Thursday, March 7, 2013

McGuinn, Clark & Hillman – Japanese TV 1979



McGuinn, Clark & Hillman – Japanese TV 1979

Ongarunka TV, Japan 1979

Roger McGuinn
Gene Clark
Chris Hillman

with Johnne Sambataro on guitar and Greg Thomas on drums

1. McGuinn, Clark, Hillman, Sambataro, Thomas - Turn Turn Turn (2:58)
2. Roger McGuinn - Roger McGuinn Talks (0:32)
3. McGuinn, Clark, Hillman, Sambataro, Thomas - Ballad Of Easy Rider (2:28)
4. Roger McGuinn - Roger McGuinn Talks (0:31)
5. McGuinn, Clark, Hillman, Sambataro, Thomas - Don't You Write Her Off (2:59)
6. McGuinn, Clark, Hillman, Sambataro, Thomas - Backstage Pass (4:13)
7. Roger McGuinn & Gene Clark - Roger McGuinn & Gene Clark Interview (1:41)
8. Gene Clark - Gene Clark Talks (0:31)
9. Gene Clark - Silver Raven (3:16)
10. McGuinn, Clark, Hillman, Sambataro, Thomas - Long Long Time (2:28)
11. Chris Hillman - Chris Hillman Talks (0:13)
12. Chris Hillman & John Sambataro - Step On Out (2:55)
13.
Chris Hillman - Chris Hillman Interview (0:41)

Artwork Included

17 comments:

Rocking--Byrd said...
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david said...

thanks RB !

Rufus said...

RB thanks for all of these McGuinn, Clark & Hillman shows, they have really brightened my day.

Uwe Rayer said...

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Rocking--Byrd said...

Uwe, you can share it with whomever you want to.

Uwe Rayer said...

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Uwe

dino said...

Why do I get a message about UPLOADING, when I'm trying to DOWNLOAD this?
Thanks for help

Rocking--Byrd said...
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Edwin Deas said...

Looks interesting.
Please upload one more time.
Thanks

Rocking--Byrd said...

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Rocking--Byrd said...

Edwin, are you from Scotland?

Edwin Deas said...

1951-1982 Scotland
1982-2008 Canada
2008-date California

Rocking--Byrd said...

I guess you used to listen to Radio Scotland in the 60s then. I was there.

Edwin Deas said...

Man, that is going back a bit! Radio Scotland on a lighthouse ship in the Forth. Stuart Henry is the only dj I can think off. Who was the guy who suffered sea-sickness and had to record his shows from the mainland? Tommy Shields was the owner. it is all coming back to me!

It was difficult being a Byrds fan in Scotland in the 60s. Too many Tamla and Stax lovers. But there were some. Where did you live?

I enjoyed the Japanese tv recording. They seemed to be in awe of the country. I am going to Japan next month for the first time but I don't suppose I will catch any western music.

Rocking--Byrd said...

Stuart Henry was the seasick one. Other djs were Jack McLaughlin, Tony Allan, John Kerr, Mark West, Ben Healy and so many others. I wrote "I was there" because I was on the Comet ship in July and August 1967 before the closedown.

Edwin Deas said...

Cool!
Those were great times.
If you were keen on the Byrds back then, did you you not find interest in them in Scotland a little limited too?
Where did you go once Radio Scotland had to shut down?

Rocking--Byrd said...

The only Byrds records I found in the record library on board were a couple of early singes and a promo copy of their "Fifth Dimension" LP (which they got for free I guess). After the close down, I went back to being a student in electronics engineering.