Watch 50 orginal videos by the Outiders, O65, Maskers, Shane, Motions, Zipps and more....
|This video shows The Beatles arriving at schiphol Airport Amsterdam in june 1964 and the welcoming crowds in the City centre.||The visit of the Beatles in june 1964 and their perfomance at the village of Blokker on the 4th of june jump started the Dutch beat explosion||2 monthe later, aug '64, another influen-tial concert took place: The Stones at the Kurhaus It lasted only 2 songs. Watch and you know why...||The Dutch youth loved the Pretty Things. In '65 they played at Blokker. The drummer was in an excellent form.||On the opening night of a new Beatclub Lijn 3 in Amsterdam, near the Vondelpark, the national news made a small docu. Some music scenes included||Hai in de Rai : A short documentary about a beat festival in 1968 at the Rai centre in Amsterdam. This venue normally hosted big auto show evemts.||This a small Journal item about a Beatconcours in Utrecht in sept 1966, which was won by the Mods from Nijmegen.||Another film from a youth gathering in 1968. It features a somewhat square fashion show. This time its situated in the City of Rotterdam||Off course being from Mokum i' am starting my bandclips with the Outsiders. A nice clip with Lying all the time .released in 1966||The Outsiders with Thinking about today. Its a bit a static view but we cant complain, there are not many videos off this band.||The Outsiders with their Single "Dont you worry about me" As happens with many good records, it didnt became a huge seller.||Another late 1968 single form the Outsiders Daddy died on Sateruday. I prefer the B-side,: Do you feel alright.||In days before Youtube this it was a rare 1968 clip of The Outsiders with nice scenery of the Harbour The title is "cup of hot coffee"||n my opion the first Dutchbeat record: Dracula by ZZ& en de Maskers released in 1963||this is a another slick Performance by ZZ en de Maskers with "Shake Hands: which is, unlike the title suggests, sung in the Dutch language||"Ik heb genoeg van jou" is the title of this Maskerssung from 1964. It translates to " I am fed up with you", but don't expect some garage punk....||Very early Dutchbeat from Amsterdam. 1963 Surfsong from Johnny & the Cellar Rockers. He Psssssst||Zen with their great coverversion of the musical hit Hair 1969, Its a small clubhit in the sixties Mod scene at the moment.||This tune of Roek William and his fighting Cats is an example of soft beatmusic with orchestral support. Not bad though....||Linda van Dijk became more famous as an actress, than a singer. This is a clip of the single Stengun which she made with the Boo Boo's||Group 1850 had its roots in Amsterdam and The Hague. They were in a league of their own, and made some brilliant psych songs. ' I know'||"I wan t More" is from the same TV performance as " I know" on NRCV in 1968, This was a very Christian Channel. Grroup 1850 wasn't.||This video was a promo clip for their single Zero/Frozen mind. Its my favorite single from this group||Here are some live Images from the Marathon club with Q65, the Dutch Pretty Things from The Hague. Known for their raw music style.||This is a clip showing Q65 performing for Dutch TV. Its without the original sound. Like The Outsiders they still have many fans around the world||Another clip with Frans Krassenburg as leadsinger of The Golden Earrings. 'Daddy buy me a girl"||"That day" is a classic '66 Dutchbeat song by the Golden Earrings from the Hague. It was recorded in England||Some weird images accompany the song 'Sound of the screaming day' Its the first single with Barry Hay (Ex The Haigs). Not yet as leadsinger||This is Definitefely not my cup of thea, i prefer coffee, but their is some nice dancing going on in this footage.||The Motions an English styled Mod band from The Hague. This clip made fror their soul balad "Wasted Words"||This is a video by The Motions made for a coverversion they released of The Four Tops clasic 'Its the Same old song'||I love the fact that this video shows the band, Hu anr The Hilltops playing, but also seeing shots form the Inn-Crowd dancing||The next two videos from the 'The Haigs' are recorded in a Modern art museum (i think Stedelijk in Amsterdam) This is Beat par excellence||Their first song in the Muesum clip is titled Thats the way she' , The 'next one is called "Never Die '. If your lucky you can find them on one 7 inch.||The Sandy Coast from the Hague became a popular band in the 70s, but in the 60s they made some excellent singles. Listen to their version 'Will meet again||Another Amazing double feature from Mod band The Shane from The Hague. We pcoverd this single: 'Gotte hold on ' with The Kliek||On the second clip they perform the Bside of their second single Lady Bountifull '||Well i am sure there is nothing to tell about tthis song, yuo dont already: know. So i just name the title: Venus||Shocking Blue with: Never Marry a railroad man. A sung from 1970, but in a sixties spirit. See if you can spot Emma Peel!!||We know there were better times for Bonny St Claire. Watch these rare images with the Jets, accompanied with some nice dancing||The ZIPPS. A live perfomance on Dutch TV in '66 with their Cult hit "kicks and chicks" The voioce is a bit to loud but its stil Awesome!!||A video of a Les Baroques with there hit single Such a cad. 1966. Monkees style stupidity||A Nice videoclip form Cuby & The Blizzards, featuring Van Morrison. 1966. This Outside scenery is the national zoo in Amsterdam.||One of te lesser known beatbands the Dukes hails from the City of Arnhem.They produced a pretty good cover version of Friday on my mind||From Oude Pekela in the northern part of the Netherlands stems the Rodys. They made a lot of crafty Beat records.. "Take her home was a big hit||'Sleep Sleep Sleep ' is one of the lesser known songs by the Rodys.||From Zzeeland came Dragonfly, who made only three singles, but left a lasting impress-ion with their psy-chedelic sound. the real clip starts at 1.28||The Eddysons made a clip for their Single Ups and downs. Not the best Beat, but the clip has some intersting features||Last but not least incredible color footage of an obscure Beatband from Winterswijk in a german documentary. 'Beatfest im Zelt"|