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SOUNDS REFORMED

Last updated: 08-12-2017

Sounds Reformed.                      L1965 to L1966

Lead Vocals: Ian Eves

Vocals, Keys: Danny Eves

Guitar: Johnny Gold

Guitar: David Seymour

Bass: Bryan Seymour

Drums: Steve Henry

           

This line-up was the amalgamation of The Bruntones & The Strollers a year later they would become The Reformation

 

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The Bruntones & The Strollers both finished around late 1965. Danny had finished with the Strollers around   months previous and wound down as a Bruntone before both bands called it a day and an amalgamation of personnel saw the   of Sounds reformed. The main reason for the adjustment was the move towards Soul eager to create      there was no getting away from the fact the both previous bands had been born in the age of Rock n Roll. The groups biggest date was backing fast rising mod stars The Small Faces on Sunday March the 6th, 1966 night at Dereham’s Tavern Club. Less than a month after the concert the group, The Small Faces that is and not Sounds Reformed hit their highest position to date, putting their self penned Sha-La-La-La-Lee into the hit parade at #3. Further line-up changes insued and in September 1966 the group simply became known as Reformation               

 

Supports: The Hollies / The Move / Chris Farlowe & The Thunderbirds / Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames / Small Faces / The Action / Alan Price Set / Dean Ford & The Gaylords / Philip Goodhand Tait & The Stormsville Shakers / Billy J Kramer / Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mick & Tich / Mark Leeman Five

 

Discography:

Actd Let Your Conscience Be Your Guide b/w What Kind Of A Fool Do You Think I Am [ ]1966

 

The Bruntones / The Strollers <> Reformation