This video is from a 23 October 1965 "Shindig!" "The 'In' Crowd" is a 1964 song written by Billy Page and arranged by his brother Gene that was originally performed by Dobie Gray on his album "Dobie Gray Sings for 'In' Crowders That 'Go Go". Gray's powerful Motown-like version, complete with brass section, reached US #13 and UK #25 in 1965. In the days of 'mod' London, this ckassic became an anthem for the 'stylists' as some were called. It was featured on the soundtrack of the 1980 film "Quadrophenia".
Thanks Mike, what a joy. I'm lead singer of the Servicemen. A group I had in Paris, 1960, appeared on a show with Bobby Blue Bland, only about a year or so after he recorded "Bobby, Little Boy Blue". Brings back memories for me.
Great memories, saw Graham Central Station in Manchester on the Warner Bros showcase tour that included Tower of Power and the Doobie Bros, last minute decision to go to the first night got free tickets from Warner Bros outside the Free Trade Hall, five rows from the front, Cheers for posting