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This Essex, England-based beat band of the late 60s originally operated beneath the title Johnny Milton AS WELL AS THE Condors, although they didn’t record therefore. Composed of Mick Clarke (b. 10 August 1946, Grimsby, Humberside, Britain; bass/vocals), Clive Graham (drums), Johnny Milton (vocals) and Rikki Smith (lead electric guitar), they produced their debut because the Icons in 1965 with an individual, ‘One Fine Gal’, for Columbia Information, which was made by Mickie Many. Nevertheless, they experienced many line-up shuffles throughout their four-year lifestyle, with Joe Baccini (bass), Sean Corrigan (acoustic guitar) and Chris (Chas) Wade (drums) also using the group at different times. Following a cover edition of ‘Why Perform Fools Fall In Like’ didn’t procure mainstream achievement, the group turned to President Information in 1966. The very best from the seven singles they documented between after that and 1968 was a cover from the Ronettes’ ‘Greatest SECTION OF Breaking Up’, which became their second graph hit at quantity 25 in January 1968. That they had 1st reached the graphs annually previously with ‘Bye Bye Baby’, this time around a cover edition of the Four Seasons music. Both boasted the group’s special close harmony audio, but any impetus they obtained from the achievement of the singles had not been carried forward with their singular album, which people of the group publicly disowned within the press. Following the group’s dissolution, Clarke became a member of the Rubettes. Wade and Milton used the pub-rock music group JJ Foote through the mid-70s.

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