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Teenage Letter - Don Fardon - Coventry Boy The Anthology (CD)

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  1. Don Fardon (born Donald Maughn, 19 August , Coventry, Warwickshire) is a pop singer. His biggest success was his rendition of John D. Loudermilk's "Indian Reservation" (, UK: #3). Before that he was singer with The melnistchicdiarohsmarsundpotiresida.coinfo also released a cover version of "Running Bear".
  2. The Sorrows’ roots can be traced back to Coventry (around ), where Don Fardon (vocals), Pip Whitcher (lead guitar), Terry Jukes (rhythm guitar), and Philip Packham (bass) played in various local beat groups. While plying their trade in the local night clubs the group was discovered by John Schroeder, Picadilly’s label manager.
  3. Don Fardon: Coventry Boy: The Anthology. Stewart Lee. Sunday June 25 , am, This double-CD anthology begins with 14 tracks from his s .
  4. After the band reached some minor chart positions on the UK Singles Chart, Phil Packham and Don Fardon left the group. Fardon had a UK chart hit with "Indian Reservation". Wez Price joined the group on bass guitar, Roger Lomas became lead guitarist, and Pip Whitcher did vocals. The band relocated to Italy, where they were moderately successful.
  5. Coventry (West Midlands/UK) Discographie: Albums: 1. (B) Take A Heart (Pye NPL ) 2. (F) Old Songs, New Songs (Miura MIU ) 45's: 1. I Don't Wanna Be Free/Come With Me (Piccadilly 7N ) 2. Baby/Teenage Letter (Piccadilly 7N ) 3. Take A Heart/We Should Go Along Fine (Piccadilly 7N ) 4. You've Got.
  6. Moving across the pond, to celebrate the world of Freakbeat with exclusive interviews with Dee Christopholus of Wimple Winch and Don Fardon of The Sorrows. Also includes part 2 of an interview with Billy Harrison of THEM, as well as coverage of under-appreciated '60s greats like The Sloths, $27 Snap On Face, and more.
  7. Digitally Remastered 44 Tracks Anthology on 2CD'S from the UK '60's Beat Group that Hailed from Coventry, Originally Known as the Boys Blue. Vocalist Don Maughn (Who Later Changed his Name to Fardon in ) Sported a Powerful Voice which Proved to Be the Sorrows' Main Asset. They Made the Charts with the Single "Take a Heart"/5(14).
  8. The pounding, booming vocals by Don Maughn(Fardon) literally take your breath away. Formed in , they were from the gloomy industrial city of Coventry, which is close to Birmingham and not all that far from where Ozzy Osbourne grew up, although by their sound, you could easily mistake them for being from NYC or Detroit/5(14).

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