TRACKS 1. The Kirkbys -‘ Penny in My Pocket ’: Masterpiece.1966. 2. Denny Seyton and The Sabres - ‘ Karen ’: Written by a window dresser named Bob Pryde. 1963. 3. Gerry and The Pacemakers - ‘ Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On ’: Recorded in a Church Hall in Crosby . 1961 4. The Four Justmen - ‘ Friday Night ’: Went on to become the psychedelic band Wimple Winch Circa 1964. 5. The Swinging Blue Jeans - ‘ 40 Miles of Bad Road ’ Live at The Mardi Gras : 1961 6. The Merseybeats - ‘ All I Have To Do Is Dream ’: One of their first Practice Sessions. 1962. 7. The Delmonts - ‘ Before You Accuse Me' ’: This band went on to Hamburg were they met Freddie Starr who became their lead singer. They backed him for over 10 years. 1962. 8. The Newtowns - ‘ Please Stay ’ : The Band took it's name from the TV Programme Z Cars. Circa 1965/66. 9. The Bo- Weevils - ‘ Keep your Hands Off Her ’ Handed in to Radio Merseyside a few years ago. Nothing is known about this band Circa 1965. 10. The Four Just Men - 'La Bamba' Mexican Merseybeat Circa 1964. 11. The Pathfinders - ‘ I'm Ashamed of You Baby ’ Recorded in a theatre one afternoon and features a melodica. 1962. 12. Denny Seyton and The Sabres- ‘ Big River ’: Johnny Cash Rockabilly classic. 1963. 13. Rory Storm and The Hurricanes - ‘ Lend Me Your Comb ’: A Rarity by the great Rory Storm post Ringo. 1965. 14. The Swinging Blue Jeans - ‘ Walk Don't Run ’ : Live at The Mardi Gras- Cover of The Ventures hit. 1961. 15. The Cordes - ‘ Clarabella ’ : Little is known about this band except they had great Gibson guitars. Circa 1963. 16. Gerry and The Pacemakers -‘ Why Oh Why ’ : 1961. 17. Earl Preston and The TT's featuring Cy Tucker on Lead Vocals - ‘ Bony Moronie’ : Energetic recording with rasping vocals. 1963. 18. The Merseybeats - ‘ So How Come (No One Loves Me ) ’: Their first living room practice session showing they had it from the start. 1962. 19. The Kirkbys - ‘ Bless You ’: Another classic song written by the legendary Jimmy Campbell. 1966. 20. The Newtowns - ‘ Over The Rainbow ’: This masterpiece ushers in a new era. Circa 1965/66

Various Unearthed Merseybeat Vol 2 The Golden Age 1961 – 1966 – CD

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Various Unearthed Merseybeat Vol 2 The Golden Age 1961 – 1966  – CD

TRACKS
1. The Kirkbys -‘ Penny in My Pocket ’: Masterpiece.1966.
2. Denny Seyton and The Sabres – ‘ Karen ’: Written by a window dresser named Bob Pryde. 1963.
3. Gerry and The Pacemakers – ‘ Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On ’: Recorded in a Church Hall in Crosby . 1961
4. The Four Justmen – ‘ Friday Night ’: Went on to become the psychedelic band Wimple Winch Circa 1964.
5. The Swinging Blue Jeans – ‘ 40 Miles of Bad Road ’ Live at The Mardi Gras : 1961
6. The Merseybeats – ‘ All I Have To Do Is Dream ’: One of their first Practice Sessions. 1962.
7. The Delmonts – ‘ Before You Accuse Me’ ’: This band went on to Hamburg were they met Freddie Starr who became their lead singer. They backed him for over 10 years. 1962.
8. The Newtowns – ‘ Please Stay ’ : The Band took it’s name from the TV Programme Z Cars. Circa 1965/66.
9. The Bo- Weevils – ‘ Keep your Hands Off Her ’ Handed in to Radio Merseyside a few years ago. Nothing is known about this band Circa 1965.
10. The Four Just Men – ‘La Bamba’ Mexican Merseybeat Circa 1964.
11. The Pathfinders – ‘ I’m Ashamed of You Baby ’ Recorded in a theatre one afternoon and features a melodica. 1962.
12. Denny Seyton and The Sabres- ‘ Big River ’: Johnny Cash Rockabilly classic. 1963.
13. Rory Storm and The Hurricanes – ‘ Lend Me Your Comb ’: A Rarity by the great Rory Storm post Ringo. 1965.
14. The Swinging Blue Jeans – ‘ Walk Don’t Run ’ : Live at The Mardi Gras- Cover of The Ventures hit. 1961.
15. The Cordes – ‘ Clarabella ’ : Little is known about this band except they had great Gibson guitars. Circa 1963.
16. Gerry and The Pacemakers -‘ Why Oh Why ’ : 1961.
17. Earl Preston and The TT’s featuring Cy Tucker on Lead Vocals – ‘ Bony Moronie’ : Energetic recording with rasping vocals. 1963.
18. The Merseybeats – ‘ So How Come (No One Loves Me ) ’: Their first living room practice session showing they had it from the start. 1962.
19. The Kirkbys – ‘ Bless You ’: Another classic song written by the legendary Jimmy Campbell. 1966.
20. The Newtowns – ‘ Over The Rainbow ’: This masterpiece ushers in a new era. Circa 1965/66
Weight0.1kg
Length14cm
Width2cm
Height12cm