Beat! Beat! Beat! (1966– )

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"Beat Beat Beat" was produced and broadcast by HR (Hessischer Rundfunk) very often in co-operation with the US-Forces Station AFN in Frankfurt. The series run from 7 January 1966 to 7 ... See full summary »


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  • Cherry Wainer and Don Storer in Beat! Beat! Beat! (1966)
  • Herman's Hermits in Beat! Beat! Beat! (1966)
  • Mal Sondock in Beat! Beat! Beat! (1966)
  • The Lords in Beat! Beat! Beat! (1966)
  • Neil Christian in Beat! Beat! Beat! (1966)
  • Benny Andersson, Svenne Hedlund, and The Hepstars in Beat! Beat! Beat! (1966)

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26 July 2005 | cutterccbaxter
Translated To English "Beat! Beat! Beat!" Means "Beat! Beat! Beat!"
I saw a bootleg of this show this past weekend. It featured many of the big British bands of the day like The Yardbirds, The Hollies, Freddie And The Dreamers, Brian Auger, The Tremeloes, Herman's Hermits. Beat! Beat! Beat! was great because the bands performed live as opposed to lip syncing and it seemed like every band had great energy on stage. It's fun to see the 1960s German kids dancing to the music. The host has to switch back and forth between English and German during a few brief interviews with some of the bands. From what I saw this show is a great visual and audio document from a very exciting period in rock music.

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7 January 1966

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German


Country of Origin

West Germany

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