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The Emeralds


The Emeralds were a quartet from Hampshire whose sound evolved from pop/rock to some bluesier make of U.K. rock and roll throughout two singles for British Decca in 1965. Their manufacturer because of their second one, “King Depressed the Blue” (a remake of “Have a Heart” with the Sorrows, which includes endured to become reissued) was non-e apart from Shadows drummer Tony Meehan. The group might’ve staked out territory much like that of the initial Moody Blues however they were not able to last.

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Music Songs The Bird Dance, Nepor's Theme, Butterfly Medley, Ranger Waltz, Kit Kat Polka, Spanish Waltz Medley, Blue Skirt Waltz, Holiday Schottische, Anniversary Song, Emperor Waltz Medley, Jay's Polka/Gypsy Melody, Sherwood Swing, EIEIO Medley, The French Song, Yellow Bird, Green and Gold Schottische, Beer Barrel Polka, My Promise, Blue Danube Medley, Fiesta Time, Somewhere My Love, Julida Polka Medley, Odessa Polka Medley, I Want To Learn The Polka, Die Kliene Kneipe, Jay's Polka Medley, Blue Jay Waltz, Una Paloma Blanca, Clarinet Polka Medley, My Melody Of Love, Red Barn Polka, Y Viva Espana
Albums Great Polka Hits, Dance and Romance, All Time Best, Talk About Love, 25th Anniversary Waltz Album, Just For You, Christmas With The Emeralds, Soul To Soul, Look At Us, Songs from the Wizard of Oz, Bird Dance, Sentimental Favourites, The Best Of The Emeralds

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