All you need Is Love - "Introductory Programme"
ID: ISL-01-0317
Format: SD

Preview into the series of All you Need is Love . An overview of the series with some footage of interviews and performances that didn't feature in later individual episodes. Montage of McCartney, Elvis, Eric Clapton, Liberace, Cliff Richard. Locations such as Liverpool, New Orleans, San Francisco, Memphis, Missouri, Danube etc. Jerry Lee Lewis features in the origins of rock and roll. Shots of Elton John and The Rolling Stones backstage. Bing Crosby features in the episode on swing with Artie Shaw, Cab Calloway, Benny Goodman. Liberace appears in the episode covering music hall and vaudeville.7:30 Liberace interacting with audience. There is an entire episode dedicated to The Beatles. 9.00 Murray Kaufman aka Murray The K on breaking The Beatles in the USA. 9.48. There is an episode on Tin Pan Alley with Irving Caesar discussing song writing. and also Perry Como, Irving Berlin and George Gershwin.13:50 Richard Rogers composer.14:50 Glynis Johns 15:30 Dizzy Gillespie singing and discussing bebop.17:00 rare (c) Charlie Parker clip. Dave Brubeck, Count Basie and Earl 'Fatha' Hines all appear in the episode on jazz.. 18:16 Buddy Rich explaining technique and playing a drum solo.20:10 Joan Baez playing in an episode on folk. 22:50 Leon Rosselson singing in protest songs episode.24:00 Glen Campbell in an episode on country.25:00 Dulcimer player Jean Ritchie.26:12 The Everly Brothers. Interview with Don Everly.27:35 Leon Russell.28:12 Roy Rogers.28:45 Dr John.30:20 African origins of music.31:00 Jimmy Reed playing the blues.32:00 Hoagy Carmichael.33:30 Aretha Franklin.34:19 Professor Longhair.34:45 Bukka White.35:00 shots of Beale Street, home of the blues- the last footage filmed before it was pulled down.35:35 John Mayall.36:19 Helen Humes.38:00 Billie Holiday.38:23 interview with Dusty Springfield. 39:15 (c) Judy Garland.41:00 Studio recording session with Bob Johnson producing New Riders of the Purple Sage.42:00 Eric Clapton playing 'Layla'.45:12 Sylvie Vartan. 45:40 (c) Little Richard 45:53 (c) Elton John.46:20 (C0 Edith Piaf.46:46 The Bee Gees. 48 :00 Wings with Paul McCartney.49:49 Bo Diddly plays over end credits