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    Main » 2010 » March » 23 » the Mojos ~ 1994 ~ Everything's Alright
    the Mojos ~ 1994 ~ Everything's Alright

    genre: beat

    country: uk

    quality : lossless (flac, cue, log, booklet scans)

    time: 45'51" size: 158 mb

    misc: compil.'63-'67


    Tapestry Of Delights:

    A Liverpool band who evolved out of another Liverpudlian band called The Nomads who hadn't recorded any 45s but had had a track included on the This Is Merseybeat compilation. Professional actor Lew Collins was in the band before they recorded, which explains why they were managed by his dad and future Iveys/Badfinger manager Bill Collins.

    They became The Mojos in August 1963 and, after winning a songwriting competition, got a contract with Carlin Music who leased their tapes to Decca. They got a residency at the Blue Angel and soon established themselves as one of the popular Merseybeat bands, particularly with the girls.

    Wilkinson left after their first 45 to join The Mastersounds, who didn't make it onto vinyl. With his replacement Nicky Crouch, the remaining members headed for Hamburg, playing the Star Club and recording their second 45, Everything's Alright, whilst they were there. Regarded as a classic Merseybeat recording, this 45 took them into the Top Ten, a feat they were never able to repeat. They had a loud and lively stage act but most of their subsequent singles veered towards lightweight pop. They enjoyed a couple of further Top 30 hits with Why Not Tonight and Seven Daffodils before splintering in late 1964. Only Stu James and Nicky Crouch remained from the earlier line-up and they became known as Stu James and The Mojos. James' real name was Stu Slater.



    in various times:

    NICKY CROUCH gtr, vcls

    STU JAMES vcls


    JOHN KONRAD drms

    TERRY O'TOOLE piano



    01. They say you found a new baby (1963) 2:29
    02. Forever (1963) 2:35
    03. Everything's Alright (1964) 2:24
    04. Give your lovin' to me (1964) 2:37
    05. Why not tonight (1964) 2:30
    06. Don't do it anymore (1964) 1:58
    07. Seven Daffodils (1964) 3:11
    08. Nothin' at all (1964) 2:47
    09. I got my mojo working (1964) 3:37
    10. The one who really loves you (1964) 2:35
    11. Nobody but me (1964) 2:03
    12. Comin' on to cry (1965) 3:34
    13. That's the way it goes (1965) 2:41
    14. Wait a minute (1965) 2:55
    15. Wonder if she knows (1965) 2:55
    16. Good-bye dolly gray (1967) 3:03
    17. I just can't let her go (1967) 1:57


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