Top of the Pops, 5 August 1976: Ruby Flipper dance while David Dundas performs Jeans On Thanks to Andeebee for the YouTube post. from the old blog, Tuesday, 1 February 2011 Here’s another Ruby Flipper routine, dancing to Jeans On while David Dundas sings and plays. I don’t suppose there are any other feasible outfits […]
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Top of the Pops, 7 November 74: Pan’s People dance to Then Came You by Dionne Warwick & The Detroit Spinners Here’s another rare Pan’s People performance courtesy of a generous donor. American should hits were the bread & butter of Pan’s People’s repertoire, and this is an excellent example. Going by their outfits and […]
Two Ronnies, Series 3, Episode 3, 25 October 1973: Pan’s People dance to Yesterday by José Feliciano.
The Two Ronnies, Series 3, Episode 5, 22 November 1973: Pan’s People dance to Singalong Junk by Paul McCartney.
Top of the Pops, 14 May 1981: Legs & Co. dance to Starsounds Stars on 45. Only 27 seconds of this one, I’m afraid. I don’t know if a full-length performance of this routine was ever broadcast: I’ve only ever seen this excerpt, as part of an extended chart rundown. Shame, really, since by this […]
The Two Ronnies Series 3, Episode 2, 11 October 1973: Pan’s People dance to Philly Dog by Bill Black’s Combo.
Pan’s People on The Tow Ronnies, dancing to Bobby Keys’ Altar Rock. What’s this tune called then? It’s from Bobby Keys’ self-titled 1972 solo album: both Amazon and iTunes call it “Bootleg”. But here’s Bobby himself in 2012, playing the song he calls “Bootleg”. It seems pretty clear to me that this is the tune […]
Top of the Pops, 22 June 1973: Pan’s People dance to Take Me to the Mardi Gras by Paul Simon. I was sent this routine last summer by an anonymous benefactor. Thanks again for your generosity.
Here’s a couple of tantalisingly brief clips from The titles of the 1974 Jack Jones Show, featuring Pan’s People.
Top of the Pops, 1 October 1981: Legs & Co. dance to Seasons of Gold by Gidea Park. From the old blog, Monday, 1 August 2011: Here we go again with yet another of those hits medley records that the charts were awash with in the easrly eighties. This time it’s Gidea Park’s Seasons of […]