The British Beat Boom


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Gary Farr - vocals

Keith Emerson - keyboards

Dave Langston/Vince Weatherall - lead guitar

Andy McKechnie - guitar

Lee Jackson/Stuart Parks - bass guitar

Andrew Steele/Alan Turner - drums

 

Gary Farr was the son of British Heavyweight Boxing champion Tommy Farr. He began his career playing folk and blues music in pubs and clubs around the Worthing, Sussex area. With the advent of the "Beat Boom" he put The T-Bones together in 1963.

The group followed The Rolling Stones and The Yardbirds as the resident band at London's famous Crawdaddy Clud.

A talented and popular live band who failed to break out of the club scene and into the charts, the group dissolved in 1967.

 

Singles

1964

How Many More Times/I'm A Lover Not A Fighter

Columbia DB 7401

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1965

Won't You Give Him (One More Chance)/Hamish's Expree Relief

Columbia DB 7489

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Jul '65

Give All She's Got/Don't Stop And Stare

Columbia DB 7608

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E.P.

1964

Dem Bones Dem Bones Dem T-Bones - Get The Money/Indeed I Do/I'm Louisiana Ned/Jumpback

Columbia SEG 8414

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