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Stephen Jameson

b. 1949, London, Britain. This singer-songwriter’s 1st success was included with the duo Truth, who experienced a UK Best 40 hit having a cover from the Beatles ‘Lady’ on Pye in 1966. He documented single for Pye and its own subsidiary Dawn in the first 70s, under his personal name, …

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The Lee Kings

The Lee Kings were a short-lived Swedish rock quintet who rode the wave from the Uk Invasion to multiple appearances in theTop Ten of their country’s singles chart in 1966 and 1967. Produced in 1964 as Lenne & the Lee Kings, founding associates included Lenne Broberg, guitarists Bengt Dahlén and …

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Roger James Cooke

Among Britain’s most prolific songwriting experts, Roger Make first found prominence through the Uk Invasion, usually employed in tandem with Roger Greenaway. Following the set hit big using the Fortunes’ oldies radio staple “YOU HAVE Your Problems,” they continuing to crank out strikes for a long time to arrive, also …

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The Ministry of Sound

The Ministry of Audio issued just one single 1966 single while these were active. However they documented several albums’ worthy of of materials within the area of about a year or two, eventually bringing these to the notice of these who collect the tiny British college of ’60s sunlight pop. …

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Bob Allen

An American big music group singer from your ’30s and ’40s, Bob Allen is most famous for his part in the orchestra of Hal Kemp, where he was the so-called “power” vocalist, perhaps supplementary in audience appeal towards the “personal” vocalist in the group. Nonetheless it was plenty of of …

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The Trappers

Swedish middle-’60s music group that documented for Polydor, rather than with very much success. These were a typical band of their period, not only of Sweden but of European countries, playing dynamic, unoriginal English Invasion-derived rock. A few of their materials was reissued by Garageland in the 1980s.

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Ravens

Before changing their name towards the Kinks, the Kinks were referred to as the Ravens, an organization which got so far as saving some demos in later 1963. During 1963, the music group, including Ray Davies, Dave Davies, and Pete Quaife, experienced various names, like the Ray Davies Quartet, the …

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Peter Jay

Given birth to in Norfolk, Britain in 1944, drummer Peter Jay formed the Jaywalkers even though attending Norwich University in 1960. The lineup for the mainly instrumental band contains Pete “Hype” Miller (acoustic guitar), Tony Webster (tempo guitar), Mac pc McIntyre (saxophone), Lloyd Baker (piano), Johnny Larke (electrical bass), and …

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Horst Fascher

There were just a few non-Beatles to sing the lead vocal on the commercially released Beatles song (not really counting instances such as for example Yoko Ono’s brief “not really when he looked therefore fierce” line in “The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill”). One of these was Tony Sheridan. The …

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The Fairies

The Fairies just recorded three singles, but on those 45s are three tunes that rate with the wildest Uk R&B from the mid-’60s. These edges, and “GRAB YOURSELF Home” specifically, were extremely near to the frenetic, wild-eyed strategy utilized by the Pretty Issues at exactly the same time. The resemblance …

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