Those EARLY period from bands like the Who, the Move or the Jimi Hendrix Experience... even the Small Faces or Pink Floyd, Byrds... you name it, were more often than not their spontaneous Best; here's proof positive with an early '67 Live for German TV "Beat Beat Beat" of Jimi's Purple Haze : (Dig Mitch Michell's hair still sporting a Mod pomp', Jimi's just bought "I Was Lord Kitchener's Valet" Hussard uniform vest, perfect look, sound just right and not overwhelming, perfect modest stance ... )
Alot of great clips in this little trailer - have not seen the vast majoirty of these - "Reelin' In The Years Productions (RITY), the world's largest music footage library, has announced an agreement to exclusively represent for licensing, all of the music footage from the classic television program The Red Skelton Hour which aired on CBS from 1962 - 1970. This footage is unique in that the music performances haven't been seen since the program went off the air over 40 years ago."
"The Red Skelton Hour is acknowledged as one of America's finest TV variety shows ever. Throughout the program's ten year history, many of the top musical artists of the day appeared, including The Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys, Simon & Garfunkel, The Animals, The Kinks, The Hollies, Johnny Rivers, The Fifth Dimension, Jan & Dean, Iron Butterfly, Three Dog Night, The Association, Dusty Springfield and Dionne Warwick"