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Twice as Much

Perhaps one of the most anonymous-sounding serves from the Uk Invasion, Doubly Much was the duo of Dave Skinner and Andrew Rose, tranquility singers who have also wrote a lot of their own materials. Authorized to the Immediate label (operate by Rolling Rocks supervisor Andrew Loog Oldham), the set recorded many singles and several albums between 1966 and 1968. Many of these recordings had been innocuous, pleasantly forgettable pop affairs in the Peter & Gordon/Chad & Jeremy mildew, with light orchestral pop/rock and roll arrangements that occasionally employed some the Baroque. That they had their just British Best 40 success having a cover from the Rocks’ “Seated on the Fence”; even though the Rocks’ edition was among their best slashes from the Between your Buttons period, the Doubly Much interpretation appears to miss the stage completely, changing it right into a chipper, quasi-vaudevillian tune with out a hint of ambiguity or sullenness.

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