The Kids Blue’s 1965 single, “Have a Heart”/”YOU HAVE What I’D LIKE,” is a way to obtain some confusion among serious Uk Invasion collectors. Some possess believed the group was a pseudonym for, or a youthful edition of, the Sorrows, because both tunes were also documented from the Sorrows. Additionally, both tunes were compiled by Miki Dallon, as well as the Sorrows documented four Miki Dallon tunes during their short existence. As it happens, though, the Kids Blue were a completely different English group, who documented the Dallon compositions “Have a Heart” and “YOU HAVE What I’D LIKE” on the May 1965 HMV solitary that arrived prior to the Sorrows experienced carried out their versions. At the very least, the tunes were excellent, difficult R&B/pop fusions, and even though they were carried out reasonably well from the Kids Blue, the Sorrows’ renditions are excellent and definitive. It had been the only solitary by the Kids Blue, although their vocalist, Jeff Elroy, do an individual in 1966 for Philips that was acknowledged to Jeff Elroy as well as the Kids Blue. Both songs have already been reissued on several British isles Invasion obscurity compilations.