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Tremeloes, The

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New to the Charts: Brian Poole & Tremeloes

Profile and Interview by Alan Smith, New Musical Express, 5 July 1963

IT'S FIFTH time lucky for Brian Poole and the Tremeloes, who make their chart bow this week with 'Twist And Shout'. ...

The 'Twist And Shout' Battle Hots Up! (And How The NME Helped)

Report by Alan Smith, New Musical Express, 19 July 1963

THERE'S A long and fascinating story behind the big come-back success of 'Twist And Shout' (now with three versions in the best-sellers) — and it's ...

The Tremeloes: Success? It's not having plenty of money, or a new car, or even a hit record

Interview by June Harris, Disc, 7 September 1963

Brian Poole talks to June Harris ...

The Tired Tremeloes..!

Interview by Norman Jopling, Record Mirror, 14 September 1963

In the charts with 'Twist And Shout' and with 'Do You Love Me' crashing in at No. 33, Brian and the boys begin to feel ...

Roy Orbison, Freddie & the Dreamers, Brian Poole & the Tremeloes, the Searchers: Walthamstow Granada, London

Live Review by June Harris, Disc, 21 September 1963


The Tremeloes: Hit sound? It's played out, says Brian Poole

Interview by June Harris, Disc, 4 January 1964

"YES, YOU can say our hit sound is played out and we have to try something different," admitted Brian Poole. "What's the use of trying ...

Reigning Cats And Dogs

Report and Interview by Sylvia Stephens, Fabulous, 27 March 1965

Switched on people are definitely animal lovers, and dogs and cats top the pop stars own hit parade... SYLVIA STEPHEN has done some vetting on the subject. For ...

The Rolling Stones, Percy Sledge et al: The Week's New Singles

Review by Peter Jones, Record Mirror, 14 May 1966

Plenty of tips, including a new Stones. Many follow-ups which aren't marvellous, and some outsiders, including Percy Sledge and Jimmy James and the Vagabonds ...

Singles, including the Who, Neil Diamond and the Bee Gees

Review by uncredited writer, Melody Maker, 22 April 1967


Who, Prince Buster, Bee Gees et al: New Singles Reviewed

Review by Peter Jones, Record Mirror, 22 April 1967

Top class, dramatic newie from Bee Gees, and a not so commercial Tremeloes — slow soul from Sam & Dave, & delicate new P. P. ...

The Beach Boys, Small Faces, Dusty Springfield et al: NME Poll Winners Concert, Empire Pool, Wembley, London

Live Review by Keith Altham, Alan Smith, New Musical Express, 13 May 1967


The Tremeloes: Tremultuous!

Interview by Maureen O'Grady, Rave, July 1967

It's our RAVE way of congratulating the Tremeloes on their fantastic return to success. For the inside story Maureen O'Grady reports... ...

The Who, Traffic, the Tremeloes, Marmalade, the Herd, the Dream: City Hall, Sheffield

Live Review by David Hughes, Disc and Music Echo, 4 November 1967

TREMELOES IN top form; Pete Townshend having another "smashing" time; Herd's Peter Frampton a solo smash; still screams for Traffic's Stevie; impressive debut for the ...

The Who, Traffic, the Herd, the Tremeloes, Marmalade: Walthamstow Granada, London

Live Review by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 11 November 1967

FANS WENT wild for both houses of the Who-Herd-Traffic-Tremeloes tour when it hit Walthamstow Granada on Saturday. ...

The Tremeloes: War Of The Groups

Interview by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 3 February 1968

Pop, crackle, snap – there's friction in the air! ...

Gene Pitney, Amen Corner, Status Quo: Lewisham Odeon/Kinks, Tremeloes, Herd: Walthamstow Granada

Live Review by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 13 April 1968


Tremeloes: Even the Bad Times are Good

Report by Ken Barnes, Phonograph Record, May 1976

THE TREMELOES have a problem – they've been too successful. 15 years together (the first five, backing Brian Poole) and upwards of a dozen pop ...

Brian Poole And The Tremeloes: Stoke Newington Town Hall, London

Live Review by Penny Reel, New Musical Express, 9 March 1985

DRESSED DASHINGLY in a detergent white jerkin, black shirt and slim black slacks, wearing a white knitted tie and white plimsolls, black belt and black ...

see also Brian Poole & The Tremeloes


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