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The La De Das


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The La De Das were a New Zealand based mod/rock band formerly known as The Mergers. Their career spans the entire ‘64-‘75 period with different line-ups.

Members :
Phil Key (guitar/vocals) (‘64-‘72)
Trevor Wilson (bass) (‘64-‘70)
Kevin Borich (guitar/vocals) (‘64-‘75)
Brett Neilsen (drums/vocals) (‘64-‘67)
Bruce Howard (keyboards) (‘65-‘70)
Bryan Harris (drums) (‘68)
Keith Barber (drums) (‘68-‘75)
Reno Tehei (bass) (‘70)
Peter Roberts (bass) (‘71-‘72)
Ronnie Peel (bass) (‘73-‘75)


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  • pyjamademon

    "Little Girl" and "How Is The Air Up There" are perfect songs.

    10 Jan 2010 Reply
  • maulofsound

    the main riff for I Take What I Want sounds so very close to that of Hold On I'm Comin', not that most garage rock bands from the 60s had all that unique of a sound. cool band anyway.

    28 Oct 2008 Reply
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