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The Bats

The Bats were among five Belfast organizations included on the 1966 Ember Information LP compilation Ireland’s Greatest Noises: Five Top Organizations From Belfast’s Maritime Golf club. On that recording they contributed the initial tune “Around the Waterfront,” a satisfactory number with this upset, moody, bluesy advantage common of Belfast rings of that time period, from their website downward. Although they do head to London inside a travel for higher renown, and slice a unitary (“Accept It” b/w “Enthusiasts Lay Sleeping”) in 1964 for EMI-Columbia made by Mickie Many, aswell as three even more singles for British Decca in 1966 and 1967, nothing at all happened on their behalf on a more substantial scale. “In the Waterfront” was reissued in the Big Defeat compilation Belfast Defeat Maritime Blues, an anthology of middle-’60s monitors by Belfast groupings.

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