Mick O’Dowd… Not heard of them even though I was a Jay Boy lable fan.
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Robert Searle…. Ideal venue for Candy Choir,great harmonies. Saw them when they were doing a weeks stint at the Cobweb.Ron ,the keyboard player joined White Plains .Candy Choir were on Top of the Pops with Baŕry Ryan .Paul Ryan played keyboards while Ron played guitar.Eddie Wheeler played lead ,Dave played bass and Danny Beckett on drums.
Nigel Ford… Candy Choir made several visits to Battle Dances around late 60′s-early 70′s and I remember hearing them one lunch time on Radio 1 Club on my smuggled-in Ferguson tranny at school one dinner-time about ’69? ( When dinner-time was still midday…. not in the evening!!!) Ha Ha!
Andy Qunta… Great memories! I see the name Candy Choir, & what I seem to remember is great vocal harmonies!
John Wilde… The Tamla Motown sunday club. It was very good.
Great version of Silence Is Golden .
Very interesting comment from Brian Hatt….
We recorded Silence is Golden in 1966 in West Berlin at Teldec Studios on the worlds first 8track recorder.We took it back to our agent Starlight Artist in the uk and asked him to release it under our recording contract that we had . He said he would. In the same office were the Tremeloes who he all so managed. We herd nothing .The next time i herd the song it was by the Tremeloes in 1967 he had given it to them. When asked Why? he replied I have spent much money on them and they need a hit .I was so gutted i left the Candy Choir to form Orange Music to run the Studios and build Orange Amplifiers . Brian Hatt. Candy Choir.
Dave Easton… Suspect appeared with Candy Choir many times They were A SUPERB HARMONY BA
Robert Searle… They were Dave so were Suspect
Andy Qunta… I’m sure I saw Suspect with Candy Choir, & I thought they were both brilliant!
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Sarah Harvey… A choice of music on this day in 1969. The Late on the Pier and Toast at the Cobweb.
Andre Martin… The Road, were a local Band but I have no knowledge or memories of the Go Go Dancers on the Thursday Night. I cannot think why anybody would try and run against such a strong show at that with Steve Maxted at the Cobweb, it does not make any business logic.
Nicola Dobson… These were my years at the Cobweb loved it there! Summer of 69 first summer out of school!
Anyone confirm if this was Glenn Hughes Trapeze?
Robert Searle… Yes believe it was
Chris Sambrook… Trapeze were a a 5 piece band in 1969, so it could have been Glenn Hughes. Then they were down to 3. You are the music, we’re just the band album not sure if this was the first album as a 3 piece. Glenn Hughes mentioned the Moody Blues another West Midlands band for their help early on to promote Trapeze, with thanks to them, within the presentation of Deep Purple inducted by Lars Ulric into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Robert Searle… “Send me no more letters” was their single on the Threshold label.