The T.A.M.I Show, 1964


T.A.M.I. Show is a 1964 concert film, released by American International
Pictures. It includes performances by numerous popular rock and roll and R&B
musicians from the United States and England. It was shot by director Steve
Binder and his crew from The Steve Allen Show using a precursor to High
Definition television, invented by the self-taught “electronics whiz,” Bill
Sargent. Electronovision” TV cameras, the second of a handful of productions
that used the system. By capturing more than 800 lines of resolution at 25
frame/s, it could be converted to film via kinescope recording with sufficient
enhanced resolution to allow big-screen enlargement. It is considered one of the
seminal events in the pioneering of music films, and more importantly, the later
concept of music videos. Jan and Dean (Over credits) 0:00 – (Here They Come)
from All Over the World Chuck Berry 4:51 – Johnny B. Goode – Maybellene Gerry
& The Pacemakers 7:30 – Maybellene – Don’t Let the Sun Catch You Crying –
It’s Gonna Be Alright Chuck Berry 13:30 – Sweet Little Sixteen Gerry & The
Pacemakers 14:38 – How Do You Do It? Chuck Berry 15:45 – Nadine Gerry & The
Pacemakers 16:56 – I Like It (Smokey Robinson and) The Miracles 18:36 – That’s
What Love Is Made Of – You’ve Really Got a Hold on Me – Mickey’s Monkey Marvin
Gaye 29:29 – Stubborn Kind of Fellow – Pride and Joy – Can I Get a Witness –
Hitch Hike Lesley Gore 36:26 – Maybe I Know – You Don’t Own Me – You Didn’t Look
Around – Hey Now – It’s My Party – Judy’s Turn to Cry Jan and Dean 47:00 – The
Little Old Lady from Pasadena – Sidewalk Surfin The Beach Boys 51:55 – Surfin’
USA – I Get Around – Surfer Girl – Dance, Dance, Dance Billy J. Kramer and The
Dakotas 1:00:57 – Little Children – Bad to Me – I’ll Keep You Satisfied – From a
Window The Supremes 1:07:17 – When the Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes
– Run, Run, Run – Baby Love – Where Did Our Love Go The Barbarians 1:14:37 – Hey
Little Bird James Brown and The Famous Flames 1:17:10 – Out of Sight – Prisoner
of Love – Please, Please, Please – Night Train The Rolling Stones 1:35:31 –
Around and Around – Off the Hook – Time Is on My Side – It’s All Over Now – I’m
Alright – Let’s Get Together The first time I saw this I just couldn’t believe
so many greats were together for one concert. I find this movie a good starting
point for anyone who wants to understand the power of rock n roll……Scott

The T.A.M.I. Show 1964

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