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Billie Davis Tell him: The Decca years. Billie Davis Whatcha gonna do? Complete singles Inthe year in which popular music was transformed by the rise of The BeatlesDavis left Decca records due to financial disagreements. In September of that year she suffered a broken jaw when a chauffeur-driven limousine  in which she and Jet Harrisformer bass guitarist of the Shadowswere returning from a concert in Worcester  crashed in the West Midlands.
Harris received head injuries that seriously affected his already troubled career. RPMDavis acknowledges the scandal, but also places blame for the "lost momentum" on being unable to record for four months due to having her jaw wired shut after the accident. Davis was an early proponent of many of the Billie Davis And The Leroys Whatcha Gonna Do styles for which the s are remembered: bobbed hairlong boots of the kind popularised by Honor Blackman in early episodes of The Avengers and leather mini-skirts.
She was said Billie Davis And The Leroys Whatcha Gonna Do have beaten the latter for 'percussive effect' when recording. Arnold later recorded the song herself and had the bigger hit in Davis' final chart entry was a Northern soul version of Jon Hendricks ' "I Want You to Be My Baby", originally recorded by Louis Jordan inwhich reached number 33 in October although sales were affected by an industrial dispute at the manufacturing plant.
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