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Thursday, June 4, 2009

Blog back to 1960's Music


I remember Watching The Ed Sullivan Show in the 60's. He had all the up and coming Bands and Musicians on his show. Lets See if I can list a few from Memory(in no order); Beatles, Elvis, Rolling Stones, The Dreamweavers, The Doors, Janis Joplin,the Bee Gees,The Turtles, Mama and Papas, The Supremes, the Fifth Dimension, and the list goes on. Here is a link to seasons Nine-Twentythree performance list. His show ran from June 30 1948- March 28 1971. Okay a little about me here, I graduated from High School in 1971. The Ed Sullivan Show was the Longest running Variety show in Television History. Ed Sullivan was not afraid of having controversial issues and People on his program. The Censoring was very high back then so some Musician were ask to change lyric and not move their body in a sensual way. Elvis Show received a lot of flack,so they say...I was too young to remember that! However Bob Dylan walked off because he was asked to change his lyrics to "Talkin". One of my favorites is below. The Monkeys preformed in 1966.

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I have to say I really miss the Variety show from years pass. The new Censorship really sucks. I do not think we have improved on this subject at all. Most of the time I do not like watching them or listening to the Songs.

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4 comments:

  1. Ahh, you got to be part of the GOOD era of music and TV. Which is why I'm surprised you didn't like Soul Bendorff -- don't you see the Hendrix/Morrison comparisons in there?

    I like that you thought he's a tragic figure. He's meant to be. And yes, I'd love to do more with him. As soon as I get the time... *sigh*

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  2. I remember Ed every Sunday night. The show was pretty good, except when they had those dumb plate spinners. I hated them.

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  3. Great post!

    I don't recall watching the Ed Sullivan Show, there must have been some cop/detective show opposite it that we watched. (My Dad was big on those kind of shows for some reason and we only had 1 tv during that time.)

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  4. As a kid, I was a big fan of the Monkees. I never missed their show on every Saturday morning.

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