Simply Four Guys were a somewhat above-average Merseybeat group that produced several fair, however, not great, singles for Parlophone in 1964-65. They may be mostly significant for having developed in to the curiously called Wimple Winch, mostly of the Liverpool bands to help make the changeover from Merseybeat to interesting mod and psychedelic music. Originally known as the Silhouettes, and Dee Fenton & the Silhouettes, and the Four Simply Men, they transformed their name towards the odder Simply Four Men. This is at the recommendation of EMI, who have been being threatened having a courtroom injunction from another music group phoning themselves Four Simply Men. Simply Four Men’s two singles had been “Things WON’T End up being the Same”/”That’s My Baby” (1964) and “There’s NOT JUST ONE Thing”/”Don’t Arrive Any Nearer,” all group originals penned by singer-guitarist Dimitrius Christopholus and guitarist John Kelman. They weren’t poor, particularly “Factors Will Never End up being the Same,” which acquired a hepped-up kinetic get to your guitar chording. Nor had been they innovative or outstanding, and even though the group surely got to tour with superstars like Del Shannon, the Rolling Rocks, as well as the Searchers, these were slipped by EMI. In 1966, they transformed their name to Wimple Winch and proceeded to go into even more exploratory, first directions, particularly on the multi-sectioned “Atmospheres” as well as the story-song “Rumble on Mersey Square South.” Both edges of both Parlophone singles, aswell as eight previously unreleased monitors from the period, had been issued in the Compact disc compilation The Wimple Winch Tale 1963-1968, which also contains 16 music by Wimple Winch attracted from singles and unreleased recordings.