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Timebox (formed in November 1966, in Southport, Lancashire) was a 1960’s band that developed from a complicated ancestry that included the Take 5, the Bo Street Runners, Patto’s People, and the Chicago Blue Line. This soul/psych-pop combo made two singles for Pye’s Piccadilly label before signing to Decca’s Deram imprint in 1967. They recorded five singles for Deram between 1967 and 1969 and appeared on BBC shows such as Noise at Nine, Stuart Henry on Sunday and Jimmy Young. After their last single failed in 1970, keyboard player ‘Professor’ Chris Holmes left and the remaining members continued under the name Patto.

Discography
“I Will Always Love You” b/w “Save Your Love” (45) - 1967 Piccadilly
“Soul Sauce” b/w “I Wish I Could Jerk Like My Uncle Cyril” (45) - 1967 Piccadilly
“Don’t Make Promises” b/w “Walking Through the Streets of My Mind” (45) - 1967 Deram
“Beggin’” b/w “A Woman That’s Waiting” (45) - 1968 Deram
“Girl Don’t Make Me Wait” b/w “Gone Is the Sad Man” (45) - 1968 Deram
“Baked Jam Roll in Your Eye” b/w “Poor Little Heartbreaker” (45) - 1969 Deram
“Yellow Van” b/w “You’ve Got the Chance” (45) - 1969 Deram
The Deram Anthology (CD compilation) - 1998 Deram

Edited by matvdk on 1 Jun 2008, 16:11

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