Saturday, February 17, 2018
Mpeg 2 Program Stream File [Video/Audio]
Muxrate : 10.08 Mbps
Estimated Duration: 10:38.22s
Aspect ratio 4/3 (TV)
Interlaced, chroma format: 4:2:0
VIDEO:mpeg-2, size: 720x480, 29.970 fps, 7000 kbps.
AUDIO: dvdpcm, 48000Hz, 1536 kbps.
1. DEEP PURPLE (Oct. 23, 1968)
And The Address
2. IRON BUTTERFLY (Aug. 8, 1968)
Iron Butterfly Theme
3. TAJ MAHAL (Oct. 16, 1968)
Everybody's Got To Change Sometime
4. B.B. KING (April 15, 1970)
The Thrill Is Gone
5. CANNED HEAT (most likely Jan. 20, 1969)
On The Road Again
6. LINDA RONSTADT (most likely April 16, 1970)
Long Long Time
7. THE BYRDS (Sept. 28, 1968)
You Ain't Goin' Nowhere
This Wheel's On Fire
8. SIR DOUGLAS QUINTET (Jan. 25, 1969)
She's About A Mover
9. STEPPENWOLF (Dec. 17, 1969)
Berry Rides Again
From Here To There Eventually
10. THE NITTY GRITTY DIRTBAND (Dec. 11, 1968)
Washington At Valley Forge
11. THE GRATEFUL DEAD (Jan. 18, 1969)
Mountains Of The Moon
12. FLEETWOOD MAC (Jan. 8, 1970)
13. IKE AND TINA TURNER REVUE (Dec. 3, 1969)
I Want To Take You Higher
14. COUNTRY JOE AND THE FISH ( April 16, 1970)
Sing Sing Sing
I Feel Like I'm Fixin' To Die Rag
I Feel Like I'm Fixin' To Die Rag (reprise into end credits)
Here is another very nice compilation of vintage performances. Got this on HungerCity long time ago, thanks Kindly note this was publicly broadcasted in the US back then, so there is absolutely no nudity in this show. This was an hour-long show that ran on network TV (!)from July 1968 to May 1970. The ever hip and debonair Hef surrounded himself with a bunch of attractive young pseudo-sophisticates, salted each week with a variety of personalities ranging from Milton Berle to Mort Sahl, Sid Caesar to Lenny Bruce, Roman Polanski (and Sharon Tate) to Paul Mazursky. There was also some amazing music.
Here's a description of the show by Chris Rywalt:
"The camera moved lazily across a room where a party was going on. A party unlike any party I had ever seen, on film or otherwise. People chatted in small groups. Everyone had a drink in their hand. Blacks and whites mingled freely. Almost everyone was smoking. Quiet jazz filled the room. Everyone was dressed stylishly and with care. Everyone looked attractive in a comfortable way. No one looked like a model -- the guests all just looked like handsome, pleasant people. The light was soft, yellowish, and diffuse.
"The camera wandered past the guests, stopping here and there and catching fragments of their conversation. The camera rolled along very slowly. Amazingly slowly. [snip]
"Later in the show, the camera panned along and encountered a band. They were playing jazz. Gradually, as the camera didn't move, it became apparent that this was a featured band, performing for the show.
"And all of After Dark was like this. Long, languorous camera shots, lingering on details, while an incredibly civilized party went on, with everyone drinking and smoking and grooving to the music. And occasionally one of the guests would turn out to be someone with a talent, who would graciously agree to share some of it with us."