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CALL UP THE GROUPS 17
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Many will know of the MeddyEvils- top Southampton 60s group
and they reformed for one of the annual 'Back To The Sixties' shows at the
Concorde Club( see Site Map for links) and I am constant touch with Roy Roberts
of that very band! Roy has been in the maritime business for many years as
befits a local lad and often over in Spain where he calls by at Beakys Gig in
Benavista El Paraiso Costa del Sol. Yes the very same Beaky of Dave Dee and co-
one of the biggest names during the Swinging Sixties with massive chart success.
Roy has sent a few pics and if you are ever in the area then pop in to see and
hear Beaky in action- still performing those great songs and many classic
50s/60s hits that bring the house down on very occasion! Many star names
often drop by and even get up to play which surprises anyone lucky enough to be
in the audience- you never know who will guesting!
Although DDDBM&T were a Salisbury based outfit, Southampton
always claimed them as they were managed by Avenue Artistes under Len Canham and
Bob James in the early days of Dave Dee & The Bostons. Fantastic band plus
a comedy side that came through when they hit the big time and they played the
usual local dance halls around the South Coast before their expected chart runs
etc. Again, you will find more info and images on the group throughout my
webpages. Sadly Dave Dee passed away a short while ago and Tich & Dozy are still
keeping the band's name alive with regular tours here and abroad. 2014-
Beaky has now rejoined his old pals and currently touring all over Europe plus
Roy Roberts and Beaky
Beakys Gig- two of the walls!
E-mail from Malcolm Cross (April 2013)- more great
memories of the Sixties and beyond:
I have spent many an hour reminiscing over your WebPages, with still
more to go. Brilliant job. Keep it going please. I don't believe that we
have met, so let me introduce myself. My name is Malcolm Cross and I am yet
another old ex-muso' of the Sixties.Having recently read the submission from
Graham Sherin regarding the 60's band; The 'WHEELS of FORTUNE'; (Call up the
Groups 16) I have some additional follow on information and memories that
might be of interest. It does skirt beyond the Sixties, but there is
a Sixties link and a Sixties re-union.
The story really starts for me in the late fifties when schoolmate Mike
Sherin and me became hooked on the early Rock and Roll music. We took our
guitars to school and were allowed to play them in the school hall during
free periods. A first for this school at least. We followed that on Thursday
evenings attending the 'Rock and Roll Shows' at the Town Hall in Eastleigh,
watching and listening to visiting bands, and the musicians that I
believe were from the 'Band Box' stable in St Mary's Street Southampton.
They also sort of 'impersonated' the big stars, including Gene Vincent,
Buddy Holly, Presley, Eddie Cochran, Cliff Richard and some others.
This was the place to be for the music, the dancing and the fashions of the
day. All relatively new and exciting.
This was the time when Rock and Roll really meant Rock and Roll, and
not perhaps the ignorant mis-use of the name used for some of the music
today. Anyway, I think it was 'Mad' Dave DaCosta; who took on the Eddie
Cochran songs, and whose guitar I bought from the Band Box in 1959, and
which I still have. Then in 1960, Mike, his brother Graham Sherin, Graham's
mate Dave Barrett and myself; all four of us on guitars, met up to practice
songs for our own pleasure, but it didn't really come to anything, so
we sort of went our own way for a time
Then as Graham says; in late 1963, Mike and Graham Sherin, Chris Aldis
and me now on drums, came together as the 'WHEELS of FORTUNE'. In 1966,
Mike left the band and later went to Australia, so Graham, myself and
Chris decided to continue on as the 'GENERATION', with new additions; Derek
Primmer, who was an old friend on rhythm guitar, and John Fisher on lead
vocals. We were lucky to find John as good versatile singers were very hard
to find at the time. We had some bad experiences with a so called 'Agent'
with promises of help, and we lost money. Derek and Chris were also
'diddled' out of valuable equipment and a car, in a deal that went
badly wrong, but that is a whole other story. Chris then also left the band
and went to Canada, and with Mike having previously gone to
Australia, perhaps there was a message there somewhere? However; we
persevered But Graham was poached first by the 'Unforgiven' and then the
'Forbidden Fruit', so Derek took on lead guitar and we en-listed Alan Filmer
on bass and Russell Rowe on rhythm guitar and keyboards. Alan and
Russell became available when their band the 'Curlews' broke up.
as the 'VISION', together with a manager; Denny Evans, we took work from
several of the local agencies; Avenue Artists, Carlton Entertainments and
others, although like most bands, our 'bread and butter' gigs were the
Social and Working Men's clubs and some private functions. We played all the
Naval Shore Stations in the area, (great memories of HMS Collingwood's PO's
Mess) and Southampton's Top Rank Suite and the Pier Ballroom in the very
peak of their hay days before the bulldozers and fire destroyed them.
Amongst many great gigs, we supported Billy Fury, strangely backed by the
Dakotas at the time, then Billy J Kramer, and The Bystanders, at the 'White
Buck' Burley in the New Forest. Another great atmospheric place for bands in
Fisher left in 1970. (I believe for a residency with Top Rank) Derek now
took over the lead vocals with Alan and Russell assisting on harmonies with
some solos. After just a couple of years the band broke up with Derek
retiring, and Alan and Russell continuing with Phil Champion and my brother
Peter Cross on drums. In the early Seventies I worked with other bands until
meeting up again with Graham Sherin who was starting the band 'FLARE'. Roger
Lewis joined on Bass. But in 1975, I left to join Mick Haley and Derek
Godfrey in 'FROST', doing largely Sixties numbers; later renamed as
'MERLIN', and joined again by Russell Rowe, and then Wally Brewer on
Bass. Graham Medley and Paul Wheeler were 'stand ins' in the early days.
As most people who knew Mick will know, Mick Haley, Derek Godfrey and Peter
Cross also started out back in the mid- Sixties, originally as the 'Envoys'
. I do recall Mick probably had the largest record collection outside of
'Jack Hobbs' or 'Henrys'; if you are old enough to remember those shops?
built up a large list of Sixties numbers, in 1982 we started specialising in
Sixties revival gigs, initially at the 'Home Tavern' in Eastleigh on Friday
evenings, which proved very popular. So we then did these and other specific
Sixties gigs under the name of 'RECOLLECTION' alongside the normal gigs as
'MERLIN' After another two years the band split, but this had been the
proving ground for Mick Haley and Wally Brewer to expand on this, and form
'Peter Pod and the Peas'. Mick was a very hard working and charismatic guy
who sadly passed away a couple of years ago. It was a great experience to
have been a part of his previous bands.Then I joined up with Graham Sherin
for the third time, and Roger Lewis again, for the last two years of
'SNAPSHOT', and that was it for me.Finally though, in 1992 myself and Graham
organised a re-union for some of our Sixties musician friends (including
Chris Aldis who was visiting the UK) to replay some of the Sixties sets to
an audience of family and friends, joined by Graham's band 'Poky' for the
final set. The original four of us from 'The Wheels' still remain in touch
fifty years later. Graham and myself meet often, and we catch up with Mike
and Chris when we can.
up the good work. Regards
Riverside Park Woodmill (River Itchen)
Isle Of Wight Festival 1969- check the
line-up and prices - Man!
The blonde hippy chick on the left is
Southampton's own Pat 'Yum' Othen
Photo courtesy Magnum Photos
As you will probably know- my website has
been growing over the last few years and mostly based on the Southampton area
but not forgetting that many of us local groups played all over the South.
We have good links with PompeyPop, run by Dave Allen and Mick Cooper and covers
the Portsmouth area just a few miles down the old A27 if nostalgic- otherwise
use the M27! Many of criss-crossed as we performed on other patches and
always great nights as all audiences just loved listening/dancing to us all
without any 'territorial' nonsense that has crept in over recent years (often
football related-yawn....) We also 'crossed the border' into West/East
Sussex and they also had a thriving music scene, which is covered by the
excellent Brighton Beat website and worth a look.
The Southampton Echo recently published a
great article on an early 60s Brighton group- The Hustlers but having a couple
of Southampton musicians onboard so worthy of a mention here! I've just
got in touch with Peter Dresch and he kindly sent some info and pics, with maybe
more to come soon. Peter is 2nd from the left and- yes- he does look like
a certain well known guitarist whose own late 50s instrumental group who
inspired a generation of new young 'beat groups' as we were labelled.
Check out the Echo article at:
Peter is the guitarist with glasses and -
yes- he was inspired by Buddy Holly and actually saw him in concert at the
Southampton Gaumont on the 1958 tour. Not forgetting that Hank B. Marvin
was also influenced by the glasses and red Fender Stratocaster- I believe the
first one in the UK?
The black & white pic was taken by a pro
photographer for publicity in the singers mum's pub in Brighton. The colour
one was taken at a large youth club in Uckfield, East Sussex. We would get
over 200 teenagers there. We did every Wednesday night there for eighteen
months and that was where we played our last gig together in 1965. We did
travel west twice to play at the Royal Marines barracks in Portsmouth, but
all the other gigs we did from 1960 to 1965 were in Sussex, Kent and Surrey.
Great days with many lovely memories. Wish I could go back there. I have
just opened a web site for us that you may like to take a look at
THE HUSTLERS 1961
Tony Burchell Malvin Chapman Richard Pearce
As promised, here are another couple of photos of the Hustlers. The black &
white one was taken just before Christmas 1961 with the original five
members. Note the 'giants' hanging on the wall for their pantomime. One fell
on the drummer as we were playing! The coloured photo was take at a care
home in Worthing last year. We did five gigs there for the old folk at no
charge. It was great seeing them singing along to all the songs.
THE HUSTLERS 2012
(DSJ: " Compare the equipment to 1961!")
I gather that some more old photos might surface soon and I look forward to
adding them in the near future
I get loads of mail and these 'fab' photos
from all over the world, often resulting in follow-ups as they jog more
memories, but some get blurred in the passage of time. Many of us
Southampton bands played at gigs in the beautiful New Forest which is right on
the city's doorstep- our 'back garden' and I had this mail in from John Cauley
(Pete Mystery and the Strangers) as featured on Groups 10 page)
Hi David... been scouring your outstanding
website again, It really is a fantastic resource. When Pete Mystery and the
Strangers (call up the groups 10) disbanded 1964 -like an idiot I sold all
my gear Vox AC 30s and Burns Splitsonic guitar and didnt touch a guitar
until the 1990s. Instead of being part of the live music scene I became
just another Joe going to gigs around local area. Just out of curiosity I
remember going to see a popular group called Wishful Thinking, the lead
singer Danny Finn went on to join the New Seekers. The venue was in the New
Forest area and I thought it was Burley Manor Hotel. To cut this short
before I start rambling on... I went to this big old house today but couldnt
find a room that fitted my memory as the venue. Maybe it wasnt Burley Manor
Hotel...Can you throw light on this...like I said its just curiosity.?
regards John Cauley.
Many will know that Wishful Thinking were
one of the top local groups featuring lead vocalist Kevin Scott (of early
Kinsmen fame) along with Tony Collier and co- see other webpages. Kevin
did become Danny Finn and joined a later line-up of the New Seekers who sold
millions of records in the 1970s. Danny also married the beautiful Eve
Graham (shared vocals with Lyn Paul) and been settled in Scotland for many
years. Had a flurry of e-mails and here are a couple:
I believe that it was of course at the Burley
Manor but we played there when it was also called the White Buck – with the
007s I backed several bands like Lulu & the Luvvers, etc; also played at the
Bure Club with many “names” plus even Cilla Black (White) who had the
doubtful pleasure of sharing our dressing room. After 007s and Commancheros
I joined Johnny (Tich) Watson’s Star Combo (fresh from Hamburg) then
concentrated on my career in the NHS until twenty years ago when I escaped
(early retirement) and moved to Devon playing with Hard Times, and Stax of
Soul etc. There are so many of us and the DSJ website is a real blessing so
we can indeed (re) Call up the groups...
Gerry (Hayne) [keyboards]
I remember the 007's, I saw the band play at a
club in Lyndhurst. I worked with the bass guitarist David Chalk, I sold my
Harmony H75 guitar to the 007's guitarist.
ZAC AND THE ZEROS
Just an update on this one, The Burley Manor
Hotel is still there and thriving, and so is the White Buck Inn, and also
still going strong... These are two different venues, in fact the guy who
ran The White Buck was John Loose, and this is more likely to have been the
gig in question, as we all played there many times, it was a great gig... I
always wondered what ever happened to John Loose... Hope this helps...
Only the Bure Club for me David. Played
there several times with Ten Feet Five - once with Brian Poole & The
Tremeloes! In fact, we were down to play there with an emerging band called
The Beatles but, they broke big and bought themselves out of their
club/dance hall contracts. Ironic to think Brian Poole & The Trems were the
band Decca signed up instead of The Beatles!!As far as were concerned, The
Bure Club was one of the better venues on the 'circuit'.
Also, being a former member of Pete Mystery & The
Strangers, my best wishes to John Cauley. I am still in regular contact
with our lead guitarist. Just to make him feel even worse, one of the guys
I play with over here has 1961 and 1963 Fender Strats. and his brother has a
1958 Precision bass!! Sorry John.
John Walker (Ten Feet Five/Troggs)
The Venue was more likely to be the White Buck at
Burley, Wishful Thinking played there. Memories of the Sir Walter Tyrell.
It was always packed to the hilt Friday , Saturday and Sunday. Len Baker was
the manager in 1968 and his assistant was Tony. Len put up the money for
Brownhill Stamp duty to record the Beatles Song Maxwell's Silver Hammer.
Our Drummer Derek Griffiths fell off the back of
the stage out through the french windows while playing there one evening
with the Group called Jigsaw later to become Aquarius led by Rod Chainey
Southampton's number one covers band, always very well rehearsed, playing in
those days at least three or four times a week, Happy Days!!
In those days the Cinema at Ringwood (Regal) had
been turned into a dance hall and used to book bands on Mondays.
Chas (Charles Lamb)
I remember the Bure club very well. We had opened
for Crispian St. Peters back in the mid 60’s. Pied Piper era. While packing
up the equipment on stage, I spotted this hot little number checking me out.
Well, When I did the same, I tripped over one of the mic cords and literally
fell for her. Married her and still together after 48 years. So the Bure
Club has special memories for us.
I’ve attached a few more pictures of our bands back in the mid 60’s.
John Langford (Four Hits and a Miss)
These are the latest great photos
sent by John Langford and more nostalgic images that give the flavour of how we
dressed plus a mix of equipment- some basic and some with classic guitars, Vox
FOUR HITS AND A MISS- setting up!
L-R: Malcolm Collier Terry Collier Phil
Blenkarn Nicky James John Langford
TOP RANK SUITE- on the revolving stage!
Other acts set up behind and ready to swivel round
L-R: Malcolm Collier Terry Collier
John Rawlins John Langford (on keys). ?
ST JOHNS HALL HYTHE
L-R: Early 60sMalcolm Collier ?
Terry Collier John Langford
(Note the amp on left- 'The Falcons'
and 'Andy') Connected to Heinz' first band? Matching amp on right
I personally remember playing some of these
venues and especially the Bure Club at Mudeford which was one of the best.
Our first band- the Abdo-Men supported Eden Kane and the Downbeats who had
several hits in the early Sixties. Featured Eden and his brothers Peter
and Robin Sarstedt- Anglo/Indian family and great looking with voices to match,
the latter had their own solo successes and especially Peter with 'Where Do You
Go To My Lovely' one of the finest 60s love songs. You can read up more on our
very own Kevin/Danny Finn on Lyn Paul's own website:
http://www.lynpaulwebsite.org/NS-Finn.htm as well as Eve Graham (see below)
New Seekers c1978- Eve Graham on right
THE ANTHONY JAMES SCENE
I was in touch with you a few years ago regarding "The Anthony
James Scene", a Southampton-based soul band which formed in 1966, and
promised to send you some photos. They have at last come to light and are
attached.The lineup in the firstphoto below is (L-R) Ronnie Taylor
(alto sax), Tony House (drums), Tony Lowe (trumpet), Geoff Butt (vocals), Mike Kingswell (bass guitar), Mike Terry (lead guitar), John Lawler (tenor sax).
There was originally a keyboard player (possibly Richard Spell?) but he left
before we started gigging. Jeff Butts left towards the end of '66, Mike
Terry took over as vocalist, and Graham Mintram joined as lead guitar. I
started doubling on flute, and when I left (early 67), Graham Mintram took
over on tenor sax (not sure what happened about guitar), and Ronnie Taylor
acquired a baritone sax.
We were based at the Cliff Hotel, Woolston, but played all around the
southern counties (even as far as Cornwall after I left). The band broke up
about 1968, with several of them going into "The Globe Show" (Mike K
didn't, but was playing double bass on the QE2 about then).
Up to last week, I'd not seen any of them since those fabulous days, but met
up with Ronnie Taylor when he was gigging at the "Bent Brief" with his trio
"RSJ". His alto playing is ABSOLUTELY AWESOME these days. I now have a phone
number for Tony Lowe, and am minded to try tracking down the rest of them
(not with any view to making a comeback as my tenor hasn't left it's case
since the early 70s, and neither my lungs, nor my fingers could cope!).
Once again, apologies for the delay in finding and sending these photos on
PS: in case you don't recognise the venue, it's Southampton's Old Walls, by
the 40 steps and Catchcold Tower, and opposite (the long-gone) Pirelli's.
I don't play any instruments these days, my other interests in historical
re-creation have led me into occasional folk singing, though mostly at
re-creation events as I find clubs tend to be too organised and amplified
these days! I'm actually working on appearing in a 1914 event as a song
collecting member of the Folk Song Society (now EFDSS).
26 April 2014- e-mail
HI , I HAVE JUST BEEN SENT A LINK TO YOUR WEBSITE ABOUT BANDS OF THE 60’S
AND DISCOVERED AN ARTICLE AND SOME LONG FORGOTTEN PHOTOS OF THE ANTHONY
JAMES SCENE. I AM GEOFF BUTT. I LOST TOUCH WITH THE REST OF THE BAND IN LATE
1966 AND GAVE UP PLAYING LIVE UNTIL, THROUGH A CHANCE MEETING IN 1977 WITH
FOUR YOUNG LADS IN THEIR VERY EARLY 20’s WHO GOT ME INTERESTED IN PLAYING
AGAIN. IT STARTED AS JUST JAMMING IN A CHURCH HALL, TO FORMING A
COUNTRY/ROCK BAND CALLED KALEIDOSCOPE, PLAYING IN AND AROUND SOUTHAMPTON
SOCIAL CLUBS AND PUBS ABOUT THREE OR FOUR NIGHTS A WEEK. I ENJOYED THAT
UNTIL THE MID 80’s AND THEN RETERED AGAIN TO A QUIETER LIFE WITH MY FAMILY.
I STILL PLAY GUITAR AT HOME BUT IT WAS GREAT TO SEE THOSE OLD PHOTOS. PS,
GREAT WEB SITE
E-mail from Peter Gore who
used to play at the Kasbah Coffee Bar on the London Road from the mid Sixties.
My first band- The Abdo-Men also played in the cramped cellar that was
Southampton's own 'Cavern Club' Pete later went into a long career in DJ and
radio presenting work- much of it with the BBC all over the UK. He writes:
was the rhythm guitarist with the Meteors playing at the Kasbah. Joined the
army and had several groups in Bielefeld West Germany on guitar then on
Organ. I returned to Southampton with DJ work at the Silhouette club
and Birds nest. Gigged on organ in pubs like St Denys hotel and
another one at Blackfield. Joined BBC Radio Solent as a presenter.
Throughout my DJ time I remember well that Johnny Dymond was considered the
'prime' jock although I never met him, I seem to remember him doing stuff at
the Top Rank Suite in Archers Road
Actually it was him that I was betting on to get into Radio - as it turned
out ...it was me, and very happy as I was to morph into a 25 year life
with the Beeb. Presenting, producing, music production and programming,
reporting and ending as a senior journalist. My career was only limited by
the fact that I never wanted to go to London although I did do some foreign
reporting in the Far East mostly. At the age of 68 I have my memories and
the pleasure of seeing the younger people I worked with, and in some cases
trained, popping up on my TV screen doing a pretty good job!
Peter Gore April 2014
Birds Nest DJ - me pictured with the manager (forgotten his name)
1972- the chart dates it!
* Radio solent publicity card 1978
Radio London silver
microphone award L to R: Colin Blunstone, Emperor Rosko, Peter Gore, David
Carter (programme director BBC Radio London)
September 2014- another ex DJ has mailed
from Colombia South America!
My name is Keith Richards but was better known as
Keith James while I was with Avenue Artistes 1973-1975. My old mates Dave
Carson, who is sadly no longer with us as you probably know, along with Bob
Deene, Keith Rea and Alan Aston managed to persuade Len Canham and Terry
Rolph to take me into the fold. I recall Johnny Dymond and knew Dave, Bob,
Keith and Alan fairly well, with Bob teaching me a few tricks of the trade.
I purchased my equipment from Tony Francis , who used to play at the old Ice
Rink. It was made by Wyeminster (formerly Micron Electronics of Sholing) run
by Alan Shergold, who did a lot of work for me.
I once played at the Royal Pier (1974) but was
blacklisted by the manager, whose name escapes me, for playing the no.1
single at the time 'The Streak'. He told me not to play it, but I had to see
how he would react! I did various other local gigs including Fridays, After
8 Club and a dump called The Mermaid Club. I did quite a bit of work for
Avenue, with the icing on the cake being the Xmas dinner and Dance for ITN
News At Ten, up there off of Oxford Street London in 1974. I had excellent
feedback off of that one, which shot me right up the pecking order. I also
remember 'Swallow Disco' run by a guy called Vaughan,who came across as a
bit of a mystery man. He never said much to me.
Keith Richards 1978-Eastleigh
I quite often think about the good old days -
especially as I am now retired and live in Colombia South America with my
mother and wife. I have managed to find a couple of photos taken at the
Eastleigh Youth Centre 1978. It was my home town, and I was resident there
twice weekly between 1974-75 and then again in 1978. I remember the early
Seventies top twenty group ' White Plains'(When you are a King & My Baby
Love's Lovin') visiting the youth centre in 1975 to play a few sets. I don't
recall anything else though. Avenue did not mind as it was on a Tuesday and
Sunday, which was usually very quiet. If Avenue needed me for an engagement,
I usually had someone to fill in for me at the youth centre.
The console in the picture was made by 'Micron
Electronics' of Sholing, when they were situated by the Picador garage
Portsmouth Road. It was originally made for my old buddy Dave Carson(or Dave
the Rave),when he first started out. It was designed by Alan Shergold and
his partner, whose name escapes me. Alan went on to form Wyeminster on his
own in the Old Mill building in Station road Sholing and later in Peveril
road. This particular console was 4ft long with 4 channels (1 channel for
each turntable, plus microphone channel and auxilary). It had twin Garrard
turntables and a slide fader for each channel. I can't remember the output,
but it wasn’t much compared to the units today. My name was illuminated in a
Perspex panel at the front, with each letter displayed in a different
colour. There was a built in light chaser which looked great when actually
working, or you could just have it static.
There were two 4ft speaker cabinets with two 12"
cones plus horn in each cabinet. Also two 4ft lighting cabinets divided into
four colours (sound to light or chaser) with an ultra violet tube in each
cabinet, plus two 3ft cabinets with just one colour lighting the whole
cabinet at a time. There were two 4ft cases on stands (records) which
matched the stand for the console. Two revolving lights-one from a British
Telecom van (where Dave was an engineer) and the other from a police car,
bubble blowing machine, strobe, a very loud siren which originated from the
docks. I used to place the siren on top of the speaker cabinets, then when
some guy placed his beer glass on top of the cabinet, I used to let it rip!
It had great effect and made me laugh with their reaction. There were
several oil projectors plus a 3ft high power cabinet, because there were so
I hope this gives you a good idea how this great
set up looked, which Dave used on a Monday night at the Mecca Royal Pier in
the early seventies. This brings back lots of nice memories, but sadly I
have lost touch with Bob Deene, Alan Aston and Keith Rea.
Keith Richards (not that one!)
DSJ: Can you imagine having the name of
Keith Richards and living in Colombia? Especially walking into a local bar
and asking for coke......
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