The NZBC's premier 60s music show was the ultimate pop confection, complete with hip presenter Peter Sinclair, hyperactive go-go dancers, pop art set and breathless pace. In one of two surviving episodes, regulars Mr Lee Grant, Herma Keil and Billy Karaitiana cover the hits of the day with help from guests The Gremlins (previewing the psychedelic pop of their single 'Blast Off 1970'), 50s rock'n'roll pioneer Bob Paris, and "southern songbird" Bronwyn Neil. The show is rounded out with a medley of nostalgia favourites (with a cameo from Sinclair).
Lose your blues and get with the go-go for the next 30 minutes. It’s a happening scene on your TV screen and here’s what we mean.– Pete Sinclair opens the show
NZ Broadcasting Corporation
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