1. Leavin' Here - The Rationals 2. You Got The Loving Touch - Buddy Lamp 3. Do The Boo-Ga-Loo - Tom & Jerrio 4. Peace Of Mind - The Magnificent Men 5. Maybe, Maybe Baby - The Magnificent Men 6. No Stranger To Love - Charlie & Inez Foxx 7. The Harlem Shuffle - Wayne Cochran 8. Goin Back To Miami - Wayne Cochran 9. Put Yourself In My Place - The Elgins 10. Heaven Must Of Sent You - The Elgins 11. I've Got News For You - The Magnificent Men 12. Respect - The Rationals
"Swinging Time"- The Supremes, The Marvellettes and Johnny Tillotson (1966) Swingin' Time was a music variety show, similar to American Bandstand, hosted byWKNR (Keener 13, Detroit) personality Robin Seymour and also, for a time, CKLW radio's Tom Shannon. This show was broadcast on CKLW-TV Channel 9 (now CBET-DT) out of Windsor, Ontario Canada, from 1965 to 1968, and also seen in a few other markets in syndication. The show featured recording acts, both nationally and locally popular, lip-synching to their latest releases while teenagers showcased the latest dances on the show's dance floor.
Groupe commune managed to be compiled on the Cult original Pebbles' 60's Punk
series (Vol.14) ... And I can see why, it sounds a 'bit like what the Pattie Smith
Group would be doing 5-7 years later down the line : just watch how Chaotic and Anarchic it gets towards the end of clip!
Before The Jaggerz hit it big signin' to Kama Sutra with "The Rapper" (a perennial Bubble-gum classic!) for their second LP in 1970, they were a more than competent Blue Eyed Soul band startin' as "the Jaggers" in '65 and had something of a "Northern Soul" sound on their first underrated and unbeknownst to most album on Gamble records : "Introducing the Jaggerz"; here's a song from that album recorded in 1968 on this rare TV clip performing LIVE their debut single : "(That's Why) Baby I
Love You" written and sung by Billy Maybray, on the Terry McGovern
Show shot in Pittsburgh, PA.