International

I consider THE MONKS to be a German band, so see there… K-O).

Captain Bell & The Bell Boys, im Star-Club, Bochum, 1965

James Marshall: I am from Scotland but I lived in Germany from 1964 until 1970. I started out by going to Germany with a Scottish band called Tommy and the Delmonts. We played our first gig in Münster at the Copacabana Club and then on to Club Barbina in Dortmund. During the first couple of months we expanded the group with a saxplayer and an organist and changed the name to „Captain Bell and the Bell-Boys “ Great sound, sadly we split up and I joined a German band. They were the backing band for „Manuela“ a well-known singer from Berlin with a lot of hit records and T.V. shows. They were called the 5 Dops (see there). Later on I joined another German band called the „Strangers“ (see there) from Ulm area. I really enjoyed my stay in Germany.

Captain Bell & The Bell Boys, im Star-Club, Bochum, 1965

Ticket to the All-Nite Beat Boat River Mersey Cruise dance on the the ‚Royal Iris‘

Ticket to the All-Nite Beat Boat River Mersey Cruise dance on the the ‚Royal Iris‘ – back
The Hideaways, Liverpool, signing a subscription to Mersey Beat magazine
The Redcaps, Walsall
Faron’s Flamingos, Liverpool, 1963

 

The Notions, Liverpool

The Notions, Liverpool, Rückseite
The Epics, London
The Escorts, Liverpool (courtesy of Edsel Records)
The Fairies, 1965
The Merseybeats, Liverpool (courtesy of Edsel Records)
The Marbles [Graham Bonnet & Trevor Gordon] at Lou Bonnet’s house, 1968
The Applejacks
The Roulettes
The Londoners in unbekanntem deutschen Club

 

>>The Londoners – Bring It On Home To Me

The London Beats [später The Londoners], in Deutschland, Ende 1964
Jimi Hendrix, 1967, in der Neuen Welt, Berlin-Neukölln, Foto Luesse

 

 

 

 

 

Jimi Hendrix Experience in Neue Welt, Berlin, Mitch Mitchell am Schlagzeug der Berliner Beat Cats, 1967

 

The Fleets, Schottland, in Deutschland sehr aktiv

 

The Fleets, Schottland

 

Goldie & The Gingerbreads, New York, feat. Genya Ravan, prä-Ten Wheel Drive, in Wilhelmshaven, 1966

Goldie & The Gingerbreads, New York, feat. Genya Ravan, prä-Ten Wheel Drive, in Wilhelmshaven, 1966

Goldie & The Gingerbreads, New York, feat. Genya Ravan, prä-Ten Wheel Drive, in Wilhelmshaven, 1966
 

Goldie & The Gingerbreads, New York, feat. Genya Ravan, prä-Ten Wheel Drive, in Wilhelmshaven, 1966

Goldie & The Gingerbreads, New York, feat. Genya Ravan, prä-Ten Wheel Drive, in Wilhelmshaven, 1966
Jimi Hendrix as seen in Germany
Me (fotografierend nicht im Bild) and Friends in Düsseldorf, vor dem enttäuschenden Jimi Hendrix Experience-Auftritt in der Rheinhalle, 3. von links ist Edwin Zaft, 4. von links ist ‚Hoss‘ Anspiegler, die anderen habe ich vergessen, einer hieß wohl ‚Hegi‘ Hegenauer, Januar 1969

 

The Retreads
Lee Curtis, Liverpool

 

Lee Curtis, Garderobe Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1965, hat er die halbe Kiste Bier ex und hopp…

 

Don Adams, mit Frau, Peter ‚Gypsy‘ Reiferscheid, Klaus Braselmann, 1967

The Cresters, Elgin, Scotland, Richard Harding, gtr, and Paul Harding, b, in Germany

The Cresters, Elgin, Scotland, Johnny Casson, dr, in Germany

The Cresters, Elgin, Scotland, Paul Harding, in Germany

The Cresters, Elgin, Scotland, Richard Harding, in Germany

 

unbekannte Band aus Großbritannien
Cliff Adams & The Twilights, London
Toni Cavana & The Sharks, Hamburg
Johnny Laine & The Tuxedos, Great Britain, in Germany
The Move, Birmingham, Carl Wayne, Bev Bevan, Chris ‚Ace‘ Kefford, Trevor Burton, Roy Wood, fotografiert von Rob Bosboom, Zaandam – my fave 60s band, looking extremely cool and their performances were like A+…
The Move, Birmingham, Trevor Burton, Carl Wayne, Bev Bevan, Roy Wood, Chris ‚Ace‘ Kefford – one of the coolest bands around in the 60s, and Ace Kefford was my hero for some time. Impossible to get such a cool blonde afro outside London! As Ace dropped / or was dropped / from the scene, Fred „Sonic“ Smith became my hero. And he is till this day.
The Move, Birmingham

…and here is a performance to prove it:

>>The Move – Live on German TV

Johnny Hastings and The Tributes, Bristol, spielen in der Crackerbox, München

>>UK Johnny Hastings and The Tributes, Bristol, in Bristol Beat magazine

Johnny Hastings and The Tributes, Bristol, spielen in der Crackerbox, München

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Johnny Hastings and The Tributes, Bristol, message for The Crackerbox scrapbook
The Kinks, London, musik parade Tournee 1965, Vestlandhalle Recklinghausen (Horst Ebert

The Kinks, London, musik parade Tournee 1965, Vestlandhalle Recklinghausen, Ray Dvies (Horst Ebert)

The Kinks, London, musik parade Tournee 1965, Vestlandhalle Recklinghausen, Dave Davies (Horst Ebert)

The Kinks, London, musik parade Tournee 1965, Vestlandhalle Recklinghausen, Pete Quaife (Horst Ebert)

The Kinks, London, musik parade Tournee 1965, Vestlandhalle Recklinghausen, Dave Davies (Horst Ebert)

The Kinks, London, musik parade Tournee1965, Vestlandhalle Recklinghausen, unbekannt, Dave Davies (Horst Ebert)

The Kinks, London, musik parade Tournee 1965, Vestlandhalle Recklinghausen, Ray Davies

The Kinks, London, musik parade Tournee1965, Vestlandhalle Recklinghausen, Dave Davies (Horst Ebert)

The Kinks, London, musik parade Tournee 1965, Vestlandhalle Recklinghausen, Ray Davies (Horst Ebert)

The Kinks, London, musik parade Tournee 1965, Vestlandhalle Recklinghausen, Ray Davies (Horst Ebert)

The Kinks, London, musik parade Tournee 1965, Vestlandhalle Recklinghausen, Pete Quaife (Horst Ebert)

The Kinks, London, musik parade Tournee 1965, Vestlandhalle Recklinghausen, Pete Quaife (Horst Ebert)

The Kinks, London, musik parade Tournee 1965, Vestlandhalle Recklinghausen, Dave Davies
The Kinks, London, musik parade Tournee 1965, Vestlandhalle Recklinghausen, Mick Avory (Horst Ebert)
The Rolling Stones, Kursaal Scheveningen, 6.8.64
The Rolling Stones, Scheveningen Kursaal, 6.8.64, Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts, Brian Jones

>>The Rolling Stones live in Scheveningen

The Rolling Stones played two half hour shows in Scheveningen that night. The first show was broadcast on Dutch TV, the second wasn’t. I have had a beta video of the first show, and it was great. I knew that the second show was also filmed, but not broadcast. About 15 years ago I got a dvd of the second show and I realised why it was not fit for TV. The show soon developed into a mass brawl of quite monumental proportions! The Rolling Stones went offstage beaten!

Casey Jones (& The Governors), Liverpool&Bristol, mit Mike Granowski von den Black Shadows, in Ostfriesland, 1966

Casey Jones (& The Governors), Liverpool&Bristol, in Ostfriesland, 1966

Casey Jones & The Governors, Liverpool&Bristol, Roger Hook, in Ostfriesland, 1966

Casey Jones & The Governors, Liverpool&Bristol, Peter Richards, in Ostfriesland, 1966

Casey Jones (& The Governors), Liverpool&Bristol, in Ostfriesland, 1966

Casey Jones & The Governors, Liverpool&Bristol, Jim Redford, in Ostfriesland, 1966

Casey Jones & The Governors, Liverpool&Bristol, Peter Richards, in Ostfriesland, 1966

Casey Jones & The Governors, Liverpool&Bristol, Dave Colman in Ostfriesland, 1966

Casey Jones & The Governors, Liverpool&Bristol, Casey während der Jack-The-Ripper-Show, in Ostfriesland, 1966
 

 

Casey Jones & The Governors, Liverpool&Bristol, Casey während der Jack-The-Ripper-Show, in Ostfriesland, 1966

Casey Jones & The Governors, Liverpool+Bristol, Esens, Peters Gaststätten

Casey Jones & The Governors, Liverpool+Bristol, Chris Priemel und Manger Eti, The Black Shadws, Aurich, schützen Casey vor Erkältungskrankheiten Esens, Peters Gaststätten

Linda Laine and The Sinners, UK, in Wilhelmshaven, 1966

Linda Laine and The Sinners, UK, in Wilhelmshaven, 1966

Linda Laine and The Sinners, UK, in Wilhelmshaven, 1966

Linda Laine and The Sinners, UK, in Wilhelmshaven, 1966
Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich, live in den Niederlanden, 1966

The Equals, London, in Germany

The Equals, London, in Germany, Pat Lloyd; Lincoln Gordon

The Equals, London, in Germany, Lincoln Gordon

The Equals, London, in Germany, Eddie Grant, Derv Gordon, John Hall
>>The Equals live in France

The Equals, London, in Germany, Eddie Grant, Derv Gordon, John Hall, Pat Lloyd, Lincoln Gordon

The Equals, London, in Germany – völlig losgelöst von der Erde
The Turtles, Los Angeles

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Herman’s Hermits

Herman’s Hermits, Manchester

>>Herman’s Hermits – The Hilton Show

The Beatles, Capitol US Autogrammpostkarte, mit Ringo, der gar nicht auf dem Bild sein wollte
The Bee Gees, 1966
The Bee Gees, 1966, auf der Flucht

 

The Troggs, Andover

The Troggs – I Can Only Give You Everything (live 1967)

 

 

 

 

 

The Pretty Things, London, teilweise Phil May, Dick Taylor, Brian Pendleton, London 1964
Paddy Klaus & Gibson – Klaus Voormann und Gibson Kemp
The Paramounts, London, bevor sie zu Procol Harum wurden
The Creation, London, fotografiert von Peter Thalhammer, München

 

(Kenny Lee &) The Mark 4 (später The Creation), 1964

Kenny Lee & The Mark IV, bzw. The Mark IV, hatten insgesamt drei Engagements im Big-Ben-Club, Wilhelmshaven: vom 9.2. bis 28.3.64, vom 4.5. bis 10.5.64 und vom 25.6. bis 31.7.64. Bald gaben sie sich einen neuen Namen und landeten einen großen Hit: The Creation. Siehe mehr dazu bei ‚Clubs, Gaststätten, Orte der Festivals‘

Kenny Lee & Mark 4 (später The Creation) – Anzeige für monatsstrippe im Big-Ben-Club, WIlhelmshaven
Kenny Lee & The Mark IV im Big-Ben-Club, Wilhelmshaven (pre-The Creation)

 

The Mark 4 im Big Ben Club, Wilhelmshaven (pre-The Creation)
Kenny Lee & Mark 4 (später The Creation) im Big-Ben-Club, Wilhelmshaven
Kenny Lee & The Mark IV (pre-The Creation)
The Creation in Germany
Rückseite von Creation Foto
Billy Fury & Marty Wilde
Bobby Gibson & The Bondsmen Bandbus vor dem Big-Ben-Club, Wilhelmshaven – man beachte die Geographiekenntnisse der Band!
Bobby Gibson & the Bondsmen, UK, Bandbus
Bobby Gibson & The Bondsmen, London (?), im Big-Ben-Club, Wilhelmshaven, vom 11.5.-24.6.64
Bobby Gibson & the Bobcats (Bondsmen) – hier ist die Wilhelmshavener Zeitung etwas spät dran: die Jungs sind bereits abgereist. Auch zu dieser Band mehr bei ‚Clubs, Gaststätten, Orte der Festivals‘
The Kinks, Bremen, 1965
The Kinks, Bremen, 1965

 

 

 

 

 

 

>>The Kinks -Live in Paris 1965

The Kinks, Bremen, 1965
The Kinks, Bremen, 1965
The Kinks, Bremen, 1965

 

The Kinks, Weser-Ems-Halle, 1965, vor dem Auftritt
The Kinks, Weser-Ems-Halle, 1965, mit Unterschriften

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alexis Korner & Band, 1963
Anita Pallenberg und Brian Jones, Bildrechte an Bravo 1965 vergeben, heute wahrscheinlich Getty Images

 

 

 

 

 

 

7 The Kinks, London, Bremen, 1965

 

 

The Shamrocks, Isle of White, UK


>>The Shamrocks – Shame Shame Shame (stereo)

What Gary Cowtan, The Shamrocks’ lead singer (the guy in the middle), remembers about the film „The Shamrocks – Portrait einer Beatband“: It was shot in Berlin in 1966. It was initially intended for TV, but, as far as I know, none of the German TV stations wanted it! It was originally planned to be around 45 minutes long and included 8 – 10 original songs (2 written by Dave Allen and the rest by me). The songs were all recorded (straight to mono, with no more than 1 overdub, as far as I remember) and enough footage was shot, but a lot was later edited out. What remained was only 15 minutes! I remember vaguely that we were later blamed for this, because of our lack of cooperation whilst filming. This was hardly surprising, as we thought the whole plot sucked and that the film was a misrepresentation of the band (at least, I know I did). When we shot the opening sequence, with the old car, I said, „The only thing missing now is Charlie Chaplin!“ We also didn’t trust the producer, Günther Schlesinger. He had ripped us off before, but wanted „another Chance to pay us back“ with this film. He never did, so our distrust was justified.

I remember watching the footage after the shooting, but never saw the final edit until years later. After the Shamrocks had split up, I remember people telling me, in ’69 or ‘70, that they had seen it in the cinema as the B-film before „Cream – The Last Concert“. I was amazed! Musical styles had changed so much since the Shamrocks‘ split, that we must have seemed quite an anachronism, compared to Cream! I later tried to trace the royalties for my songs, but, apparently the GEMA (German Copyright protection society) had no record of the film! I never saw the final version myself until the early eighties, when I just happened to bump into the cameraman, Klaus Merl, in a Berlin club. He told me he had a copy of the film and made a Betamax copy of it for me.

When I finally saw it, I was horrified! Some of the best songs had been edited out – I guess they had been too progressive for the producer. He had obviously left in only what he considered to be the „nice“ ones and taken out all the aggressive stuff, so it’s not a good representation of the band’s music in 1966, as a whole. I remember that, while we were in the studio, recording the music for the film, Schlesinger wanted the opening tune to be an instrumental, so we did „Saturday Night at the Duckpond“ (an adaptation of part of Tchaikowsky’s „Swan Lake“!), as a joke – and he loved it! Then he wanted something that sounded „sexy“, so I wrote „Turn Me On“ on the spot, just to keep him happy. We hated both of them and never played them live! The two Dave Allen songs „Still Waters Run Deep“ and „The Cool-Cold Breeze of Evening“ were remnants from a previous band of his (before the Aardvarks) and were also not normally part of our live show. Dave and I only used to play these in clubs (never on concerts), if it was getting empty, late at night, and the club manager wanted something softer! Then the rest of the band could slip off stage for a quiet beer, leaving Dave and me to hold the fort with a little „unplugged“ set! This is no discredit to Dave or his songs – he would be the first to admit that they didn’t fit into the Shamrocks‘ idiom. „Spread the News“ was more typical for the band at this time, as was „Crossbow“, which we re-recorded (plus horns and in glorious stereo!!!), soon after, as a single. This song has some disastrous edits in the film. But there were some more raunchy songs, with guitar distortion and feedback, that just got sliced out of the film. You wouldn’t believe it by watching this film, but, by late summer ’66, the Shamrocks were just beginning to get „heavy“!

Zu „Ready, Steady, Win“: I’m not sure if we played the final. I can only remember one broadcast in which we came 2nd. It probably was a preliminary round. The only band being on the show with us and who later appeared on LP are The Olympics.

Don Adams
Don Adams in Baumholder
Jimmy Powell and The Dimensions

Alan Stone schreibt: „Hi! Amazing! – someone who owns a Jimmy Powell record with me on, apart from myself! OK, here’s a brief history (if I go on too much, I apologise!). I was in a local group called „Willie’s Cult“ – I play tenor sax, by the way. One day we got a call from Jimmy Powell who wanted a backing band for that Saturday night. This would be about 1966. I’d heard of him and to us he was a minor star, so we were a bit awestruck at first. We drove to the gig, compared our list of tunes & keys and went on and played with no rehearsal! After the gig he asked us to join him on a permanent basis, and we were with him for about 2 years. We played universities and US Air bases. Some of the bands we shared the bill with were Georgie Fame, Bee Gees (they’d just arrived from Oz), Troggs, Herman’s Hermits, John Mayall, Eartha Kitt, Mr. Acker Bilk, The Who, Fleetwood Mac, Manfred Mann, Alan Price, Alexis Korner, etc. One tour of Scotland we met Stuart Henry the DJ who died a few years ago. One memorable gig was at the Savile Theatre, London……. Brian Epstein booked shows there. We opened for Cream, (Eric, Jack & Ginger), John Mayall and Rod Stewart & The Faces. As you say , he’d been to Germany so he knew Ginger Baker. We were impressed!! I still have the programmme. Other highlights were two Decca 45’s „Unexpected Mirrors“ / „Time Mends Broken Hearts“ DECCA F12664 and „I Just Can’t Get Over You“/“Real Cool“ DECCA F12751. Also we appeared on TV in a Soap – „The Newcomers“ on BBC. Jimmy Powell recorded for Young Blood label in 1968/9 after I’d left. I’ve got tapes of us somewhere – anyway, if you want more cuttings etc., let me know & I’ll email them. Here’s a photo taken by the stage door of the Savile Theatre.Alan is second from the left.

>>Jimmy Powell

 

The Echo Sounds, Kilmarnock, Scotland

Robert Tannock writes: „It’s nice to know that someone remembers us. You were right we only recorded two singles, as after this we came home although we still had a recording contract. This was due to the fact that I was ill and needed a rest. About three years ago we were on Sky tv show called „Beat Beat Beat“, which was recorded in Gemany around 1965 backing an American singer called Gene Williams. A friend saw it and taped one of the songs: Under The Boardwalk. We also did another tv show in1966 on ARD 1. Programm, but I cannot remember the name of the programme. We were miming to our record Too Late Now. We toured Germany for about 36 months in total, and played in such places as Frankfurt K52, the Weindorf club, also Mainz, Cafe Dehos. Hannover, Darmstadt, Star-Club in Karlsruhe and Duisburg being some of the cities. We met Rolf Wittman in Waldorf, if I remember correctly, and played with The Searchers there… or was it Beibesheim? The name of the club maybe was Waldorf. When we came back to Scotland, the band split up. I went on to play in new bands for a further 25 years. Is it possible you can trace the recordings of these tv shows as I would love to get a copy of them, I do not mind paying for these. Perhaps this is impossible after all those years.“

The VIPs-Stadthalle Bremen (vlnr Greg Ridley, Luther Grosvenor, Mike Harrison)

The Rolling Stones Zirkus Krone 1966
Mick Jagger, Zirkus Krone, 1965

 

The Rolling Stones

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Rolling Stones, Waldbühne Berlin, 15.9.65, fotografiert von Heinz O. Jurisch
The Small Faces, London, Vestlandhalle, Recklinghausen

The Smoke, York&London, Mal Luker, Mick Rowley, Zeke Lund, Geoff Gill, in Peters Gaststätten, Esens, 1967

The Smoke, York&London, Mick Rowley, Zeke Lund, in Peters Gaststätten, Esens, 1967

The Smoke, York&London, Mick Rowley, Zeke Lund, in Peters Gaststätten, Esens, 1967

The Smoke, York&London, Mick Rowley, Zeke Lund, in Peters Gaststätten, Esens, 1967

The Smoke, York&London, Mick Rowley, Zeke Lund, in Peters Gaststätten, Esens, 1967

The Smoke, York&London, Geoff Gill und Fan, in Peters Gaststätten, Esens, 1967
The Smoke, York&London, Mal Luker, Mick Rowley, Zeke Lund, Geoff Gill, in Peters Gaststätten, Esens, 1967

The Smoke, London+York, Esens, Peters Gaststätten, 1967

The Smoke, London+York, Geoff Gill signiert ein paar überdimensionierte Autogrammostkarten, unten liegt Dörtes Strickzeug, Esens, Peters Gaststätten, 1967

8 The Smoke, London+York, Mick Rowley with a very young fan, Esens, Peters Gaststätten, 1967

The Smoke, London+York, Esens, Peters Gaststätten, 1967
The Smoke, London+York,Zeke Lund macht sich fein, Esens, Peters Gaststätten, 1967
The Sonics, London, in der Kasseler Staatsoper
The Sonics, London, in der Kasseler Staatsoper
The Liverbirds, Liverpool, Pam mit offenen Haaren, Garderobe Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1965
The Liverbirds, Liverpool, Pamela Birch mit Fans, Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1965

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Liverbirds, Liverpool, in Bielefeld – Sylvie noch mit Hochfrisur

 

 

 

 

>>The Liverbirds live im Beat-Club

The Liverbirds, Liverpool, in der Weser-Ems-Halle, Pam mit offenem Haar, Oldenburg, 1965
The Liverbirds, 1968, in Japan, Mary McGlory, Pamela Birch, Renate ‚Dixie‘ Wassermeyer, Christiane ‚Chris‘ Schulz
The Liverbirds, 1968, Christiane Schulz, ex-The Lightnings, Porz, und Renate ‚Dixie‘ Wassermeier, ex-The Rag Dolls, Duisburg
The Liverbirds, 1968, in Japan
The Liverbirds, Liverpool, wieder in der Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1966
The Liverbirds, Liverpool, Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1966
he Liverbirds, Liverpool, Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1966
The Liverbirds, Liverpool,mit Autogrammen, Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1966
The Liverbirds, Liverpool, wieder in der Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1966

 

The Liverbirds, Liverpool, Garderobe Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1966

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Liverbirds, Liverpool, in Peter’s Gaststätten, Esens, 1966

The Liverbirds, Liverpool, mit Wilfried Priemel und Mike Granowski von den Black Shadows in Peter’s Gaststätten, Esens, 1966

The Liverbirds, Liverpool, in Peter’s Gaststätten, Esens, 1966
 

 

The Liverbirds, Liverpool, Garderobe Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1966
The Liverbirds, Liverpool, Garderobe Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1966
The Liverbirds, Liverpool, Garderobe Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1966
The Liverbirds, Liverpool, Garderobe Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1966

 

 

 

The Liverbirds, Liverpool, Garderobe Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1966
The Liverbirds, Liverpool, Umkleide Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1966
The Liverbirds, Liverpool, Umkleide, im Spiegel Valerie Gell, Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1966
The Liverbirds, Liverpool, Sylvia Saunders. Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1966

 

The Liverbirds, Liverpool, Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1966

 

 

 

 

 

The Liverbirds, Liverpool, Pamela Birch, Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenbrg, 1966
The Liverbirds, Liverpool, Pamela Birch, Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1966

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Liverbirds, Liverpool, Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1966

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Liverbirds, Liverpool, Sylvia Saunders. Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1966

 

The Liverbirds, Liverpool, Sylvia Saunders, Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1966
The Liverbirds, Liverpool, Sylvia Saunders, Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1966

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Liverbirds, Liverpool, Fan, Mary McGlory, Pamela Birch, Valerie Gell, in Wilhelmshaven, 1965

The Liverbirds, Liverpool, Mary McGlory, in Wilhelmshaven, 1965

The Liverbirds, Liverpool, Mary McGlory, Sylvia Saunders, in Wilhelmshaven, 1965

The Liverbirds, Liverpool, Mary McGlory, Sylvia Saunders, Valerie Gell, Pamela Birch, in Wilhelmshaven, 1965

The Liverbirds, Liverpool, Mary McGlory, in Wilhelmshaven, 1965

The Liverbirds, Liverpool, Silvia Saunders, Valerie Gell, Pamela Birch, in Wilhelmshaven, 1965

The Liverbirds, Liverpool, Sylvia Saunders, Pamela Birch, Mary McGlory, Valerie Gell, in Wilhelmshaven, 1965

The Liverbirds, Liverpool, Mary McGlory, shows the people how high you can get, in Wilhelmshaven, 1965
The London Beats, Handzettel 1964
Peppino Di Capri, aus Capri, Italien
Johnny Hallyday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

John O’Hara & His Playboys, Glasgow,in Oldenburg, 1965
John O’Hara & His Playboys, Glasgow,in Oldenburg, 1965
John O’Hara & His Playboys, Glasgow, in Oldenburg, 1965
John O’Hara & His Playboys, Glasgow, in Oldenburg, 1965
John O’Hara & His Playboys, Glasgow, in Oldenburg, 1965
John O’Hara & His Playboys, Glasgow, in Oldenburg, 1965
John O’Hara & His Playboys, Glasgow, in Oldenburg, 1965
John O’Hara & His Playboys, Glasgow, in Oldenburg, 1965

 

 

Tony Sheridan & The Black Stars, Weser-Ems-Halle, 1965
Penny Wonder 1972
Screaming Lord Sutch, London, macht sich Notizen, was alles schief lief, Weser-Ems-Halle, 1965
The Sinners, irgendwo zwischen Oldenburg und Bremen 1965
The Sinners, irgendwo zwischen Oldenburg und Bremen 1965
Linda Laine & The Sinners, UK, Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1965
Linda Laine & The Sinners, UK, Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1965
Linda Laine & The Sinners, UK, Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1965
Linda Laine, UK, Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1965
Linda Laine, UK, Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, 1965

 

 

The Twighlights, London, 1965, Cliff Adams who later changed his name to Clifford Davis and managed Fleetwood Mac
The Twighlights, 1965

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Twilights, London, 1964
The Twilights, London, 1964