The Merseybeats The Merseybeats (1964)

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Name:The Merseybeats The Merseybeats (1964)

Total Size: 78.59 MB

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01_Milkman - The Merseybeats.mp3 (Size: 78.59 MB) (Files: 22)

 01_Milkman - The Merseybeats.mp3

3.76 MB

 02_Hello, Young Lovers - The Merseybeats.mp3

4.03 MB

 03_He Will Break Your Heart - The Merseybeats.mp3

5.82 MB

 04_Funny Face - The Merseybeats.mp3

4.61 MB

 05_Really Mystified - The Merseybeats.mp3

3.94 MB

 06_The Girl That I Marry - The Merseybeats.mp3

3.91 MB

 07_Fools Like Me - The Merseybeats.mp3

5.48 MB

 08_My Heart And I - The Merseybeats.mp3

3.63 MB

 09_Bring It On Home To Me - The Merseybeats.mp3

4.66 MB

 10_Lavender Blue - The Merseybeats.mp3

4.00 MB

 11_Jumping Jonah - The Merseybeats.mp3

4.26 MB

 12_Don't Turn Around - The Merseybeats.mp3

4.39 MB

 13_It's Love That Really Counts - The Merseybeats.mp3

3.92 MB

 14_The Fortune Teller - The Merseybeats.mp3

3.97 MB

 15_I Think Of You - The Merseybeats.mp3

4.80 MB

 16_Mister Moonlight - The Merseybeats.mp3

4.01 MB

 17_Wishin' And Hopin' - The Merseybeats.mp3

4.92 MB

 18_Last Night (I Made A Little Girl Cry) - The Merseybeats.mp3

4.13 MB

 The Merseybeats - The Merseybeats (1964).nfo

3.22 KB

 The Merseybeats - The Merseybeats (Back).jpg

84.57 KB

 The Merseybeats - The Merseybeats (Front).jpg

171.11 KB

 The Merseybeats - The Merseybeats.jpg

99.74 KB

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The Merseybeats - The Merseybeats (1964)
CD To Mp3 256 mbit/s
Included: CD Covers and this Info
(This is a request by "bjtrains)

The Merseybeats (later becoming The Merseys) are a Merseybeat band that emerged from the Liverpool scene in the early 1960s, performing at The Cavern Club along with The Beatles, Gerry & The Pacemakers and other similar artists.

The Merseybeats:
Originally called The Mavericks, Tony Crane (born Anthony Crane, 17 April 1945, Anfield, Liverpool) and Billy Kinsley (born William Ellis Kinsley, 28 November 1946, at The Mill Road Hospital, Mill Road, Anfield, Liverpool) formed their first band in late 1960 and became The Pacifics in September 1961. They were re-named The Mersey Beats in February 1962 by Bob Wooler, MC at the Cavern Club. Later in April 1962 they became The Merseybeats. By now Crane and Kinsley had joined up with guitarist Aaron Williams (born 23 June 1942, Liverpool) and drummer John Banks (born 23 September 1943, Liverpool - died 20 April 1988). They were originally signed to the Brian Epstein organisation, but when Epstein failed to supply The Merseybeats with the same classy suits that he had given The Beatles, they parted company with him, much to their later regret.

They then signed a record deal with Fontana and had their first hit single in 1963 with "It's Love That Really Counts", followed in 1964 by their million-selling recording "I Think of You" which gained them their first gold disc. They suffered a setback when in February 1964 Billy Kinsley left to form his own band, The Kinsleys. He was temporarily replaced by Bob Garner (later of The Creation) and permanently by Johnny Gustafson, formerly of The Big Three. With Gustafson they had two more major hits, "Don't Turn Around" and "Wishin' & Hopin'". Other successful recordings included "Last Night", "Don't Let it Happen to Us", "I Love You Yes I Do", "I Stand Accused", "Mister Moonlight", "Really Mystified" and "The Fortune Teller." Meanwhile Kinsley had returned to the fold late 1964.

The Merseybeats became well known for their distinctive style of fashion. They were credited as the 'Best Looking Group', dressed in tight-fitting suits with bolero jackets and frilly shirts. Their outfits, complete with high-heeled zip boots, provoked hysteria from their female fans

They appeared regularly at Liverpool’s world famous Cavern Club and they claim to have appeared there with The Beatles on more occasions than any other band from that era. They were also successful abroad, touring in Germany and the U.S. in 1964, and having their own Merseybeats Show on Italian television.

01. Milkman
02. Hello Young Lovers
03. He Will Break Your Heart
04. Funny Face
05. Really Mystified
06. The Girl That I Marry
07. Fools Like Me
08. My Heart And I
09. Bring It On Home To Me
10. Lavender Blue
11. Jumpin' Jonah
12. Don't Turn Around
13. It's Love That Really Counts
14. Fortune Teller
15. I Think Of You
16. Mister Moonlight
17. Wishin' And Hopin'
18. Last Night (I Made A Little Girl Cry)

Tony Crane - Guitar, vocals
Aaron Williams- Guitar, vocals
Billy Kinsley - Bass, vocals
John Banks - Drums
Johnny Gustavson - Bass

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