27-2-75: Presenters: Dave Lee Travis & Jimmy Savile O.B.E. (Wiped)
(NEW) THE RUBETTES – I Can Do It
(27) JOHN LENNON – No. 9 Dream (video) This exists is private collection. The silent promo film has been dubbed with the track as per the PasB notes at BBC Caversham
(30) SHOWADDYWADDY – Sweet Music This exists as part of the Showaddywaddy n1500 Collection that a member of the band taped.
(4) MUD – The Secrets That You Keep
(NEW) HUES CORPORATION – Love Corporation
(NEW) THE SHADOWS – Let Me Be The One
(NEW) DUANE EDDY – Play Me Like You Play Your Guitar
(5) FOX – Only You Can ®
(24) SUPERTRAMP – Dreamer ®
(25) THE ARROWS – My Last Night With You ®
(7) FRANKIE VALLI – My Eyes Adored You (video)
(1) STEVE HARLEY & COCKNEY REBEL – Make Me Smile (Come Up And See Me)
(22) AVERAGE WHITE BAND – Pick Up The Pieces (crowd dancing) (and credits)
If the BFI do have a tape of it, please let me know....
But I reckon it's just the insert tape.
They're not the only ones to describe the whole program when they only have a bit of it. Chris Perry is convinced that it's the insert tape that the BBC gave to the BFI. The Kal database isn't complete for the partially surviving shows as they only list what they have or what the BBC have told them they have. In most cases they don't show performances that survive by being repeated or in footage held privately.
For most of the missing shows the Popscene running order is an educated guess, so the odds are it will be wrong.
I've recently obtained a TOTP still with Pan's People dancing on stage while Lance Le Guilt sings with a guitar. I can only surmise it must be the 10/12/70 performance of "Cannikin Clink" as the style of the background graphics are still very much 1970, with the oil/light show etc. So it's a backing dance but a very prominent one.
Thank you once again panslegs for the info ,much appreciated as ever .I don't suppose there is any more info coming your way about the songs that were danced each week ,you know you posted the songs from 1973 and 1974 a few months back.they were of great interest and value to us .
I was looking at this one last night, also said to be from 1970, but was not able to match the background, although it does look similar to one used later in 1973, i don't think enough of it is visible to really get a clear idea of what it is.
That's great panslegs ,any info as you know is greatly appreciated by us ,so it doesn't matter if we have to wait ,the most important thing is that there is a chance that there may be info still out there ,that otherwise we would probably never find out .it would be one of my biggest ambitions to try and get the pans database as complete and accurate as we can .Then I think we can all say we've done our bit to keep the memory alive of pans people ,for future generations to look back on the history of TV dance troupes of the past , because I think the only place a full pans people database as ever been done is on one for the dad's .so thank you once again pans legs ,you're input as been amazing.