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DDDBM&T IN AMERICA Phase 5

DDDBM&T IN AMERICA Phase 5
PHASE FIVE: Nine Hits In Row, But Mick Still Unhappy ! (June – Oct. ’68) After the failure of “The Legend Of Xanadu” in the USA, Imperial decided to drop “Last Night In Soho” and issue “Break Out” instead. That was to be their last American release as a quintet.   The Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick [...]

DDDBM&T IN AMERICA Phase 4

DDDBM&T IN AMERICA Phase 4
PHASE FOUR: We want to make it in America (Mar. – May ’68) With “Zabadak” getting lots of airplay and a genuine hit in the American and Canadian charts, Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich were ready to embark on a new tour of the U.S.A. This March 1968 visit was to be supported by a new album, “If No One Sang” [...]

DDDBM&T IN AMERICA Phase 3

DDDBM&T IN AMERICA Phase 3
PHASE THREE: Now A Giant Here! (July ’67 – Jan. ’68) During the Flower-Power Summer ’67 the group’s “Okay” single and their “Greatest Hits” album made a small venture into the US charts. Soon a new college tour of America was being prepared, but Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich then switched the [...]

DDDBM&T IN AMERICA Phase 2

DDDBM&T IN AMERICA Phase 2
PHASE TWO: We Want to crack the States (Oct. ’66 – June ’67) Autumn ’66 and the latest Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich disc was banned by many US radio stations because of “explicit” lyrics. A new vocal by Dave Dee, again written by “Howard Blaikley”, was quickly recorded to replace the original [...]

DDDBM&T IN AMERICA Phase 1

DDDBM&T IN AMERICA Phase 1
PHASE ONE: Watch out America (Dec. ’65 – Aug. ’66) 1965: Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich had hardly entered the national charts for the first time when a trip to the United States was already in discussion. Consequently, “You Make It Move” was soon released as their first american single in the New Year. At the ti [...]

DDDBM&T IN AMERICA

DDDBM&T IN AMERICA
Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich conquered the charts in England, Germany and the rest of the continent, the Commonwealth countries like South Africa, Australia, New Zealand or Canada, and even Japan. But they never made it in the United States. What happened ? Below are two lengthy reports from American magazines written in 1973 and 1 [...]

Live Concerts

Live Concerts
LIVE CONCERTS Dave Dee & Co. on stage (late 1966) AS DAVE DEE AND THE BOSTONS 1962 Sat 26 May 1962 – Club X, Walcot, Swindon, Wiltshire, England Supported by Rod Star and The Stereos (from Chippenham). Sat 30 June 1962 – Club X, Walcot, Swindon, Wiltshire, England Supported by Screaming Baron Ginge. Sat 8 September 1962 – [...]

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