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Beat Waves 'Cross the Mersey Vol. 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5

Author: Various

Description: A series of CDís that compliment the stories in the books, "Beat Waves 'Cross the Mersey" and "Some Other Guys". All original recordings from the 1960ís, many of them never previously released. Plus some live recordings from the famous Liverpool clubs, all digitally re-mastered.

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Hereís the songs and artists that you will find on these CDís:

VOLUME 1: $20.00

I'm In Love With You (T. Emery & K. Short) - recorded in 1965 by the Notions
Any Day Now (Hilliard & Bacharach) - recorded in 1964 by The Avengers
Girl Of My Dreams (Bowers, Thompson, McDonald & Hitchmough) - recorded in 1965 by Sounds Plus One
No Other Baby (Bishop & Watson) - recorded in 1961 by The Blackhawks
Hide and Seek (unknown) - recorded in 1963 by The Original All Stars
Why (Maurice Daniels) - recorded in 1963 by Alby & The Sorrals
Last Bus Home (Billy May) - recorded in 1964 by Steve Day & The Kinsmen
Don't You Hear Me Calling (Crosby & Blackstone) - recorded in 1964 by The Tabs
Something In Your Eyes (John Mayall) - recorded in 1965 by The Newtowns
Put the Blame On Me (Twomey, Wise & Blagman) - recorded in 1963 by Clay Ellis & The Raiders
Chills (Keller & Goffin) - recorded in 1964 by The Topspots
Why Did It Have To Be You (Railton & Spruce) - recorded in 1963 by Earl Preston and the TTs
Love Has Come My Way (Don Gibson) - recorded in 1964 by J.J. & The Hi-Lites
Guess That's Love (W. Carruthers) - recorded in 1965 by Mr. Lee & Co.
My Babe (Dixon & Stone) - recorded in 1969 by Gus Travis & The Midnighters
You'll See A Difference (Delaney & McCarthy) - recorded in 1965 by The Notions
Friends and Relations (Jimmy Campbell) - recorded in 1966 by The Kirkbys
Born On The Wind (Dees & Orbison) - recorded in 1964 by Lee Eddie & The Chevrons
Make Up Your Mind (Dave Kent) - recorded in 1965 by The Connoisseurs
Children and Flowers (Jackie De Shannon) - recorded in 1966 by Them Calderstones



VOLUME 2: $20.00
All Night Worker (Rufus Thomas) - recorded in 1965 by Mr. Lee & Co.
That Feeling (Griffiths, Kenny & Schroeder) - recorded in 1964 by The Black Knights
You've Been Looking (Delaney & McCarthy) - recorded in 1965 by The Notions
Honest I Do (unknown) - recorded in 1964 by The Premiers
All Aboard (Chuck Berry) - recorded in 1963 by The Motifs
House of Bamboo (Lally Stott) - recorded in 1964 by Denny Seyton Group
Pistol Pickin' Mama (Al Dexter) - recorded in 1963 by Ricky Gleason & The Topspots
Mr. Soul (unknown) - recorded in 1964 by The Defenders
Wait A Minute (unknown) - recorded in 1964 by The Mersey Monsters
I'd Never Find Another You (Gale, Barton & Hitchmough) - recorded in 1963 by The Victims
Czardas (Monti & Bowen) - recorded in 1963 by The Original All Stars
Spectatin' The Blues (White) - recorded in 1964 by Mike Mulloy & The Mountwoods
Back Again (Potter & Hiill) - recorded in 1964 by The Runaways
Another Time (Dalaney & McCarthy) - recorded in 1965 by The Notions
Mother's Boy (Jimmy Campbell) - recorded in 1966 by The Kirkbys
Hold On, I'm Coming (Hayes & Porter) - recorded in 1966 by The Undertakers
Another Saturday Night (Sam Cooke) - recorded in 1964 by The Eyes
Mean Woman (Fargher & Holt) - recorded in 1963 by Johnny Ringo & The Colts
You Never Tell Me (Gerry Hale) - recorded in 1969 by Gerry DeVille & The City Kings
Nightmare (Christopholus & Kelman) - recorded in 1964 by The Four Just Men



VOLUME 3: $20.00
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



VOLUME 4: $20.00
Slow Down (Larry Williams) - recorded in 1964 by The Mersey Five
Do Me A Favour (Jim Ireland/John Chilton) - recorded in 1964 by the Kinsleys
Fortune Teller (Naomi Neville) - recorded in 1963 by The Cheetahs
Let's Get Together (Richard Sherman/Robert Sherman) - recorded in 1964 by The Liverpool Beats
Little Latin Lupe Lu (Bill Medley) - recorded in 1963 by Denny Seyton & The Sabres
I'm A Kingbee (Slim Harpo) - recorded in 1964 by The Prowlers
You're My Angel (Barry Ezzra) - recorded in 1964 by The Rainchecks
In The Evening (Leroy Carr) - recorded in 1963 by The Cordes
If I Really Knew (Geoff Taggart) - recorded in 1965 by Rita & The Vogue
Not Another Day (Roger James) - recorded in 1964 by The Roger James Four
Somewhere Over The Rainbow (E.Y. Harburg/Harold Arlen) - recorded in 1966 by The Newtowns
Pretend (Douglas/Parman/LaVere) - recorded in 1963 by Group One
Web Of Love (Mike Byrne/Rod McDonald) - recorded in 1963 by Mike & The Thunderbirds
Please Mr. Postman (Garrett/Dobbins/Gorman) - recorded in 1966 by The Carrols
I Still Remember (Dave Crosby) - recorded in 1964 by The Tabs
24 Manhattan Place (John Hodgson) - recorded in 1964 by The Excerts
I Love You Betty (Phil Spector/Hank Hunter) - recorded in 1963 by The Classics
Please Believe Me (George Spruce) - recorded in 1963 by Earl Preston & The TTs
Baby You Make Me Cry (Fred Fargher/Les Holt) - recorded in 1963 by Johnny Ringo & The Colts
Yes Tonight Josephine (Winfield Scott/Dorothy Goodman) - recorded in 1964 by J.J. & The Hi-Lites



VOLUME 5: $20.00
The Things She Says (Mowbray/Sze) - Recorded in 1966 by The Cherry Stones
Keep A Hold On What You've Got (Ian Hunter) - recorded in 1965 by The Valkyries
Every Night (John Lee Hooker) - recorded in 1964 by The Excerts
She Walks (Robert Hopkins) - recorded in 1964 by Dave Allen & The Exotics
My Heart Is Broken (Peter Feldman) - recorded in 1963 by The Profiles
I Ain't Never (Tillis/Pierce) - recorded in 1964 by Sonny Webb & The Cascades
Walk, Don't Run (Johnny Smith) - recorded in 1961 by The Remo Four
That's Why I Love You (Burns/Watson/Cartwright) - recorded in 1964 by The Morockans
Remember Me (Tubb/Burnette) - recorded in 1963 by Ricky Gleason & The Topspots
Why Do Lovers Break Each Others Hearts (Spector/Greenwich/Powers) - recorded in 1964 by The Karacters
Shakin' With Linda (Isley/Isley/Edwards) - recorded in 1964 by The Nashpool Four
Love, Love, Love (Billy May) - recorded in 1964 by The Pathfinders
Keep Your Hands Off Her (Leadbelly) - recorded in 1964 by The Bo-Weevils
Sock It To Me (Johnson/Peters) - recorded in 1965 by The Almost Blues
Clarabella (unknown) - recorded in 1963 by The Cordes
What'cha Gonna Do About It (Caroll/Payne) - recorded in 1969 by Them Calderstones
I Wash My Hands In Muddy Water (Traditional) - recorded in 1964 by The L.S.D.
September In The Rain (Warren/Dubin) - recorded in 1967 by Tyme & Motion
I'm Going (The Censors) - recorded in 1965 by The Censors
I'm A Hog For You (Leiber/Stoller) - recorded in 1963 by Clay Ellis & The Raiders
What Do They Know (Dave Wilcox) - recorded in 1965 by The Nocturns
Gonna Send You Back To Georgia (Mathews/Hammond) - recorded in 1965 by Ian & The Zodiacs
Cherry Pie (Owen Gray) - recorded in 1966 by The Krew
Tomorrow (unknown) - recorded in 1966 by The Newtowns
Searchin' (Leiber/Stoller) - recorded in 1962 by The Panthers
Bonus Track: Some Other Guy (Richard Barrett> recorded in 1964 by The Abstracts (hommage to my publisher and friend, Dave McClure)





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