Tony Bridger second from right.
Peter James Shaw…. Rev Stockdale first left!, Mr Drew Clifton next…!
Robert Searle….Paul Freeman drums,on the right. Fab picture.
Chris Baker….Wow! Tony Bridger!
Gaynor Duke… Dear old Rev Stockdale in that photo
Jane Hartley… Rev was in Index much later wasn’t he?
Andy Webster… Rev Stockdale far left and Paul Freeman far right. Who’s the guy in the middle?
Alan Esdaile… Still don’t know who the guy in the middle is? Is it possible the band were only a 4 piece and he was the manager or promoter?
Peter Horton… The guy in the middle is called Barry Jenkins as far as I can remember. He was the drummer when I joined them for a while in May/June 1968. The base guitarist was Clive somebody and at the time he was a hairdresser in a Hollington hairdressers just by the Blackman Avenue traffic lights. He used to cut and style the hair of the members of the band. I was recruited to replace Tony Bridger who was going off to the US. In the end he decided to stay and so I left after only 4 weeks.
Lynn Graham… Memories!
Peter Millington… That’s Clive Drew-Clifton
Colin Fox… Revvi on the left?
Alan Mitchell… The one in the middle is John Woolven he was the singer for the Springbeats before this group renamed themselves Morning Dew. The Springbeats line up Was John Woolven, Clive Drew-Clifton, Tony Bridger, and Barry Jenkins. The bass player was Tim Duke I believe.
Robert Searle… Freeman on the right
Nicola Dobson… Oh I have been asking about Barry Jenkins for some time and now I see him mentioned…which one is he as it was a long time ago? I think Barry is second on the left..used to know him in 1968-9
Alan Mitchell… Nicola Dobson, I’m afraid Barry isn’t in this picture.
Gerry Forsch… This brings back some great memories, I never felt that there was any competition between this band and my band but good friendship. I was lucky enough to play with Tony and Tim years later in different bands.
Harry Randall… Remember Jonny and Tony (Vic) very well RIP Tony such a sad loss a brilliant guitarist and his black and white drawings were as good as a photo! i played with Tony for about 8 years a great mate!
Chris Jolly… What a GREAT NAME!
Andy Knight… I loved that band, so cool, or maybe hip then