Thank you everyone for the info from saturdays event,and thank y gorgeous daze for the info on get it together that was shown ,can I ask were there any more clips of linda shown ,or just the first edition one ,also I know linda sang smile on the first show ,but can anyone recall what roy sang on the show ,that was shown on Saturday.
This does sound like a great event to attend, I hope that I can go there on a future occasion.
Thank you all for keeping those of us who were not able to go informed of the proceedings and whatever items of interest to us Dancing Queen fans were to be seen. Is there any news on the next one yet?
What else was amazing was an edition of Ready Steady Go that featured The Beatles.
Paul was asked to judge a competition where girls mimed and danced to a record, and he chose Girl 4 as the winner.
A few years later, after reading a story in a newspaper about Melanie Coe, a 17-year-old A-level schoolgirl from Stamford Hill London who went missing, wrote the song "She's Leaving Home". The amazing thing, and unbeknown to Paul at the time, the winner of the "Ready Steady Go" competition was Melanie Coe.
Yes it was probably changed because peter walker directed that first edition,apparently two of the audience from that very first edition of get it together ,also attended the event on Saturday ,although I dont suppose the organisers would have been aware of that prior to the day ,what a trip down memory lane it must have been for those ladies ,seeing themselves for the first time in 41 years again on tv
Do Kaleidoscope check YouTube before these events? Quite a few things that were shown can be found on the web, but I'm not complaining because I found some of the Razzmatazz clips from the weekend that I really like.
Sorry, I was referring to the conspiracy theory that Paul died in a car crash in 1966. I thought the reference was obvious. I didn't doubt what you wrote.
I knew what you meant Vin I was using your post as a way of linking to the Youtube vid.
As Legsfan has said, so much of that Ready Steady Go programme is already on Youtube, I don't know why they bothered showing it.
On saying that, because the Frost Show / Beatles appearance was also already on Youtube, we did get to see, after a unanimous vote, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi talking about Transcendental Meditation 😆 😆 😆