One of the most enjoyable and at the same time one of the lesser-known groups of period "British Invasion", "Tremeloes", was formed in 1958. Founded it dagenhemskie teenagers Brian Poole (vocals, guitar), Alan Blakely (drums), Alan Howard (saxophone) and Gramm Scott (guitar). With the arrival of Dave Munday responsibilities were redistributed bit - Pool Blackley gave guitar and Howard switched to bass. By 1961, the team has become quite professional enough to train in local clubs and on dance floors. At that time, the group was left without Scott, and in its place appeared Rick Westwood. With the arrival of this talented guitarist ensemble I began with success. For his work with "Tremeloes" professional manager took Peter Walsh, and soon noticed a group of one of the producers of BBC Jimmy Grant.
Her songs were heard on the radio, and in 1962 this led to a contract with "Decca". The label, however, insisted on changing the signs on "Brian Poole & the Tremeloes" by analogy with the "Cliff Richard & the Shadows". Musicians have released some covers of other artists, but the singles with their own compositions failed. The team tried to fix the situation by bringing the rhythm guitar to the fore, and the result was not slow in coming. Her version of "Twist and Shout" took fourth place in the British charts.
Then, at the top of the charts was "Do You Love Me", as soon as she was released "Beatles" with his "She Loves You". In the next two years "Tremeloes" continued churning out hit singles (mostly covers) type "Candy Man" and "I Want Candy". The group appeared in several films and appeared often on television. The musicians have enjoyed success until 1965, when they began the work of stagnation. They continued to walk the beaten path, not wanting to invent anything new. Even their stage image remains unchanged. Meanwhile, Brian Poole evolved stellar illness, and the team has been brewing for a split. By the end of 1965 Poole left the band to pursue a solo career, but he did not succeed, and he tied up with music.
In "Tremeloes" began changing bassists. With Len Hawkes band released the single "Blessed", but he failed, and the label broke the contract with the group. Musician lucky that they remained a good friend of Mike Smith, who worked at that time in CBS, and stretching them a helping hand. With the new contract, the team set to work with great zeal.
His lost ground she returned with the release of "Good Day Sunshine" and secure Cat Stevens song "Here Comes My Baby", took fourth place in England and the 13th - in the United States. The band's popularity slowly began to return, and soon she was again at the top of the charts with the song "Silence Is Golden". The album "Here Comes the Tremeloes" was on the 15th line of the British charts and also took good positions overseas. For a long time the team rescued the fact that it has taken a niche formed after the departure of "Beatles" in psychedelic experiments and disappeared from the horizon of such groups as the "Gerry & the Pacemakers". In 1970, the band made a mistake, thinking that they were ripe for execution of "serious" music. But they badly miscalculated, and with the release of the album "Master" they not only attracted a new audience, but also lost the old fans. In all of this a couple of decent things ("Me and My Life" and "Try Me") on the disc is still present.
Following the failure of a disk "Tremeloes" completely lost and became a landmark change styles such as gloves, tried a heavy, country, glam, and other options. Also changed the composition of the group, but Mundy and Westwood has always remained at his post. They, along with Joe Gillingham and Davey Freyer and 90s did not stop their activities, acting mainly in small clubs.
Genre: Classic Rock
Year drive: 1995
Manufacturer disk: UK
Audio codec: MP3
Type rip: tracks
Audio Bitrate: 320 kbps
01. Speedy Gonzales (1:24)
02. (Dance With The) Guitar Man (1:06)
03. Sheila (1:20)
04. Let's Dance (2:08)
05. Twistin 'The Night Away (1:20)
06. Things (1:45)
07. Return To Sender (1:54)
08. Ginny Come Lately (2:21)
09. Stranger On The Shore (1:24)
10. Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream) (1:34)
11. The Swiss Maid (2:14)
12. Hey Baby (1:16)
13. Sherry (1:25)
14. It Might As Well Rain Until September (1:54)
15. I Can not Stop Loving You (2:17)
16. Do not Ever Change (1:19)
17. Let's Twist Again (0:57)
18. The Loco-Motion (2:08)
19. Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (1:33)
20. Devil Woman (1:27)
21. Roses Are Red (My Love) (1:16)
22. Halfway To Paradise (2:14)
23. Lost Love (2:44)
24. That Is not Right (2:26)
25. Blue (2:40)
26. A Very Good Year For Girls (1:51)
27. Do You Love Me? (2:25)
28. Why Can not You Love Me? (2:12)
29. I Can Dance (1:57)
30. Are You Loving Me At All (2:08)
31. Candy Man (2:22)
32. I Wish I Could Dance (2:10)