Artist: Brian Poole & The Tremeloes, Song: The Uncle Willie, Duration: 2:22, File type: mp3. №880613745. Brian Poole & The Tremeloes I Could Make You Love Me. (play). Brian Poole, The Tremeloes Do You Love Me.
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Uncle Willie 07. Good Loving 08. Twelve Steps Of Love 09. I Can Dance play 10. Three Bells 11. Candy Man 12. House Party 13. I Want Candy 14. Moving On. Musicians: Alan Blakley - Rhythm Guitarist, Keyboards, Vocalist. To be fair, the Tremeloes were good musicians, Brian Poole was a competent singer and the group went on to have several more hits, though all were covers of American songs. By the end of 1965 they were done, though the Tremeloes re-appeared without Poole in 1967 for a second, and more successful run. This album collects all the hits with Poole as the lead singer, together with some B-sides and some extra tracks which, I have to say, are basically filler. When a group is struggling to fill a single-disc 'best of' collection, you know their run has been a brief one.
The Tremeloes are an English beat group founded in 1958 in Dagenham, Essex, and still active as of 2006. They were part of the British Invasion, where they grew to prominence. The group also had success in the UK in 1964 with covers of Roy Orbison's B-side, "Candy Man" and a previously obscure Crickets' B-side ballad, "Someone, Someone"; both entered the UK Singles Chart Top Ten, with the latter peaking at no. 2. Other Decca-era chart singles included "Three Bells" and a version of "I Want Candy".
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