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Drumbeat 25th April

Sunday, 08 March 2015 14:00

Drumbeat
The recording of the Drumbeat album at Abbey Road Studios. 
Pictured, from the left, are: John Barry, Sylvia Sands, Stewart Morris, Dennis Lotis, 
Norman Newell, Bob Miller, Geoff Love.

25th April:

Taking part:

Orchestra Director: Bob Miller
Orchestra: The Millermen
Group Leader: John Barry
Instrumental Group: The John Barry Seven
Vocal Group: The Three Lana Sisters
Vocal Group: The Raindrops
Vocal Group: The Mudlarks
Vocalist: Vince Eager
Vocalist/Pianist: Roy Young
Vocalist: Sylvia Sands
Vocalist Adam Faith
Vocalist Terry Dene
Guest Vocalist: Anthony Newley
Compere: Gus Goodwin

 

Music played 'live':

 

Vince Eager & JB7: Ready Teddy
Lana Sisters & Millermen: Buzzin
Adam Faith & JB7: Never Mind
Millermen: Robot Walk
Roy Young & JB7: Where were you on our wedding day?
Raindrops & Millermen: Charlie Brown
John Barry Seven: Farrago
Sylvia Sands, Millermen: Love me in the daytime
Terry Dene & JB7: I need your love tonight
Vince Eager, Raindrops, Millermen: Never Be Anyone Else But You
Millermen: Peter Gunn
Roy Young & JB7: I Go Ape
Anthony Newley, Raindrops, Millermen: Idle On Parade
John Barry Seven: Bees Knees
Mudlarks & Millermen: Tell Him No
Adam Faith & JB7: I Vibrate
Vince Eager & Company: Open Up Dem Pearly Gates

 

Dates of Broadcast
1. 4th April 12. 20th June
2. 11th April 13. 27th June
3. 18th April 14. 4th July
4. 25th April 15. 11th July
5. 2nd May 16. 18th July (Telerecorded)
6. 9th May 17. 25th July
7. 16th May 18. 1st August
8. 23rd May 19. 8th August
9. 30th May 20. 15th August
10. 6 June 21. 22nd August
11. 13th June 22. 29th August
John Barry – The Lost Tracks
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Specialising in book publications and CD releases about John Barry and our book "Hit ans Miss: The Story of The John Barry Seven.

PIA website

Have a look at our old "Play It Again" label website here.

Play It Again Records CD catalogue offered the discerning listener a wide choice of digitally re-mastered recordings from film and television, and rare collections of work from the likes of Don Black and Ron Grainer.

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