Domenic Priore – ’66 Sunset Strip (12.23.17)

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Take a trip to ’66 Sunset Strip with show host Domenic Priore as Dublab steps into the wayback machine and revisits 1960s Hollywood nightclubs like The Trip, Hullabaloo, Whisky a Go Go and Pandora’s Box.

 

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Art Tatum (Live at The Crescendo, later The Trip) — “Fine & Dandy”
Billy Preston (Live at The Trip, previously The Crescendo) — “Introduction”/“Sunny”
Captain Beefheart & his Magic Band (Live) — “Somebody In My Home (Harp Instrumental)”
Lenny Bruce (Live at The Music Box Theater, Hollywood Blvd ’65) — Marijuana Legalization
The Byrds (Live in Stockholm, Sweden) — “So You Want To Be A Rock ’n’ Roll Star”
The Beach Boys (Live in Japan, 1966, Dennis Wilson, vocal) — “You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away”
The Everpresent Fullness — “Fine & Dandy”
Jackie DeShannon w/ Jack Nitzsche, Nick DeCaro — “Me About You”
The Turtles — “Person Without A Care”
P.F. Sloan — “Halloween Mary”
Warren Zevon — “Outside Chance”
Bobby Jameson — “Who’s Putting Who On”
The Leaves — “Girl From The East”
The Dovers — “About Me”
The Era of Sound — “Girl in the Mini Skirt”
The Cloudwalkers — “Sunglasses”
Trig Richards — “Hollywood Cat”
Billy Page — “It’s Pop”
The Syndicate — “The Egyptian Thing”
The Fencemen — “Sunday Stranger”
Ron Haydock — “Big Boss A-Go-Go Party”
Baby Ray & the Ferns — “World’s Greatest Sinner”
The Mothers of Invention — “Anyway The Wind Blows”
EDIT OUT AUDIO ERROR BETWEEN THESE SONGS:
The Sons of Adam — “Feathered Fish”
The Fraternity of Man — “Oh, No, I Don’t Believe It”
Davy Jones & the Dolphins — “Hell Cats”
Max Frost & the Troopers — “Shape Of Things To Come”
Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band — “Express Yourself”
The Starfires — “Cry For Freedom”
The Three Sounds (Live at The Lighthouse, Hermosa Beach) — “Still I’m Sad”
The Stone Poneys — “2:10 Train”
Art Tatum (Live at The Crescendo) — “Limehouse Blues”
Bud Shank (Live at The Haig, across from Coconut Grove, Wilshire Boulevard) — “I Heard You Cried Last Night.
Captain Beefheart & his Magic Band — “Yellow Brick Road” (from Disneyland Records demo session)