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Freddie & The Dreamers


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Freddie and the Dreamers were a British musical band who had a number of hit records between May 1963 and November 1965. Their act was based around the comic antics of the 5-foot-3-inch-tall (1.60m) Freddie Garrity, who was famous for bouncing around the stage with arms and legs flying.

The band consisted of Freddie Garrity (born Manchester, Lancashire 14 November 1936 died –19 May 2006), vocals, Roy Crewsdon (often misspelled “Crewdson”) (born Manchester May 29, 1941 ), guitar, Derek Quinn (born Manchester May 24 , 1942, ), guitar and harmonica, Peter Birrell (born Manchester May 9, 1941, ), bass, and Bernie Dwyer (born Manchester December 4, 1940, died – December 4, 2002), drums.


If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody/Feel So Blue (Columbia DB 7032) 1963
I’m Telling You Now/What Have I Done To You? (Columbia DB 7086) 1963
You Were Made For Me/Send A Letter To Me (Columbia DB 7147) 1963
Over You/Come Back When You’re Ready (Columbia DB 7214) 1964
I Love You Baby/Don’t Make Me Cry (Columbia DB 7286) 1964
Just For You/Don’t Do That To Me (Columbia DB 7322) 1964
I Understand/I Will (Columbia DB 7381) 1964
A Little You/Things I’d Like To Say (Columbia DB 7526) 1965
Thou Shalt Not Steal/I Don’t Know (Columbia DB 7720) 1965
If You’ve Gotta Minute Baby/When I’m Home With You (Columbia DB 7857) 1966
Playboy/Some Day (Columbia DB 7929) 1966
Turn Around/Funny Over You (Columbia DB 8033) 1966
Hello, Hello/All I Ever Want Is You (Columbia DB 8137) 1967
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  • lihei

    The British Musical Explosion of the 1960s brought with it many, many great artists. Freddie and the Dreamers was not one of them.

    31 Jul 2013 Reply
  • britishboy1976

    For anyone who is interested, EMI release on 23 April 2012 'Completely Cilla: 1963-1973' - a 5CD boxset of material by the British pop singer Cilla Black who began her career alongside The Beatles in Liverpool during the 1960s. Cilla went on to chart 18 Top 40 singles during that decade and toured across the world with many of the other sixties greats. The new set contains 139 recordings all produced by George Martin (the man behind The Beatles' hits) and comes with a bonus Region 0 / NTSC DVD of many previously unreleased BBC TV music performances.

    19 Apr 2012 Reply
  • ElizaTess

    definitely the sort of band that needs to be seen and heard... haaaa

    21 Sep 2011 Reply
  • ashdinosaur

    4 Jul 2011 Reply
  • davidgeorgea

    I love them ,Great memories

    22 Sep 2010 Reply
  • Sebitude

    More people need to listen to these guys. :(

    25 Jul 2009 Reply
  • Sebitude

    Just brilliant! :D

    20 May 2009 Reply
  • tyang

    Vanilla coke is disgusting.

    6 Sep 2008 Reply
  • UnsungBlues

    Buddy Holly on diet coke.

    5 Aug 2008 Reply
  • magitekpange


    9 Feb 2008 Reply
  • Aqueronte

    Buddy Holly on coke.

    21 Jul 2007 Reply

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