Early ’60s British rock & roll is filled up with the names of very good bands that under no circumstances made it, yet few ever got simply because close simply because the Redcaps. Shaped in Birmingham, Britain, in 1963, the group (whose name definitely was produced from Gene Vincent’s support music group the Blue Hats) featured Utmost Broadhurst, Alan Morley, Dave Walter (vocals), Mike Walter (bass), and Mick Blythe (electric guitar). Agreed upon to British Decca in 1963, they produced their debut with an excellent cover from the Isley Brothers’ “Shout,” which failed just because of your competition from Lulu’s rendition on a single label. The quintet cut two additional singles that didn’t register and disbanded. Their edition of “Talkin’ Bout You” highlighted Jimmy Web page on lead electric guitar and continues to be widely anthologized because of this. Dave Walter was a short-term alternative to Ozzy Osbourne in Dark Sabbath during 1977.