The Collectors, Tom Northcott, Northwest Company. WHERE IT'S AT Pt 2.
The Collectors, Tom Northcott, Northwest Company on the WHERE IT'S AT Special were introduced by British recording star Lulu, voted Britain's Top Female Recording Artist of 1967 who had her own TV series on BBC TV. This is Part 2 of the one hour black & white special which aired on June 26 1968 and presented the best of Vancouver, British Columbia's talent in the 1960s.to Canadian audiences on CBC TV. The special led to a half hour series of the same name. On Part 2 Tom Northcott performs his 2 biggest hits "Sunny Goodge Street" and Bob Dylan's "Girl from the North Country", the Northwest Company (with psychedelic rear screen projection & go-go dancers) sing a Rock 'n Roll medley (Rock and Roll Music, Summertime Blues, Long Tall Sally, Good Lovin',) and the Collectors perform "What is Love?" from their first album The Collectors. Now check out "Where It's At" Pt 1 which was uploaded on Nov 7 2011 with Lulu, The Collectors, Poppy Family, My Indole Ring and Papa Bear's Medicine Show. In case you're wondering who the Northwest Company go go dancers were, they're Toni Sinclair on the left and Barbara Skeet on the right. Enjoy!
A story on west coast Canadian blues guitar man, West Coast Comerford. Comerford has played in many blues bands out of Victoria, including the Rockin' Devils, All Them Blues Band and Uncle Wiggly's Hot Shoes Blues Band. The piece was published on Digita