Obscure 60s bands with surviving video footage

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by godstar, Apr 3, 2016.

  1. I don't know how obscure one would consider a one hit wonder but....

    The Knickerbockers
    "Lies"
     
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    Tammy Jones - Summertime
     
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    Debbie Lori Kaye - "Got A Lot of Rhythm In My Soul"

    Pint-sized country singer from Sault Ste Marie Ontario, on The Wilburn Brothers Show in 1966. This number has a little rockabilly, honky tonk flavor:

     
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    The Elves - Walking in Different Circles
     
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    Micki Lynn - Where Was I
     
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    Josephine Sunday - You Wont Even Know Her Name
     
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  7. really great but what's up with the dancers in the back - what are they supposed to be????
     
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    The Outer Limits
     
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    Billy Adams - Change Your Mind
     
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    With a great british sounding single, I always wondered why they didn't adopt the Beatle hairstyle like most of the other rock groups of that era ? They look more like the Four Seasons.
     
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    David Geoffrey Matthews - Uncle Henry's Magic Garden
     
  13. In fact the rumor (that my brother shared with me as a kid) was that it WAS The Beatles recording under a nom de plume. The good news back then is that rumors floated around and there was nobody to dispel them on theinternet so I'm sure it probably helped sales.
     
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    It just took them awhile to get hip. They did eventually "Let their hair down"...:
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    Metro - Future 2000
     
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    Knickerbockers w/ Nancy Sinatra - Tears Go By

    almost forgot this one
     
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    If he wasn't sporting a sax it might work anyway but man...

    Makes me wonder if there was ever a horn player fronted group in the british invasion.
     
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    The Illusions

    Washington?
     
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    The Collectors - Grass and Wild Strawberries +
     
  24. planckera

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    Minneapolis band, The Litter, is seen in the movie Medium Cool, although their music was replaced with Frank Zappa and the Mothers! (Band appears at about the :50 mark.)

     
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    The Lyrics - So Glad / My Son
     

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