This programme charts the roller-coaster career of the quintessential sixties group - from the folk scene to international stardom, and to drugs and despair when the '60s dream turned to '70s nightmare. With haunting arrangements and memorable lyrics the story of John Phillips, Cass Elliot, Michelle Phillips and Denny Docherty unfolds. John Phillips, the songwriter of 'California Dreaming', 'Monday Monday' and 'San Francisco' (Be Sure To Wear Flowers In Your Hair), intimately describes his journey to the brink of hell before returning to number one in the 1990s. Mama Cass and Papa John are no longer living but they and Michelle and Denny leave a unique musical legacy. This film provides a lasting reminder of one of the finest groups from the 1960s.
Tracklisting: - Creeque Alley - Monday Monday - Straight Shooter - I Saw Her Again - Go Where You Wanna Go - Got a Feeling - Dedicated to the One I Love - Twelve Thirty - People Like Us - California Dreamin' - Dream a Little Dream of Me