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There are at least three bands called The Squires, all from the 1960s:

1. The Squires were a Canadian surf rock band from Winnipeg, most known in music history as being an early band of Neil Young.

2. The Squires were an American garage band in the 1960s, who have a claim to being the quintessential example of the genre.

They released just one single, which failed to be even a regional hit, but which is now regarded as a… read more

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  • Avatar for oldiesfanjohn
    Sorry below. Not Neil Young's early band. Wrong Squires.
  • Avatar for iconan
    The Squires - Going All The Way With (1965 /1966) - Garage folk-rock legends originally known as The Rogues, formed 1965 in Bristol, Connecticut. Famed for their single Going All The Way / Go Ahead (1966) Since they never recorded an Lp, this collection gathers all of their unissued gems. This is one of the best unissued 60's garage. A MUST! Personnel: Tom Flanigan (lead gtr) - Jim Lynch (gtr) - John Folcik (bs) - Kurt Robinson (keyb'ds) - Mike Bouyea (drms, violin, vcls) -.-.-.-. om hari om ..... ॐะ
  • Avatar for MuoriBOR
    Canadians <3
  • Avatar for lottadogs
    way cool tune...early Neil...yeah
  • Avatar for Harfang
    Oh boy. I love Neil so much, really, but I cannot listen to Oh Darling because not only are the instruments sorta out of tune, but Neil's voice is ~violently~ off key.
  • Avatar for stevo120665
    I remember a late 70's Mod revival band called The Squires.
  • Avatar for BillStrange
    The Squires " Going all the way" is one of the most hauntingly beautiful songs I have ever heard. I have it on an early vinyl version of pebbles. What a shame we can have it streaming here. C'mon!
  • Avatar for melvinz
    ahahah! "I wonder" is the early version of "don't cry no tears". yeah!
  • Avatar for TheOnlyRoc
    despite having Niel Young they do not have the top tracks on
  • Avatar for ThommesHansen
    Its Neil maaan!

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