Дискография Dennisons, The:
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The Dennisons were just one fabulous band. They looked right; they had all the right gear (Gibson 335s and Vox AC30s) and boy could they play. Very close in popularity in Liverpool to the Beatles, they were loud and brash. They had a great lead singer in Eddie Parry who had all the attributes to attract the ladies. In Ray Scragg they had voice straight out of the Deep South of the USA and in Steve McLaren one of the best guitarists in Liverpool, perhaps getting close to skills of Colin Manley of the Remo 4. I had the pleasure of playing on the same bill as them on a number of occasions mainly at the OPB. “The Dennisons have created the biggest impact in Liverpool since the Beatles," said the Cavern Club DJ Bob Wooler in 1963. Recording for Decca, the label which had turned down the Beatles, the Dennisons scored some minor hits, but by 1965 their potential had faded.