & "I Can Heart The Grass Grow" [French TV] (with backup dancers in front)
??/??/1967 Soft Machine [Italian TV, colour] (Shows the band rehearsing at home & live at Speakeasy , Daevid Allen still in the band at this point)
Hendrix Experience - "Purple Haze" [Dee Time, BBC1 b&w] (Rec
27/03/67 in Manchester)
08/04/1967 Buffalo Springfield - "medley: For What It's Worth / Mr Soul" [Hollywood Palace, USA TV colour] (Taped back on 20/01/67)
09/04/1967 Blues Magoos - "Pipe Dream" [Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, USA TV colour] (rec 24/03/67)
10/04/1967 Timothy Leary [Firing Line, USA TV colour] ("The World of LSD". William F. Buckley debates with Timothy Leary)
11/04/1967 Van Morrison - "Mystic Eyes" [Fanclub, Dutch TV b&w] (Miming to the '65 track in a zoo with Dutch band Cuby & The Blizzards + interview about his time living in a Monastery)
??/??/1967 Grateful Dead - "Cream Puff War" [The Maze, USA TV] (Local music programme, rec 08/04/67 plus interview)
14/04/1967 Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band [Russ Conway's Gaslight Show, Rediffusion b&w]
16/04/1967 News Report [ITN News, b&w] (Esitimated 125,000 march to United Nations building in New York yesterday (15th) in protest against war in Vietnam)
16/04/1967 Electric Prunes - "Get Me to the World on Time" [Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, USA TV colour]
19/04/1967 Jimi Hendrix Experience - "Purple Haze" [Late Night Line Up, BBC b&w] (rec 17/Apr/67, lost, a 2nd song was tx'd at a later date, see 17/May)
19/04/1967 "San Francisco Hippies" [Reporting 67, ITV b&w] (25 minute documentary includes interview with Digger & psychedelic shop owner Ron Thelin)
20/04/1967 Donovan [Dee Time, BBC1 b&w]
24/04/1967 Big Brother & The Holding Company "Down on Me, "Coo Coo", "Hall of the Mountain King", "Blow My Mind" & "Ball and Chain" [Come Up the Years, USA TV b&w] (live in the TV studio)
25/04/1967 "Inside Pop: The Rock Revolution" [USA TV, colour] (Leonard Bernstein talking about pop, brief Zappa clips, Brian Wilson "Surf's Up" & Canned Heat)
29/04/1967 The Blues Project [Upbeat, USA TV b&w] (Prob did "No Time Like the Right Time" single rel Apr/67, they were on this show fairly regularly)
Simon and Art Garfunkel, Granada TV b&w] (40 minute
special shown in the North ITV region only at 11:35pm)
05/05/1967 Pink Floyd - "Arnold Layne" [Fanclub, Dutch TV b&w] (Thought to be the source of the 'alternate' Arnold Layne promo shot in woods and near a church, rec date given as 29/04/67)
05/05/1967 Kinks - "Mr Pleasant" & "This Is Where I Belong" [Fanclub, Dutch TV b&w] (rec 28/04/67)
??/??/1967 Kinks - ""Dead End Street", "Sunny Afternoon" & "Mr Pleasant [De Adèle Bloemendaal Show, Dutch TV] (rec 29/04/67)
06/05/1967 Electric Prunes - "Get Me to the World on Time" & "I Had Too Much to Dream Last Night" [American Bandstand, USA TV b&w]
10/05/1967 Rolling Stones News Report [ITN News, b&w] (Mick Jagger and Keith Richard at Chichester Magistrates court on drugs charge following raid on Richards' home on 12th Feb, Brian Jones also arrested today following raid at his flat)
11/05/1967 Jimi Hendrix Experience - "Hey Joe" & "Wild Thing" [Music Hall de France, French TV b&w] (Live performance in front of an audience, other songs may exist also)
14/05/1967 Pink Floyd - "Pow R Toc H" (brief) & "Astronomy Domine" [Look of the Week, BBC1 b&w] (Live with light show backdrop + interview with Syd & Roger, regrettably in b&w)
17/05/1967 Jimi Hendrix Experience - "Manic Depression" [Late Night Line-Up, BBC2] (rec 17/Apr/67 and obscured by students invited onto the show to play with visual effects, this was later rebroadcast by "Disco 2" as a Hendrix tribute on 19/Sep/1970)
20/05/1967 The Seeds - "Can't Seem to Make You Mine" & "Painted Doll" [American Bandstand, USA TV b&w]
21/05/1967 The Who [Bouton Rouge, French TV b&w] (Recording "Pictures of Lily" at Pye studios on 05/04/67)
21/05/1967 Mick Jagger interview [Look of the Week, BBC1 b&w] (Interviewed alongside Professor of Psychology John Cohen on crowd behaviour & the recent happening at Alexandra Palace, exists)
23/05/1967 Kinks [As You Like It, Southern TV] (Probably did "Waterloo Sunset" which was released this month)
24/05/1967 The John Evan Smash - "Take The Easy Way Home" [Firstimers, Granada TV b&w] (Blackpool band fronted by Ian Anderson in a late afternoon new talent slot)
25/05/1967 Jimi Hendrix Experience - "The Wind Cries Mary" & "Purple Haze" [Popside, Swedish TV] (live with small audience sat in front of them on the floor)
29/05/1967 Jimi Hendrix Experience - "Stone Free", "Hey Joe" & "Purple Haze" [Beat! Beat! Beat!, German TV b&w] (Live performance with a standing audience)
- "We're Going Wrong" & "I Feel Free" / Pretty Things ""Reincarnation"
(Live Palais D'esport, Paris) [French TV, b&w] (some
frantic camera work capturing a live Cream performance, Pretty Things number
03/06/1967 Jefferson Airplane - "White Rabbit" & "Somebody to Love" [American Bandstand, USA TV b&w]
11/06/1967 Mamas & the Papas - "Dedicated to the One I Love" & "Creeque Alley" [Ed Sullivan Show, colour]
13/06/1967 Small Faces [Dee Time, BBC1 b&w] (Presumably did their new single "Here Comes the Nice")
13/06/1967 Small Faces [As You Like it, Southern TV b&w]
19/06/1967 Paul McCartney interview [ITN News, b&w] (facing the media after admitting to a US magazine that he had taken LSD)
25/06/1967 Beatles - "All You Need is Love" [Our World, BBC b&w] (Live vocal for a programme broadcast live to 24 countries via satellite incl USA, Japan and Australia)
25/06/1967 Jefferson Airplane - "White Rabbit" & "Somebody to Love" [Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, USA TV colour] ("White Rabbit" with liquid light show perfectly captures the late 1960's vibe, rec 07/05/67, "High Flying Bird" & "Today" also taped but not shown)
??/??/1967 Jefferson Airplane [The Tonight Show, USA TV colour] (Around June they performed "White Rabbit" & "Somebody to Love" but the programme is lost)
26/06/1967 The Creation - "Painter Man" & "Try and Stop Me" / The Move - "Night Of Fear", "Walk Upon The Water" & "I Can Hear The Grass Grow" [Beat! Beat! Beat!, German TV b&w]
28/06/1967 Rolling Stones News Report [ITN News, b&w] (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Robert Fraser at Chichester Court awaiting sentences after being found guilty on drug related charges)
29/06/1967 Rolling Stones News Report [ITN News, b&w] (Mick Jagger sent to prison for 3 months, Keith Richards for 1 year, Robert Fraser for 6 months)
30/06/1967 Rolling Stones News Report [ITN News, b&w] (Mick Jagger and Keith Richards leave prison after being granted bail pending hearing of their appeals, Robert Fraser refused bail)
[Donovan Meets Logue: An Exchange of Songs and Poems, BBC1 b&w]
night special at 10:25-10:50pm)
03/07/1967 "Die Jungen Nachtwandler - London Unter 21" [German TV, b&w] (A one hour documentary including Pink Floyd "Interstellar Overdrive" rec at UFO 24/02/67 and The Who "Glittering Girl" Pete demo & band rehearsal)
08/07/1967 Velvet Underground - "Guess I'm Falling in Love" [Upbeat, USA TV colour] (Lost/stolen, date of 08/Jan/1967 is also claimed for the VU's appearance but July looks more likely to be correct)
09/07/1967 The Seeds - "A Thousand Shadows" [Shebang, USA TV colour]
13/07/1967 The Byrds - "Lady Friend", "Rennaisance Fair" & "Have You Seen Her Face" [The Tonight Show, USA TV] (live performance, only audio survives, opens with Crosby saying "we tune [up] because we care")
17/07/1967 [Living Music, Rediffusion b&w] (doc about DJ Mike Quinn filmed at Tiles Club, London. incl Pink Floyd)
22/07/1967 The Doors - "The Crystal Ship" & "Light My Fire" [American Bandstand, b&w] (rec 12/07/67, live)
28/07/1967 Arthur Brown / Tomorrow [Hoepla, Dutch TV b&w] (also interviews with Pete Townshend, Eric Clapton and Miles from the International Times)
28/07/1967 Leonard Nimoy - "Bilbo Baggins" / Buffalo Springfield - "Bluebird" [Malibu U, USA TV colour] (Excruciating film of Nimoy, so bad it's.. err, REALLY bad)
29/07/1967 The Byrds - "Lady Friend" & "Eight Miles High" [American Bandstand, b&w] (Crosby's last TV appearance with the band)
Jagger [World in Action, Granada TV b&w] (In discussion
with British establishment figures following his drugs conviction and successful
appeal, rec 31/07/67)
12/08/1967 Mamas and the Papas - "Twelve Thirty (Young Girls are Coming to the Canyon)" & "California Dreamin'" [American Bandstand, USA TV b&w]
18/08/1967 [The Mind Alchemists, BBC1 b&w] (Documentary about a new breed of revolutionaries and their gospel of LSD)
22/08/1967 Jimi Hendrix Experience - "Burning of the Midnight Lamp" [Dee Time, BBC1 b&w] (Live, audio exists)
22/08/1967 "The Hippie Temptation" [USA TV, colour] (CBS documentary, incl The Grateful Dead outdoor performance of "Dancing in the Street" at Golden Gate park)
25/08/1967 The Doors - "Light My Fire" [Malibu U, USA TV colour] (Jim didn't show up so Krieger's brother mimed with his back to camera singing to a girl. Jim later did some close ups to be edited in)
29/08/1967 Eric Burdon & The Animals [Dee Time, BBC1 b&w] (Probably did "Good Times" which had been released the previous week)
Witness, BBC1 b&w] (Debate show, "Should Marijuana
be legalized for adults")
02/09/1967 Traffic, Small Faces & Jimi Hendrix Experience [4-3-2-1, German TV colour] (lost but notable for Traffic & Hendrix mischievously swapping members to mime)
05/09/1967 Small Faces [Dee Time, BBC1 b&w] (Probably did "Itchycoo Park")
08/09/1967 Eric Burdon & The Animals [Whistle Stop, BBC1 b&w] (An appearance on a children's show)
09/09/1967 Ravi Shankar - "Norwegian Wood" [American Bandstand, USA TV colour] (First colour edition of this show)
16/09/1967 Mothers of Invention - "Son of Suzy Creamcheese" & "In Memoriam, Hieronymous Bosch" [From the Bitter End, USA TV] (1st track mimed with Zappa mouthing "motherfucker" rapidly throughout, 2nd track is live improvisation, survives in b&w)
17/09/1967 The Who - "I Can See For Miles " & "My Generation" [Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, colour] (huge explosion at the end after Keith Moon had put too much gun powder in the drum kit)
17/09/1967 The Doors - "People Are Strange" & "Light My Fire" [Ed Sullivan Show, colour] (Jim refuses to drop the line "girl we couldn't get much higher")
18/09/1967 Episode Six - "Morning Dew" & "I Hear Trumpets Blow" [Beat Beat Beat, German TV b&w] (Live on stage, future members of Deep Purple Ian Gillan & Roger Glover in this band)
22/09/1967 The Doors - "People Are Strange" & "Light My Fire" [Murray The K In New York, USA TV colour] (Sitting around in the city for "People are Strangw", no instruments but Jim mimes, outtakes also exist, "Light My Fire" mostly focusses on an actress)
23/09/1967 Strawberry Alarm Clock - "Incense and Peppermints" [American Bandstand, USA TV colour] (also did this on the 18/11/67 show along with "Tomorrow")
24/09/1967 The Mamas & the Papas - "Twelve Thirty (Young Girls are Coming to the Canyon)", "medley: Monday Monday / I Call Your Name / California Dreamin'" [Ed Sullivan Show, colour]
29/09/1967 [The Prisoner, ATV Midlands colour] (Part 1 of the surreal 17 part drama series is first broadcast to the Midlands area at 7:30-8:30pm, London viewers see it 2 days later. Made in colour but originally broadcast in the UK in black & white)
29/09/1967 John Lennon & George Harrison interview [The Frost Report, BBC1 b&w] (Talking about transcendental meditation, 1st of two interviews the pair did for Frost, see also 04/Oct)
30/09/1967 Traffic [Dee Time, BBC1 b&w] (Probably did "Hole in My Shoe" which had entered the singles chart on the 9th)
30/09/1967 The Standells [Upbeat, USA TV colour] (May have done "Can't Help But Love You")
- "Dandy" & "A Well Respected Man" [Morecambe and Wise Show, ATV colour]
in b&w in UK, colour in US with show retitled as "Piccadilly Palace")
04/10/1967 John Lennon & George Harrison 2nd interview [The Frost Report, BBC1 b&w] (John & George invited back for a follow up interview following the much talked about 29/09/67 appearance)
09/10/1967 Che Guevara Dead [News Reports] (Latin American Revolutionary leader Che Guevara dead according to official announcement in Bolivia)
10/10/1967 Soft Machine - "I Should Have Known" & "Soon Soon Soon" [Hoepla, Dutch TV b&w] (Kevin Ayres pre-dating glam rock with heavy eye makeup, fabulous live performances, this show also had Mothers of Invention on film)
??/10/1967 Soft Machine - "Hope For Happiness" & Improvisation [Dim Dam Dom, French TV colour] (Very powerful live performance in TV studio, great stuff!)
??/10/1967 Incredible String Band - "October Song" [Vjoew, Dutch TV b&w] (performing the song live in a groundfloor flat, rec date given as 02/10/67)
15/10/1967 Jimi Hendrix Experience [French Breakfast TV, b&w] (Film of the band wandering around a train station & a market to "Wind Cries Mary" & "Burning of the Midnight Lamp", rec 11/10/67)
15/10/1967 Lovin' Spoonful - "She Is Still A Mystery" & "Only Pretty" [Ed Sullivan Show, USA TV colour]
16/10/1967 Dave Davies - "Death of a Clown" [Beat! Beat! Beat!, German TV b&w]
16/10/1967 Keith Moon [New Release, Southern TV b&w] (Promoting The Who's "I Can See For Miles" single for which the band had filmed a special insert in Scotland)
17/10/1967 Kaleidoscope [?First Timers?, Granada b&w] ("First Timers" may have been a slot on the magazine show "Scene")
17/10/1967 The Doors - "The End" [The Rock Scene - Like it Is!, Canadian TV colour] (stunning performance, had been recorded back on 08/08/67, later shown in USA in 1970 on a show called "Now Explosion")
--------------Jefferson Airplane - "Ballad Of You And Me & Pooneil", "White Rabbit" & "Two Heads" [The Rock Scene - Like it Is!, Canadian TV colour]
21/10/1967 Kinks / Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band [Dee Time, BBC1 b&w] (Kinks probably did "Autumn Almanac")
21/10/1967 The Who - "I Can See For Miles" [Twice a Fortnight, BBC1 b&w] (Shaky camera work! Rec 15/10/67 this clip was also used by "American Bandstand" on the 30/12/67 edition)
22/10/1967 "Levitate the Pentagon" News Report [ITN News, b&w] (Anti-war march in Washington on 21st, Abbie Hoffman & Allen Ginsberg among those hoping to exorcise the Pentagon & lift it high into the air)
22/10/1967 Small Faces - "All Or Nothing" & "I Can't Make it" [Morecambe and Wise Show, ATV colour] (rec live 6 months earlier on 18/04/1967, recorded in colour for export, tx'd in b&w in the UK)
22/10/1967 Kaleidoscope - "Flight From Ashiya" & "Holiday Maker" [Le Petit Dimanche Illustre, French TV b&w] (exists, possibly in colour originally)
22/10/1967 The Byrds - "Mr Spaceman" & "Goin' Back" [Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, USA TV colour] (Crosby had left, Gene Clark temporarily came back)
23/10/1967 "Transport by Underground" [The Impresarios, BBC2 b&w] (The final edition of a six part arts series looked at the Hippy scene, Pink Floyd were filmed in concert in Norfolk on 19/Jul for this show but may not have been included on the broadcast)
29/10/1967 Small Faces - "Here Comes the Nice" [Le Petit Dimanche Illustré, French TV b&w] (Steve hardly bothers to mime his vocals)
30/10/1967 John Peel Special Report [Vjoew, Dutch TV b&w] (The Who interviewed. Peel also interviewed Mick Farren and Julie Driscoll around this time for Dutch TV - possibly the same show/series, also introducing T.Rex "Sara Crazy Child" too)
31/10/1967 Strawberry Alarm Clock [Jerry Bishop Talk Show, USA TV] (Probably did "Incense and Peppermints", it was their only single released this year)
Magoos - "Tobacco Road" [Kraft Music Hall, USA TV colour] (Frantic
live performance of an 18 month old record introduced by Jack Benny)
04/11/1967 The Hombres [Upbeat, USA TV colour] (Possibly "Let it All Hang Out" rel August)
07/11/1967 Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band - "Little Sir Echo" & The Equestrian Statue" [Max Bygraves Introduces New Faces, Granada b&w]
??/11/1967 Pink Floyd - "Apples and Oranges" [Boss City, USA TV colour] (rec 08/11/67, tx'd 09/11/67 or 11/11/67, lost?)
??/11/1967 Eric Burdon & The Animals / The Byrds [Groovy!, USA TV] (rec 04&05/11/67 for KHJ-TV, Byrds with Gene Clark)
11/11/1967 Van Morrison - "Brown Eyed Girl" & "Ro Ro Rosey" [American Bandstand, USA TV colour] (plus short interview)
12/11/1967 Jimi Hendrix Experience - "Burning of the Midnight Lamp" & "Hey Joe" [Dim Dam Dom, French TV colour] (mimed on a swirly white/grey set with Hendrix playing a Gibson Flying V, rec 10/10/67)
12/11/1967 Jimi Hendrix Experience - "The Wind Cries Mary" & "Burning of the Midnight Lamp" [Discorama, French TV b&w] (mimed with Hendrix playing violin and Mitch & Noel pushing a grand piano across the studio floor, rec 12/10/67)
16/11/1967 David Bowie - "Love You Till Tuesday" [Fanclub, Dutch TV] (Lost?)
16/11/1967 Buffalo Springfield - "Rock And Roll Woman" [Popendipity, USA TV b&w] (Taped 28/09/67 for an ABC special with audience, live vocal)
18/11/1967 Pink Floyd - "Apples and Oranges" [American Bandstand, USA TV colour] (rec 07/11/67, surviving copy is b&w)
23/11/1967 Jimi Hendrix Experience - "Catfish Blues", "Foxy Lady" & "Purple Haze" [Hoepla, Dutch TV] (performed live, rec 10/11/67. Only audio exists but some colour 8mm was filmed by a fan)
30/11/1967 Traffic - "Hole in My Shoe" & "Paper Sun" [Tienerklanken, Belgian TV b&w] ("Hole in My Shoe" filmed outdoors larking around in a park, "Paper Sun" wandering around a museum, no miming)
Airplane - "Watch Her Ride" & "Martha" [Perry Como Holiday Special,
USA TV colour] (mimimg with a light show back drop
for 1st track, 2nd track intercut with film of band in a park, often incorrectly
dated as 1968)
02/12/1967 Strawberry Alarm Clock / Van Morrison [Upbeat, USA TV colour]
04/12/1967 Ten Years After [The Younger Generation: The Butterflies, BBC2 b&w] (Doc series on teenagers, TYA filmed at Marquee on 06/10/67 for inclusion on this episode)
04/12/1967 Pink Floyd - "The Gnome" & "Chapter 24" [Pat Boone Show, USA TV colour] (Syd apparently refused to mime and stood motionless, so Roger Waters mimed instead, not seen since original tx, rec 06/11/67)
09/12/1967 Soft Machine [Bouton Rouge, French TV b&w] (Live clips from Palais Des Sports, not the best sound or performance by Soft Machine for TV this year)
10/12/1967 Eric Burdon & The Animals [Eamonn Andrews Show, ABC b&w]
12/12/1967 Rolling Stones News Report [ITN News, b&w] (Brian Jones avoids 9 month prison sentence over drugs charge, he is givean a 3 year probation order and a fine instead)
16/12/1967 Traffic [Dee Time, BBC1 b&w] (Probably did "Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush")
16/12/1967 Martin Carthy and Dave Swarbrick - "Byker Hill" [Once More With Felix, BBC2 colour]
16/12/1967 Small Faces - "Tin Soldier" [Twice a Fortnight, BBC1 b&w] (Audio exists with live vocal)
16/12/1967 The Hombres / Melanie [Upbeat, USA TV colour] (Hombres probably did "It's a Gas" rel December)
23/12/1967 John Mayall - "Help Me" [Bouton Rouge, French TV colour] (With Mick Taylor, filmed live in a club in London)
Brian Auger & Julie Driscoll - "Red Beans and Rice", " Why (Am I Treated So Bad)" & "Save Me" [Bouton Rouge, French TV colour]
23/12/1967 The Who - "Mary Anne With the Shaky Hand" [Twice a Fortnight, BBC1 b&w] (rec 17/12/67, a clip of the performance was later used in tinted form on "All My Loving")
26/12/1967 Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band [Do Not Adjust Your Set, Rediffusion b&w] (Bonzo's are resident band on new comedy series for children)
27/12/1967 The Doors - "Moonlight Drive" & "Light My Fire" [The Jonathan Winters Show, USA TV colour] (rec 04/12)
Pink Floyd - "Jugband Blues" [USA TV, colour] (mimed
in the UK late 1967 for a cultural exchange magazine programme, shown on
TV in North America - prob early 1968)
??/??/???? LSD [24 Hours, BBC1 b&w] (Documentary includes the often repeated clip of the girl with the orange "It's all to do with orange")
John Lennon - "How I Won the War" [Film, colour] (John plays Private Gripweed in an anti-war comedy, filmed late 1966)
Soft Machine - "Poem For Hoppy" [colour] (Privately made film shot at UFO on 02/06/67 with light show by Mark Boyle & Joan Hills)
Pink Floyd - "The Scarecrow" [Pathe Newsreel, colour] (effectively a promo film, shot in June 1967)
Eric Burdon - "Hey Gyp (Live at Woburn Abbey 27/08/1967)" [colour]
"The Trip" [USA Film, colour] (Peter Fonda stars, written by Jack Nicholson, soundtrack by The Electric Flag)
"Revolution 1968" [USA Film, colour] (This was a film of the San Francisco Hippie scene, not the May 68 riots, and probably filmed in 1967, incl Country Joe & the Fish & discussions about LSD. VH1-UK showed this on 12/Aug/1999)
"The Image" [UK Film, b&w] (Short horror movie starring David Bowie, filmed in 1967 but not officially released until 1969)
"Christmas On Earth Continued" [Colour] (Filmed at Earls Court London on 22/12/67, incl Traffic "Dear Mr.Fantasy" & "Giving to You"+ Jimi Hendrix Exp. "Sgt.Pepper", "Foxy Lady" and "Wild Thing")
The Doors - "Break on Through" (mimed, colour)
Cream - "I Feel Free" (Larking around in a park, b&w)
The Move - "Night of Fear" (Apparently given to French TV)
Jimi Hendrix Experience - "Hey Joe" (miming at an empty Saville Theatre, colour)
The Beatles - "Strawberry Fields Forever" (filmed at Knole Park near Sevenoakes, colour)
The Beatles - "Penny Lane" (filmed at Knole Park, plus a road in London (Beatles meeting up and John walking alone) and Penny Lane itself (inserts but no Beatles filmed there), colour)
The Beatles - "A Day in the Life" (colour, filmed in the studio on the night the orchestra added the climax)
Pink Floyd - "Arnold Layne" (The band joined by a business attired mannequin on a windswept beach at Wittering, b&w)
Spencer Davis Group - "I'm a Man" (cut up collage of swinging London scenes and group members posing, b&w)
The Who - "Pictures of Lily" (Unseen at the time, filmed in German countryside playing leapfrog, rolling down a hill etc.)
Rolling Stones - "We Love You" (a mock court scene with Keith as the judge, colour)
The Beatles - "Hello Goodbye" (3 versions, 2 mimed (1 in Sgt Pepper uniforms, 1 normal clothes) - the other made up of outtakes, colour)
Rolling Stones - "2000 Light Years From Home" (mimed, tinted colour)
Donovan - "Three Kingfishers", "Oh Gosh" & "Wear Your Love Like Heaven" (8 minute promo, first song b&w, next 2 in colour)
Moody Blues - "Nights in White Satin" (Shots of Paris and the band miming indoors, colour)
Last updated 23rd January 2015