The T.A.M.I. Show

The T.A.M.I. Show

Director: Steve Binder Cast: Teri Garr

DVD (Special Edition / Wide Screen)

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Product Details

Release Date: 03/23/2010
UPC: 0826663117424
Original Release: 1964
Rating: NR
Source: Shout Factory
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:52:00
Sales rank: 6,344

Special Features

Closed Caption; Commentary by director Steve Binder; Original trailer with commentary by John Landis; Original T.A.M.I show radio spots; Commemorative booklet

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- T.A.M.I. Show
1. Jan and Dean - Show Open: (Here They Come) From All Over the World [4:44]
2. Chuck Berry - Johnny B. Goode [2:00]
3. Chuck Berry - Maybellene [:41]
4. Gerry and the Pacemakers - Maybellene [1:26]
5. Gerry and the Pacemakers - Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying [2:29]
6. Gerry and the Pacemakers - It's Gonna Be Alright [2:07]
7. Chuck Berry - Sweet Little Sixteen [1:07]
8. Gerry and the Pacemaker - How Do You Do It? [1:06]
9. Chuck Berry - Nadine (Is it You?) [1:11]
10. Gerry and the Pacemakers - I Like It [1:38]
11. Smokey Robinson and the Miracles - That's What Love is Make Of [2:05]
12. Smokey Robinson and the Miracles - You've Really Got a Hold on Me [3:37]
13. Smokey Robinson and the Miracles - Mickey's Monkey [5:08]
14. Marvin Gaye - Stubborn Kind of Fellow [1:12]
15. Marvin Gaye - Pride and Joy [1:25]
16. Marvin Gaye - Can I Get a Witness [1:41]
17. Marvin Gaye - Hitch Hike [2:36]
18. Lesley Gore - Maybe I Know [1:45]
19. Lesley Gore - You Don't Own Me [1:57]
20. Lesley Gore - You Didn't Look Around [2:30]
21. Lesley Gore - Hey Now [2:16]
22. Lesley Gore - It's My Party [1:12]
23. Lesley Gore - Judy's Turn to Cry [:56]
24. Jan and Dean - The Little Old Lady (From Pasadena) [2:34]
25. Jan and Dean - Sidewalk Surfin' [2:15]
26. The Beach Boys - Surfin' U.S.A. [2:33]
27. The Beach Boys - I Get Around [2:04]
28. The Beach Boys - Surfer Girl [2:25]
29. The Beach Boys - Dance, Dance, Dance [1:58]
30. Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas - Little Children [1:52]
31. Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas - Bad to Me [1:31]
32. Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas - I'll Keep You Satisfied [:58]
33. Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas - From a Window [1:56]
34. The Surpremes - When the Loverlight Starts Shining Through His Eyes [1:19]
35. The Surpremes - Run, Run, Run [1:27]
36. The Surpremes - Baby Love [1:51]
37. The Surpremes - Where Did Your Love Go [2:40]
38. The Barbarians - Hey Little Bird [2:32]
39. James Brown and the Flames - Out of Sight [3:31]
40. James Brown and the Flames - Prisoner of Love [3:30]
41. James Brown and the Flames - Please, Please, Please [6:15]
42. James Brown and the Flames - Night Train [5:01]
43. The Rolling Stones - Around and Around [2:52]
44. The Rolling Stones - Off the Hook [2:37]
45. The Rolling Stones - Time is on My Side [2:39]
46. The Rolling Stones - It's All Over Now [3:14]
47. The Rolling Stones - I'm All Right [3:12]
48. All Performers - Show Close: Let's Get Together [2:26]

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The T.A.M.I. Show 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
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Excellant, enjoy seeing some of the old acts before they become famous!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this collection of rare footage gems. When I started watching this I never would have guessed the James Brown performance would be my favorite. I now understand why he was called the "hardest working man in show business". My husband and I also had fun trying to see how many times we could spot Terri Garr as a backup dancer. Great footage of the Beach Boys - especially seeing Brian & Dennis Wilson. The screaming teenagers are funny to watch. This was all filmed 8 months after the Beatles appeared on the Ed Sullivan show. Leslie Gore looks so prim and proper compared to many of the other acts, but her songs are great. Jan and Dean were the hosts and they seemed pretty hokey, but the rest was so much fun to watch.
poughkeepsiejohn More than 1 year ago
It's inconcievable to think that "The TAMI Show" has never been available on video or DVD. Produced in 1964 and filmed at The Santa Monica Civic Center, this riotously exciting concert film is all killer and no filler. Aside from intros by Jan & Dean (who also perform), there is hardly any banter. Just memorable music and infectuous dancing by go-go performers. Shot in a kineoscope-camera style that was known as "Electronovision", "The TAMI Show" was initially shown in a limited release and under different names---it should be pointed out that this version bears the titles "Teen Age Command Performance". But make no mistake: This is the real find. Made just a few months after The Beatles appeared on "The Ed Sullivan Show", the crowd at Santa Monica is filled with screaming teenage girls, who are just as much part of the show as the performers. It opens with Chuck Berry doing a couple of songs and then segues into Gerry & The Pacemakers doing their tunes (as well as a Chuck Berry song). We can see immediately the melding of black music and white music together in a joyous combination. There is a smattering of Motown acts here as well, such as Smokey Robinson & The Miracles, Diana Ross & The Supremes and Marvin Gaye, who even in a cheesy white tuxedo looks fantastic; of course, when he sings "Pride & Joy" and "Stubborn Kind Of Fellow", he sings fantastic. When Leslie Gore shows up, she looks like Sarah Jessica Parker in an audition for "Hairspray" with her Turnblad-ish hairstyle. Yet, she does a magnificent medley of songs, including "Maybe I'll Know", "It's My Party" and "You Don't Own Me", a pre-feminist anthem that gets everyone's heartstrings. Then The Beach Boys appear, with Brian Wilson looking a bit tired (he would suffer a nervous breakdown a month after this film came out) but still performing a breathtaking version of "Surfer Girl", that predates the beauty he would find in making "Pet Sounds". But when the garage band, The Barbarians, start to play, you can see the glorious sloppiness of the Nuggets generation that would soon proliferate. If there is a real highlight in the show, there are two of them at the end. One is James Brown & The Famous Flames. He does four songs on this show, including probably the best version ever done of "Please, Please, Please". After he sings that, you can clearly see that JB has the audience under his command. And there's more. His good-foot dancing. His splits. His robe given to him by Danny Ray. And the way he playfully teases the crowd by almost throwing his tie into the audience. And the other highlight is The Rolling Stones. Like The Barbarians, The Stones come across as sloppy. But they're also fun to watch, something which can't be said about the current Stones. Yet, you watch Mick Jagger's jumping and prancing and you realize why he's still a consummate performer today. As excellent as JB is, The Stones come pretty close to topping him. This is a film that can easily be ranked with the best rock and roll films ever. This includes "A Hard Day's Night", "Gimme Shelter", "American Grafitti", "The Last Waltz", "Purple Rain", "Stop Making Sense" and "Almost Famous". It really is that great.
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