High school is tough enough without the added distractions of drug abuse, teen pregnancy and anorexia. Fortunately for the colorful underachievers at Jackson High, there's a teacher who's got their back: Mr. Bradford (Mark Taylor Jackson), the wise-cracking mentor of Yo Teach...! Each week, Mr. Bradford tosses his lesson plan to the wind and tackles a new moral dilemma while keeping one step ahead of Principal Andrews and the politically correct PTA.
Season 2, Episode 33 Final Thursday show: The Who; The Kinks; Ian Whitcomb Air Date January 6, 1966 Production Code 2-SHIN-66
Guests: --Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas - "My Babe" (opening song, Shindig logo) Commercial break: "Donna Reed Show" promo Jimmy O'Neill intro --The Who - "I Can't Explain" (clip originally aired Oct. 2, 1965) --Dave Berry - "Little Things" Commercial: Nice 'n Easy hair coloring --Ian Whitcomb - "Robinson Crusoe" --Sandie Shaw - "Long Live Love" --The Kinks - "I Gotta Move" Commercial: Noxzema --The Barron Knights - "Pop Go the Workers" (Novelty song spoofing pop groups and their songs: the Rolling Stones' "Last Time," Freddie and the Dreamers' "I'm Telling You Now" and the Supremes' "Baby Love.")
--Twinkle - "Boy of My Dreams" --The Who - "My Generation" Jimmy O'Neill closing comments --Ian Whitcomb - "Hound Dog" (finale, closing credits)
UPDATE: Alice responds in the comments and blames it on "certain
users on Flickr that feel that they must act like cops for Flickr. I
was once flagged NIPSA'd but the staff classified me "safe" again once
I flagged all my scans as "art-illus.". This was about 2 weeks ago but
not that many find my scans through search as they once did because
they are flagged as such. I have noticed that through stats."
"As to why I have them set as "friends" only, I'm just letting the
cloudy weather clear up and I also have to make sure I have tagged
everything properly. I did upload those scans to share since these
things tend to disappear for some time when they exchange hands.
They'll be made public again, soon."
I just recently, in the last few weeks, started following the Flickr Photo stream of a user named "AliceJapan" and linking to alot of the images from my tumblr blogs Love Me! and You Fill Me With Inertia (there's still a bunch up there).
"Alice" had uploaded staggering amounts of cool ephemera including thousands of great images from vintage movie press materials, etc.
I was just now looking at my RSS feeds and noticed that all of "her" photos were "unavailable" to me. She made almost all of the photos "private".
I've seen this happen a bunch of times before. Why do people decide to stop sharing their images as soon as people notice them? I can understand if they are personal photos of your family or friends or yourself, but this is just ephemera...
Anyway, I'm gonna miss you "AliceJapan". Please consider letting the world back into your awesome collection.
More Music video soon. Till then I'm always blogging at You Fill Me With Inertia, the more image oriented (retro advertising, ephemera, photography, cute chicks with their clothes on) "sister site" to Bedazzled! And also, as well, too, at Bedazzled! Blue (NSFW!) our naughty erotica site (vintage nudes, Playmates, cute chicks with their clothes off). I Twitter infrequently at http://twitter.com/spikepriggen. I like the FaceBook.
Let your freak flag fly with "Crosby, Stills & Nash Demos" out on Rhino Records June 2nd. This album is behind-the-scenes look at the group's early days with a collection of 12 previously unreleased demos recorded between 1968 and 1971. Links to a 3-song "Listening Party" below.