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The Turtles - Video Anthology (Disc 1) DVD

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A collection of nearly every TV appearance The Turtles made between 1965 and 1970.

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1.
Shivaree(The Turtles Section)
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TV
Shivaree
(date unknown)
The Turtles
Shivaree was a Los Angeles-based music variety show that ran in syndication from 1965 to 1966. It was hosted by (KFWB personality) Gene Weed. In its brief run, the show featured numerous well-known acts, including the Supremes, the Rolling Stones, Marvin Gaye, James Brown, Stevie Wonder, The Ronettes, the Byrds, the Bobby Fuller Four, Allan Sherman, and Gary Lewis at its KABC-TV studio. Although it was a syndicated series, Shivaree was produced and owned by the ABC network.

In addition to the host, the show also featured dancers (go-go girls) some of whom were Teri Garr, Cathy Austin, Joane Sannes, and Kay Parks; who performed on elevated platforms behind the bandstand. Audience members surrounded the bandstand and also stood on a balcony behind the dancers.
 
Almost There(Kaylan)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
Shivaree
31 Jul 1965
Season 1 Episode 27
The Turtles
Lip synced performance

Black & white
 
It Ain't Me, Babe(Dylan)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
Shivaree
31 Jul 1965
Season 1 Episode 27
The Turtles
Lip synced performance

The Turtles opened and closed this episode of Shivaree. This song is not complete as the show ended and faded to black.

Black & white
2.
Where The Action Is(The Turtles Section)
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Where The Action Is
(date unknown)
The Turtles
Where the Action Is or (WTAI) was a music-based television variety show in the United States from 1965–67. It was carried by the ABC network and aired each weekday afternoon. Created by Dick Clark as a spin-off of American Bandstand, Where the Action Is premiered on June 27, 1965.

The show's theme song, "Action", became a hit single for Freddy "Boom Boom" Cannon. Most of the telecasts, all of which were produced in black-and-white, were taped at various locales in Southern California although a handful of segments were taped elsewhere in the country. The theme song was written by Steve Venet and Tommy Boyce. Later Boyce co-write songs for The Monkees.

The program had its own stable of performers, most notably Paul Revere & the Raiders, who served as the de facto house band. When the group departed the show in 1966, they were replaced by The Robbs. Other regular performers on Action included the dance troupe Pete Manifee and the Action Kids.

Also appearing were Steve Alaimo, Keith Allison, and Linda Scott. Ms. Scott had a few hit singles as a teenager in the early 1960s; she was only 20 when "Action" premiered.

The weekday program was cancelled on March 31, 1967, with the network giving its local affiliates the time slot. However, members of the program's mainstay band Paul Revere and the Raiders (with lead vocalist Mark Lindsay) hosted very similar follow-up shows; both Revere and Lindsay hosted Happening '68, a Saturday afternoon follow-up to American Bandstand, and a weekday version of the same show, It's Happening, from 1968 to 1969. Both shows were produced by Dick Clark's production company for ABC.
 
Almost There(Kaylan)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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Where The Action Is
20 Aug 1965
Season 1 Episode 40
The Turtles
Lip synced performance

This was filmed outdoors in the middle of a race track with a race taking place. Car sound effects are overdubbed over the music when the racing cars are shown.

Black & white
 
It Ain't Me, Babe(Dylan)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
Where The Action Is
20 Aug 1965
Season 1 Episode 40
The Turtles
Lip synced performance

This was filmed outdoors in the middle of a race track with a race taking place. Car sound effects are overdubbed over the music when the racing cars are shown.

Black & white
3.
Shindig!(The Turtles Section)
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Shindig!
(date unknown)
The Turtles
Shindig! was an American musical variety series which aired on ABC from September 16, 1964-January 8, 1966. The show was hosted by Jimmy O'Neill, a disc jockey in Los Angeles at the time who also created the show along with his wife Sharon Sheeley and production executive Art Stolnitz.

Shindig! was conceived as a short-notice replacement for Hootenanny, a series that had specialized in folk revival music. The folk revival had fizzled in 1964 as the result of the British Invasion, which damaged the ratings for Hootenanny and prompted that show's cancellation. Shindig! focused on a broader variety of popular music than its predecessor.
Many popular performers of the day played on Shindig! including Lesley Gore, Bo Diddley,[4] and Sonny and Cher, The Beach Boys, James Brown, The Supremes and The Ronettes. Later shows were taped in Britain with The Beatles as the guests. The series featured other "British invasion" bands and performers including The Who, The Rolling Stones and Cilla Black. Shindig continued to broadcast episodes from London throughout its run.

Shindig!'s success prompted NBC to air the similar series Hullabaloo starting in January 1965 and other producers to launch syndicated rock music shows like Shivaree and Hollywood A Go-Go.
In January 1966, Shindig! was cancelled and replaced in its time slots by Batman.
 
Needles And Pins(Nitzsche/Bono)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
Shindig!
30 Sep 1965
Season 2 Episode 5
The Turtles
Lip synced performance

This song, co-written by Sonny Bono, was not released by The Turtles on album or as a single. This studio version was recorded for this TV appearance. It may have been a song they played during their live shows.

Black & white

Needles And Pins was first released as a single by Jackie DeShannon in 1963 and then by The Searchers in 1964. Later, the song was released as an album track by The Romones in 1978 and on a live album by Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers in 1985, with Stevie Nicks joining in on vocals.
 
It Ain't Me, Babe(Dylan)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
Shindig!
30 Sep 1965
Season 2 Episode 5
The Turtles
Lip synced performance over newly re-recorded version

This version was recorded just for this TV appearance, It sounds nearly identical to the album/single version except that this version comes to a complete end. The released version faded out.

Black & white
4.
Let Me Be(Sloan)
Song
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TV
Shivaree
23 Oct 1965
Season 2 Episode 7
The Turtles
Lip synced performance

Black & white
5.
Your Maw Said You Cried(Schlaks/Glazer)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
Shivaree
23 Oct 1965
Season 2 Episode 7
The Turtles
Lip synced performance

Black & white
6.
Hollywood A Go-Go(The Turtles Section)
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TV
Hollywood A Go-Go
(date unknown)
The Turtles
Hollywood A Go-Go was a Los Angeles-based music variety show that ran in syndication in the mid-1960s. It was hosted by Sam Riddle, with music by The Sinners and dancing by The Gazzarri Dancers.

The program originated as a local series, Ninth Street West, on KHJ-TV (Channel 9) in 1964. As Hollywood A Go-Go, it was syndicated in late 1964 and ceased production in 1965, with some television stations airing the show as late as the summer of 1966. In its brief run (52 episodes), the show featured well-known acts like Tina Turner, Frankie Lymon, Smokey Robinson & the Miracles, The Challengers, James Brown, Lesley Gore, Fontella Bass, Wilson Pickett, Booker T & The MGs, Bo Diddley, Freddy Cannon, Sonny & Cher, The Bobby Fuller Four, The Fugitives, and Aretha Franklin.
 
It Ain't Me, Babe(Dylan)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
Hollwood A Go-Go
23 Oct 1965
Season 2 Episode 8
The Turtles
Live lead vocal over pre-recorded instrumental and backing vocal track

For some reason, The Turtles logo on the drum kit it turned upside down.

Black & white
 
Let Me Be(Sloan)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
Hollywood A Go-Go
23 Oct 1965
Season 2 Episode 8
The Turtles
Live lead vocal over pre-recorded instrumental and backing vocal track

For some reason, The Turtles logo on the drum kit it turned upside down.

Black & white
7.
Your Maw Said You Cried(Schlaks/Glazer)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
Shindig!
13 Nov 1965
Season 2 Episode 18
The Turtles
Live lead vocal over pre-recorded instrumental and backing vocal track

Black & white
8.
Let Me Be(Sloan)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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Version details available
TV
Shindig!
13 Nov 1965
Season 2 Episode 18
The Turtles
Live lead vocal over pre-recorded instrumental and backing vocal track

Black & white
9.
Glitter And Gold(Mann/Weil)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
Shivaree
22 Jan 1966
Season 2 Episode 20
The Turtles
Lip synced performance

Black & white
10.
You Baby(Sloan/Barri)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
Shivaree
22 Jan 1966
Season 2 Episode 20
The Turtles
Lip synced performance

Black & white
11.
It Ain't Me, Babe(Dylan)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
Where The Action Is
11 Feb 1966
Season 2 Episode 109
The Turtles
Lip synced performance

Filmed outdoors during the winter as everyone is wearing coats

Black & white
12.
You Baby(Sloan/Barri)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
Where The Action Is
11 Feb 1966
Season 2 Episode 109
The Turtles
Lip synced performance

Filmed outdoors during the winter as everyone is wearing coats

Black & white
13.
Hullabaloo(The Turtles Section)
Medley title
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TV
Hullabaloo
(date unknown)
The Turtles
Hullabaloo is an American musical variety series that ran on NBC from January 12, 1965 through April 11, 1966. Similar to Shindig!, it ran in prime time in contrast to ABC's American Bandstand. Hullabaloo served as a big-budget, quality showcase for the leading pop acts of the day, and was also competition for another like-minded television showcase, ABC's Shindig!. A different host presided each week[1]—among these were Sammy Davis, Jr., Petula Clark, Paul Anka, Liza Minnelli, Jack Jones, and Frankie Avalon—singing a couple of his or her own hits and introducing the different acts.

Some of the programs in the series were videotaped at NBC Studios in Burbank, California. Most were taped in New York City either at NBC's Studio 8H, or in NBC's color studio in the Midwood section of Brooklyn. Many early episodes included black and white segments taped in the UK and hosted by Brian Epstein.
 
You Baby(Sloan/Barri)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
Hullabaloo
7 Mar 1966
Season 2 Episode 25
The Turtles
Live vocals over a pre-recorded instrumental track

The host for this episode was Pat Boone

Black & white
14.
She'll Come Back(Garfield/Kaylan)
Film Music/Orchestral
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Film
Out Of Sight
12 May 1966
The Turtles
Out of Sight is a 1966 beach party film with elements of the spy spoof. It features a variety of Universal contract players, musical performances by Gary Lewis and the Playboys, Dobie Gray, Freddie and the Dreamers, The Astronauts, The Turtles and The Knickerbockers provided by music producer Nick Venet, and gadget-laden motor vehicles designed by George Barris. The film was co-written by Larry Hovis a comedian who was then co-starring in Hogan's Heroes. This movie is the only onscreen appearance of The Turtles in a feature film.

"She'll Come Back" first appeared on the original soundtrack album to Out Of Sight in 1966 and then on The Turtles final album in 1969, Wooden Head, which featured a compilation of B-sides and rarities mostly recorded in their early years and in some cases left unfinished.

Lip synced performance
In Color
15.
You Baby(Sloan/Barri)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
Where The Action Is
8 Jul 1966
Season 2 Episode 214
The Turtles
Lip synced performance

This video features The Turtles performing outside on the sidewalk of a busy downtown street.

Black & white
16.
The Lloyd Thaxton Show(The Turtles Section)
Medley title
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TV
The Lloyd Thaxton Show
(date unknown)
The Turtles
Lloyd Thaxton was a local "freelance" announcer in Los Angeles in the late 1950s when, through a deal with a television station manager, got his own weekday television show on KCOP, Lloyd Thaxton's Record Shop.
Record Shop would eventually lead to The Lloyd Thaxton Show, a live music entertainment show from Los Angeles in the vein of Dick Clark's American Bandstand. Thaxton's show was a wacky hour of dancing high school teenagers, skits, and comedy by Thaxton, and musical features by the top pop, rock, folk and country artists of the day.

Originally called Lloyd Thaxton's Hop, The Lloyd Thaxton Show, which launched on KCOP-TV in late 1961, would go into national syndication in 1964 and become the highest rated musical entertainment program in the U.S. for the next 3 years. In 1967, after more than 2000 episodes, Thaxton retired the show.
This complete segment has two blurred out places on the screen where the time index code (slate track) was.
It is immediately shown again in perhaps a better video quality with the slate track instead of the blurred out spot.
 
Outside Chance(Crocker/Zevon)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
The Lloyd Thaxton Show
1 Jul 1966
Season 6 Episode 12
The Turtles
Lip synced performance

In color
 
Flyin' High(Nichol)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
The Lloyd Thaxton Show
1 Jul 1966
Season 6 Episode 12
The Turtles
Lip synced performance

In color
 
Interview(The Turtles Section)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
The Lloyd Thaxton Show
1 Jul 1966
Season 6 Episode 12
The Turtles
In color
 
We'll Meet Again(Charles/Parker)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
The Lloyd Thaxton Show
1 Jul 1966
Season 6 Episode 12
The Turtles
Lip synced performance

In color
17.
Outside Chance(Crocker/Zevon)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
The Lloyd Thaxton Show
1 Jul 1966
Season 6 Episode 12
The Turtles
Lip synced performance

In color
With slate track
18.
Interview(The Turtles Section)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
Version validated
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TV
The Lloyd Thaxton Show
1 Jul 1966
Season 6 Episode 12
The Turtles
In color
With slate track
19.
We'll Meet Again(Charles/Parker)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
Version validated
Version details available
TV
The Lloyd Thaxton Show
1 Jul 1966
Season 6 Episode 12
The Turtles
Lip synced performance

In color
With slate track
20.
Grim Reaper Of Love(Nichol/Portz)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
Where The Action Is
13 Sep 1966
Season 3 Episode 7
The Turtles
Lip synced performance

Filmed outside with the band sitting on the ground. Mark Volman plays the dead person, laying face down with his jacket pulled over his head, occasionally peeking out.

Black & white
21.
Can I Get To Know You Better(Sloan/Barri)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
Where The Action Is
9 Dec 1966
Season 3 Episode 69
The Turtles
Lip synced performance

Filmed outside on a beach next to the ocean.

Black & white
22.
The Hollywood Place(The Turtles Section)
Medley title
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TV
The Hollywood Place
(date unknown)
The Turtles
The Hollywood Palace was an hour-long variety show that ran on the ABC-TV network from January 4, 1964 to February 7, 1970. Instead of a permanent host, guest hosts were used. Bing Crosby, a frequent guest host, hosted the first and last Hollywood Palace shows.
The Hollywood Palace was a mid-season replacement for "The Jerry Lewis Show." ABC originally had high hopes for Lewis' live, two-hour variety series, but after three months, it was apparent that the show was a failure. ABC decided to replace it with a variety show. They hurriedly came up with the concept of The Hollywood Palace.

The Hollywood Palace premiered on January 4, 1964. (ABC aired a special on 12/28/63.) The Hollywood Palace took over the first hour of Lewis' old time slot.
The Hollywood Palace resembled a Vaudeville show. Raquel Welch, who was just a few years away from international stardom, was a regular on the 1964 shows. Welch appeared as the "billboard girl," who changed the large cards that introduced the guests. The first 2 seasons of The Hollywood Palace were in black and white. The Hollywood Palace switched to color at the start of its third season.
 
Can I Get To Know You Better(Sloan/Barri)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
The Hollywood Palace
10 Dec 1966
Season 4 Episode 12
The Turtles
Lip synced performance

The host for this episode was Jimmy Durante.

In color
23.
Can I Get To Know You Better(Sloan/Barri)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
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TV
Where The Action Is
21 Dec 1966
Season 3 Episode 77
The Turtles
Lip synced performance

Filmed outside on a beach next to the ocean. Although they had performed this song a couple of weeks earlier for Where The Action Is in nearly the same location, this is a different performance.

Black & white
24.
You Baby(Sloan/Barri)
TV/Radio chat/jingle
Version validated
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TV
Where The Action Is
21 Dec 1966
Season 3 Episode 77
The Turtles
Lip synced performance

Filmed outside on a beach at a lifeguard tower.

Black & white
Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   


Song Song Studio chat Studio chat
TV/Radio chat/jingle TV/Radio chat/jingle Interview Interview
Cover by another artist Cover by another artist Film Music/Orchestral Film music/orchestral
Concert intro/announcement Concert intro/announcement Advertising Advertising
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Reviews

Review by: Rob G.On 14 Apr 2015 at 00:39 CEST
Awesome collection. Definitely a must have for Turtle fans.


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Date of creation: 11 Apr 2015 09:22:22
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Last Revision Date : 14 Apr 2015 16:11:13
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