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« Reply #50 on: November 20, 2008, 07:35:24 AM »

Seattle Washington 12-75 is around. It's not great quality but it was filmed off the monitors or perhaps by local news. Jumpin Jack Flash and Take Care Of Your Feel are in the set.

When you say "off the monitors" it sounds like someone in the audience might've done that. So that wouldn't be on the list, but if the local news filmed it, it of course would fit. Can we get more info on that?
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« Reply #51 on: November 20, 2008, 09:04:57 PM »

It's not home made. It's pro shot, but it looks like the news may have filmed it to use in the broadcast or they had a the visual equivalent of a soundboard. It's got a few moments here or there that are really good but it films from a far shot sometimes.
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« Reply #52 on: July 30, 2012, 10:34:48 AM »

In another thread this topic came up.
The most recent list looked like this (I jut added the '69 concert and updated some stuff plus links to youtube). There's a lot to add. So feel free to fill in what you have and correct any mistakes on the list. If performances are on youtube we could add the link too. And please use the format I used on the 60s stuff for example, so it'll look uniform



60s:

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

1964 - 10 - 28/29 T.A.M.I. show

1969 - 6 - 16 Olympia, France


70s:

1970 - 12 - 8 Paris, France

1971 Central Park

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

December 1975 Seattle, Washington  (?)

1976 - 7 - 3 Anaheim, CA "It's OK"-special
 
1977 - 1 - 21 Largo, MD

1977 - 9 - 1 Central Park, NY

1978 Melbourne, Australia

1978 April Houston

1978 Christchurch, New Zealand


80s:

1980 - 6 - 21 Knebworth, England

1980 - 7 - 4 Washington, DC

1980 December Mike Douglas Show, Hawaii

7/4/1981 Washington DC

1981 - 7 - 5 Long Beach, CA

1983 - 5 - 22 Seattle, WA

1983 - 7 - 4 Atlantic City, NJ

1983 - 8 - 3 Costa Mesa, CA   

1984 - 7 - 4 Washington, DC

1985 - 7 - 4 Phily & Wash

1985 Farm Aid

1985 - 7 - 13 Live Aid Philadelphia, PA

1986 Waikiki

1986 - 7 - 4 Farm Aid, Austin, TX

7/21/1987  Knokke-Heist (Belgium)  

May 1989 Pacific Amphitheater in Costa Mesa, CA

1989 Beach Club


90s:

1991 - 11 - 2 Tokyo, Japan

1994 - 5 - 12 Berlin, Germany

1994 Some US gig which was recorded for A&E

7/4/1995 - Philly PA

1996 Nashville

1998 - Kentucky

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


2000s:

2001 - 7 - 4 Houston, TX

2003 - 11 - 7 AVO Session Basel, Switzerland

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

2005 - 6 - 26 Brian Wilson, Glastonbury Festival, England

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


7/4/2007 or
7/5/2007 Branson MO

2011 - 2 - 5 Ronald Reagan Tribute Los Angeles, CA


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« Reply #53 on: July 30, 2012, 10:43:08 AM »

such a shame that the depravity which was the 80's was more filmed than the glorious  late 60's and 70's
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« Reply #54 on: July 30, 2012, 12:55:33 PM »

such a shame that the depravity which was the 80's was more filmed than the glorious  late 60's and 70's


Well, yeah. But we don't know what's waiting to be released. See that '69 Olympia concert for example
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« Reply #55 on: July 30, 2012, 01:06:15 PM »

If you're talking about the Beach Boys on film then I want 'The Girls on the Beach' (1965) movie in my collection. Nice appearance by the BB's including Dennis.

Yeah, I know it's not a concert but it's pretty good anyway.
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« Reply #56 on: July 30, 2012, 01:59:29 PM »

I have a hard time believing only two concerts pre-1965 were filmed. Is this correct, or is there other footage out there that's unreleased.
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« Reply #57 on: July 30, 2012, 02:23:04 PM »

Ok, this is the list after I updated everything today. So every new entry has to go into this one:


60s:

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

1964 - 10 - 28/29 T.A.M.I. show

1967 - 12 - 15 UNICEF Gala, Paris, France

1969 - 6 - 16 Olympia, France


70s:

1970 - 12 - 8 Paris, France

1971 - 7 - 2 Central Park, NY

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

1975 - 12 - 15/16 Seattle, WA

1976 - 7 - 3 Anaheim, CA "It's OK"-special
 
1977 - 1 - 21 Largo, MD

1977 - 9 - 1 Central Park, NY

1978 Melbourne, Australia

1978 April Houston, TX

1978 Christchurch, New Zealand


80s:

1980 - 6 - 21 Knebworth, England

1980 - 7 - 4 Washington, DC

1980 December Mike Douglas Show, Hawaii

1981 - 7 - 4 Washington DC

1981 - 7 - 5 Long Beach, CA

1983 - 5 - 22 Seattle, WA

1983 - 7 - 4 Atlantic City, NJ

1983 - 8 - 3 Costa Mesa, CA  

1984 - 7 - 4 Washington, DC

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

1985 - 9 - 22 Farm Aid

1985 - 7 - 13 Live Aid Philadelphia, PA

1986 - 12 - 12 Waikiki, HI

1986 - 7 - 4 Farm Aid, Austin, TX

1987 - 7 - 21 Knokke-Heist, Belgium

1989 - 5 - 27 Costa Mesa, CA

1989 Beach Club


90s:

1991 - 11 - 2 Tokyo, Japan

1994 - 5 - 12 Berlin, Germany

1994 - 7 - 4 St. Louis, MO  

1995 - 7 - 4 Philadelphia, PA

1996 - 6 - 14 Nashville, TN

1998 - Kentucky

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


2000s:

2001 - 7 - 4 Houston, TX

2003 - 11 - 7 AVO Session Basel, Switzerland

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

2005 - 6 - 26 Brian Wilson, Glastonbury Festival, England

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


7/4/2007 or 7/5/2007 (there were two shows, both featured Christian Love singing "Feel flows") Branson, MO

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

2011 - 2 - 5 Ronald Reagan Tribute Los Angeles, CA

2012 - 5 - 2 St. Augustine, FL

2012 - 6 - 2 Hollywood, CA

2012 - 7 - 7 Phoenix, AZ

2012 - 7 - 9 Morrison, CO

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« Reply #58 on: July 30, 2012, 03:02:22 PM »

BTW I found this video of the opening credits for the '67 UNICEF Gala featuring Lennon, Harrison and Maharishi.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSMdEs9rq_4

I'm not sure if the Beach Boys played more than the three songs posted in the list
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« Reply #59 on: July 30, 2012, 03:12:38 PM »

You can see cameras clearly filming at the Phoenix show too:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0EyV_mb-C1s
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« Reply #60 on: July 30, 2012, 03:15:30 PM »

And of course, there's the St. Augustine show that they used parts of for the "Doin' It Again" special.
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« Reply #61 on: July 30, 2012, 03:21:56 PM »

I'm unsure if the Branson show(s) should really be included here.  From the looks of it, the footage looks to be just a feed from the cameras projecting to the venue screens.  Not nessarily a show that Beach Boys organization were purposely filming for their own purposes.  It's more of a leaked recording from the venue.  It could be included in your list but perhaps noted as such.
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« Reply #62 on: July 30, 2012, 03:25:13 PM »

Thanks Justin !
I guess a lot of the recent shows were filmed. We'll see if we will get them all together.
And good to know about the Branson shows. I haven't seen them. Somebody in this thread gave the information. So, what about the sound ? It's probably not a real multitrack recording, is it ?
I'll update the list.


BTW, on this site (http://www.beachboys.com/filmsI.html) the author talks about the DVD "The Beach Boys: Back To The Beach Unicorn Performance Series 96116 [DVD]; 30 min. Released October 25, 2005" and mentiones footage from St. Louis and dates it to around 1993. I found on this site (http://fairsaintlouis.org/about-us/history/) that the Beach Boys played in St. Louis in 1994 so I guess it's that footage. But did anybody see it ? Is it professional footage and sound or just recorded from the audience ?

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Found something on youtube. It is from '94, see list for the youtube-link
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« Reply #63 on: July 30, 2012, 03:57:07 PM »

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 #64 on: July 31, 2012, 05:38:51 AM »

If you don't mind, guys, I'll edit the list into my very first post that started this thread and will update it when we'll get more infos. That's better than to always post a new one.
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« Reply #65 on: July 31, 2012, 08:55:30 AM »

BTW, on this site (http://www.beachboys.com/filmsI.html) the author talks about the DVD "The Beach Boys: Back To The Beach Unicorn Performance Series 96116 [DVD]; 30 min. Released October 25, 2005" and mentiones footage from St. Louis and dates it to around 1993. I found on this site (http://fairsaintlouis.org/about-us/history/) that the Beach Boys played in St. Louis in 1994 so I guess it's that footage. But did anybody see it ? Is it professional footage and sound or just recorded from the audience ?

EDIT:
Found something on youtube. It is from '94, see list for the youtube-link

I used to have this DVD, it was officially released. I bought it at FYE very early in my fandom and it is the only Beach Boys related product I ever sold back. It was professionally filmed and everything, it was just atrocious. It was basically all Stamos, all the time with cheerleaders and nasal singing. The cover was really misleading because it was a picture of the band from 1964, with basically no information on the back side about what the concert was, so when I put it in my DVD player I was pretty surprised.
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« Reply #66 on: July 31, 2012, 09:11:30 AM »

BTW, on this site (http://www.beachboys.com/filmsI.html) the author talks about the DVD "The Beach Boys: Back To The Beach Unicorn Performance Series 96116 [DVD]; 30 min. Released October 25, 2005" and mentiones footage from St. Louis and dates it to around 1993. I found on this site (http://fairsaintlouis.org/about-us/history/) that the Beach Boys played in St. Louis in 1994 so I guess it's that footage. But did anybody see it ? Is it professional footage and sound or just recorded from the audience ?

EDIT:
Found something on youtube. It is from '94, see list for the youtube-link

I used to have this DVD, it was officially released. I bought it at FYE very early in my fandom and it is the only Beach Boys related product I ever sold back. It was professionally filmed and everything, it was just atrocious. It was basically all Stamos, all the time with cheerleaders and nasal singing. The cover was really misleading because it was a picture of the band from 1964, with basically no information on the back side about what the concert was, so when I put it in my DVD player I was pretty surprised.


Thanks for the informations !
Too bad it wasn't what you hoped for (and what I would also have expected).



Cany anybody help me with the dating of these clips from Endless Summer ?
AGD's site says that these two shows were filmed in May for the series:

27 - Pacific Amphitheater, Costa Mesa CA*  [w/Chicago]

30 - Universal Studios, Los Angeles CA*

So, I guess the campfire sessions were done at Universal Studios, right? What about the clip of "God only knows" on this link after "All I have to do is dream"?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAiqMVTUEb8

I suppose it comes from the 27th. If that's true where does this "Wouldn't it be nice?" and "Darlin'" come from? Universal Studios as well ?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uIYFmG7HbBc
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F4juxP3yhzk
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« Reply #67 on: July 31, 2012, 08:00:01 PM »

Naive question perhaps, but is there any film or audio, or even stills from the "Dennis-as-opening-act" for The Beach Boys: POB sets from 1977.
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« Reply #68 on: August 01, 2012, 09:12:39 AM »

Naive question perhaps, but is there any film or audio, or even stills from the "Dennis-as-opening-act" for The Beach Boys: POB sets from 1977.



Well, that would be fantastic but I haven't even heard about a audio recording
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« Reply #69 on: August 01, 2012, 10:22:44 AM »

I can't remember exactly, but somewhere I read that the 1975 Seattle show was filmed by the crew for Brian to have an impression of the current live concerts (maybe planning his stage comeback).
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« Reply #70 on: August 01, 2012, 10:31:58 AM »

I can't remember exactly, but somewhere I read that the 1975 Seattle show was filmed by the crew for Brian to have an impression of the current live concerts (maybe planning his stage comeback).

if you click on the link you can also see Sail On Sailor from that show on youtube.
I never heard about that but maybe it was for the first steps into the "Brian's back"- campaign. The concert was in december after all
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« Reply #71 on: August 01, 2012, 02:49:41 PM »

I added some stuff to the list, including performances like on "Imus in the morning" and "Party at the palace".
Justin about that Branson show, of what source do you think is the sound?
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« Reply #72 on: August 02, 2012, 03:39:27 AM »

Wow, I completely forgot about that 1970 Paris concert! I first watched it back in 2011 when I wasn't yet registered. I like the way how the Boys dressed, i.e. not similarly. Specially I like Al's hat or what it is and Carl's jacket. That headgear very suits to Al. Performances are also cool to see, judging by this video I'll go even further saying the BBs stood at the same position as The RS, LZ and the kind being one of the best live bands of the 70s [and maybe the 60s too]. The interview bits are amusing, it's often good to see the artists talking in an informal way, joking, playing fools, discussing sth. etc.

But I never saw Ringo onstage with them! What an eye-candy that 1984 video is! My favorite Beatle with my favorite band - how could I miss that mixture?! Thanks for this treasure watching time, Rocker! Generally, that's a great idea to gather all those HQ footages, videos and so on of The BBs in one place.

Also, special thanks for the Beatles at UNICEF! Good find!     


My pleasure.
I hope we'll get a fairly complete list together. There must've been more then just what we have now. Hope that someday there will be stuff released.
If you look at the Central Park clip from '77 you have to remember that two days after the band broke up. The Rolling Stone article that describes that was just posted in the "Dennis and the ultimatum"-thread (I believe). I listened to an audience recording of that show and it seemed not that bad. Would love to see complete footage. But in that special case - as i mentioned on the list - I'm not sure if it was just a clip of "California saga" that was recorded for a local TV-station or if there was more.
That said, I believe I'll also add this year's "Good morning America"-show
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« Reply #73 on: August 02, 2012, 03:58:06 AM »

1-20-77 was filmed too. The whole concert exists but only Alan Boyd has seen it as far as I know. He said the footage of Brian in a blue shirt in Endless Harmony was from that show. He said Brian was much better at that show.
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« Reply #74 on: August 02, 2012, 05:41:33 AM »

1-20-77 was filmed too. The whole concert exists but only Alan Boyd has seen it as far as I know. He said the footage of Brian in a blue shirt in Endless Harmony was from that show. He said Brian was much better at that show.

Great info ! Thank you !


And does anybody know if the whole show from June 29 1993 was filmed (it was recorded according to Eric's site) or only the part that was used for the Summer In Paradise promo video that can be seen here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50U_07i5z0Y&feature=plcp
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