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Liverpool Set - Oh Gee Girl b/w Walking the Dog

Format: 45
Label: Columbia C4-43512
Year: 1966
Origin: England - Toronto, Ontario
Genre: garage, pop, mersey beat
Value of Original Title: $50.00
Make Inquiry/purchase: email ryder@robertwilliston.com
Release Type: Singles
Websites:  No
Playlist: Ontario, The Garage, 1960's


Side 1

Track Name
Oh Gee Girl

Side 2

Track Name
Walking the Dog


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Liverpool Set - Oh Gee Girl b/w Walking the Dog

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Oh Gee Girl b/w Walking the Dog


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Kent Daubney (of Newark, England) was formerly in the Mynah Birds with Rick James (nee Matthews) briefly for the rare single recording on Columbia called "The Mynah Birds Song" before leaving the band to co-form The Liverpool Set with Macfadyen. As their name suggests the first single "Must I Tell" was influenced by the British Invasion. The song took them into the Canadian Top-20 (peaking at #18). Macfadyen, Daubney and Douglas would form Waterfront Productions in the 1970s. Macfadyen would discover and produce Harlequin and worked with Joe Hall's Rancho Banano, while Douglas would go on to produce John Lennon, Aerosmith, Cheap Trick and The Trews among others. Daubney is currently owner of the Polar Bar ice cream parlour in Unionville, Ontario.

Dave Donnell: vocals
Lachlan Macfadyen: guitar
Jack Douglas: bass
Kent Daubney: drums
Evan Hunt: guitar
Garry Nelson: guitar
Shane Sennet: bass


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