And there's more...
11. The L-shaped room (1962)
"Babylon revisited". The club sequence featuring John Barry's unreleased jazz twist in 2 parts. Check the piano vamp in part 2 in particular...
12. The Champions - late 60's
Awesome nightclub scene from the TV series "The Champions" - and a great track, anyone know what it is?
13. Deux hommes dans Manhattan (1959)
Loads of choice bits in this film but my favourite is probably the recording studio scene.
Excellent choices, never seen that 'Champions' scene before - glad I have now.
Okay, more scenes from giallos that feature an element of the groovy:
Three from 'Col Cuore In Gola' (1967):
Swinging Club Scene With Bizarre Male Dancers
Attractive woman strips whilst cool French film star bangs drums like a monkey
It's my Happening, baby, and it freaks me out
And a great clip from 'Orgasmo' (1969)
Mutilated bassist plays in white soul group
Oh, and while I'm at it - what do you lot think of this then? Be honest.
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Non music clip included here because of an early appearance by a young Jakarta Jive.
And, in further tribute to Hugh, The Pretty Things, albeit at a low ebb.
This guy hates disco.
&, not my clip, but cool nonetheless. Bruce meeting the zeitgeist head on.
Cliff & The Shadows Psych Up (A Bit)
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I reckon that chap in the Blue Sunshine clip just came down expecting a jazz dance night .
Mind you there's been times when a perspex screen around the DJ booth would have come in handy to fend off the persistent requesters.
The Cliff clip has been axed by the youtube rozzers blimey.
Three more dusty relics from the Sir Slim tape archive for your viewing pleasure
14. Monitor - BBC TV (mid 1960's)
Excerpt from the great "Monitor" arts programme, this sequence shows a day in the life of a 60's fashion photographer - apparantly it's all tea drinking, playing jazz and soundtrack LPs and taking a few snaps on your instamatic...
If anyone can tell me who does the great version of "nice work if you can get it" in this clip wins a prize, as I've yet to stumble across it on my travels
15. Heinz Tomato Ketchup TV Ad (circa late 1980's)
One of my favourite TV adverts - modal jazz, John Prescott and some burgers.
16. B-Movie Beatniks (early 1960's)
"Let's dance, this record's divine!". Short but endearing sequence from a British B-movie that I've forgotten the name of...
Last time I looked for this on youtube - it wasn't there. Now it is - so one less for me to upload...
Not Only But Also - Puppet Sketch (edit: sketch starts about 1min40 secs in...)
Back after a few more technical problems...
17. Four in the Morning (1965)
Moody British B-Movie with atmospheric John Barry score. Lots of great River Thames location stuff like this bit:
18. Nancy Wilson (mid-60's)
Nancy Wilson does a couple of numbers in a club scene from the I-Spy TV series. Nice Billy Eckstine Shirts boys...
19. 30 is a Dangerous Age, Cynthia (1968)
Fabulous opening credits sequence, Dudley Moore, the Kings Road and a London bus filled with girls.
unreleased i reckon?
Banned (DJ Anchovy)
I have insomnia, I have just discovered this thread, and it is awesome. Thanks chaps.
EDIT: Though the amount of removed links is distressing me.
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"As technology has advanced, vinyl records are outdated as they are music from the 19th Century so only hipsters and elderly people buy vinyl records".
Mixes for your delectation: http://www.mixcloud.com/danmatic/
the young Sara Lezana gets her groove on to Orquesta Los Guacamayo in Fernando Fernan Gomez's excellent Strange Journey (Extraño Viaje)
'Trip' discotheque scene from Fernan-Gomez's dodgy crime caper Crimen Imperfecto
(More Sara Lezana, in flamenco style, from the dancing 'n' stabbin' gypsy classic Los Tarantos)
I hope not. That would make me the Jimmy Savile of the record racks.
Thought it was high time I should revive this visual chart - so here are 3 more favourites (one in this post, two to follow):
23. Alta Infedelta (1964)
The Italians liked their portmanteau movies - here's part of the opening segment of the story entitled "Peccato Nel Pomerggio" featuring some lovely Italian jazz and scat from Armando Trovajoli.
24. Quando Dico Che Ti Amo (1967)
Lola Falana made a few movies in Italy - in this one she sings this rather groovy title song from the film.
25. The Last Of The Secret Agents (1966)The best part of this rather dissapointing movie is the opening sequence and Nancy Sinatra singing the title song over the credits.
Good to see this thread come back to life. All of my clips were deleted by the YT Police about a year ago - too much nudity, apparently. I know, unbelievable. Will dig out some clips and get back into the saddle, starting with one I knocked up last night - great clip, crappy music - FIXED, so look out for it at tea time. I'll warn you in advance - it features NUDITY.
Here we go. NSFW or if you are offended by nude dancing.