After the sixties

Life didn't finish in the sixties. Groups continued their existence, mutated and the musicians found different styles, different markets, different groups and life continued.

This page is an opportunity to feature many of the later groups made up of those still around from the sixties.

 


The Transit
"Our bed for the night on those trips to Carlisle - mid-winter and pre-motorway"
Altitude    
Baktrak Blood Band new circa 1973  
Bluesbusters 1990s  
Brent Crude and the Disley Playboys  
Burial Cheshire Plains  
The Circuit - 1981  
Crystal's House new DFU
Dream Machine  Dr Jelly - Glossop
Father Jack Band Flashman
Grumble  
Hamilton Gray  
Hazard - Furness Vale/Birch Vale Love Lane - Oldham 70s
Marks and Steadman Memory Lane - 1975 ish
New Wave Band - studio band 1970 Oscar
Palm Springs - funny article, lots of pics and a great diary of gis. A must to read. Peace of Mind - early 70s - made up of ex Life 'n' Soul, Chosen Few, etc 
Pete Elliott Band (with Peter Cowap)  
Pickwick Rockaholics - 1993
Royal Variety Show  
Samba Glide  
Savory Duck Skint
After playing in The Five Commandments, Lee Wade and the Wild Ones, The Rocking Vicars, The Dollies and The Love Trade Phil Coggan returned to South Wales and joined many groups, including Skint.
Slack Alice  
Slipped Disc Smelly Kelly and The Subway Sniffers
Sounds Important Speed
The Socrates - 1976 Spider Jive - need more info
Strawberry Pye  Supa Nova new
Sweet Sensation Swing Machine new
Tractor, Rochdale  
Vintage  
   
Wave Wolfbane
   

IF THE BAND YOU ARE LOOKING FOR ISN'T HERE, ITS BECAUSE WE HAVE NO INFO. WE PUT (ALMOST) EVERYTHING WE RECEIVE ON THE SITE

If you have anything you would like included on the site, please email me at paul@manchesterbeat.com We welcome all comments, submissions, etc.

If its Manchester, music orientated and sixties - it belongs here!

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