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  • Rory Storm & The Hurricanes
    speaking is that Ringo Starr was once their drummer but they were very popular on Merseyside in their own right where Rory Storm was renowned for his wild stage act They were one of the longest established Liverpool groups having been known in skiffle days as the Raving Texans Their first recordings were for the Oriole This is Merseybeat collections but in 1964 they had the distinction of putting out

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  • Kingsize Taylor
    groups Unfortunately they received little national publicity and did not have a hit even with the minor classic Stupidity Like Rory Storm and the Hurricanes they dated back to the skiffle era as the James Boys and they had done their bit on the Hamburg club circuit Their singles were on Decca but later Taylor signed to Polydor as a solo singer and was making records as late as 1967 Singles June 1963 Memphis Tennessee Money Shakers dec 1963 Whole Lotta Lovin I Can Tell Shakers Mar 1964 Hippy Hippy Shake Dr Feelgood April 1964 Stupidity Bad Boy July 1964 Somebody s Always Trying Looking For My Baby 1965 Thinkin Let Me Love You E P Jan 65 Teenbeat 2 All Around The World Slippin And Slidin You Can t Sit Down Hello Josephine L P s Twist Time Im Star Club 2 shared with The Bobby Patrick Big Six All Around The World Stupidity Slippin And Slidin Unchain My Heart Bad Boy Short On Love Hello Josephine You Can t Sit Down Star Club Time Mit Kingsize Taylor The Dominoes I ve Been Watching You All Around The World Down In The Valley She Said Yeah You Make Me

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  • The Scaffold
    and places like Streates Coffee Bar O Connors and the Everyman theatre nad held regular poetry readings When national attention began to focus on Liverpool after the first flood of pubicity about the Beatles several of these poets began to sell nationally in unprecedented quantities Much of the new poetry was influenced by the lyrics of pop songs and with their common origins it was inevitable that the musicians and the poets should join forces The most notable products of this fusion were the Liverpool Scene fronted by Adrian Henri and Andy Roberts formerly guitarist with the Clayton Squares and Scaffold Roger McGough was already a national cult figure when the group formed and it soon became known in spite of his changed name that Mike McGear was Paul McCartney s brother Furthermore Scaffold were genuinely witty and musically pleasing so although they were a kind of unit hitherto unknown in pop it was not altogether surprising that Thank U very much produced by George Martin got into the Top Five Television and live appearances and more records followed including a million selling number one Lily the Pink in December 1968 Gorman McGear and McGough are now members of Grimms

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  • The Searchers
    Francis McNiece who had been with Cliff Bennett and the Rebel Rousers became the bass player The split with Jackson had not been entirely amicable and it alienated some fans but the group nonetheless achieved a third number one with Don t throw you love away an old Shirelles number Chris Curtis was a fair song writer but mostly the group adapted other artists material for their singles another song recorded by Jackie de Shannon this time her own composition When you walk in the room reached number three and a Rolling Stones song Goodbye my Love number four From 1965 on however Searchers singles although of consistently high standard musically began to lose some of their magic and met with decreasing enthusiasm Curtis who had generally been regarded as the group s leader left and after putting out one single on his own Aggravation June 1966 became a producer for Pye He was replaced by John Blunt SINGLES June 1963 Sweets for my Sweet It s all been a dream 1 Sept 1963 Sweet Nothin s What d I say Oct 1963 Sugar and Spice Saints and Searchers 2 Jan 1964 Needles and Pins Saturday night out 1 April 1964 Don t throw your love away I pretend I m with you 1 July 1964 Someday we re gonna love again No one else could love you 11 Sept 1964 When you walk in the room I ll be missing you 3 Dec 1964 What have they done to the Rain This feeling inside 13 Feb 1965 Goodbye my love Till l met you 4 July 1965 He s got no love So far away 12 Oct 1965 When I get home I m never coming back Nov 1965 Take me for what I m worth Too many miles 20 Apr 1966 Take it or leave it Don t hide it away 25 Sept 1966 Have you ever loved somebody It s just the way Jan 1967 Popcorn Double feature Lovers Apr 1967 Western Union I ll cry tomorrow Nov 1967 Secondhand dealer Crazy dreams EPs July 1963 Sweets for my Sweet It s all been a dream Since you broke my heart Money Aug 1963 Ain t gonna kiss ya FarmerJohn Love Potion Number Nine Alright Jan 1964 Hungry for love Don cha know Oh my lover Ain t that just like me May 1964 Bumble Bee Everything you do Magic Potion If I could find someone July 1964 The Searchers play the system The System This empty place Sea of heartbreak Can t help forgiving you Nov 1964 When you walk in the room I ll be missing you Someday we re gonna love again No one else Sept 1965 Searchers 65 What have they done to the rain This feeling inside Goodbye my love Till I met you Jan 1966 Four by Four Till you say you ll be mine I don t want to go on without you Everybody clap your hands You wanna make

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  • The Swinging Blue Jeans
    version and was an instant hit only being kept from the No 1 position by the Beatles I want to hold your hand They made the mistake of following it up with a number that was both too similar and too familiar Good golly Miss Molly but for their third single they successfully revived Betty Everett s You re no good a beautiful song which took them to No 3 They continued to benefit from an efficient publicity machine which emphasised their leading position among Mersey groups and appeared in the first English film using the new technique of Circlorama in which the audience was completely surrounded by screens arranged in a circle whatever happened to it But the familiar problem of material dogged them and in spite of competent records and stage performances they lost their grip on the charts Their commercial singles lacked sufficient instant appeal and their R B orientated numbers were not uninhibited enough to satisfy the tastes of fans who had been recently introduced to groups like the Stones and the Animals This was sadly demonstrated on the 1964 Chuck Berry tour when the Blue Jeans whose act was not at all bad were regularly booed off stage presumably because unlike the Animals who were also on the bill they were not an R B group Terry Sylvester formerly of the Escorts joined the group in 1964 Singles June 1963 It s Too Late Now Think of Me Sept 1963 Do You Know Angie Dec 1963 Hippy Hippy Shake Now I Must Go Mar 1964 Good Golly Miss Molly Shaking Feeling May 1964 You re No Good Don t You Worry About Me Aug 1964 Promise You ll Tell Her It s So Right Dec 1964 It Isn t There One Of These Days Apr

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  • The Undertakers
    period but a really exceptional singer Jackie Lomax Their complete failure in chart terms might have owed something initially to their name and image they arrived at gigs in a hearse and perhaps sensing this they changed their name to the Takers and dropped their macabre props But still they failed to make an impact Jackie Lomax went solo but even when he signed to Apple and in 1968 came

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  • Fortaleza
    og ca 24 om natten Byen med de mange strender det varme vannet sanddynene og palmene kan du tenke deg noe bedre Fortaleza er delstatshovedstaden i Ceara nordøst i Brasil Byen har ca 2 2 millioner innbyggere Fortalezas historie går tilbake til 1649 da hollenderne bygde the Fort Shoonenborch på stedet Senere fordrev portugugiserne nederlenderne fra stedet og gav fortet det nye navnet Forte de Nossa Senhora da Assunção Rundt

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  • Jericoacoara
    og gatebelysningen besørges fortsatt av stjernene For å komme hit må du ta buss i ca 5 timer 32 mil fra Fortaleza mens de siste 45 minuttene fra Gijoca besørges av en 4 hjulstrekker hvor du må sitte på lasteplanet Alt er lite her bortsett fra gjestfriheten Stedet er fredet og det er blant annet ikke tillatt å drive jakt forurense eller bygge veier og ny arkitektur skal være tilpasset

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