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Beat Waves Cross The Mersey Vol 3

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A series of CD’s that compliment the stories in the books,
“Beat Waves 'Cross the Mersey” and “Some Other Guys”.

All original recordings from the 1960’s, many of them never previously released. Plus some live recordings from the famous Liverpool clubs, all digitally re-mastered.

Reelin' and Rockin' (Chuck Berry)
Live recording from 1961 Ogi & the Flintstones
If She Knew (Tony Emery/Kevin Short) – recorded in 1965 by The Notions
Oh Carol (Neil Sedaka) – recorded in 1964 by The L.S.D.
Cover Girl (Skip Bifferty) – recorded in 1968 by The Perfumed Garden
Lost and Alone (Dave Stanton/Alan Davies)
recorded in 1964 by The Prowlers
Betty, Betty, Betty (Lonnie Donnegan) – recorded in 1963 by The Cordes
You Can't Sit Down (Clark/Upchurch/Muldrow)
recorded in 1966 by The Playboys
Down the Road A Piece (Amos Milburn)
recorded in 1964 by T.L.'s Bluesicians
What's It All About (Robert Montgomery)
recorded in 1964 by The Mersey Five
The Folk I Love (Sherry) – recorded in 1966 by The Carrolls
What's the Matter Baby (Otis/Byers)
recorded in 1966 by The Cherry Stones
You Won't Be Leaving (Tony Hazzard)
recorded in 1966 by The Four Originals
Can You See A Way (Dave Delaney / Dave McCarthy)
recorded in 1966 by The Notions
For You (Joe Burke/Al Dubin)
recorded in 1962 by The Panthers
Clary (Coates/Allan/Debois)
recorded in 1964 by The Downbeats
Then I Kissed Her (Spector/Greenwich/Mann)
recorded in 1969 by Taste of Honey
Who's Gonna Pick Up the Pieces (Chuck Jackson)
recorded in 1965 by The Almost Blues
I Can't Help Myself (Richard Mumford)
recorded in 1964 by The Tributes
Back Door Blues (Big Bill Broonzy)
recorded in 1965 by The Terry Hines Sextet
See You on Saturday Night (Lionel Harris/Terence Connor)
recorded in 1963 by The Delemeres, featuring Karl Terry

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