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The Blackwells


The Blackwells were a 60s man Merseybeat group who have been resident in the Peppermint Lounge in Liverpool’s city centre. That they had dyed locks and skin-tight natural leather outfits and had been referred to as ‘the blond bombshells’. One promotion photograph displays them forming a genuine Savile Row with disk jockey Jimmy Savile, who made an appearance together within the film Ferry Combination The Mersey. Their 1965 Columbia Information one, ‘Why Don’t YOU LIKE Me’, is certainly indicative of the gutsy audio. The band isn’t to be baffled with the united states group who produced the original edition of ‘Like Or Cash’.

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Full Name The Blackwells
Music Songs Love or Money, You Took Advantage of Me, All I Want Is Your Love, Big Daddy and the Cat, Why Don’t You Love Me, Shine's Gone Cold, Broken Smile, Tell Me What You Want, Hair On the Whiskey, Cat Claw Stomp, Here´s the Question, Fistful of Stars, Unchained Melody, Don't Look Down, Riverside, Awake, Outlaw, Stars, Rabbit, 1149, Night, In My Head, I, The Other Side, Memory Lane, Holy Day
Albums in my head..., Where My Grandparents Lay, Who, In My Head (EP), Hit Mix from the Sixties (Top Artist Mix, Pt. 2)

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