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THE VERNONS GIRLS Do The Bird (1963 UK 2-track 7'' vinyl single on a curved Decca logo label intact four prong centre, also includes I'm Gonna Let My Hair Down, Decca company die cut paper sleeve. The vinyl has a few light signs of play but remains in otherwise excellent condition F.11629) more...
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THE VERNONS GIRLS Do The Bird (1963 UK 'A' label demonstration sample vinyl 7'' for the single release, with intact four prong centre, also including I'm Gonna Let My Hair Down, Decca company die cut paper sleeve. The vinyl remains in excellent condition with just a few light surface scuffs to show for its fifty years F.11629) more...
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THE VERNONS GIRLS Lover Please (1962 UK advance promotional 7" single, with 4-prong centre intact and custom 'Demonstration Sample' print below the Decca radial logo of the label, also featuring 'You Know What I Mean'. The vinyl is excellent F11450) more...
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THE VERNONS GIRLS Lover Please (1962 UK 7" vinyl single with intact four prong centre, also including You Know What I Mean, issued in the Decca company die-cut paper sleeve. With only hairline surface scuffs showing evidence of play, the vinylappears in excellent condition for its fifty five years! 45-F11450) more...
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THE VERNONS GIRLS Madison Time (1960 UK 7" single with 4-prong push-out centre intact, performed alongside Sir Jimmy Savile with Orchestra conducted by Syd Dale, also featuring The Oo-We. The vinyl is excellent with light spindle wear only and original die-cut company sleeve 45-R4654) more...
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THE VERNONS GIRLS We Love The Beatles (Rare 1963 UK 'A' label demonstration sample vinyl 7" for the cult curio single release, with intact original four prong centre, also featuring Hey Lover Boy, Decca company die cut paper sleeve F.11807) more...
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THE VERNONS GIRLS We Love The Vernons Girls 1962-1964 (2010 UK 22-track CD album - In popular music terms, the Vernons Girls story had it all. Girls, first and foremost; a lightning flash of late fifties rock 'n' roll, the dawning of pop culture on TV, more girls, the start of the swinging sixties, Mersey Beat, the rise and rise of the Beatles; and still those girls kept coming. There was even 'the beautiful game' and a few score draws thrown in for good luck too. Assembled from employees of Vernons Football Pools in Liverpool, the original 70 piece choir quit singing about Nymphs and Shepherds and became TV regulars on '6.5 Special' and 'Oh Boy!' as a 16 piece wearing short shorts, white bucks and saddle shoes. By 1962, a slimmed down trio of Maureen Kennedy, Frances Lee and Jean Owen arrived at Decca Records and some serious hit making began. From that opening shuffle of Clyde McPhatter's 'Lover Please', the girls meant business with further UK takes on US girl group classics 'The Locomotion', 'Do The Bird' and 'Tomorrow Is Another Day' as well as creating a home grown girl group classic of their own - 'Only You Can Do It' - from the only man who could, Charles Blackwell. Novelty numbers 'You Know What I Mean' and 'Funny All Over' returned the girls to their musical roots sung in the Scousest tongue in cheek this side of Bootle. All tracks sparkle with a variety of musical styles shining through on this new collection - the first to compile their complete Decca output including swansong 'It's A Sin To Tell A Lie' and sleeve notes contributions from original member Jean Owen, later to become RPM Dream Babe, Samantha Jones!) more...
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Genres: 60s Female, 60s Pop, POP

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