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Leading Star - Riot On Sunset - Riot On Sunset Vol.19 (CD)

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  1. "Riot on Sunset Strip", a classic song in the genre of garage punk, was written for the film by Tony Valentino and John Fleck of the Standells. The film was made for MGM but they could not move fast enough to release it so Katzman sold it to American International Pictures.
  2. Meanwhile protestors in front of the Black Cat Bar at the corner of Sunset and Hyperion were urged by speakers to make “a unified community stand in Silver Lake against brutality.” In L.A. history, this was the less dramatic counterpart to the Village’s Stonewall Riot, the birthdate of .
  3. Jan 07,  · The riot began around p.m. Wednesday night, and closed down Sunset Blvd. — the scene of much earlier clashes between law enforcement and non-mainstream types, like .
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Riot On Sunset Vol on Discogs. Label: Records - 8 5 • Series: Riot On Sunset - 19 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock3/5(1).
  5. Nov 11,  · The Sunset Strip curfew riot AKA the hippie riots, outside Pandora’s Box. Photograph: Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images Faced with a multitude of .
  6. Cultural note: The American Cinematheque is having a “Riot on Sunset Strip” film festival in September , if you happen to be in Hollywood. Film appearances by The Standells and the Chocolate Watchband are not to be missed. And more good news, there is also a bus tour in the making. Can I ride your Magic Bus?
  7. Sam Katzman (the man behind the movie Rock Around The Clock) rushed out a cash-in film Riot On Sunset Strip. All the hallmarks of the teenage movie were there - hokey plot, wooden acting and cheap sets - but the film has survived as a firm cult favourite, mainly for the night-club scenes featuring (amongst others) The Standells and The.
  8. Sixties soundtrack albums have always held a special charm, especially those released on the Tower label, from Psych-Out to Wild in the Streets to this classic, Riot on Sunset Strip. The Standells open with the title song, and it would be a refreshing change of pace to hear this clever little gem instead of "Dirty Water" for the nine millionth time on oldies and classic hits stations.

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