Wendy Belton… I am obsessed with their song Yesterday Has Gone. Love it.
photos supplied by Andy Knight
featuring Bob Shipway, Colin Pierce, Andy Knight, Jim Beadle and Dave Shaw. The graffiti photo was taken in Alfred Street, St Leonards. Is that Daisy on the wall?
Robert Searle… I remember seeing Shaft play at The Regent St Leonards. Dave Shaw was with me in a band called Foxy with Colin Fox and Les Harding.
Yvonne Cleland… Yes looks like Daisy graffiti!
Bob Shipway… Happy (and great fun) days!!!
Jan Warren… Coda are brilliant, I’d love to go to this! 🙂
Sarah Harvey… Didn’t know anything about this 🤔
The Confederates – 1964 – Playing at the Methodist Hall, Battle Road, St Leonards. Tony Goodman, Peter Millington, Dave Saunders, Johnny Conroy, Trev Spears – supplied by Jinks The Group website
Janice Ramsay(nee Saunders)… Great to find this link. Dave (always known as David to us!) was my cousin – my father’s nephew – and although I am too young to remember the group I certainly remember the drums!
photo source: http://www.nickwarburton.com/wordpress/?cat=11
Andre Palfrey-martin collection
Paul Morfey… Still got the single, almost 50 years old. Great song, great era in English music!!
Mick O’Dowd… Great group. One of my faves even though they were short-lived. At least Frampton went on from being “The Face of 67” to being a very talented artist.
Lloyd Johnson… Before they became The Herd some of them were in a band called The Preachers. The Preachers also played The Witchdoctor around 1964.It was my mate Dave Muriel’s 21 Birthday and they were friends of his so they came to Hastings early and played his birthday party the evening before The Witchdoctor at The Pamdor Club above the Coffee bar in Queen’s road.There were around 20 or so of us.Les Martin who ran The Club kindly let Dave have his party there.