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The Dick Cavett Show: Rock Icons features 9 episodes from 1969 to 1974 featuring Janis Joplin, David Bowie, George Harrison, Sly And The Family Stone, Stevie Wonder and many more. Highlights include 3 episodes with Janis Joplin and "The Woodstock Show," taped the day after the festival with Jefferson Airplane, Joni Mitchell, David Crosby and Stephen Stills. The shows also feature Cavett's interviews with many of the fascinating personalities of the day from Gloria Swanson to Debbie Reynolds to Raquel Welch.
Also included is the featurette Cavett Meets The Rolling Stones, featuring live performance footage from the Stones and a revealing backstage interview with Mick Jagger. Adding insight and perspective to the set are episode introductions and a brand new interview with Dick Cavett.
Over 25 Historic Performances on 3 DVDs including:
Chelsea Morning Joni Mitchell
Somebody To Love Jefferson Airplane with David Crosby
Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Again) Sly And The Family Stone
Young Americans David Bowie
To Love Somebody Janis Joplin
Try (Just A Little Bit Harder) Janis Joplin
Signed, Sealed, Delivered Im Yours Stevie Wonder
Bangla Desh George Harrison
Still Crazy After All These Years Paul Simon
Bridge Over Troubled Water Paul Simon with The Jessy Dixon Singers
Dick is a very witty guy.
i believe he is a genius and have always enjoyed and admired him.
I bought this dvd primarily for The Stones. Unfortunately they are not included in my version although they are mentioned on the cover. Total rip off in my view.Published 8 months ago by Kristen Ryan
I bought this for the Janis Joplin appearances. Cavett seems uncomfortable with most of the other "rock icons" and they clearly don't trust him, but the unusual... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Gene StJohn
I just came to check out this listing after just now watching the Sly interview. Great performance of Mice Elf. Then Sly and Cavett interact in some sort of interview. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Green Manalishi
Dick Cavett is great and I am sure these interviews are incredible, but I failed to notice that the collections DOES NOT INCLUDE Jimi Hendrix which is the one I really wanted.Published on October 6, 2013 by EMALIE OBERST
Cavett is an acquired taste. His interviews are thoughtful but his style grates on me. Plus he is so full of himself that he comes off as condensening at best. Read morePublished on April 12, 2013 by Chris Keeler