Saturday, August 15, 2009

The Honeycombs - The Honeycombs (1964)

The Honeycombs  from Jancy
Mostly renowned for their 1964 Top Five hit "Have I the Right," the Honeycombs in their hit-making years were pretty much a vehicle for producer Joe Meek and the songwriting-management team of Ken Howard and Alan Blaikley. The group was originally formed in Hackney during November of 1963 by guitarist Martin Murray. His day job was managing a hair salon, and when he formed the band, he brought along his assistant, Anne Margot Lantree, who was nicknamed "Honey" and used that on-stage -- she played drums, a true rarity among female musicians in those days, and, with her good looks, was a double attention-getter. Her brother John Lantree joined on bass, and Alan Ward... Read More...
01 - Color Slide
02 - Once You Know
03 - Without You It Is Night
04 - That's The Way
05 - I Want To Be Free
06 - How The Mighty Have Fallen
07 - Have I The Right
08 - Just A Face In The Growd
09 - Nice While It Lasted
10 - Me From You
11 - Leslie Anne
12 - She's Too Way Out
13 - It Aint Necessarily So
14 - This To Shall Pass Away

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