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Honeybus were a 1960s pop group formed in April 1967, in London, UK. They were best known for their 1968 UK Top 10 hit single, "I Can't Let Maggie Go". Since their heyday, have often been pigeonholed as a "one-hit wonder", a tag which many say belies the rich legacy of material left behind by the band.

The best known line-up consisted of: * Pete Dello — (vocals, keyboards, guitar) * Ray Cane — (vocals, bass, keyboards) * Colin Hare — (rhythm guitar, vocals) * Pete Kircher… read more

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  • Have loved I Can't Let Maggie go since a kid. Listened to a greatest hits album about 15yar ago and thought Maggie was the only good track. Now after re-listening, there's many great pieces. Maggie is still the best, followed perhaps by Story and She's Out There
  • I liked the most popular tune. Can't be bad band
  • Fucking Beatles rip offs
  • Story LP is a piece of heaven.
  • Perfect 60s pop/rock. I can't understand how these guys didn't become huge. Scarlet Lady is amazing.
  • Honeybutts
  • Just got Story it great so far
  • i listened to story on my mp3 player the whole summer :) Highly recommended to zombies and beatles afficiandos with a weak spot for folkrock :P
  • too cute :) i think their songs are really good!
  • Just bought a copy of 'Story' and it's amazing - love the album version of 'delighted to see you' with its slide-whistle riff and kazoo solo!

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