A short run for Faith's only solo music series, supported by his band The Roulettes,
singing group The Kestrels with orchestrations by Harry Rabinowitz.
Guests over the series included Helen Shapiro, Ottilee Patterson and and the then
unknown Cloda Rodgers.
Faith had been a familiar face on British TV since 1957, even appearing on Six-Five
Special with his skiffle group The Worried Men, but was the one of the last of that
first wave of British pops stars to be given his own series. It was about half way
through the series that the first single by The Beatles was released, an event which
would determine what would happen to the careers of Faith and his contemporaries
over the next few years.
Actor and ex-Drumbeat regular Faith had a couple of specials afforded to him by ATV,
but this would be the only time he would lead his own show as a singer. However he
would re-appear and a TV star later in the decade as failed criminal Budgie in the
long running London Weekend series.
This series has also been seen as Adam Faith Sings Songs Old and New.