P J Proby caused a sensation in 1964/1965 when he broke big in Britain.He had previously sang demo discs for Elvis Presley and a lot of Presleys style could be found in his performances.His records "Hold Me" "Somewhere" and "I Apologise" soared up the British charts.That was until his trousers split on stage and revealed more than they were supposed to and promotors and T.V companies were not prepared to take the risk with him.
Proby's 1960's performances are so rare to find on film and although some of the performances here are not all of the highest quality all are one are totally watchable.
19 1960's song and interview performances plus a few 70's/80's/90's performances.Some numbers are featured more than once but in different shows.
Interview 1964 with Keith Forsyth----Walking the Dog----Cumberland Gap--- I Believe---Your never walk alone [poor fim quality]----Hold Me----Let the water run down---Walking the dog the way I do---Let the water run down---That means a lot----Mission Bells---Somewhere---Let the water run down---Interview with Simon Dee---Hold on to what you've got----Unknown Number---Whats wrong with my world---You can't come home again-----Whats wrong with my world----Somwhere [1970's]----I Apologise [1970's]----Hold Me [1980's]-----Interview with Noel Edmunds [1980's]----Somewhere [1990's]
Posted by Unknown on 30th May 2019
I really enjoyed this dvd of a great artist of the 60s, it brought back some great memories
Posted by DES CULPAN on 20th Nov 2015
if you are like myself a big pjp fan you have to have this, i think you need to use white faced printable cd's to copy with, abit pricey but if thats the price, let it be.
Posted by Ron Tennant on 13th Jan 2015
Great DVD featuring clips by a singer who most people thought would be the new King when he emerged in April 1964 on the "Around The Beatles" TV show. In 1965 he split his trousers a few times on British theatre stages & got banned. This held back his career. In 2014 he was still going strong & at 76 he looked & sounded wonderful onstage. This DVD is full of lovely clips from his younger days ending with his "Barrymore" appearance in 1995.P.J. is on facebook & has a great web site also.
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