Listen to music from Tinkerbells Fairydust like Twenty Ten, Lazy Day & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Tinkerbells Fairydust. They recorded three singles and one album for the Decca label. Signed to manager Don Arden, the various band members were: Stuart Attride (Guitar/Keys, Vocals) Gerry Wade (Bass, Vocals) Steve Maher (Guitar, Vocals) Barry Creasy (Drums, Vocals) Chas Wade (Drums, Vocals) Eileen Woodman (Hammond, Vocals) Dave Church (Vocals) Pete Hole (Guitar, Vocals).
Tinkerbells Fairydust was a British pop group in the late 1960s, who hailed from east London. Signed to manager Don Arden, the band members were: Stuart Attride (guitar, keyboards, vocals). Gerry Wade (bass, vocals). Steve Maher (guitar, vocals). Barry Creasy (drums, vocals). Chas Wade (drums, vocals). Eileen Woodman (Hammond organ, vocals). Dave Church (vocals). Pete Hole (guitar, vocals).
Covers of the Brooklyn Bridge's "The Worst That Could Happen," the Association's "Never My Love," and Spanky & Our Gang's "Lazy Day" are not only psychedelic, they're not very good, sounding like attempts to closely cover American hits for the British market. Other tracks sound like similar British equivalents to the Happenings and the Tokens - not exactly among the more exciting American '60s bands to begin with - but not even doing harmony pop/rock as well as those groups did.
Tinkerbells Fairydust (1968). Album by Tinkerbells Fairydust. Lazy Day. is a cover of. Lazy Day by Spanky & Our Gang (1967).
Tinkerbells Fairydust - Студийный альбом от Tinkerbells Fairydust. В альбом вошло 34 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:00:49. Tinkerbells Fairydust. Every Minute Every Day. 02:26.
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|F 12705||Tinkerbells Fairydust||Lazy Day (7", Single, Mono, Promo)||Decca||F 12705||UK||1967|
|TOP-1363||Tinkerbell's Fairydust*||Lazy Day (7")||London Records||TOP-1363||Japan||1968|