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Bio Excerpt from All Music:
Founded in 1957 by John McNally (guitar/vocals), the Searchers were originally one of thousands of skiffle groups formed in the wake of Lonnie Donegan's success with "Rock Island Line." The Searchers' immediate competitors included bands such as the Wreckers and the Confederates, both led by Michael Pender (guitar, vocals), and the Martinis, led by Tony Jackson (guitar/vocals). By 1959, McNally and Pender were working together as a duet; later in the year, Jackson joined as the lead vocalist. After drummer Norman McGarry left the Searchers he was replaced by Chris Crummy, who quickly renamed himself Chris Curtis. Other changes were in the works as Jackson built and learned to play a customized bass guitar. Learning his new job on the four-stringed instrument proved too difficult to permit him to continue singing lead, and McNally and Pender brought in a fifth member, Johnny Sandon (born Billy Beck). Johnny Sandon & the Searchers lasted from 1960 through February of 1962, and were extremely popular on the dance hall and club circuit in Liverpool. Sandon cut out for a career on his own, with another band called the Remo Four in early 1962.
Meanwhile, the Searchers, now a quartet with Jackson once again lead singer, became one of the top acts on the Liverpool band scene, playing textured renditions of American R&B, rock & roll, country, soul, and rockabilly. ...
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All Music Album Review
Castle's 1988 Searchers Collection compiles 24 cuts from the legendary British Invasion collective's Merseybeat heydays, including "Sugar and Spice," "Love Potion No. 9," "Have You Ever Loved Somebody," and "Needles and Pins." While solid overall, there are better collections out there, with Rhino's Greatest Hits being the most economical and the exhaustive, three-disc Definitive Pye Collection being the most extravagant.
01. When I Get Home
02. Take Me For What I'm Worth
03. Have You Ever Loved Somebody
04. What Have They Done To The Rain
05. Don't Throw Your Love Away
06. Sweets For My Sweet
07. Sugar And Spice
08. Needles And Pins
09. When You Walk In The Room
10. Love Potion No. 9
11. Some Other Guy
12. Can't Help Forgiving You
13. Its In Her Kiss
14. Shimmy Shimmy
15. Hi Heel Sneakers
16. This Feeling Inside
17. Farmer John
18. Magic Potion
19. Good Night Baby
20. Stand By Me
21. Da Doo Ron Ron
22. Twist And Shout
23. Western Union
24. Crazy Dreams
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