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Songs written by Howard Blaikley for other artists:
Joe Brady: The Great Train Robbery / Is This Where We Say Goodbye (Pye 7N 15569) 10/63
The Wolves: Now / This Year, Next Year (Pye 7N 15733) 12/64
Alan Dean & His Problems: Thunder and Rain (Pye 7N 15749) 01/65
The Soul Agents: Don’t Break It Up (Pye 7N 15768) 02/65
Peter An [...]
A TRIBUTE TO HOWARD AND BLAIKLEY
A great C.D., featuring songs by the world famous hit songwriters Ken Howard and Alan BlaikleyAn amazing new look and sound tot their greatest million selling hits. A beautiful artistic approach and insanely catchy…sung/played and arranged by JANUSsongs recorded by elvis presley,dave dee,dozy,beaky mick [...]
HIDEAWAY / HERE’S A HEART
A-side: Hideaway (Ken Howard/Alan Blaikley) Released: 27-5-1966
Hideaway (come on) Far from the light of day (come on) Leaving the world behind And out of mind A place we’ll find Where we can hideaway
Hideaway (come on) Where we can go and play (come on) [...]
The Atrix were a Irish new wave/powerpop band formed in mid 1978 by John Borrowman (guitar/vocals) and Chris Green (keyboards), both ex Berlin. Alan Finney on bass (ex Schoolkids) and drummer Hugh Friel, ex Slow Motion Orchestra. This lineup made the first demo recording (“Circus Tragedy”) and appeared at the Carnsore Point [...]
Greatest Hits Fontana 858.036 FPY
A-Side:ZabadakMarinaHideawayYou Make It MoveSave MeHe’s A Raver
B-Side:Bend It!The Sun Goes DownTouch Me Touch MeI Can’t StopOkay!
If Music Be The Food Of Love…Fontana 886 409
A Side: Bang, I’m On The Up, Hideaway, Shame, Hands Off, Loos Of EnglandB Side: Help M [...]
Despite the brightly cheerful pop sound of the records by Dave Dee and company -overseen by producer Steve Rowland- they failed to find a following in America, allthough a number of their records were issued there.But the band had a huge following in England, playing to sold-out audiences.True, they had a reputation as something [...]
Mod Ball, Guildhall, Southampton, Hampshire, England
Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich, Ten Feet Five, The MeddyEVILS
Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich, the Salisbury group whose disc “No Time” seems to be heading for the charts are appearing at the Mod Ball, Guildhall, Southampton on Friday evening [...]
The intention is to list possibly all of Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich covers by other artists around the world, most of which originated in the Sixties, when the group was most successful. Some were already done in 1965, but 1966 was the year the group found fame, and saw the hits starting to get covered, especially in German [...]
The only country all around the world with DVD-releases of Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich. Of course with many thanks to Bert van Breda’s BRMusic. In 2003 this fantastic DVD was released: BR Music, BD 3010-91. Hold Tight (Blue Peter 15-03-1966)2. You Make It Move (BBB 01-07-1966)3. Hideaway (Beatclub 28-05- [...]
WE CHANGED 200%
In an interview DBM&T’s Mick says about the split-up of the band: We’ve changed 100 percent, in fact I’ll correct that and say 200 percent. Nothing is the same, things have been difficult during the last nine months, but now the direction has been found. Now we look back upon the split as being a tremend [...]
If you look at the vinyl label you find the print 2nd series or 3rd series.
2nd series means it is the second EP by the artist/group. This was generally done in France — for EP’s !
Especially on the Philips/Fontana label.
We suppose the label would not use “1st series” on a record, not knowing if ther [...]
This BBC take is very cheerful, and the performers seem to enjoy the session. While Beaky plays the accordion, Tich is delicately adding touches of his balalaika around the melody. And everyone joins in the middle-eight, whistling and shouting.
Starting with “Touch Me, Touch Me”, Howard and Blaikley seemed to delight [...]