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Look What You Done For Me, Let's Stay Together

The Dick Cavett Show

Al Green

1972
First broadcast June 19, 1972

Look What You Done For Me, Let's Stay Together

The Dick Cavett Show

Al Green

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 2313
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Devoted To You

The Dick Cavett Show

Carly Simon

1977
With James Taylor

Devoted To You

The Dick Cavett Show

Carly Simon

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 10135
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1984, Young Americans, Footstompin'

The Dick Cavett Show

David Bowie

1974
Filmed November 2, 1974. First broadcast December 4, 1974. Includes Luther Vandross - backing vocals, David Sanborn - saxophone

1984, Young Americans, Footstompin'

The Dick Cavett Show

David Bowie

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 2966
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Two Faced Man

The Dick Cavett Show

Gary Wright

1971
First broadcast November 23, 1971. Gary Wright and Wonderwheel, with George Harrison

Two Faced Man

The Dick Cavett Show

Gary Wright

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 4404
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Devoted To You

The Dick Cavett Show

James Taylor

1977
With Carly Simon

Devoted To You

The Dick Cavett Show

James Taylor

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 10134
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To Love Somebody, Try (Just A Little Bit Harder)

The Dick Cavett Show

Janis Joplin

1969
First broadcast July 18, 1969

To Love Somebody, Try (Just A Little Bit Harder)

The Dick Cavett Show

Janis Joplin

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 4398
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Move Over, Get It While You Can

The Dick Cavett Show

Janis Joplin

1970
First broadcast June 25, 1970

Move Over, Get It While You Can

The Dick Cavett Show

Janis Joplin

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 3726
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Half Moon, My Baby

The Dick Cavett Show

Janis Joplin

1970
First broadcast August 3, 1970

Half Moon, My Baby

The Dick Cavett Show

Janis Joplin

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 4399
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We Can Be Together, Volunteers, Somebody To Love*

The Dick Cavett Show

Jefferson Airplane

1969
Filmed and broadcast the day after the Woodstock Festival, August 19, 1969. *With David Crosby

We Can Be Together, Volunteers, Somebody To Love*

The Dick Cavett Show

Jefferson Airplane

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 4389
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Woman Is The Nigger Of The World, We Are Water*

The Dick Cavett Show

John Lennon

1972
First broadcast August 5, 1972. *Yoko Ono - lead vocal, with Elephant's Memory

Woman Is The Nigger Of The World, We Are Water*

The Dick Cavett Show

John Lennon

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 6856
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Chelsea Morning, Willy, For Free, The Fiddle And The Drum

The Dick Cavett Show

Joni Mitchell

1969
Filmed and broadcast the day after the Woodstock Festival, August 19, 1969

Chelsea Morning, Willy, For Free, The Fiddle And The Drum

The Dick Cavett Show

Joni Mitchell

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 4390
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Interview with musical examples

The Dick Cavett Show

Oscar Peterson

1979

Interview with musical examples

The Dick Cavett Show

Oscar Peterson

TV showUSAB&WLive performanceEntry id = 11794
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Mrs Robinson

The Dick Cavett Show

Paul Simon

1970
First broadcast April 8, 1970

Mrs Robinson

The Dick Cavett Show

Paul Simon

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 10870
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American Tune, Still Crazy After All These Years, Loves Me Like A Rock*, Bridge Over Troubled Water*

The Dick Cavett Show

Paul Simon

1974
First broadcast September 5, 1974. *With the Jesse Dixon Singers

American Tune, Still Crazy After All These Years, Loves Me Like A Rock*, Bridge Over Troubled Water*

The Dick Cavett Show

Paul Simon

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 4405
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Includes - Shake, Feel So Bad, I Can't Stop Loving You, Am I Blue*

The Dick Cavett Show

Ray Charles

1972
Filmed September 18, 1972, first broadcast January 26, 1973.*With Dick Cavett

Includes - Shake, Feel So Bad, I Can't Stop Loving You, Am I Blue*

The Dick Cavett Show

Ray Charles

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 4084
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Thank You

The Dick Cavett Show

Sly and the Family Stone

1970
First broadcast July 13, 1970

Thank You

The Dick Cavett Show

Sly and the Family Stone

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 4013
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I Want To Take You Higher

The Dick Cavett Show

Sly and the Family Stone

1971
First broadcast June 8, 1971

I Want To Take You Higher

The Dick Cavett Show

Sly and the Family Stone

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 15488
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4+20

The Dick Cavett Show

Stephen Stills

1969
Filmed and broadcast the day after the Woodstock Festival, August 19, 1969

4+20

The Dick Cavett Show

Stephen Stills

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 4391
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Signed Sealed Delivered I'm Yours, Never Dreamed You'd Leave In Summer

The Dick Cavett Show

Stevie Wonder

1970
First broadcast August 11, 1970

Signed Sealed Delivered I'm Yours, Never Dreamed You'd Leave In Summer

The Dick Cavett Show

Stevie Wonder

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 4402
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High Noon

The Dick Cavett Show

Tex Ritter

1970
First broadcast August 11, 1970

High Noon

The Dick Cavett Show

Tex Ritter

TV showUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 4403