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british soul 1960’s

  http://www.manchesterbeat.com/groups/exits/exits.php “Widespread British interest in soul music developed after the advent of rock and roll from the mid-1950s and the subsequent interest in American music. In the early 1960s, rhythm and blues, including soul, was particularly popular among some

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Buckie Beat Boys [Copycats]

Johnny and the Copycats Note: Ali Ewen [far left] was dismissed from Johnny and the Copy Cats after missing several rehearsals and the band became a foursome. Johnny Stewart eventually left the group after his marriage in 1969 though continued

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My Dear Watson aka Johnny and The Copycats

Start Thinking About Me: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FTSIFfAZp_g Make This Day Last https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0PYuuCjEAJ8 The Cimmerons were young teenagers who first appeared 29 July 1962 as an instrumental band before John Stewart came on board. They changed the band name to Johnny and The

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The Beatles Show

After backing Johnny Gentle and club gigs in Hamburg and Liverpool, the band began touring as “The Beatles” the name agreed upon in December 1960. Ringo joined the group in mid ’62 and shortly after, promoter Epstein sent a group

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