Re-Release 2017 - NEW !!! sealed - 180 Gram Coloured Audiophile Vinyl - Limited Numbered Edition of 750 copies
Formerly known as the BOYS BLUE signed by Pye and looked after by MIKI DALLON when changed name to
the SORROWS by end of 1964. Many of the songs are written by Dallon, who also released records on his own.
The band played a wild and rough R&B , Freakbeat interesting for Mods too.
Their only hit : TAKE A HEART was released in german language too.
Their style later on changed to psychedelic and when relocated to Italy to progressive Rock on the 2nd only in Italy
In 1967 Don Maughn changed name to DON FARDON and started a solo carreer with some success in the early 70s
..best known his interpretation of J.D. Loudermilks : INDIAN RESERVATION.
Style: 60s R&B ; Prog ;
see: Don Fardon ; Eggy ;
Don Maughn (=Don Fardon) - lead vocals; Wez Price - rhythm guitar; Bruce Finley - drums;
Philip Packham - bass; Pip Whitcher - lead guitar;
Chris Fryers - organ, guitar; Roger Lomas - guitar; Chris Smith - vocals; Mick Bradley - drums;
Producer: John Schroeder ;
No No No No (Whitcher-Fardon)
Take a Heart (Dallon)
Shes got the Action (Dallon)
How Love used to be (Redfern-O'Sullivan)
Teenage Letter (Richard)
I dont wanna be free (Whitcher-Fardon)
Dont sing no sad Songs for me (Brooks-Stillman)
We should get along fine (Fardon-Whitcher)
Come with me (Zakss-Formula 5)
Let me in (Dallon)