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The T.A.M.I. Show Collector's Edition

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In the top three of all rock movies . . . - Quentin Tarantino<BR>
It is the Greatest, Grooviest, Wildest, Most Exciting Beat Blast Ever to Pound the Screen!<BR>
Filmed just eight months after The Beatles appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show, THE T.A.M.I. SHOW introduced rock n soul youth culture to America in the first concert movie of the rock era. One of the rarest and most sought-after performance films from its time, the 1964 concert event featured future Rock and Roll Hall of Famers The Rolling Stones, James Brown, Chuck Berry, The Beach Boys, Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles, The Supremes and many other American and British Invasion hitmakers in their prime.<BR>
This legendary film has never been available on DVD and has not been seen in its entirety since it originally appeared in theaters in 1964. Mastered from a new High Definition transfer and UNCUT, this complete version features the Beach Boys performances that were removed following the films initial theatrical run. This is what music fans have been waiting for: the ultimate collectors edition of this long-unavailable landmark film.<BR>
Filmed at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, October 29, 1964<BR>
Jan & Dean<BR>
* (Here They Come) From All Over The World<BR>
Chuck Berry<BR>
* Johnny B. Goode<BR>
* Maybellene<BR>
Gerry And The Pacemakers<BR>
* Maybellene <BR>
* Dont Let The Sun Catch You Crying<BR>
* Its Gonna Be Alright<BR>
Chuck Berry<BR>
* Sweet Little Sixteen<BR>
Gerry And The Pacemakers<BR>
* How Do You Do It?<BR>
Chuck Berry <BR>
* Nadine (Is It You?)<BR>
Gerry And The Pacemakers<BR>
* I Like It<BR>
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles <BR>
* Thats What Love Is Made Of<BR>
* Youve Really Got A Hold On Me <BR>
* Mickeys Monkey<BR>
Marvin Gaye <BR>
* Stubborn Kind Of Fellow<BR>
* Pride And Joy<BR>
* Can I Get A Witness<BR>
* Hitch Hike<BR>
Lesley Gore<BR>
* Maybe I Know<BR>
* You Dont Own Me<BR>
* You Didnt Look Around<BR>
* Hey Now<BR>
* Its My Party<BR>
* Judys Turn To Cry<BR>
Jan & Dean <BR>
* The Little Old Lady (From Pasadena)<BR>
* Sidewalk Surfin <BR>
The Beach Boys <BR>
* Surfin U.S.A.<BR>
* I Get Around<BR>
* Surfer Girl<BR>
* Dance, Dance, Dance<BR>
Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas <BR>
* Little Children<BR>
* Bad To Me<BR>
* I ll Keep You Satisfied<BR>
* From A Window<BR>
The Supremes<BR>
* When The Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes<BR>
* Run, Run, Run<BR>
* Baby Love<BR>
* Where Did Our Love Go<BR>
The Barbarians <BR>
* Hey Little Bird<BR>
James Brown & The Flames <BR>
* Out Of Sight<BR>
* Prisoner Of Love<BR>
* Please, Please, Please<BR>
* Night Train<BR>
The Rolling Stones <BR>
* Around And Around<BR>
* Off The Hook<BR>
* Time Is On My Side<BR>
* Its All Over Now<BR>
* Im All Right<BR>
All Performers<BR>
* Show Close: Lets Get Together<BR>
Bonus Features <BR>
* New Commentary by Director Steve Binder<BR>
* Original T.A.M.I Show Radio Spots<BR>
* Original Trailer with Commentary by John Landis <BR>
* Commemorative Booklet<BR>


Filmed in 1964 at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, this is arguably the very best rock-concert movie ever made, packed start to finish with nearly two hours of absolutely essential performances by an unprecedented group of American and British rock, pop, soul, and Motown legends. Dig this lineup: Marvin Gaye, the Supremes (look for Teri Garr as one of the dancers during "Where Did Our Love Go?"), Chuck Berry, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, Gerry and the Pacemakers, Leslie Gore, Jan and Dean, a phenomenal James Brown and the Flames, followed (!) by the Rolling Stones rising to the occasion after Brown's legendary performance (Keith Richards has said that performing after Brown was perhaps the biggest mistake the band ever made). Never released on home video, The T.A.M.I. Show was the holy grail of rock-concert movies. Those who have had to make do with substandard and incomplete bootlegs will agree that it was worth the wait for this collector's edition that restores the long-lost Beach Boys set (listen to director Steve Binder's audio commentary for the story behind its removal). --Donald Liebenson

Special Features

New Commentary by Director Steve Binder
Original T.A.M.I Show Radio Spots
Original Trailer with Commentary by John Landis
Commemorative Booklet

Product Details

  • Actors: The Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys, James Brown and The Flames, Chuck Berry, Marvin Gaye
  • Directors: Steve Binder
  • Format: Mono, Collector's Edition, Black & White, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: 10 SPOT
  • DVD Release Date: March 23, 2010
  • Run Time: 112 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (367 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0030ATZIA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,334 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The T.A.M.I. Show Collector's Edition" on IMDb

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By Tante Maren TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 5, 2010
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On October 28th and 29th in 1964, free tickets were given to all the local high school students in and around Santa Monica, California to attend the first ever T.A.M.I. Show. T.A.M.I. was used as a shortened version of the name Teenage Awards Music International, also known as Teen Age Music International. This 1964 concert show was filmed in 2 days and the best of the film's footage was used for the two hour movie which was shown in theaters all around the world. The director Steve Binder and his crew from the Steve Allen show filmed this concert with tv camera's and recorded it in Electronovision-one of the first ever high definition video camera's that captured 1000 to 1100 lines at 25 fps. The resolution of this film was super high definition and way ahead of it's time!

The concert was filmed at Santa Monica Civic Auditorium and was emceed by Jan and Dean. The director Steve Binder begins the movie with great shots of the streets of Santa Monica showing Jan and Dean skate boarding on the streets and the rest of the groups getting ready for the concert. It is absolutely wonderful to see what life looked like on the streets of Santa Monica back in 1964, and especially seeing those very first skate boards! For those of us that were around back then, it brings back all those great sixties memories, especially if you were a teenager!

James Brown (and The Flames) was at his best with his great singing and dancing as were The Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys, Chuck Berry, The Barbarians, Marvin Gaye, Gerry and The Pacemakers, Lesley Gore, Jan and Dean, Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles and The Supremes. It was a concert composed of great music from both America and Britain.
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In 1964, at the age of 12, I saw T.A.M.I. for the first time. But it wasn't my last. I must have watched this phenomenal concert at least a dozen times; sitting through showing after showing at the neighborhood movie theater over several days. True, I was only age 12, but the memories never faded and grew stronger over the past 42 years. Recalling some of the performers, Chuck Berry, Lesley Gore, Beach Boys, Rolling Stones [with Mick Jagger's signature gyrations], Martha and The Vandellas, Four Tops, Gerry and The Pacemakers, Marvin Gaye, The Supremes and the list goes on, but the greatest of all, Mr. Dynamite, James Brown. That performance is literally one of the greatest dancing and singing performances of the Rock and Roll and Rhythm and Blues era of all time. Every entertainer that has evolved through the 21st century, took their dancing cue, and rhythm section from the 'hardest working man in show business, James Brown.' The T.A.M.I. Show could have ended with him. Nevertheless, the energy throughout the show was absolutely crazy and contagious. The young people, Black and White together, screaming for the entertainers, dancing and just going berserk. The 'go-go' dancers and simple stage set-up kept the focus on the performer on stage at that time. In an era of racism, prejudice, civil rights movement and segregation, The T.A.M.I. Show for a while helped us all to forget our trouble and fears and differences in skin color and just have fun. Teenagers of America have fun.
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The Holy Grail of rock concert films has finally surfaced, and this time it looks like its release is for real. Several years ago an announcement was made that The TAMI Show was going to be released, but it was pulled almost immediately after the announcement.

When this film was released I was the ripe old age of 17; my local theater ran it for 3 days and I sat through several showings each day. I thought it was the greatest thing I'd ever seen--especially The Rolling Stones; they completely blew me away. Now, I'm the ripe old age of 63 and I'm as excited as that 17-year-old kid who lapped up showing after showing of this film. All our favorites performed at TAMI, including my then-heartthrobs Lesley Gore and Diana Ross.

March 23rd won't come soon enough. I've told my friends I've completely reserved the first weekend of TAMI's release to watch this show over and over; unless they intend to watch it with me, they needn't bother dropping by. I'll be unavailable. I've waited 45 years for this moment.

I have only one request to make of Dick Clark: If this release sells well, and you have purchased all the rights to the performances, will you be able to release a 2nd edition featuring the songs that didn't appear in the original film? Do that, and Mr. Clark will have sent one diehard fan straight to heaven!
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This is not a real review, per se. I just want to correct some misconceptions from other reviewers. This is indeed the whole and complete T.A.M.I Show. The reviewers who think that The Ronettes, Ray Charles and Ike and Tina performed at the T.A.M.I. Show are mistaken. The afore mentioned performers appeared in a 1966 sequel of sorts entitled the Big T.N.T. show. Excerpts from both shows were packaged in a bootleg called "This Was Rock". This is probably where the confusion comes from.
I saw the T.A.M.I. show during its brief theatrical run. I never forgot it. A definite formative moment for me.
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