Tonight at Cinefamily/Silent Movie Theatre: 1960s Garage Mix Film Clips Featuring Nightcrawlers, Dom Kallar Oss Mods, Obscurities Galore
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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