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Freddie Garrity and The Dreamers along with The Yardbirds with a partially obscured Eric “Slowhand” Clapton. Jeff Beck is just a few months away. The other two gents are a British act similar to Peter and Gordon who never made it in the states. I can’t recall their name.
It’s easy to see that the Beatles couldn’t really do the stuff that THEY thought was far-out…because, they would’ve left everyone behind.
That each Beatle found the other three is a pure miracle!
There was no duo on this tour – the full show line up for “Another Beatles Christmas Show” was as follows: Freddie And The Dreamers, Sounds Incorporated, Elkie Brooks, The Yardbirds, Michael Haslam, The Mike Cotton Sound and Ray Fell. The compère was Jimmy Savile (say no more…)
I stand corrected. No duo on that tour. Who am I thinking of? Chad & Jeremy? No, they made it in the US. Who are those 2 guys? I know one thing…they, like all the rest of them, are basking in the reflected glow of the 4 lads on the floor. Then as now, none better, forever and always.
It’s Night of 100 Stars rehearsal, London Palladium, 23 July 1964. Look at The Beatles’ same clothes.
Sorry, not the same clothes, but very close…
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