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« on: October 25, 2008, 03:52:45 AM »

After seeing this clip http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wndzbZP31dQ, which was new to me, I asked myself if there is a list out there with all the BBs concerts that were professionally filmed. There must be quite a lot. If there isn't such a list, maybe we can use this thread to collect them. It would also be interesting to see if a DVD-release (or a release via beachboyscentral.com) would be possible.

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2012 - 7 - 31
This is the list that I will update everytime we'll get something new.
I'll also include appearances on TV shows if they have a certain concert-character to them.




The Beach Boys - Pro Shot Concerts








60s:

1964 - 3 - 12 San Diego, CA Steve Allen Show

1964 - 3 - 14 NBC Television Studios, Burbank, CA "Lost concert"

1964 - 10 - 29 Santa Monica, CA T.A.M.I. show

1964 - 11 - 6 London, UK Ready, Steady, Go!

1964 - 12 - 14 or 21 Los Angeles, CA Shindig! broadcast: Dec. 23rd

1965 - 2 - 13 New York, NY 2 shows

1965 - 3 - 29 Los Angeles, CA Shindig broadcast: Apr. 21st

1965 - 10 - 22 Burbank, CA Andy Williams Show

1966 - 11 - 14 London, UK no sound

1967 - 12 - 15 Paris, France UNICEF Gala

1969 - 5 - 30 Brighton, UK more than just this song?

1969 - 6 - 3 Brussels, Belgium

1969 - 6 - 16 Olympia, France

1969 - 6 - 17 Prague, Czechoslovakia Is this all that was shot and was it also recorded audio wise?

1969 - 6 - 18 Bratislava, Slovakia


70s:

1970 - 12 - 8 Paris, France

1971 - 5 - 1 Washington, DC Link features silent footage

1971 - 7 - 2/3 Central Park, NY 2 shows

1972 - 6 - 3 London, England Crystal Palace Garden Party

1974 - 11 - 26 Los Angeles, CA Rockin' New Years Eve

1975 - 6 - ? Landover, MD between 24th and 28th

1975 - 12 - 15 or 16 Seattle, WA

1976 - 7 - 3 Anaheim, CA It's ok-special

1977 - 1 - 20 Largo, MD
 
1977 - 1 - 21 Largo, MD

1977 - 9 - 1 Central Park, NY at least snippets of 6 songs were filmed by various TV stations

1977 - 12 - 13 Seattle, WA

1978 - 2 - 28 Christchurch, New Zealand

1978 - 3 - 8/9 Melbourne, Australia 2 shows

1978 - 4 - 14 Houston, TX

1978 - 5 - 28 Oakland, CA Day on the Green More filmed than these short snippets?

1979 - 3 - 25 L. A., CA Easter Seals Telethon

1979 - 4 - 27 NBC Studios, Burbank, CA Midnight special


80s:

1980 - 1 - 30 Hollywood, CA KTTV Goin' Platinum Special

1980 - 4 - 3 New York, NY ? NBC's Fridays broadcast: June 20th

1980 - 4 - 19 Chapel Hill, NC

1980 - 6 - 21 Knebworth, England

1980 - 7 - 4 Washington, DC

1980 - 12 - 10 (?) Hawaii Mike Douglas Show

1981 - 7 - 4 Washington, DC

1981 - 7 - 5 Long Beach, CA

1982 - 9 - 18 San Francisco, CA

1983 - 5 - 8 San Diego, CA

1983 - 5 - 22 Seattle, WA

1983 - 6 - 12 White House, Washingon, DC

1983 - 6 - 16 Erie, PA Was more of this than just the snippets in the youtubelink filmed?

1983 - 7 - 4 Atlantic City, NJ

1983 - 8 - 3 Costa Mesa, CA

1983 - 9 - 1 Boston, MA  

1984 - 7 - 4 Washington, DC

1984 - 7 - 25 Los Angeles, CA Olympic Gala, broadcasted on July 26th

1985 - 7 - 4 Philadelphia, PA & Washingon, DC

1985 - 7 - 13 Philadelphia, PA Live Aid

1985 - 9 - 22 Champaign, IL Farm Aid

1985 - 10 - 25 Carl Wilson, Irvine CA Bo Diddley & Chuck Berry Rock'n'Roll All Star Jam

1986 - 8 - 6 Mansfield MA

1986 - 12 - 12 Waikiki, HI

1986 - 7 - 4 Manor, TX Farm Aid

1987 - 7 - 21 Knokke-Heist, Belgium

1988 - 5 - 20  Mesa Amphitheater - Mesa, AZ

1988 - 11 - 5 Los Angeles, CA Was the whole thing filmed or just these two songs?

1989 - 5 - 27 Costa Mesa, CA

1989 - 5 - 30 Los Angeles, CA


90s:

1990 - 7 - 4 Falmouth, MA

August '90 - May '91 More info appreciated

1990 - 10 - 7 Valencia, Spain

1990 - 12 - 31 Los Angeles, CA Dick Clark's New Year’s Rockin Eve

1991 - 6/7 England

1991 - 11 - 2 Tokyo, Japan

1993 - 8 - 25 Saratoga, NY

1993 - 7 - 6 Christinehof Castle, Sweden

1994 - 5 - 12 Berlin, Germany

1994 - 5 - 28 (?) Sea World, San Antonio, TX 6 songs

1994 - 7 - 4 St. Louis, MO  

1995 - 7 - 4 Philadelphia, PA

1995 - 7 - 19 Santa Monica Pier, CA Baywatch TV series Was this a complete show recorded or did they only play the three songs shown in the series?

1996 - 6 - 11 Nashville, TN Prime Time Country

1996 - 6 - 14 Nashville, TN Fan Fair

1996 - 8 - 11 Springfield, IL Illinois State Fair

1996 - 10 - 12 Columbia, SC Farm Aid

1997 - 6 - 21 Boston, MA

1998 - 5 - 6 Lexington, KY

1998 - 5 - 9 Brian Wilson, St. Charles, IL Making of Imagination

1998 - 9 - 16 Brian Wilson, Nashville, TN Front Row Center broadcast: nov. 10th

1998 - 10 - 3 Brian Wilson, Tinley Park, IL Farm Aid

1998 - 11 - 23 Al Jardine, Santa Monica, CA Live with Regis and Kathie Lee Show

1998 - 12 - 18 Al Jardine, Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA

1999 - 6 - 27 Donauinselfest - Vienna, Austria

1999 - 7 - 16 New York, NY Today Show


2000s:

2000 - 2 - 25 New York, NY Donny & Marie Show

2000 - 7 - 4 Brian Wilson, QVC Studios, West Chester, PA 2 shows for QVC

2000 - 7 - 4 Buffalo Bayou Park - Houston, TX

2000 - 7 - 14 New York, NY Good Morning America

2000 - 7 - 15 Jamboree In The Hills - Morristown, OH

2001 - 3 - 29 Brian Wilson, New York, NY All Star Tribute to Brian Wilson

2001 - 7 - 4 Houston, TX

2002 - 1 - 27th - 30th Brian Wilson, London, UK Pet Sounds Tour

2002 - 6 - 3 Brian Wilson Party At The Palace, London, England

2003 - 11 - 7 Basel, Switzerland AVO Session

2004 - 2 - 20 Brian Wilson, Royal Festival Hall, London, England

2004 - 9 - 26 Brian Wilson, Burbank, CA 2 shows

2005 - 6 - 26 Brian Wilson, Glastonbury, England

2005 - 7 - 2 Brian Wilson, Berlin, Germany Live Aid

2005 - 7 - 4 Washington, DC

2005 - 7 - 22 Brian Wilson, Rome, Italy

2005 - 7 - 31 Naeba, Niigata, Japan 3 songs

2005 - 8 - 12 New York, NY Today Show

2005 - 8 - 13 New York, NY Today Show, 2 songs

2005 - 11 - 29 New York, NY Imus in the morning

2005 - 12 - 31 Memphis, TN Liberty Bowl

2006 - 7 - 6 New York, NY Imus in the morning

2006 - 12 - 11 New York, NY Imus in the morning, only Mike and band

2007 - 6 - 17 Brian Wilson, Oslo, Norway

2007 - 7 - 7 Brian Wilson, Balado, Scotland T in the park

2007 - 7 - 25 Branson MO

2007 - 8 - 9 Guilford, NH

2007 - 8 - 17 New York, NY Good morning America

2008 - 5 - ? Brian Wilson, Los Angeles, CA Capitol Records

2008 - 7 - 4 Atlantic City, NJ (not sure if this really is professional footage)

2008 - 6 - 27 Brian Wilson, London, UK Abbey Road Studios

2008 - 6 - 27 Brian Wilson, London, UK Black Cab Session

2009 - 9 - 7 Al Jardine, Los Angeles, CA (?)

2010 - 12 - 5 Al Jardine, Cancun, MX (same link as above but later in the video)

2011 - 2 - 5 Los Angeles, CA A concert for America

2011 - 5 - 13 Brian Wilson, London, UK Later ...with Jools Holland

2012 - 4 - 24 Tucson, AZ

2012 - 5 - 2 St. Augustine, FL

2012 - 5 - 9 NBC Studios New York, NY Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

2012 - 5 - 9/10 New York, NY Rolling Stone Session

2012 - 5 - 16 QVC Studios, West Chester, PA

2012 - 6 - 2 Hollywood, CA

2012 - 6 - 8 Woodlans, TX

2012 - 6 - 15 Central Park, New York, NY Good morning America

2012 - 7 - 7 Phoenix, AZ

2012 - 7 - 9 Morrison, CO

2012 - 8 - 16 Tokyo, Japan

2012 - 9 - 18 Los Angeles, CA Grammy Museum

2012 - 9 - 25 London, UK Later...with Jools Holland

2013 - 3 - 23 Hong Kong Hong Kong Sevens

2014 - 2 - 20 Beverly Hills, CA The Society of Singers' 21st ELLA Awards

2014 - 5 - 25 Louisville, KY Abbey Road on the River

2014 - 7 - 3 Boston, MA The Boston Pops

2014 - 8 - 15 New York, NY Fox and Friends

2014 - 12 - 12 Brian Wilson, Las Vegas, NV

2015 - 5 - 15 Brian Wilson, Philadelphia, PA

2015 - 11 - 22 Brian Wilson, Al Jardine, Blondie Chaplin, Toronto, Canada Negev Dinner

2015 - 11 - 28 Ischgl, Austria Top Of The Mountain Concert

2015 - 12 - 12 Munich, Germany Night of the proms

2016 - 3 Brian Wilson, Al Jardine, Hollywood, CA Pet Sounds live at Capitol Records Does anyone have a precise date for this?  

2016 - 4 - 10 Santa Monica, CA TV Land Awards

2016 - 5 - 30 Washington, DC

2016 -6 - 3 New York, NY Fox & Friends

2016 - 10 - 31 Brian Wilson, Al Jardine, Blondie Chaplin, Basel, Switzerland Baloise Session

2017 - 7 - 29 Lancaster, OH Lancaster Festival



Many thanks to Eric Aniversario's Setlist Archive and Andrew G. Doe's Bellagio 10452.
And of course to everyone who did or will contribute.
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« Reply #1 on: October 25, 2008, 05:03:05 AM »

Great idea.

BTW This clip isn't from 1994 I guess, 'cause Jeff is still there. Maybe 1989?
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« Reply #2 on: October 25, 2008, 06:20:57 AM »

hi rocker.......i have seen this before. i know i have it on vhs tape somewhere in the house. if i come across it i should be able to date it..at least when it was taped by me on the recorder.
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« Reply #3 on: October 25, 2008, 07:04:21 AM »

I think it's from the 1989 TV series. That's also one of the best live versions of "Sloop John B" I've ever seen/heard...
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« Reply #4 on: October 25, 2008, 01:52:38 PM »

The 1989 series (Endless Summer) parts where from an indoor show this clip is from a stadium. Looks a little bit like in the Still Cruisin' video but Mike's outfit is different.
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« Reply #5 on: October 26, 2008, 09:22:40 AM »

I think it's from the 1989 TV series. That's also one of the best live versions of "Sloop John B" I've ever seen/heard...


Yeah, you're right. It is from the "Endless summer"-TV-shows. I just watched it again. Totally forgot about it.

So, what do we have? Is the "Lost concert" the first BBs-concert filmed or are there others from before that? And what do we have of early 60s-concerts? What about the '66 London-shows? Were they filmed completely?
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« Reply #6 on: October 26, 2008, 09:54:57 AM »

The clip is very good - Al and Bruce are in great voice - until Captain Nasal comes in, assuming the rightful mantle of Mickey Mouse with a bad cold.

The less said about the parasols during California Girls the better. An embarrassment to the fans of the BBs who have to justify this kind of crud to the non-believers.
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« Reply #7 on: October 26, 2008, 09:59:22 AM »

I think it's from the 1989 TV series. That's also one of the best live versions of "Sloop John B" I've ever seen/heard...


Yeah, you're right. It is from the "Endless summer"-TV-shows. I just watched it again. Totally forgot about it.

So, what do we have? Is the "Lost concert" the first BBs-concert filmed or are there others from before that? And what do we have of early 60s-concerts? What about the '66 London-shows? Were they filmed completely?
The answer would depend on what your criteria is. Yes there are things that were "professionally" filmed like snippets of the '66 London shows...but they don't have sound. There is a lot of that type of footage around, visually great, but soundless...and not complete, just random clips. The first moving footage with sound is '62 Surfin Safari from the doc. One Man's Challenge...this is a "staged" concert scene with seemingly live, but pre-recorded sound. There is moving footage from the '63 Hawaii tour, home camera footage, again no sound. '64's Lost Concert would be the first footage of a complete set with sound. Unknown things do pop up on occasion, some '68 footage with sound showed up last year. There's footage with sound from '71 and '72 (NY Central Park and London respectively). But its a very incomplete picture of the BB's until '76...there seems to be a lot of concert footage with sound from that point on.
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« Reply #8 on: October 26, 2008, 11:42:06 AM »

I suppose there are enough filmed concerts out there that you could put some nice packages together. I do see a couple of problems with a project like that, however.

First, I don't think there's a lot of demand for old Beach Boys' concerts; it would have to be marketed to diehards like us. The Beach Boys are an institution though, and there would be some historical significance. But commercially....does anybody know how the Knebworth DVD sold? Or other BB/BW related DVD's?

Second, we all know there are, should I say, rough spots in the later Beach Boys' shows. For obvious reasons, it would be almost impossible to do the post production work necessary to make some of the songs presentable, unless they were simply omitted. And then something somehow is lost....

Third, I hope the footage is still around in its original form. A lot of time has gone by - yes, we're getting older - and I wonder if the stuff is still around or was thrown out, much like the discarded audio masters.

I would be happy to see any kind of Beach Boys' filmed concerts available, but I think it would entertaining to see a professionally produced DVD or two, done as a compilation, taking the best available songs/performances and put in some kind of chronological order, almost like a career overview.
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« Reply #9 on: October 26, 2008, 05:01:26 PM »

I think it would entertaining to see a professionally produced DVD or two, done as a compilation, taking the best available songs/performances and put in some kind of chronological order, almost like a career overview.
You mean An American Band?
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« Reply #10 on: October 26, 2008, 05:14:45 PM »

I think it would entertaining to see a professionally produced DVD or two, done as a compilation, taking the best available songs/performances and put in some kind of chronological order, almost like a career overview.
You mean An American Band?

No, strictly live performances, no interviews. Start with the 1962 "Surfin' Safari" clip, go right through some of the 1963-64-65 TV appearances, into some of the rarer late 60's/early 70's stuff, right through to 1998. I think it would be an enjoyable watch.
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« Reply #11 on: October 27, 2008, 01:52:27 AM »

There's that Blondie'n'Ricky era footage in Endless Harmony, open air, where Mike's wearing a purple shirt with a sun. 'Sail on Sailor' is overdubbed, but I don't remember if it's the studio version or a live one. Is that one of those minimal/soundless footage cases?

About a project like this.... Even in our days, when folks don't really feel like paying for music, I think a well-assembled Led Zeppelin (2003) style DVD would sell. Folks bought that one cause there was a feeling that all the goodies were thrown in and it was worth the price. There is stuff, but the costs to license all of those... Ok, forget it.

Ditto for a "Anthology" CD set with all the tracks that aren't included in the twofers, from Lonely Days to Carry me Home. Ok, forget it part II.
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« Reply #12 on: October 27, 2008, 04:24:22 AM »

The group filmed almost a whole concert in Paris in 1970 and in my opinion this is the best TV app of the group that exists
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« Reply #13 on: October 27, 2008, 08:51:43 AM »

I think it's from the 1989 TV series. That's also one of the best live versions of "Sloop John B" I've ever seen/heard...


Yeah, you're right. It is from the "Endless summer"-TV-shows. I just watched it again. Totally forgot about it.

So, what do we have? Is the "Lost concert" the first BBs-concert filmed or are there others from before that? And what do we have of early 60s-concerts? What about the '66 London-shows? Were they filmed completely?
The answer would depend on what your criteria is. Yes there are things that were "professionally" filmed like snippets of the '66 London shows...but they don't have sound. There is a lot of that type of footage around, visually great, but soundless...and not complete, just random clips. The first moving footage with sound is '62 Surfin Safari from the doc. One Man's Challenge...this is a "staged" concert scene with seemingly live, but pre-recorded sound. There is moving footage from the '63 Hawaii tour, home camera footage, again no sound. '64's Lost Concert would be the first footage of a complete set with sound. Unknown things do pop up on occasion, some '68 footage with sound showed up last year. There's footage with sound from '71 and '72 (NY Central Park and London respectively). But its a very incomplete picture of the BB's until '76...there seems to be a lot of concert footage with sound from that point on.


Well, I was of course talking about complete shows with sound. Something that you could release. So, the '66-shows fall out as it seems. Thanks for letting me know that the "Lost concert" is the first complete concert filmed. I gues there's nothing else from their early carrere? I wouldn't count the TAMI-show, because they just did some songs as pasrt of a big concert, although you could probably include it in a list.
I mean just the 4th July concerts would be cool. Imagine how great a complete '68 concert or even better, a '72 one would be. How many things were filmed just for TV or something? The Largo concert in '77 or the (terrible) Australia-shows probably weren't the only ones. I think in the early 90s there was some stuff from Japan...
BTW on "American band" you have Dennis singing "You are so beautiful" (or cracking it out) and then you see "Barbara Ann" from july 4th in Atlantic City. Is YASB from that same show? Dennis hair lokks kinda different.
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« Reply #14 on: October 27, 2008, 09:51:47 AM »

I think in the early 90s there was some stuff from Japan...


There was a professionally filmed concert from 1993 that aired on Japanese TV as a 30th Anniversary Special.  It is interspersed with interviews with Mike, Carl, Al and Bruce, everything is in English with Japanese subtitles.
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« Reply #15 on: October 27, 2008, 11:38:47 AM »

From the 1978 Australia & New Zealand tour one of the Melbourne shows was filmed (in part) and aired on Australian TV - this is the show in wide circulation on the trading circuit. Rumours exist of a show from Brisbane being in existance - I haven't seen it so I can't comment. One of the New Zealand shows was filmed and aired on TVNZ - either the Feb 26 Auckland show of the Feb 28 Christchurch show. The NZ show is reportedly still in storage in the TVNZ film library - untouched and unloved.

Contrary to rumours which circulate from time to time footage of the Perth concert debacle does on exist.
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« Reply #16 on: October 27, 2008, 02:42:22 PM »

Was the Christchurch show. Unlikely to be in stereo as could be many of the TV recordings from concerts filmed for TV.
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« Reply #17 on: October 28, 2008, 03:15:42 AM »

According to Badman, Dennis had several bits of 1970's shows filmed on 16mm for his personal collection. I assume that most of it is probably silent. There is a Marylin 1977 concert that circulates, and the previous night also exists on film. There is also at least one complete pro shot film of a live version of Roller Skating Child. Watching Brian dancing to it is a trip.  LOL
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« Reply #18 on: October 28, 2008, 07:01:32 AM »

Great infos guys.
So let's start a list which we can fill by and by. I think we should also mention the exact dates.Unfortunately I don't have the discs here, so I dont know te dates right now. This is a start in chronological order (off the top of my head):

1964 The Lost Concert
(1964 TAMI-Show)
1977 Largo
1978 Melbourne, Australia
1980 June 21st Knebworth, England
1980 July 4th Washington, DC
1993 Japan


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« Reply #19 on: October 28, 2008, 09:09:14 AM »

Unknown date 1994 - Berlin Germany

7/4/1995 - Philly PA

Unknown date 1998 - Kentucky Horse Park (Private Party for Toyota)

7/4/2007 or 7/5/2007 Branson MO  - Eric's setlist archive doesnt match what the video shows, and he has the identical setlist for both dates, so this is one or the other

I'm sure there are others
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« Reply #20 on: October 28, 2008, 10:27:18 AM »

Great infos guys.
So let's start a list which we can fill by and by. I think we should also mention the exact dates.Unfortunately I don't have the discs here, so I dont know te dates right now. This is a start in chronological order (off the top of my head):

1964 The Lost Concert
(1964 TAMI-Show)
1977 Largo
1978 Melbourne, Australia
1980 June 21st Knebworth, England
1980 July 4th Washington, DC
1993 Japan


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1976 Anaheim
1980 Hawaii
1981 Washington DC July 4th
1981 Long Beach July 5th
1983 Seattle
1983 Atlantic City July 4th
1983 Costa Mesa
1984 Washington DC July 4th
1985 Phily & Wash DC July 4th
Should we add here the Farm Aid 1985/86 gig and Live Aid?
1986 Waikiki
1989 Endless Summer concert
1989 Beach Club
1991 Japan (not 1993, they even performed Crocodile Rock)
1994 Some US gig which was recorded for A&E
1996 Nashville
 

Then there are several television reports about the Beach Boys with concert footage from 1977, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982 and 1993 but the question is how much did they record.   Huh  Also I don't know anymore the venue, lost the DVDs so I can't look after. Then there's the one show from 1996 where they recorded the Long Tall Texan clip.

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« Reply #21 on: October 28, 2008, 11:48:01 AM »

There are videofragments known of the Beachago-tour of 1974. I'm very curious if more complete recordings still exist somewhere.
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« Reply #22 on: October 28, 2008, 11:57:24 AM »

I would sell half of my brain for the '67 Lei'd in Hawaii shows on video. Grin
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« Reply #23 on: October 28, 2008, 01:35:15 PM »

The group were also filmed playing in Houston in Feb 1978 and this footage was used in American Band. The scene where Brian sings "In My Room" onstage comes from this show-though the film pretends that the footage is from 1976 and uses it to show Brian's comeback
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« Reply #24 on: October 28, 2008, 02:11:18 PM »

Nothing complete between 64-76 ?   Huh
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