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From the Land of Band Box Records

Not much I can say about this little collection of Beat Era Tag Alongs – Just a potpourri  of U.S. LP releases which pretty much missed the mark.  For the most part these were all released on budget labels.

Chet Atkins – RCA 3531 – “Chet Atkins Picks On the Beatles”
(Original and reissue shown)

BEAT GOOF - ATKINS RCA 3531 COV A ATKINS - RCA 3531 B

BEAT GOOF - ATKINS RCA 3531BEAT GOOF - ATKINS RCA 3531 _0001

RCA 2002 – Reissue -1970’s

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BEAT GOOF - ATKINS RCA 3531 (1) BEAT GOOF - ATKINS RCA 3531 (2)

Royal Beatleworks – Elektra 306 – “The Baroque Beatles Book”

BEAT GOOF - BAROQUE CBEAT GOOF - BAROQUE D

BEAT GOOF - BAROQUE A BEAT GOOF - BAROQUE A_0001

The Bearcuts – Somerset “Beatlemania!”

BEAT GOOF - BEARCUTS SWING_COV

BEAT GOOF - BEARCUTS SWING BEAT GOOF - BEARCUTS SWING_0001

The Beat Boys – Kent 253 – “Beatlemania”

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BEAT GOOF - BEAT BOYS A (1) BEAT GOOF - BEAT BOYS A (2)

The Beatle Barkers – Passport Records 6032 – “The Beatle Barkers”

BEAT GOOF - BEATLE BARKERS A BEAT GOOF - BEATLE BARKERS B

BEAT GOOF - BEATLE BARKERS C BEAT GOOF - BEATLE BARKERS D

The Beatle Buddies – Diplomat 2312 – “The Beatle Buddies”

Mimicking the “Meet the Beatles” cover complete with half-face-in-shadow – this fab four must have been recruited from a roller derby team in Jersey.

BEAT GOOF - BEATLES BUDDIES A BEAT GOOF - BEATLES BUDDIES B

BEAT GOOF - BEATLES BUDDIES C BEAT GOOF - BEATLES BUDDIES D

The Big Bend Banjo Band – Capitol 2642 – “Happy Banjos Play The Beatles”

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BEAT GOOF - BIG BEN BAND (3) BEAT GOOF - BIG BEN BAND (4)

The Blue Beats – AA 133 – “Dance Discotheque Beatle Beat”

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BEAT GOOF - BLUE BEATS DANCE A (1) BEAT GOOF - BLUE BEATS DANCE A (2)

B. Brock & The Sultans – Crown 399 – “Do The Beetle”

This budget label release actually is performed by the group “B. Brock & the Sultans” and that is them on the cover.  According to researcher Brian Mc Fadden – several cuts on this LP are excellent but more in the style of a surfing band.  Brock and company released a single on their own label “La Broc”.  His support group there is called “The Vibrators” and that single had nothing to do with Crown records.

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BEAT GOOF - DO THE BEETLE AA (1) BEAT GOOF - DO THE BEETLE AA (2)

Beats – Design 170 – “The Merseyside Sound”

Design was in the Pickwick family of budget labels.  This LP and “The Liverpool Beats” LP illustrated further down were actually recorded in the U.K. by an English group.  The group was also dubbed “Billy and the Pepperpots” on U.K. releases on the Alegro budget label.  A couple of variations shown:

BEAT GOOF - MERSEYSIDE SOUND A BEAT GOOF - MERSEYSIDE SOUND B

BEAT GOOF - MERSEYSIDE SOUND C BEAT GOOF - MERSEYSIDE SOUND D

The Beats – Design 170 – “The Merseyside Sound”

BEATS - DESIGN 170 MERSEYSIDE SOUND (1) BEATS - DESIGN 170 MERSEYSIDE SOUND (2)

BEATS - DESIGN 170 MERSEYSIDE SOUND (3) BEATS - DESIGN 170 MERSEYSIDE SOUND (4)

 

The Beats – Spectrum 170 – “The Merseyside Sound”

BEATS - SPECTRUM 170 - MERSEYSIDE SOUND R (1) BEATS - SPECTRUM 170 - MERSEYSIDE SOUND R (2)

BEATS - SPECTRUM 170 - MERSEYSIDE SOUND BEATS - SPECTRUM 170 - MERSEYSIDE SOUND_0001

The Beats – Design 173 – “The Fabulous Beats Go Country Style”

This LP is not the U.K. group but a studio group put together by Pickwick to follow-up on the other releases – No British accents here but after all it is a country album.  Future “Velvet Underground” member – the late Lou Reed worked as a producer for Pickwick and was involved on this Beat Group release.

BEAT GOOF 04 A BEAT GOOF 04 B

BEAT GOOF 04 C BEAT GOOF 04 D

Beats (Mersey Beats) – International Awards 237 – “The Mersey Beats”

BEATS - INTERNATION AWARDS 237 n (3) - Copy BEATS - INTERNATION AWARDS 237 n (4) - Copy

BEATS - INTERNATION AWARDS 237 n (1) - Copy BEATS - INTERNATION AWARDS 237 n (2) - Copy

Billy & The Pepperpots – Allegro 731 – “Merseymania”

These guys were – yes – “The Beats” who appeared on the Design series of budget labels in the U.S. and here on Allegro in the U.K.

BILLY PEPPER & PEPPERPOTS - ALLEGRO 731 (1) BILLY PEPPER & PEPPERPOTS - ALLEGRO 731 (2)

BILLY PEPPER & PEPPERPOTS - ALLEGRO 731 BILLY PEPPER & PEPPERPOTS - ALLEGRO 731_0001

Billy & The Pepperpots – Allegro 699 – “More Merseymania”

BILLY PEPPER & PEPPERPOTS - ALLEGRO 689 (1) BILLY PEPPER & PEPPERPOTS - ALLEGRO 689 (2)

BILLY PEPPER & PEPPERPOTS - ALLEGRO 689 BILLY PEPPER & PEPPERPOTS - ALLEGRO 689_0001

The Brothers Four – Columbia 9302 – “A Beatles Songbook – Sing Lennon/McCartney” – Released 1966

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BEAT GOOF - BROTHERS FOUR - COLUMBIA 9302 A (1) BEAT GOOF - BROTHERS FOUR - COLUMBIA 9302 A (2)

The Buggs – Coronet 212 – “The Beetle Beat The Original Liverpool Sound”

Budget label researcher and author Brian Mc Fadden states that the LP shown below boasts of being recorded in England, but was in fact  recorded in good old New York.  Next, and no surprise here, the Buggs depicted on the front cover are not the musicians who laid down the tracks.  The bonafide musicians on this LP were in reality a New Jersey group called the Coachmen V.  Members of the Coachmen V included Frank Zillitto (who Brian interviewed) , Bill Omolski, Steve Brogue and a later successful Gary Wright of “Dream Weaver” fame.

BEAT GOOF - BUGGS - COROENT 212 A BEAT GOOF - BUGGS - COROENT 212 B

BEAT GOOF - BUGGS - COROENT 212 C BEAT GOOF - BUGGS - COROENT 212 D

The Buggs – Coronet 212 – “Boots A-Go-Go” (same LP as above – different cover)

Coronet Records found many opportunities to squeeze the Buggs’ output onto other LP releases including the next several illustrated here.

BUGGS CORONET 212 BOOTS A GO GO (1) BUGGS CORONET 212 BOOTS A GO GO (2)

BEAT GOOF - BUGGS - COROENT 212 D BEAT GOOF - BUGGS - COROENT 212 C

The Buggs – Coronet 244 – “At the Hop Featuring the Four Seasons Also Featuring The Buggs”

BUGGS & SEASONS - CORONET 283 (1) BUGGS & SEASONS - CORONET 283 (2)

BUGGS & SEASONS - CORONET 244 BUGGS & SEASONS - CORONET 244_0001

The Buggs – Coronet 283 – “The Young Rascals Also Starring The Buggs”

BUGGS & SEASONS - CORONET 244 (1) BUGGS & SEASONS - CORONET 244 (2)

BUGGS & RASCALS - CORONET 283 BUGGS & RASCALS - CORONET 283 _0001

Buggs – Premier 9052 – “Frankie Valli Also Starring The Buggs”

BUGGS - PREMIER 9052 COVER (1) BUGGS - PREMIER 9052 COVER (2)

BUGGS - PREMIER 9052 BUGGS - PREMIER 9052_0001

Louis Harrison Caldwell – Re-Car 2012 – “All About the Beatles”

BEAT GOOF - CALDWELL L HARRISON 01 C (1) BEAT GOOF - CALDWELL L HARRISON 01 C (2)

BEAT GOOF - CALDWELL L HARRISON 01 C (3) BEAT GOOF - CALDWELL L HARRISON 01 C (4)

The Canadian Beatles – Tide 2005 – “Vic-Paul-Bruce”

Canadian Beadles - Tide - Three Faces North

BEAT GOOF - CANADIAN BEATLES 01 A (1) BEAT GOOF - CANADIAN BEATLES 01 A (2)

The Carefrees – London 3379 – “We Love You All”

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BEAT GOOF - CAREFREES A (1) BEAT GOOF - CAREFREES A (2)

The budget labels made a living for about a year releasing a couple of tracks by the Dave Clark Five – packaged with other artists of various origins.

Dave Clark Five (and Others) – Groovemaster 140 “Beat Battle of the World”

CLARK FIVE DAVE - GROOVEMASTER m (3) - Copy CLARK FIVE DAVE - GROOVEMASTER m (4) - Copy

CLARK FIVE DAVE - GROOVEMASTER m (1) - Copy CLARK FIVE DAVE - GROOVEMASTER m (2) - Copy

The Dave Clark Five (& Others) – Cortleigh 1073 – “Chaquita/In Your Heart”

DC 5 CORLEIGH FRONT COVER DC 5 CORTLEIGH BACK COVER

The Dave Clark Five & the Playbacks – Crown 400 – “Chaquita/In Your Heart”

DC 5 CROWN VERSION 1 A DC 5 CROWN BACK COVER 400 & 5400

The Dave Clark Five & Playbacks – Crown – “Chaquita/In Your Heart”

DC 5 CROWN FRONT COVER 473 DC 5 CROWN BACK COVER 473

The Dave Clark Five & The Playbacks – Custom 1098

CLARK FIVE DAVE - CUSTOM 1098 COVER (1) CLARK FIVE DAVE - CUSTOM 1098 COVER (2)

CLARK FIVE DAVE - CUSTOM 1098 CLARK FIVE DAVE - CUSTOM 1098_0001

Petula Clark & The Submarine Spitfires – Premier 9106 – “That English Sound”

Premier was in the Coronet family of budget labels, and so when this LP was put together it was filled with existing material including five cuts by “The Submarine Spitfires” who were  “The Buggs” of the Coronet label and in reality a New Jersey real-live group called the Coachmen V.

Clark, Petula - Premier - The English SoundPET CLARK 01 D

CLARK PETULA - 03 B CLARK PETULA - 03 A

Jackie DeShannon – Liberty 7390 – “Breakin’ It Up On The Beatles Tour”

BEAT GOOF - DESHANNON COV (1)

BEAT GOOF - DESHANNON COV (2) BEAT GOOF - DESHANNON COV (3)

Earl Doud & Alen Robin – Atco 23-230 – “Lyndon Johnson’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’ – Released 1967

DOUD EARLE - ATCO 230 A DOUD EARLE - ATCO 230 B

DOUD EARLE - ATCO 230 C DOUD EARLE - ATCO 230 D

Jim Economides – Tower 5000 – “Sing a Song with the Beatles”

BEAT GOOF - ECONOMIDES 01 ABEAT GOOF - ECONOMIDES 01 B

BEAT GOOF - ECONOMIDES 01 C BEAT GOOF - ECONOMIDES 01 D

BEAT GOOF - ECONOMIDES 01 A (1) BEAT GOOF - ECONOMIDES 01 A (2)

The Everly Brothers – Warner Bros. 1646 – “Two Yanks In England”

BEAT GOOF - EVERLYS 01 COV (1)

BEAT GOOF - EVERLYS 01 COV (2) BEAT GOOF - EVERLYS 01 COV (3)

Arthur Fielder and the Boston Pops – RCA 3117 – “Play the Beatles”

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BEAT GOOF - FIELDER ARTHUR - RCA 3117 A (1) BEAT GOOF - FIELDER ARTHUR - RCA 3117 A (2)

From Britain with A Beat – Modern Sound 544

Modern Sound was part of the “Hit/Spar/Modern Sound” family of budget labels based out of Nashville, Tennessee and owned by Bill  Beasley – Not much known about the group depicted on this cover but was cut in Nashville as the backside makes clear and produced by the label owner.

FROM BRITAIN WITH A BEAT - MOD SOUND 544 FROM BRITAIN WITH A BEAT - MOD SOUND 544 (1)

FROM BRITAIN WITH A BEAT - MOD SOUND 544 (2)FROM BRITAIN WITH A BEAT - MOD SOUND 544 (3)

The Haircuts & The Impossibles – Somerset 27100 – “Beat ’66”

BEAT GOOF - HAIRCUTS (1) BEAT GOOF - HAIRCUTS (2)

BEAT GOOF - HAIRCUTS (3) BEAT GOOF - HAIRCUTS (4)

Al Goodman & His Orchestra – Diplomat 2336 – “Ringo’s Theme (This Boy) & And I Love Her

This LP is seemingly devoted to music from the film “A Hard Day’s Night”…..we learn that the LP contains only two songs from the film and is then rounded out with “filler” instrumentals which resided in the public domain and were reworked to sound Beatle-like

GOODMAN AL - DIPLOMAT 2336 RINGO AGOODMAN AL - DIPLOMAT 2336 RINGO REC A

The Ted Heath Orchestra – London Phase 4 Stereo 44148 – “Beatles, Bach & Bacharach”

HEATH TED - LONDON 44148 M (3) - Copy HEATH TED - LONDON 44148 M (4) - Copy

HEATH TED - LONDON 44148 M (1) - Copy HEATH TED - LONDON 44148 M (2) - Copy

Adrian Henri & Roger McGough – Epic 24336 – “The Incredible New Liverpool Scene”

HENRI & MCGOUGH - EPIC 24336 N (3) - CopyLIVERPOOL LADS ETC - PENTAGON 120 M (3) - Copy

HENRI & MCGOUGH - EPIC 24336 N (1) - Copy HENRI & MCGOUGH - EPIC 24336 N (2) - Copy

Homer & Jethro – RCA 2954 – “Fractured Folk Songs”
(Good old Homer and Jethro – At least they took the whole thing seriously)

BEAT GOOF HOMER JETHRO COV 1

BEAT GOOF HOMER JETHRO BEAT GOOF HOMER JETHRO_0001

I Hate The Beatles – Rape 01 – “I Hate The Beatles”
BEAT GOOF - HATE THE BEATLES BEAT GOOF - HATE THE BEATLES B

BEAT GOOF - HATE THE BEATLES C BEAT GOOF - HATE THE BEATLES D

BEAT GOOF - HATE THE BEATLES E BEAT GOOF - HATE THE BEATLES F

The In-Sect – RCA Camden 909 – “Introducing the In-Sect Direct from England”

INSECT RCA CAMDEN 909 M (3) - Copy INSECT RCA CAMDEN 909 M (4) - Copy

INSECT RCA CAMDEN 909 M (1) - Copy INSECT RCA CAMDEN 909 M (2) - Copy

Bob Leaper – London 44056 – “Big Band Beatle Songs”

BEAT GOOF - LEAPER BOB A BEAT GOOF - LEAPER BOB C

BEAT GOOF - LEAPER BOB B

The Liverpool Beats – Rondo 2026 – “The Liverpool Beats”

This group on Rondo is the same as “The Beats” on Design and Spectrum – all three being Pickwick budget releases.

BEAT GOOF LIVERPOOL BEATS COV 1 BEAT GOOF LIVERPOOL BEATS COV 2

BEAT GOOF LIVERPOOL BEATS BEAT GOOF LIVERPOOL BEATS_0001

The Liverpools – Wycote 9001 – “Beatle Mania”

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BEAT GOOF LIVERPOOLS BEAT GOOF LIVERPOOLS_0001

Another cover version – same record

BEAT GOOF LIVERPOOLS TWO COV BEAT GOOF LIVERPOOLS TWO COV 2

The Liverpool Lads – Pentagon 120 – “England’s FAB Sound”

LIVERPOOL LADS ETC - PENTAGON 120 M (4) - Copy LIVERPOOL LADS ETC - PENTAGON 120 M (3) - Copy

LIVERPOOL LADS ETC - PENTAGON 120 M (1) - Copy LIVERPOOL LADS ETC - PENTAGON 120 M (2) - Copy

The Liverpools – Parkway 101 – “Beatle Mania”

BEAT GOOF - LIVERPOOLS CAMEO

Donna  Lynn – Capitol 2085 – “Java Jones/My Boyfriend Got a Beatle Haircut”

LYNN DONNA - CAPITOL 2085 M (3) - Copy LYNN DONNA - CAPITOL 2085 M (4) - Copy

LYNN DONNA - CAPITOL 2085 M (1) - Copy LYNN DONNA - CAPITOL 2085 M (2) - Copy

The Manchesters – Diplomat 2307 – “Beatlerama”

The Manchesters are in fact a real rock group from the 60’s, but not from the U.K., but are actually “The Chartbusters” from Washington D.C. who had actually experienced some chart success with a song called “She’s the One” on the Mutual label.

I have heard rumors that David Gates was a member of this group but that is predicated on a Vee Jay Records 45 release shown below where Gates is the composer of both sides and additional rumors attribute a pre-McCoys musician – Rick Derringer – as having contributed to some tracks.

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BEAT GOOF - MANCHESTERS 2335 (3) BEAT GOOF - MANCHESTERS 2335 (4)

The Manchesters – Diplomat 2310 – “The Fabulous New Sound From England – Beatlerama – Volume 2”

BEAT GOOF MANCHESTERS COV 1

BEAT GOOF MANCHESTERS BEAT GOOF MANCHESTERS_0001

The Johnny Mann Singers – Liberty 7391 – “Beatle Ballads”
(Now we’re getting somewhere – Beatle space age music)

BEAT GOOF JOHNNY MANN COV 1 BEAT GOOF JOHNNY MANN COV 2

BEAT GOOF JOHNNY MANN BEAT GOOF JOHNNY MANN_0001

George Martin & His Orchestra – United Artists 3377 – “Off the Beatle Track”

MARTIN GEORGE - UA 3377 M (3) - Copy MARTIN GEORGE - UA 3377 M (4) - Copy

MARTIN GEORGE - UA 3377 M (1) - Copy MARTIN GEORGE - UA 3377 M (2) - Copy

George Martin & His Orchestra – United Artists 3539 – “George Martin Instrumentally Salutes the Beatle Girls”

MARTIN GEORGE - UA 3539 M (3) - Copy MARTIN GEORGE - UA 3539 M (4) - Copy

MARTIN GEORGE - UA 3539 M (1) - Copy MARTIN GEORGE - UA 3539 M (2) - Copy

George Martin & His Orchestra – United Artists 6383 – “A Hard Day’s Night”

MARTIN GEORGE - UA 6383 M (3) - Copy MARTIN GEORGE - UA 6383 M (4) - Copy

MARTIN GEORGE - UA 6383 M (1) - Copy MARTIN GEORGE - UA 6383 M (2) - Copy

George Martin & His Orchestra – United Artists 6448 – “Help!”

MARTIN GEORGE - UA 6448 M (3) - Copy MARTIN GEORGE - UA 6448 M (4) - Copy

MARTIN GEORGE - UA 6448 M (1) - Copy MARTIN GEORGE - UA 6448 M (2) - Copy

The Mersey Beats – Arc International 830 – “The Mersey Beats of Liverpool”
(This was an actual group – Must have killed them that they had to be presented as a cartoon)

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BEAT GOOF - MERSEY BEATS 830 (3) BEAT GOOF - MERSEY BEATS 830 (4)

The Mersey Beats – Arc 841 – “The Mersey Beats of Liverpool”

BEAT GOOF - MERSEY BEATS TWO (3) BEAT GOOF - MERSEY BEATS TWO (4)

The Mersey Beats – Arc International 834 – “England’s Best Sellers”

MERSEY BEATS - ARC INT 834 N (4) - Copy MERSEY BEATS - ARC INT 834 N (5) - Copy

MERSEY BEATS - ARC INT 834 N (1) - Copy MERSEY BEATS - ARC INT 834 N (3) - Copy

The Mersey Boys – Vee Jay 1101 – “Saluting Their Return to America”
(This is the most collectible of all these put-ons – Vee Jay probably thought they had certain rights – using photos of the Fab Four before Capitol Records crushed that)

BEAT GOOF MERSEY BOYS COV

BEAT GOOF MERSEY BOYS BEAT GOOF MERSEY BOYS_0001

The Moptops – Palace 778 – “Beatle Mania” – 1964 (Same group as “The School Boys” & “The Liverpool Kids”

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BEAT GOOF - BEATLE MANIA Z (3) BEAT GOOF - BEATLE MANIA Z (4)

Jack Nitzsche – Reprise 6115 – “Dance to the Hits of the Beatles”
(He looks so much like Phil Spector and they worked together)

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BEAT GOOF NITZCHE (3) BEAT GOOF NITZCHE (4)

The Andrew Oldham Orchestra – London 3457 – “Rolling Stones Song Book”

OLDHAM - LONDON 3457 m (3) - Copy OLDHAM - LONDON 3457 m (4) - Copy

OLDHAM - LONDON 3457 m (1) - Copy OLDHAM - LONDON 3457 m (2) - Copy

Billy Pepper & The Pepperpots – Allegro 711 – “Merseymania” – 1964 (A U.K. release)

BILLY PEPPER & PEPPERPOTS - ALLEGRO 731 (1) BILLY PEPPER & PEPPERPOTS - ALLEGRO 731 (2)

BILLY PEPPER & PEPPERPOTS - ALLEGRO 731 BILLY PEPPER & PEPPERPOTS - ALLEGRO 731_0001

Billy Pepper & The Pepperpots – Allegro 699 – “More Merseymania” – 1964 (A U.K. Release)

BILLY PEPPER & PEPPERPOTS - ALLEGRO 689 (1) BILLY PEPPER & PEPPERPOTS - ALLEGRO 689 (2)

BILLY PEPPER & PEPPERPOTS - ALLEGRO 689 BILLY PEPPER & PEPPERPOTS - ALLEGRO 689_0001

The Rutles – Warner Bros. 56459 – “The Rutles”  – 1978

BEAT GOOF - RUTLES A BEAT GOOF - RUTLES B

BEAT GOOF - RUTLES C BEAT GOOF - RUTLES D

The School Boys (Same group as “The Liverpool Kids” & “The Moptops) – Palace 777 – “Beatle Mash”
(These three guys look like something out of The Godfather – And they just couldn’t decide on a name)

BEAT GOOF BEATLEMANIA MASH COV 1

BEAT GOOF BEATLEMANIA MASH BEAT GOOF BEATLEMANIA MASH_0001

The Schoolboys – Palace 777 – “Beatle Mash”
(And yet another combination)

BEAT GOOF BEATLEMANIA THREE COV 1

BEAT GOOF BEATLEMANIA THREE BEAT GOOF BEATLEMANIA THREE_0001

Allan Sherman – Warner Bros. 1569 – “Songs for Swingin’ Livers Only”
(Contains “Pop Hates The Beatles” to the tune of “Pop Goes the Weasil”

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BEAT GOOF - SHERMAN (3) BEAT GOOF - SHERMAN (4)

The Sparrows – Elkay 3009 – “The Mersey Sound”
(This was about as cartoonish and as goofy as you could possibly depict the soon-to-be greatest group of all time)

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BEAT GOOF - SPARROWS (3) BEAT GOOF - SPARROWS (4)

The Supremes – Motown 623 – “A Bit of Liverpool”

BEAT GOOF - SUPREMES A BEAT GOOF - SUPREMES B

BEAT GOOF - SUPREMES C BEAT GOOF - SUPREMES D

That English Sound – Modern Sound 552

THAT ENGLISH SOUND - MOD SOUND 552 m (3) - Copy THAT ENGLISH SOUND - MOD SOUND 552 m (4) - Copy

THAT ENGLISH SOUND - MOD SOUND 552 m (1) - Copy THAT ENGLISH SOUND - MOD SOUND 552 m (2) - Copy

The Torero Band – Paul Hamlyn 1318 – “Lennon & McCartney – Tijuana Style”

BEAT GOOF TIAJUANA STYLE COV 1 BEAT GOOF TIAJUANA STYLE COV 2

BEAT GOOF TIAJUANA STYLE BEAT GOOF TIAJUANA STYLE_0001

Joah Valley – Joan Valley Co. 1001 – “Beatle Songs From Joah Valley” – 1980

BEAT GOOF - JONAH VALLEY A BEAT GOOF - JONAH VALLEY B

BEAT GOOF - JONAH VALLEY C BEAT GOOF - JONAH VALLEY D

Various Artists – Motown 5351 – “The Best of The Bealle’s Songs Sung By Motown’s Greatest Stars”

BEAT GOOF MOTOWN COV 1 BEAT GOOF MOTOWN COV 2

BEAT GOOF MOTOWN BEAT GOOF MOTOWN _0001

Bobby Vee – Liberty 3352 – “The New Sound From England”

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BEAT GOOF - VEE (3) BEAT GOOF - VEE (4)

The Weasils – Mercury Wing 16282 – “The Liverpool Beat”

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BEAT GOOF WEASILS (3) BEAT GOOF WEASILS (4)

Mary Wells – 20th Century 3178 -“Love Songs to the Beatles”

BEAT GOOF WELLS MARY COV 1 BEAT GOOF WELLS MARY COV 2

BEAT GOOF WELLS MARY BEAT GOOF WELLS MARY _0001

The You Know Who Group – International 420 – “The You Know Who Group”
(Rumors had it that this was actually an American east coast group

BEAT GOOF - YOU KNOW WHO 01 COV YOU KNOW WHO GROUP - 01 COVB

BEAT GOOF - YOU KNOW WHO 01 R (1) BEAT GOOF - YOU KNOW WHO 01 R (2)

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