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  • Avatar for Roy1968Wood
    Bev Bevan (drums) does the lead bass vocal on this cover of a great Coasters tune. Ace Kefford (guitar) does the tenor vocal.
  • Avatar for Metal_God92
    Ian Curtis in vocals???
  • Avatar for oldiesfanjohn
    Actually,it is a decent rendition of a song that goes back to 1934...words and music by James F Hanley..It was used in a Broadway Revue "Thumbs Up" back then...Most notably,Judy Garland sang it in 1938`s film,"Listen Darlin" and she recorded it for Decca Records in 1939...many different versions,we found out as our band covered this tune but the Drifters never covered this!
  • Avatar for Roy1968Wood
    An early Move b side from 1966 with Bev Bevan (drums) doing the vocal. Very cool stuff and a decent rendition of a Drifters tune.
  • Avatar for RAGGLEMAN
    Sounds like Kevin Ayers singing an early Zappa doo-wop pastiche. Mr. Wood he a very clever man. Oddball.
  • Avatar for Sciencejeff
    Wacky Wood (Roy) -- very cool.
  • Avatar for arianne_m
    I love his deep voice ;D
  • Avatar for Elodave
    One multi-talented man!!!
  • Avatar for ScottPierson
    For those who don't know, the deep voice singing this song is the drummer, Bev Bevan. You will also hear him sing bass on The Move's Ben Crawley Steel Company.

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