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The name

The name
THE NAME In the magazine Zabadak (nr. 19) editor Ron Cooper asks DDDBM&T manager Alan Blaikley about the name Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich: “I can’t remember the exact circumstances in which Ken (Howard) and I suggested it to the group. We certainly realised it could be both a plus and a minus. It was partly inspired [...]

Portugal 7″ vinyl

Portugal 7″ vinyl
PORTUGAL 7″ VINYL In Portugal all the singles of Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich were released as EP. Since their break 7″ vinyl appeared in Portugal: Tonight Today  (Howard/Blaikley) Bad News (Amey/Dymond/Davies) Sung by: D.B.M. & T. Fontana 267 970 TF Releasedate: 1969 11.a My Womans Man (Howard/Blaikley) 11.b Go [...]

September 1965

September 1965
SEPTEMBER  1965   Tue 7/09/65    Oasis Club, 45-47 Lloyd Street, Manchester, Lancashire, England Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich supported by The Hickory Stix  Wed 8/09/65    Hollywood, USA: Advertisement (in Hollywood Reporter and Daily Variety)MADNESS!! – AUDITIONSFolk & Roll Musicians-Singers – for acting rol [...]

Flaming Youth

Flaming Youth
FLAMING YOUTH Flaming Youth are best known merely as footnotes in the histories of both Howard & Blaikley (who wrote the songs) and Genesis (the group included Phil Collins). Their album has been treated with scant regard, deep hatred (most notably by those musos who (a) think it is “cool” to hate Phil Collins; (b) think it i [...]

Okay Lyrics

Okay Lyrics
OKAY / HE’S A RAVER A-side: Okay ! (Ken Howard/Alan Blaikley) Released: 12-5-1967 It was the first 7″ released in France as a single. before this release there were EP-releases in France. Lyrics: na na na na na, na na na, na, na, na. na na la t [...]

LP Argentina

LP Argentina
ARGENTINA L.P.’s DAVE DEE, DOZY, BEAKY, MICK & TICH Philips 82171 PL Side 1:DDD-BMT, Salva Me (Save Me), Frustracion (Frustration), Bang, Aqui Hay Un Corazon (Here’s A Heart), Agente Doble (Double Agent), Agarrete (Hold Tight!) Side 2:Escondete (Hideaway), Es Dificil Amarte (Hard To Love You), Doblala (Bend It), Tocame Tocam [...]

BBC Sessions

BBC Sessions
BBC SESSIONS     Imagine you’re in the sixties, and your favourite group has just released a new album. Well, this is it : “The BBC Sessions” !The chance to hear that elusive B-side from their initial single “Is It Love” ; a lot of never-before-available songs: “Hello Josephine”, “Watch Yo [...]

Dave Dee Soundtrack

Dave Dee Soundtrack
DAVE DEE SOUNDTRACK In 1972 Dave Dee sings, together with The King’s Singers, the soundtrack of the movie ‘Rentadick’. “…Richard Beckinsale  hit upon the idea of teaming Dave Dee up with the King’s Singers for a bawdied-up version of A Policeman’s Lot, which, against all odds, works really well, espec [...]

Marianne Chase

Marianne Chase
MARIANNE CHASE As Marianne Segal she already was active in the music business since 1966. In 1980 Marianne wrote and recorded with producer Eugene Moule and then signed with Double Dee Records. There was a single release which got a lot of plays in northern dance clubs it was called ‘Love Amnesia’. Marianne recorded this with (Dav [...]

August 1965

August 1965
AUGUST  1965   Summer 65 ?    Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich are about to throw the towel Dave Dee interviewed by Tony Gillham on BBC Radio Bedforshire (29/12/85): Tony Gillham: All I Want, not charting… so did that damage the boys morale? Dave Dee: Oh yea, absolutely. We got to the point where… we were a working band& [...]

If Music Be The Food Of Love lyrics

If Music Be The Food Of Love lyrics
ALBUM: IF MUSIC BE THE FOOD OF LOVE   A-1: Bang(Martin/Coulter) Bang! I was in loveHeard a simple melodyRunning round inside of meBells ringing in my headKnew something special was ahead Bang! I was in loveBang! I was in loveCause out of the blue I met you, I met you Now I know that this was itLove had scored a perfect hitRight ther [...]

No Time Covers

No Time Covers
NO TIME COVERS   French version: Monty - Oh! Quel beau jour [LP Monty] (France: Barclay 80.268) 6/65  Sometimes known as Jacques Monty, though his records never mentioned his real name (Jacques Bulostin). Starting with the yé-yé movement in France, he enjoyed a lot of success throughout the Sixties. He had a Rhythm’n’Blues inclination on [...]

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