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2 Oct, 2012

The Mersey Beats - This Boy (Vinyl)

I just changed the lyrics for this version. It was originally called 'Baby Please Don't Go' would you believe. We recorded this version as a B-side of a single in a little studio in Bond Street. Die Datenschutzbestimmungen habe ich zur Kenntnis genommen.

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Namespaces Article Talk. It became their proud boast that they supported The Beatles at The Cavern on more occasions than any other group. The next step was to shorten the name to The Merseybeats and the hot young act was signed to the Fontana label in June These haunting, yet lusty vocal performances epitomised the character of Liverpool's pop scene.

Strength, romanticism and a down to earth attitude prevailed. A sense of humour and cheeky confidence also helped make the rest of the world sit up and take notice. Soon The Merseybeats were touring Britain and Europe, playing to hysterical hordes of screaming fans.

But the rollercoaster ride of stardom had taken its toll on the young musicians. Billy Kinsley left for a while to recover and subsequently formed an outfit called the Kinsleys. However, an EP titled 'On Stage', although not 'live' the title reminded Johnny Gustafson that their 'live' performances were much tougher. Gustafson toured and recorded with The Merseybeats during the period Billy was out of the group. He also wrote some of the material the band used on the studio album.

They just wanted to knock an LP out quickly, to capitalise on the hit singles. Some forty years after these events, Johnny Gustafson lives peacefully in Whitstable, Kent, but has fond memories of the crazy Sixties.

Brian Griffiths the guitarist and I decided to team up with another drummer and we drove around Europe in search of gigs.

We went to Copenhagen and Hamburg and ended up in a Frankfurt club called the Arcadia. Then we got fired for being too loud. It was ridiculous. Just before we were due to quit, in walked a couple of The Merseybeats and their manager. As soon as you put it in your cd tray the following pops up: "To listen to this cd a number of files need to be updated on your PC. I won't play it on my computer and will return it. While it plays on my CD player I can't dump it to my hard drive media player.

Other reviews elsewhere indicate that it won't play on all CD players. See all reviews from the United States. Top international reviews. Translate all reviews to English. Doesn't have the sounds that made the "merseybeat" popular in the rest of the country. Liverpuddlins will probably love it. One person found this helpful. Thank you for your feedback.

Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again. Ten of the 25 tracks here are already available on a zillion other releases and those that remain hardly encompass 'Merseybeat'. OK, this CD won't cost much but then you don't get that much for your money anyway. In typical EMI style, what text there is within the insert doesn't tell you what you really want to know: when the song was recorded, how it came about, the personnel on the track, what happened to the artist after. They may have been limited to their own labels, but I'm sure the compilers of this could have found far more worthwhile tracks in the vaults.

Sanctuary's 'Beat Beat Beat' is far superior, but then Pye seemed to sign just about anyone at the time, whilst the 'Unearthed Merseybeat' series on Viper outperforms everything else on offer..

Feb 22,  · The Merseybeats & Friends perform Boys live at Abbey Road Studios, exactly 50 years after The Beatles recorded it during the Please Please Me session. More f.

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  1. Explore releases from The Mersey Beats at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from The Mersey Beats at the Discogs Marketplace.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Mersey Beats! on Discogs. Label: International Award Series - AK • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Pop •3/5(2).
  3. Aug 18,  · this is the original uk pressing for this debut and only lp by the classic merseybeats back in , this lp was only released in the uk in and has a typical sleeve of that era meaning the front of the sleeve is laminated and the back of the sleeve is not, the back of the sleeve is a typical flip back sleeve like all uk pressings seemed to be up until around /67 when they went to full /5(15).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of Mersey Beat on Discogs/5(11).
  5. The Merseybeats were not among the most original bands to some out of the Liverpool area in the early 's. Their recorded output is also rather limited (one album and less than a dozen singles), but most of it actually very good and pleasant listening/5(97).
  6. The Merseybeats I Think Of You – The Complete Recordings. It’s Love That Really Counts, I Think Of You and Wishin’ And Hopin' are just some of the attractive, haunting hits that made The Merseybeats one of the most popular of all the great Liverpool flakowalabemununalarmelniggbal.co emerged at the same time as The Beatles and for a while threatened to rival them as heroes of the Mersey scene.
  7. The Merseybeats (also related vocal duo The Merseys) are a band that emerged from the Liverpool Merseybeat scene in the early s, performing at the Cavern Club along with the Beatles, Gerry and the Pacemakers, and other similar artists.
  8. CDs & Vinyl Go Search Beat Beat Beat' is far superior, but then Pye seemed to sign just about anyone at the time, whilst the 'Unearthed Merseybeat' series on Viper outperforms everything else on offer.. Read more. 14 people found this helpful. Helpful. Sending feedback Thank you for your feedback.3/5(6).

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