- Performer:The Merseybeats
- Title:Beat & Ballads
- Style:British Invasion,Merseybeat
- Date of release:1982
- Size FLAC version1597 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1555 megabytes
- Size WMA version1653 megabytes
- Formats:APE VOX DXD ASF MP2 MP4
All of their British hits, and indeed most of the A- and B-sides they cut between 1963 and 1965 - "I Think of You," "Don't Turn Around, " "Wishin 'N' Hopin', " "I Stand Accused. Also includes the 1964 single "Last Night, " which flopped, but is one of the best obscure British invasion pop-rockers.
Merseybeats, The - Beat. And Ballads LP 1. 01. The Fortune Teller. Last Night (I Made A Little Girl Cry), was not quite so successful and just scraped into the Top Forty in November. The group's only album, 'The Merseybeats' (1964) featured standards and ballads like Rodgers & Hammerstein's Hello, Young Lovers. However, an EP titled 'On Stage', although not 'live' the title reminded Johnny Gustafson that their 'live' performances were much tougher. Gustafson toured and recorded with The Merseybeats during the period Billy was out of the group.
Les Merseybeats, Mersey Beats, Merseybeats, Mersybeats, The Merceybeats, The Mercy Beats, The Mersey Beats, The Mersey-Beats, The Merseys. Nur Unsere Liebe Zählt (It's Love That Really Counts), Nur Du Allein (I Think Of You) (Single). Beat & Ballads (LP, Comp). Edsel Records, Edsel Records. ED 105, EDSEL ED 105.
A1. The Fortune Written-By –. Teller Neville.
The Merseybeats Collection. Released by Carter Lane - OMiP Nov 2012 10 Tracks. The Merseybeats Collection is a English album released on Nov 2012. The Merseybeats Collection Album has 10 songs sung by The Merseybeats. Listen to all songs in high quality & download The Merseybeats Collection songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.
Artist: The Merseybeats. Album: The Very Best Of The Merseybeats. Year: 1997 (Recorded between 1963 & 1965). 09. Milkman (. rane/J. Gustafson, 1964) - 1:54. 10. It's Love That Really Counts (Bacharach/David, 1963) - 2:00. 11. The Fortune Teller (. eville, 1963) - 2:02. 12. Mister Moonlight (Roy Lee Johnson, 1963) - 2:03. 13. Hello Young Lovers (Rodgers/Hammerstein II, 1964) - 2:03.
The Merseybeats were a rock and roll band from Liverpool, which took its name from the River Mersey in Liverpool and one of the most successful groups of the Mersey Beat were. Founded in 1961 Tony Crane and Billy Kinsley the band The Mavericks, the first in 1962 in The Mersey Beats - later wrote The Merseybeats - renamed. The group consisted at that time of Tony Crane ( born April 17, 1945 in Liverpool, lead guitar, vocals), Aaron Williams ( born June 23, 1942 in Liverpool; ang ), Billy Kinsley ( born November 28, 1946 in Liverpool; bass guitar, vocals) and. Tony Crane Sings Elvis Presley (1978 ). The Merseybeats Beats & Ballads (1982 ). The Merseybeats (1990 ). I'll Get You (1993 ). The Very Best of the Merseybeats (1997). The Merseybeats Greatest Hits (1999).
The Merseybeats appeared regularly at Liverpool's Cavern Club, and they claim to have appeared there with the Beatles on more occasions than any other band from that era. They were also successful abroad, touring in Germany and the US in 1964, and having their own Merseybeats Show on Italian television. After their initial success had waned, the band folded and in 1966 Crane and Kinsley formed a vocal duo called the Merseys. They had a major hit with their first single, a cover of the McCoys' "Sorrow", which reached Number 4 in the UK Singles Chart . 1982: Edsel – The Merseybeats Beats & Ballads.
CreditsJohn Banks - Drums
Tony Crane - Guitar, Vocals
John Gustafson - Bass
Billy Kinsley - Bass, Vocals
The Merseybeats - Primary Artist