The Tremeloes - Here comes my baby (Live at Beat Club 1967)
This is a Request from "Foursticks" Not the best quality,but it's the only one i have.
Performed live at Beat-Club Show Bremen, Germany. Aired: ?/?/1967
Lenght: 02:59 min / Type: AVI File / Quality: G + (Black and White)
Video: Xvid 320x240 29.97fps [Stream 00]
Audio: MPEG Audio Layer 3 22050Hz mono 64Kbps [Stream 01]
The Tremeloes are an English rock and roll band, founded in 1958 in Dagenham, Essex. The Tremeloes are one of the longest surviving, still playing regularly more than 50 years after the group's founding. They had fourteen UK and two U.S. Top 20 hit singles. They were the first south of England group to top the chart in the beat boom era.
All members shared vocals, though most of the songs featured either Hawkes or Munden as the lead singer. West sang lead vocal on "Silence is Golden".
After switching from Decca to CBS Records, the Tremeloes started an even more successful hit run from 1967 onwards with Cat Stevens' "Here Comes My Baby"; " Hello World " and two Italian hits translated into English, "Suddenly You Love Me" (which is Riccardo Del Turco's "Uno tranquillo" - "One Quiet Man") and "My Little Lady" (based on Orietta Berti's "Non illuderti mai" - "Never Deceive Yourself"), and their Number one recording of an old Four Seasons' B-side, "Silence is Golden". Both this last single and "Here Comes My Baby" also entered the Top Twenty of the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 on CBS' co-owned Epic Records In addition both tracks sold one million copies globally, earning gold disc status.Chart Positions: UK Singles Chart #4 / U.S. Billboard Hot 100 #13 From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Tremeloes
Alan Blakely - Rhythm Guitarist / Keyboards / Vocalist
Rick West - Lead Guitarist / Vocalist
Chip Hawkes - Bassist / Vocalist
Dave Munden - Drummer / Vocalist