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Ronnie Singer & Keith Moffat /The 004's - The Clifton Beat - It's Alright (1966) S.Africa

Ronnie Singer & Keith Moffat /The 004's - The Clifton Beat - It's Alright (1966) S.Africa
Ronnie Singer & Keith Moffat /The 004's - The Clifton Beat - It's Alright (1966) S.Africa


Band Members:

Ronnie Singer, organ and vocals
Keith Moffat, drums

Derek Marks, bass on last album
Anton Fig, drums
Keith Lentin, guitar
Brian Jones, guitar
George Wolfaardt, bass
James Marwick, drums
Neville Whitmill, vocals
Mike Faure, sax
Neville Green, guitar
Charlie Peterson, bass
Jeremy Dreyer, drums
Anton van Rooyen, bass

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South African beat band formed in 1965. Pete Clifford had played with the Jesters and Georgie Fame and visited South Africa for the first time in 1964 while being a member of Dusty Springfield’s backing band. He also played with Tom Jones.
In 1965 he returned to South Africa and formed the 004’s. Brian Gibson and Jack Russell had been members of the Victors, who backed French artist Teddy Raye on tour. When the band broke up Gibson joined the Laurie Jay Combo and Russell got a job as production manager with Vox. Soon they joined the 004’s.
The band was signed by CBS and recorded some singles. They also backed Gene Vincent on his Durban performance.
Their only album was released in 1966.
Nick Doktor (ex-Leemen Limited) replaced Peter Stember in 1966.
Gibson left the band in 1967 and was replaced by Barry Mitchell (ex-In Crowd). The band recorded with Johnny Kongos’ groups Floribunda Rose and Scrugg in 1967.
The band broke up and Clifford joined the Bats in 1968 while Gibson joined Abstract Truth.


Band Members:

Pete Clifford (vocals, guitar),
Brian Gibson vocals, guitar),
Jack Russell (vocals, bass),
Peter Stember (vocals, drums),
Nick Doktor (drums),
Barry Mitchell (guitar)



The Rocking Ghosts - Complete Rocking Ghosts (1964-1968)

The Rocking Ghosts - Complete Rocking Ghosts (1964-1968)


Danish rock band formed in the summer of 1962 by Svend Bonavent Larsen (dm), Tommy Petersen (org., piano) (both formerly played in Tommy's Band), Timm Bo Madsen (lead-g) and Jørgen Frederiksen (rythm-g). In May of 1963 Johnny Dyhrberg (el-b) replaced Tommy Petersen, and John Andersen (lead-vo) (ex The Sundowns) joined the band.

The Rocking Ghosts - Complete Rocking Ghosts (1964-1968)


On January 28, 1964 the band won the Copenhagen championship in Rock at Nora Bio, which lead to a record deal with Metronome Records and producer Jørgen Ingmann. The instrumental debut album was called Vilja, Oh Vilja by Franz Léhar. Vocally the band broke through with their own Belinda that stayed on the charts for 13 months and was released in many European countries as well as the USA and Japan. During a trip to Bremen in April 1965, Johnny Dyhrberg left the band and was replaced by Kai Rose Petersen (el-b) and by the end of 1965 Bjørn Holte Jensen 
(rhythm-g) (ex The Ex-Checkers) replaced Jørgen Frederiksen. As the best selling album Oh, Oh What A Kiss, a rework of Johan Strauss' Über den Wellen, was a chart success in both 1966 and 1967.

In September 1967 the band decided to change their style to a more psychedelic flower power inspired pop sound, a change, however, Timm Bo Madsen and Kai Rose Petersen did not agree with and they consequently left the band.

They debuted with their new style at the Procul Harum concert in Tivoli. The new band recorded 2 singles for CBS Records with the following members: John Andersen, Svend Bonavent, Bjørn Holte, John Trefeldt (ex The Treffters), Fin Michael Musanti (rhythm-g, org) (ex The Playmakers) and Bent Hansen (el-b) (ex The Meteors).

The Rocking Ghosts were extremely popular in 1964-1967 and played, among other venues, at Giraffen, Enghaveparken, Hit House and Dansetten in Copenhagen, but their largest audience was primarily outside Copenhagen. The band also toured extensively in Germany, Austria, Italy, Sweden and Finland.

Musically and image wise the band was inspired by Cliff Richard & The Shadows' combination of vocal and instrumental rock & roll more than by the beat sound of the time. By changing their style in 1967 the band lost a lot of their fans who had a hard time accepting the new image and in the spring of 1969 the band split up.

Musically The Rocking Ghosts contributed to the following Danish movies in the 1960s: Jeg en elsker, Min søsters børn, Mig og min lillebror, Pigen fra Egeborg. Only the recordings from Min søsters børn were released as an album in 1966.

In 1964, using the name The Tigers, The Rocking Ghosts recorded a commercial record for the gas company ESSO....

The Rocking Ghosts - Complete Rocking Ghosts (1964-1968)

Jormas - Jormas (1966)


Jormas - Jormas (1966)


Jormas was a Finnish pop group that was active from 1965 to 1968.

First line-up in spring 1965:
Raul Wikström (vocals)
Pepe Willberg (vocals, guitar)
Seppo Keurulainen (lead guitar)
Kaj Wallin (bass)
Kurre Mattsson (drums)

Jim Pembroke featured as singer in Jormas in summer 1965. In August 1965 they recorded their first single "Mr. Tambourine Man / New Orleans" under the name The Finnish Beatmakers. Kaj Wallin left the group in November 1965 because of military service and he was replaced by Kicke Bergholm.

Jormas toured in Scandinavia and Germany in autumn 1965 and spring 1966. After their gigs in Germany in spring 1966 Seppo Keurulainen left the group and he was replaced by Hasse Walli. First single with the new lineup was "Saat Miehen Kyyneliin", the band's first recording in Finnish language and their biggest hit. The group's first LP was released in December 1966, but the band had already split up then, because Willberg, Bergholm and Wikström had to go to the military service. However, in the next spring Jormas released a new single "Rööperiin" and in August 1967 the band was active again.

Lineup in August 1967:
Pepe Willberg
Kicke Bergholm
Seppo Keurulainen
Arto "Mamba" Koskinen
Matti Oiling

In autumn 1967 Jormas released two singles with this lineup and their second album was out in February 1968. The songs were again in English language and the album was released in Scandinavia, Germany and England. The band released one single after the album but split up finally after it.

Jormas - Jormas (1966)

Ian & The Zodiacs , Denny Seyton & The Sabres

Ian & The Zodiacs , Denny Seyton & The Sabres


Ian & the Zodiacs had one of the longest histories of any band working in Liverpool, which makes their utter obscurity in that city even more of a puzzle, considering that they had a cool name and played R&B well enough to become stars in Germany. The band's roots go back to the Zodiacs, a trad jazz (i.e. Dixieland) outfit formed in 1958 as a sextet that included future Fourmost drummer Dave Lovelady -- they switched to rock & roll soon after.

The original Zodiacs stayed intact through the spring of 1960, when lead guitarist Pete Pimlett exited and Ian Edwards, late of the Deltones (who attended the same school as the Zodiacs) came aboard, along with Charlie Flynn, from Kingsize Taylor & the Dominoes. The core lineup of Ian & the Zodiacs, as they were named in 1960, was Edwards on guitar and vocals, Pete Wallace on lead guitar, Charlie Flynn on bass and vocals, Cliff Roberts on drums, and Geoff Bethell at the piano. This was the lineup that held for much of the early '60s, through 1964, when Bethell and Roberts left.

It was in 1964 that, after years of languishing in obscurity in Liverpool, the band went to Germany and became major stars -- they were supposed to stay for a few weeks and didn't really leave for three years. Their lineup was still a bit fluid, with ex-Lee Curtis All-Stars drummer Joe Walsh eventually settling in, until he left, and Wallace and Flynn exited for the Connoisseurs, to be replaced by Arthur Ashton (lead guitar), Freddie Smith (drums), and Tony Coates (bass). By that time, the group had cut three LPs (that's one more than Gerry & the Pacemakers, who'd topped the charts in England, got to do) that were released exclusively in Germany on the Star Club label, which was part of Polygram, and two albums of Beatles covers issued under the name the Koppykats.

The group had several label relationships during their three major years, initially with Oriole and then with Mercury, Philips, and Fontana. Their audience was centered in the German-speaking world, despite some attempts at releasing their work in England and America. In addition to their three German LPs and the Beatles cover albums, they cut an album, Gear Again, that turned up on Mercury Records' budget Wing label in 1965. The group's three Star Club albums, Star Club 7, Just Listen to Ian & the Zodiacs, and Locomotive! (of which the last was heavily soul-oriented) have turned up on CD in the '90s from the Repertoire label.

The group's sound on records was centered on covers of Motown songs ("Beechwood 4-5789"), current U.S. hits ("Message to Martha," an adaptation of the Dionne Warwick hit "Message to Michael"), U.K. hits ("The Crying Game," which actually managed to chart in Texas during 1965), blues ("Good Morning Little Schoolgirl"), plus some forays into pop-jazz ("Wade in the Water"), some of which were released in America, once the possibility of finding an audience in the U.S. was understood. Until the reissue of the three German albums, they were represented best on Oriole's two-volume LP series This Is Merseybeat, doing a cover of Little Eva's "Locomotion" follow-up, "Let's Turkey Trot," on the first volume, and, on the second, George Gershwin's "It Ain't Necessarily So." Apart from the excellent "Wade in the Water," which stood on its own terms. They broke up in 1967 when Edwards shut down the group to return to England when his wife became ill.

Ian & The Zodiacs , Denny Seyton & The Sabres

Denny Seyton & the Sabres were one of the more promising Liverpool-based bands that never made it, despite getting as far as charting a single, "The Way You Look Tonight," in 1964. Denny Seyton (real name Brian Tarr) was their founder and lead singer, and their most important lineup -- which went through several transitions leading up to that point -- featured songwriter Lally Stott on lead guitar, Mike Logan on organ, John Boyle on bass, and Eden Kane alumnus Dave Saxon on drums. Their sound was R&B-based, and some accounts of their early stage sound compare them to the Rolling Stones. They were signed to Mercury Records' U.K. division (making them sort of the distant musical precursors to Dexy's Midnight Runners), but soon after they began to add harmonies and incorporate pop influences into their work, to emulate the successful sounds of the Beatles, the Searchers, Gerry & the Pacemakers, et al. Denny Seyton & the Sabres played a lot of shows in Hamburg and were regular denizens of the Star-Club circuit, and despite some idiosyncrasies (including recollections of eccentric behavior by Stott), had a dedicated following and seemed to hold a lot of potential. Their first Mercury release, "Tricky Dicky" b/w "Baby What You Want Me to Do," and their second, "Short Fat Fannie" b/w "Give Me Back My Heart," never charted, but their third, "The Way You Look Tonight," was a minor hit, reaching number 48 in England. That taste of success would prove to be fleeting, however, and was never repeated -- they left Mercury for Parlophone (signed as the more contemporary-sounding Denny Seyton Group) later in 1964 and saw no action with "Just a Kiss" b/w "In the Flowers by the Trees." Mercury issued an LP, It's the Gear, comprised of covers of contemporary hits, in 1965 -- that record, a choice collector's piece as of 2003, also failed to chart, and that was the last heard from the group, apart from appearances on compilations such as Mersey Beat 1962-1964 in the 1980s and 2003's Unearthed Merseybeat, the latter offering a superb, thumping cover of "House of Bamboo" and a raucous version of "I'm Gonna Love You Too."



Ian &The Zodiacs -RARITIES !!! & The Koppykats Recordings (1965)

Ian &The Zodiacs -RARITIES !!! & The Koppykats Recordings  (1965)



Ian and the Zodiacs had one of the longest histories of any band working in Liverpool, which makes their utter obscurity in that city even more of a puzzle, considering that they had a cool name and played r&b well enough to become stars in Germany. The band's roots go back to the Zodiacs, a trad-jazz (i.e. Dixieland) outfit formed in 1958 as a sextet that included future Fourmost drummer Dave Lovelady-they switched to rock 'n roll soon after.

The original Zodiacs stayed intact thru the spring of 1960, when lead guitarist Pete Pimlett exited and Ian Edwards, late of the Deltones (who attended the same school as the Zodiacs) came aboard, along with Charlie Flynn... Read More..
...It was in 1964 that, after years of languishing in obscurity in Liverpool, the band went to Germany and became major stars-they were supposed to stay for a few weeks and didn't really leave for three years. Their line-up was still a bit fluid, with ex-Lee Curtis All-Stars drummer Joe Walsh eventually settling in, until he left, and Wallace and Flynn exited for the Connoiseurs, to be replaced by Arthur Ashton (lead guitar), Freddie Smith (drums), and Tony Coates (bass). By that time, the group had cut three LPs (that's one more than Gerry & the Pacemakers, who'd topped the charts in England, got to do) that were released exclusively in Germany on the Star Club label, which was part of Polygram, and two albums of Beatles covers issued under the name the Koppykats....
Left to right:

Charlie Flynn - Bass/Vocals
Pete Wallace - Lead Guitar
Geoff Bamford - Drums
Ian Edwards - Guitar/Vocals

The Swinging Blue Jeans

The Swinging Blue Jeans

The Swinging Blue Jeans




Although they're only remembered today for their 1964 hit "Hippy Hippy Shake," which charted on both sides of the Atlantic -- the Swinging Blue Jeans were actually one of the strongest of the Liverpool bands from the '60s British Invasion; and, indeed, the Blue Jeans' earliest incarnation goes back about as far as the roots of the Beatles as the Quarry Men. "Hippy Hippy Shake" -- a cover of an obscure '50s rocker that was actually done much better by the Beatles on tapes of their BBC performances -- was their only Top 30 entry in the U.S.. But the band enjoyed some other major and minor hits in the U.K., including a top-notch Merseyization of Betty Everett's (and later Linda Ronstadt's) "You're No Good," which they took into the British Top Five in 1964.

The group's origins go back to 1957, when singer/guitarist Ray Ennis decided to form a band. The result was a skiffle sextet called "the Bluegenes" -- the latter a misspelling of "blue jeans" that remained unchanged for a couple of years. Surprisingly, Ennis had already played rock & roll, but -- in a manner the opposite of many other young musicians of the time -- he regarded skiffle as an advancement; equally surprisingly, given their later work, the Bluegenes were heavily jazz influenced, and stayed away from trying to cover songs associated with Elvis Presley and other American rock & rollers, preferring instead to try and emulate the horn and sax parts that they heard on their guitars. The skiffle group lineup also included Bruce McCaskill on guitar and vocals, Tommy Hughes on banjo, Norman Kuhlke on washboard, and Spud Ward on oil drum bass. Ralph Ellis later joined on guitar, and Ward subsequently moved over to Rory Storm's band, and eventually Les Braid took over the bassist spot. Hughes and McCaskill later left, the former for the army and the latter over personal disagreements, replaced by Johnny Carter and Paul Moss, respectively. By 1962, they were working full-time and playing the same venues in Liverpool as rival bands such as the Beatles, Gerry & the Pacemakers et al, and also performed for the first time at the Star Club in Hamburg late in the year. But amazingly, they were still playing jazz-based skiffle, and had even done some unsuccessful record company auditions working in that musical genre. They saw no reason to change until the German audiences, not as tolerant of skiffle music as Merseyside listeners at the Cavern had been, booed them off the stage. At that point, seemingly in the blink of an eye, they switched to rock & roll, trading in their acoustic instruments for their electric equivalents. And in that guise -- and a name change to the Swinging Blue Jeans, they not only won over German audiences but earned a coveted recording contract with EMI's HMV imprint, under producer Walter J. Ridley (who handled such diverse talents -- and not too well, by some accounts -- as Johnny Kidd & the Pirates and Alma Cogan). With the departure of banjo player Paul Moss soon after, they were left as a quartet comprised of Ray Ennis (rhythm guitar, vocals), Les Braid (bass, keyboards), Ralph Ellis (lead guitar), and Norman Kuhlke (drums). They made their recording debut -- still as a quintet -- with a Ray Ennis original, "It's Too Late Now," which made the British Top 30. Their second single, "Do You Know," released in the fall of 1963, failed to sell, but in December of that year they broke through to stardom in with their rendition of "Hippy Hippy Shake." They rode that record's success all the way to the number two chart spot in England, right behind the Dave Clark Five's "Glad All Over," and earned a place on the first-ever broadcast of Top of the Pops in the bargain.

Their follow-up single, "Good Golly Miss Molly," released in March of that year, charted in England at number 11. And "You're No Good" followed two months later, and soared to number three in the U.K.. That string of successes led to a good debut album called Blue Jeans A' Swinging, issued in July of 1964. They were only to enjoy one more charting single, a rendition of the Burt Bacharach/Hal David-authored "Don't Make Me Over," which only reached number 31 in 1965. Ralph Ellis -- who, with Ray Ennis was one of the two songwriters in the group -- left early in the following year, and was succeeded by Terry Sylvester, who had previously played with the Escorts. The band carried on for a couple of more years, but, like most early-'60s Liverpool outfits, the Blue Jeans' career rapidly lost momentum as the '60s progressed. As with most other Liverpool bands of the period, they were masters of that particular brand of rhythm-heavy rock & roll known as Merseybeat, but like most of their compatriots -- and the Beatles were the notable exception -- they were unable or unwilling to let their music evolve into new forms and directions.

By 1965 their string of hits was over, though their chart success in America (and elsewhere) with "Hippy Hippy Shake" did give them a higher international profile than all but a handful of Merseybeat bands. Ennis and Ellis had written some catchy and energetic, if slightly sappy, originals in the purest Merseybeat style. And while it doesn't add up to an enduring legacy, there's a lot to be said for the naive energy of the best of their early tunes, and they did hang on quite effectively until 1968, remaking themselves as more of a harmony group in the process. Terry Sylvester left that year to join the Hollies, succeeding Graham Nash in the latter group, but the Swinging Blue Jeans soldiered on, right into the early 1970s. Ennis and Braid stayed on in the core of the band, amid myriad personnel changes, and kept them going for years after that. The group essentially became an oldies act, their playing and recordings mostly consisting of remakes of their '60s hits. Braid passed away in 2005, but a version of the band featuring Ennis was still playing in the 21st century.



The Swinging Blue Jeans

The Swinging Blue Jeans Complete - Part1

LP 1964 Blue Jeans A Swinging
1 - Ol' Man Mose
2 - Save The Last Dance For Me
3 - That's The Way It Goes
4 - Around And Around
5 - It's All Over Now
6 - Long Tall Sally
7 - Lawdy Miss Clawdy
8 - Some Sweet Day
9 - It's So Right
10 - Don't It Make You Feel Good
11 - All I Want Is You
12 - Tutti Frutti
LP 1965 Hippy Hippy Shake US
13 - Wasting Time

LP 1965 Shakin' Time
14 - Hippy Hippy Shake
15 - Now I Must Go
16 - Shaking Feeling
17 - You're No Good
18 - Good Golly Miss Molly
19 - Don't You Worry About Me
20 - Shake, Rattle And Roll
21 - Too Late Now
22 - Think Of Me
23 - Shakin' All Over
24 - Do You Know
25 - Angie



The Swinging Blue Jeans

The Swinging Blue Jeans Complete - Part2

LP 1965 Live aus dem Cascade Beat Club in Kцln
1 - Kansas City
2 - Johnny Be Good
3 - Tutti Frutti
4 - Eight Days A Week
5 - Chug A Lug
6 - I've Got A Girl
7 - King Of The Road
8 - Long Tall Sally
9 - Good Golly Miss Molly
10 - In The Mood
11 - Das ist prima
LP 1966 Don't Make Me Over
12 - I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Cry
13 - Gotta Draw The Line
14 - I'm Gonna Have You
15 - I Don't Belive It
16 - Nobody But Me
17 - You Don't Love Me
18 - I Want Love
19 - Jump Back
20 - Chug A Lug
21 - This Boy
22 - Do You Believe In Magic
23 - Don't Make Me Over



The Swinging Blue Jeans

The Swinging Blue Jeans Complete - Part3

Lp 1976 Hippy Hippy Shake  Bellaphon
1 - 1976 Hippy Hippy Shake
2 - Hippy Hippy Shake
3 - Bad Moon Rising
4 - If I Were A Carpenter
5 - Good Golly Miss Molly
6 - Radancer
7 - Blowin' In The Wind
8 - Long Tall Sally
9 - Cottonfields
10 - Lawdy Miss Clawdy
11 - Bony Maronie
12 - You're No Good
13 - Summertime Blues

LP 1974 Brand New And Faded  Telefunken / Dart
14 - Boomerang
15 - Rainbow Morning
16 - Sweet Louise
17 - Baby Mine
18 - Ring Ring
19 - Dancin'
20 - Hippy Hippy Shake
21 - Long Tall Sally
22 - Good Golly Miss Molly
23 - Cottonfields
24 - Don't Make Me Over
25 - You're No Good
26 - Hippy Hippy Shake

Sg Hansa International
27 - Dancing
28 - (Love machine) I Like It Mean


The Swinging Blue Jeans


The Swinging Blue Jeans Complete - Part4

LP 1987 Hippy Hippy Shake  RCA / Karussell
1 - Hippy Hippy Shake
2 - Good Golly Miss Molly
3 - Bonie Maroni
4 - Way Down Yonder In New Orleans
5 - You Win Again
6 - I'm An Old Rock'n Roller
7 - Still The One
8 - Tonight's The Night
9 - Higher Than A Kite
10 - Banging My Head
11 - Angel
12 - I Like It Mean
13 - Party
14 - Whole Lotta Trouble


The Swinging Blue Jeans


The Swinging Blue Jeans Complete - Part5
Sg's
01 01 a It's too late now
02 01 b Think of me
03 02 a Do You Know
04 02 b Angie
05 03 a Hippy Hippy Shake
06 03 b Now I Must Go
07 04 a Good Golly Miss Molly
08 04 b Shakin' Feelin'
09 05 a Good Golly Miss Molly (german Vocals)
10 05 b Das ist prima
11 06 a You're No Good
12 06 b Don't You Worry About Me
13 07 a Promise You'll Tell Her
14 07 b It's So Right
15 08 a It Isn't There
16 08 b One Of These Days
17 09 a Tutti Frutti (german vocals)
18 09 b Das ist vorbei
19 10 a Make Me Know You're Mine
20 10 b I've Got A Girl
21 11 a Crazy 'Bout My Baby
22 11 b Good Lovin'
23 12 a Don't Make Me Over
24 12 b What Can I Do Today
25 13 a Sandy  
LP 4 13 b I'm Gonna Have You
26 14 a Rumours, Gossip, Words Untrue
27 14 b Now the summer's gone
28 15 a Tremblin  
29 15 b Something's Coming Along
30 16 a Don't Go Out Into The Rain
31 16 b One Woman Man
32 17 a What Have They Done To Hazel
33 17 b Now That You've Got Me (You Don't Seem To Want Me)
34 18 a Sandfly   
35 18 b Hey Mrs Housewife



The Swinging Blue Jeans


The Swinging Blue Jeans Complete - Part6

rarities
stereo + diffr. mix + unreleased (#)
1 - Ol' Man Mose  #
2 - It's too late now  #
3 - Three Little Fishes  #
4 - Hippy Hippy Shake 
5 - Dizzy Miss Lizzy  #
6 - Shakin' Feelin' diff. mix  
7 - Good Golly Miss Molly (German Vocals)
8 - Das ist prima
9 - You're No Good  diff. mix
10 - Shakin' All Over  diff mix
11 - Promise You'll Tell Her  
12 - It Isn't There  
13 - One Of These Days  
14 - Tutti Frutti (german vocals)
15 - Das ist vorbei
16 - You've Got Love  #
17 - You've Got Love  #
18 - Dizzy Chimes  #
19 - Make Me Know You're Mine
20 - I've Got A Girl 
21 - Get Rid Of Her #
22 - I'ts True  #
23 - Lovey Dovey  #
24 - Reddy Teddy #
25 - Don't Make Me Over  diffr. mix
26 - What Can I Do Today 
27 - Now That You've Got Me (You Don't Seem Th Want Me) vers1
28 - It's In Her Kiss  #
29 - You'd Better Stop  #
30 - Our Day Will Come  #
31 - You're Welcome To My Heart vers1
32 - I Wanna Be There  #
33 - Anyway #
34 - You're Welcome To My Heart vers2
35 - I Made A Mistake  #
36 - Master John (The Preacher Son) #
37 - (Sydney) Gotta Draw The Line #
38 - It's Alright  #
39 - Painting The Day #
40 - Big City #
41 - Summer Comes Sunday #






The Swinging Blue Jeans

The Swinging Blue Jeans

Ronnie Singer & Keith Moffat /The 004's - The Clifton Beat - It's Alright (1966) S.AfricaThe Bats - All I Got-Ahabby Little HutDickie Loader & The Blue Jeans - My Babe/Exclusviely Yours 1963VA - South African 60's Antology - Guitars&Beat&Garage The Square Set - Silence is golden / Loving YouThe Rocking Ghosts - Complete Rocking Ghosts (1964-1968)Jormas - Jormas (1966)Ian & The Zodiacs , Denny Seyton & The SabresIan &The Zodiacs -RARITIES !!! & The Koppykats Recordings  (1965)The Swinging Blue Jeans

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