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Bachelors, The

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The Bachelors: Astor Club, London

Live Review by Alan Smith, New Musical Express, 1 February 1963

Debut At Astor ...

'Don't Call Us Paddy' Begged The Bachelors

Interview by Norman Jopling, Record Mirror, 16 February 1963

"WHENEVER we talk to anyone they call us 'Paddy'," complained the three Bachelors. "We've got names you know." ...

The Bachelor Boys Are Happy!

Interview by Alan Smith, New Musical Express, 8 March 1963

THE HAPPY Bachelors, celebrate their ninth week in the NME Chart today (Friday), standing at lucky No. 13 with their hit disc 'Charmaine'. ...

The Bachelors Have Split up — But Only to Get More Space

Interview by June Harris, Disc, 14 September 1963

THE BACHELORS have split up. Not for real, but much to the relief of Con Clusky and John Stokes, youngest member Dec Clusky has moved ...

Girls! Are you a Bachelor type?

Interview by Alan Walsh, Disc, 26 December 1964

COULD YOU marry a Bachelor, girls? A singing, playing member of the Bachelors, that is — not the type of bachelor that can be found ...

Shel Talmy: "British records lacked feeling"

Interview by David Griffiths, Record Mirror, 13 February 1965

THE INTERNATIONAL boom in British pop music produced few stories as strange as that of the independent record producer Shel Talmy. He's a 26-year-old American ...

The Beatles, The Rolling Stones et al: NME Poll Winners' Concert, Empire Pool, Wembley, London

Live Review by Keith Altham, Alan Smith, New Musical Express, 16 April 1965



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