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Warm Sounds

The Warm Noises were a harmony duo of Barry Hubby (aka Barry Younghusband) (guitar, bass, vocals), formerly of Tuesday’s Kids, and Denver Gerrard (guitar, vocals), who met up just with time to greet the summertime of Love using a psychedelic-pop classic called “Wild birds & Bees,” released on British Decca’s …

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Denny Gerrard

Denver Gerrard had his short second in the limelight of stardom in Uk rock as you half from the Warm Noises, the duo that he formed with Barry Hubby in 1967. They strike number 27 for the U.K. graphs with “Wild birds and Bees,” a trippy psychedelic pop amount released …

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Fifth Avenue

Among the better works debuted by Immediate Information, Fifth Avenue was a folk-rock duo made up of Denver Gerrard, later on from the Warm Noises, and Kenny Rowe, who was simply subsequently an associate of Tony Streams & the Castaways. The importance of their name, whatever it could have already …

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Denny Gerrard

b. Denver Gerrard. Gerrard was a creator person in pop duo the Warm Noises who appreciated a UK strike in 1967 with ‘Wild birds And Bees’. When the duo split Gerrard embarked on a short career being a manufacturer, notably with intensifying act Great Tide. Members of the exceptional unit …

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