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Paramounts, The

Также известно как: Paramounts
Члены группы Paramounts, The: B.J. Wilson, Chris Copping, Gary Brooker, Robin Trower
Группа в интернете: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Paramounts

Дискография Paramounts, The:

# Название релиза Информация об aльбоме Купить альбом в iTunes Год издания Лейбл
1 Whiter Shades Of R&B 16 audio iTunes 1983 Edsel Records
2 Poison Ivy 4 audio iTunes 1963 Parlophone
3 I'm The One Who Loves You 4 audio iTunes 1964 Parlophone
4 Poison Ivy 4 audio iTunes EMI
5 Poison Ivy / I Feel Good All Over 2 audio iTunes The Liverpool Sound
6 Little Bitty Pretty One / A Certain Girl 2 audio iTunes 1964 Parlophone
7 Poison Ivy / I Feel Good All Over 2 audio iTunes 1963 The Liverpool Sound
8 Blue Ribbons 4 audio iTunes 1965 Parlophone
9 Whiter Shades Of R&B 16 audio iTunes 1991 Edsel Records
10 Poison Ivy 4 audio iTunes 1978 EMI

A tight 4-piece rhythm & blues band, who performed in 'mod-cafes' and pub bars like 'The Shades' (run by Trower's father) and 'The Elms' around the Southend area in Essex, England. Previously known as "The Coasters" the band adopted their new name in November 1960. Scott left the band and Brooker took on his vocals. Copping departed in 1962 and was replaced on bass by Graham 'Diz' Derrick. The group had moderate chart success with the cover single "Poison Ivy" after signing to Parlophone late in 1963. They appeared on both "Ready! Steady! Go!" and "Thank Your Lucky Stars" TV shows, sharing the bill with "The Rolling Stones" in the latter. Sadly, they did not have similar success to The Stones. They gigged around the London scene but, after several further singles, all of which failed and deviated somewhat from their R&B style, the group broke up in 1966. Among their acquaintances on the Southend circuit were [a=Graham Bonney] and [a=Mickey Jupp] (then in "The Orioles"). [a=Robin Trower] eventually became recognized as an accomplished blues guitarist and [a=Gary Brooker] found fame with his co-written "Whiter Shade Of Pale" in [a=Procol Harum].

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