This end of season finale of 60s pop show C'Mon's mixes high energy with a hint of melancholy. Host Peter Sinclair clearly has no idea that C'Mon will soon be renewed. Regulars Mr Lee Grant, Herma Kiel, Sandy Edmonds, and The Chicks compress 21 songs into a frenetic half hour, including classics by The Beatles, Cat Stevens and The Seekers. Ray Woolf rocks out, the dancers are unstoppable, and the show moves so fast it's hard to believe that it was filmed live. The second clip features a big medley; four minutes in, Mr Lee Grant twice lands uncomfortably, before getting up to pull off a dance to his song 'Opportunity'.
Hi swingers. Come on in, the music’s fine, on this, the final C'Mon show for 1967. If you've switched on, switch in, because we've got the go-go girls, go-go music, go-go motion, and this is the last time they're gonna hit your screens.– Host Peter Sinclair opens the show
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Opening credits song 'Come On, Come On' performed by American singer Freddy Cannon
Extended AudioCulture articles on C'Mon, including memories from producer Kevan Moore
AudioCulture profile of C'Mon's resident band The Keil Isles