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While their contemporaries were Various Das Wunder Stereo the fruits of swinging London, the quartet were stuck in Hamburg playing the Star Club, working off an enormous debt to their management company NEMS along with a tax bill.

In a sense, they hadn't moved forward from the glory days of Merseybeat, relying on driving crowd-pleasing floor-filling covers, but the constant playing gave the group a deep, muscular groove and jazz chops credible enough that they could play Oscar Brown Jr's "Brother Where Are You" and Cannonball Adderly's "Jive Samba" as convincingly as they could pound out Chuck Berry's "No Money Down" or stomp along with Stevie Wonder's "Nothin's Too Good For My Baby.

A prime slice of British psych that George produced, it The Remo Four Smile Colin Manley and Tony Ashton with Harrison also playing and also possibly on backing vocals. Slimline jewelcase. Thanks a lot for reviving this beauty! Their greatest success had come in with the Peter Gunn instrumental, which made them stars in Germany after a legendary live Aquai Africaribe Beat on the famous 'Beat-Club' TV show.

These days The Remo Four's only album 'Smile! With this fabulous release, Bear Family finally fills in a missing link in Thin Lizzy Nightlife musical story of the 'Swinging Sixties' The Remo Four Smile Remo Four Quartet started out as a vocal harmony band from Liverpool.

By they had shortened their name to the Remo Four and were gigging regularly around Liverpool, cultivating a large following including Manley's old school mate, Paul McCartney, who would often check them out at the Cavern Club. In early Prytherch left the group to get married and was replaced by Roy Dyke.

They were now playing a residency at the Star Club in Hamburg and had also became the unofficial house band for German music television show Beat Club and can be seen in many episodes. While in Germany the Remo four signed to the Star Club's record label, releasing a few singles which sold well over there and eventually cut an album in called Smile!

It was around The Remo Four Smile time that they were approached by George Harrison who asked the band to back him on his first solo album. In DecemberLondon based American director, Joe Massot met George Harrison at the opening party of the Apple Boutique where he offered him the job of creating the soundtrack to a film he was making in the UK called Wonderwall.

Harrison accepted the offer and recruited the Remo Four as his backing band for the recording sessions. The first recording sessions were held in EMI's Bombay studios during January where Harrison conducted several Indian session musicians over three days The Remo Four Smile recording he also recorded the instrumental track for The Inner Light while he was there. The The Remo Four Smile Four did not attend the Bombay recordings but were required for the preceding recording sessions at Abbey Road studios.

Neither movie nor soundtrack album were successful and were soon forgotten until thirty years later. In Massot, now an established film director, decided restore Wonderwall for re-release. The Remo Four Smile contacted Harrison and asked for him to send the master tapes for the soundtrack.

On the masters was a track that Massot had never heard. George hadn't submitted the song to Massot first time round as he was under the impression that he was only to provide instrumentals for inclusion on the soundtrack. Massot loved the track and added it to the newly restored film. The song was also released in conjunction with the movie as a single on cd and 7" vinyl credited to the Remo Four produced by George Harrison.

The Remo Four were in something of a time warp in and While their contemporaries were enjoying the fruits of swinging London, the quartet were stuck in Hamburg playing the Star Club, working off Syl Johnson Is It Because Im Black enormous debt to their management company NEMS along with a tax bill.

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  1. The Remo Four, Smile! (vinyl record) Home / THE REMO FOUR / The Remo Four, Smile! (vinyl record). Previous Next.
  2. Remo Four - Smile ( uk, great Tony Ashton in a verygood mersey beat, with mod, jazzy funky pshych groovie feeling, remastered with bonus tracks) The Remo Four had started out at the Cavern Club in Liverpool, playing country music. It was originally called Johnny Sandon And the Remo Four.
  3. The Remo Four: Smile! ‎ (LP, Album) Star-Club Records: STY: Germany: Sell This Version4/4(5).
  4. May 23,  · From the fabulous Bear Family cd " Smile" comes Liverpudlians the Remo Four with their unreleased cover of Gloria Jones' soul hit " HeartBeat". Given an .
  5. Jun 15,  · These days an original vinyl copy of The Remo Four's only album Smile! is insanely rare and expensive, but even the CD edition out of print for many years has become a sought-after rarity. Now this outstanding slice of mid-Sixties music is available again with eight extra songs (A&B sides of two singles plus four tracks unreleased at the time)/5(5).

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