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Thanks for the info AndyClifton. I've got a set of 2 VHS tapes here that present some of the highlights of Ed's shows however I think that it would take at least a dozen or more tapes for that great program. He had on so many different types of acts, I loved all of the Comedians for example. Also I enjoyed the " plate spinners " as well, it is not easy to keep those darn things spinning lol.
He had this woman balancing a plate of wineglasses on her head in one...you'd have to see it.
Oh I believe it. He had every type of act that one could imagine on his show. Since he was based in New York he could also bring on people from Broadway shows that were still in their theater runs as well.
Jim Morrison went ahead and sang it the way it was written inspite of Ed.
And Jim got the boot (guess maybe he should've spent "some time" together with Ed)...
Another recipient of the Jackie Mason Trophy.
And Jim was told "You'll never do the Ed Sullivan show again." Jim said with glee "We just did the Ed Sullivan show." I have to say the Doors showed guts and the Stones wimped out.
AC/DC "High Voltage" for Electricpawn
Here's another one, Hess!
Thanks for all of the posts.
Tengu23, I'm also a fan of the Beatles and I'm certainly not as young as I used to be lol.
Speaking of The Beatles reminded me of an item that I may have mentioned before. The Beatles also covered songs from other writers as well as doing their own ( terrific ) material. " Twist And Shout " for example was done earlier by the Isley Brothers but I guess that most of us think of it as a Beatles song.
On a different point I heard another nice lively song earlier today, also one of my old favourites: " The Bristol Stomp " by The Dovells ( luv those lively tunes lol ).
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