My Girl - Various - The Sounds Of Motown - Ready Steady Go! Special Edition (Betamax)

She also joined in fun and games, including miming with the Rolling Stones to other people's records, notably "I Got You Babe". During the 4 October episode — The Beatles' first appearance — Paul McCartney judged four teenage girls miming to Brenda Lee 's " Let's Jump the Broomstick " the group had opened for Lee before becoming famous , choosing year-old Melanie Coe as winner.

Three years later, after Coe's disappearance made the front page of the Daily Mirror , McCartney used the article as the basis for " She's Leaving Home ". After this, his club tour sold out and he was added to a nationwide tour by the Walker Brothers. In the Name of Love " dance routine for the first time on the show The Who proved particularly popular, making the most appearances of any artist - a total of 18 between January and December The band had an episode to themselves entitled Ready Steady Who , broadcast in October The band also released an EP of the same name; despite the title all of the tracks were studio recordings which had been made previously.

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They are also listed as appearing on a live episode on 21 May , but there is no listing of what they performed on that occasion. Join Date Aug Posts 2, Originally Posted by motony. They sang live on the special as opposed to the lipsyncing on the clips. They were edited into the special when it was released on home video.

Hi Reese, A belated thank you for this clarification, you are absolutely correct. When I originally indexed the tracks about 30 years ago, I didn't make any distinction between the differing performances and I don't think I have ever watched them since.

Nice to see them again after all this time! As I had recorded the programmes, I never bought any of the commercial tapes, so I didn't know which clips were duplicated. Interestingly I read a few days ago that only around 10 episodes have survived, and three of those are incomplete.

This information came from the producer of the show who bought tapes of some of the shows at the time and that is the only reason that any have survived. Also it means that my previous guess at how many episodes may have survived is inaccurate. Now that I have watched all the ones I have, some clips which I had dated did not come from appearances on the show, but were filmed clips inserted into the middle of the programme - often containing an ubiquitous Dave Clark Five performance.

All of these years later, Marvin Gaye's untimely passing still saddens us. It still doesn't seem fair. Thankfully, he left behind a trove of timeless classics as a reminder of how much his music touched us. Today, we celebrate the life and music of Marvin Gaye, who would have celebrated his 71st birthday.

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  1. Tracks 13 & 14 - Special tribute: Ready Steady Go! remembers Marvin Gaye. This program is an episode of the "Ready Steady Go" music revue series originally broadcast on British television in , and has no connection with and was not licensed from Motown Records.
  2. May 09,  · This live performance was recorded at the Ready Steady Go studios in London on the 18th March All the artistes on this show had already achieved top chart success in the United States and this visit to London heralded the arrival of the Motown sound in Britain. The Supremes' 'Baby Love' subsequently held the No. 1 spot.5/5(3).
  3. Apr 28,  · Directed by Rollo Gamble. With Dusty Springfield, Rosalind Ashford, Florence Ballard, Georgina Burgess/10(10).
  4. Hosted by Dusty Springfield and featuring performances from the likes of The Supremes, The Temptations, The Miracles & Martha & The Vandellas. REAL music his.
  5. Ready Steady Go - The Sound of Motown is the finest of all vintage Motown videos, all played and sung live and quite brilliantly, featuring The Miracles, Martha and the Vandellas, and agalensinvitop.vemahevirtuzelkefetefarbipers.co /
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Ready Steady Go! The Sixties Sound Of Motown on Discogs. Label: PolyGram TV - • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Soul.
  7. Artist: Various Artists Title: Ready Steady Go! The Sixties Sound of Motown Year Of Release: Label: Polygram [ ] Genre: Soul, Funk, Rhythm & Blues Quality: kbps / FLAC (tracks +.cue,log,scans) Total Time: Total Size: mb / mb WebSite: Album Preview.

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