The above is the intro from Dom Kallar Oss Mods, an obscure Swedish miscreant youth doc, one of a handful of intriguing garage band clips and short films being shown tonight at the Cinefamily at the Silent Movie Theatre on Fairfax. Sounds cool, reprinted below from the program description:
"The night's mix includes clips from: Dom Kallar Oss Mods, an obscure Swedish doc (featuring the Lea Riders Group) that covers the lives of the aimless youth on the streets of Stockholm; Kiddie-A-Go-Go, a '60s Chicago variation on Romper Room where garage bands would play for gyrating five-year-olds; Beloved Invaders, which documents The Ventures' tour of Japan; musical movie moments from Japan's "Group Sound" scene, with bands like The Spiders and The Tigers; highlights from Dame Un Poco De Amooor...!, the lone vehicle for Los Bravos, Spain's answer to the Monkees; and, in its entirety, the 40-minute doc Little Black Egg, about the song of the same name which has long been a garage covers standard, and was first done by The Nightcrawlers (who took it into the Billboard Top 100)."
Details here. Rock song below:
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