The Temperance Seven were formed at the Royal College of Art in 1957. Despite its name, the Temperance Seven usually had nine members. The lead vocalist was Paul MacDowell.
They had a British number 1 hit in 1961 with "You're Driving Me Crazy", which was produced by George Martin. Other noted songs were "Charley My Boy", "Pasadena", "Sugar" and "Chili Bom-Bom".
The original Temperance Seven came to an end in the late 1960s, but the band continues to perform with… read more
|1||Play on youtube||Pasadena||
|2||Play on youtube||You're Driving Me Crazy||
|4||Ain't She Sweet||
|5||The Charleston (UK NME Top40 7.12.61 #39) (Parlophon)||
|6||You're Driving Me Crazy (UK NME Top40 30.03.61 #29) (Parlophone)||
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