Various Artist - Beat Beat Beat - 1966 Vol.1 (Bootleg)

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The British Invasion was an influx of rock and roll, beat and pop performers from the United Kingdom (mostly England) who became popular in the United States, Australia, Canada and elsewhere. The classic British Invasion period was 1964 to 1967, but the term may also be applied to later "waves" of UK artists that had significant impact on entertainment markets outside of Britain.

A musical movement of the mid-1960s, the British Invasion was composed of British rock-and-roll and beat groups whose popularity spread rapidly to the rest of the English-speaking world, especially the United States, which, from the beginnings of rock-and-roll music in the early 1950s, had nearly a monopoly on the genre.

Though generally not credited with starting the "Invasion", Dusty Springfield was one of the first British artists to have significant success in the U.S., with her hit single "I Only Want To Be With You", released in November 1963. She appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show in early 1964 singing the popular hit, and continued to have several U.S. hits through the rest of the decade. For a list of songs by British artists which reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, click here.

However, The Beatles' triumphant arrival in New York on February 7, 1964, is widely credited with truly throwing open America's doors to a wealth of British musical talent, and officially beginning what would come to be called—with historical condescension by the willingly reconquered colony—the second British Invasion. Like their transatlantic counterparts in the 1950s, British youth heard their future in the frantic beats and suggestive lyrics of American rock and roll, but initial attempts to replicate it failed, as enthusiasts lacked the indigenous basic ingredients of rock and roll, rhythm and blues and country music. The only sign of life was in the skiffle craze of the 1950s, spearheaded by Scottish-born Lonnie Donegan. Skiffle groups (like The Quarrymen, first forerunner of the Beatles) were acoustic guitar, tea-chest bass and banjo ensembles, similar to jug bands, but unlike jug bands, they mainly had drummers. They most often sang traditional American folk songs, frequently with more spirit than instrumental polish, although early British skiffle was played by highly skilled Trad jazz musicians.

By 1962, encouraged by the anyone-can-play populism of skiffle and self-schooled in the music of Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley, Little Richard, Eddie Cochran, Buddy Holly, James Brown, and Muddy Waters, some British teens developed a real feel for the rock-and-roll and American blues idioms. Blending that with such local traditions as music hall, pop, and Celtic folk, they formulated original music they could claim, play, and sing with conviction. Young groups with electric guitars began performing and writing up-tempo melodic pop, fiery rock and roll, and Chicago-style electric blues. The rebellious tone and image of American rock and roll and blues musicians also deeply resonated with British youth in the late 1950s, influencing all the British Invasion artists.

Liverpool became the first hotbed of the so-called "beat boom." As Britain's major Atlantic seaport, Liverpool merchant seamen often sailed to the U.S. and returned with the latest American rock-and-roll hits, often before they were made widely available in Britain. With The Beatles, other exuberant male quartets such as The Searchers, The Fourmost, and Gerry and the Pacemakers, plus the quintet Billy J. Kramer and The Dakotas launched Merseybeat, so named for the estuary of the River Mersey that runs alongside Liverpool. The Beatles first reached the British record charts in late 1962 (shortly after The Tornados' "Telstar", an instrumental smash that sent word of what was in store by becoming the first British record by a group to top the American singles chart); the rest joined the hit parade in 1963. Not all acts prominent in Britain by the early 1960s necessarily managed to develop a profile in the U.S. Cliff Richard, who remains popular in Britain and active today, has only rarely had chart successes in America.

Rock swept Britain. By 1964, Greater London could claim The Rolling Stones, The Yardbirds, The Who, The Kinks, The Pretty Things, Dusty Springfield, The Dave Clark Five, Peter and Gordon, Chad and Jeremy, John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers, and Manfred Mann. Manchester had The Hollies, Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders, Freddie and the Dreamers, Davy Jones of The Monkees, and Herman's Hermits; Newcastle was home to The Animals; and Birmingham had The Spencer Davis Group (featuring Steve Winwood) and The Moody Blues. Bands sprang up from Belfast (Them, with frontman Van Morrison) to St Albans (The Zombies), with more inventive artists arriving to keep the syles moving forward, including The Small Faces, The Move, The Creation, The Troggs, Donovan, and John's Children. While the beat boom provided Britons relief from the postimperial humiliation of hand-me-down rock, the Beatles and their ilk brought the United States more than credible simulations. They arrived as foreign ambassadors, with distinctive accents (in conversation only; American and British singers sounded generally similar), slang, fashions, and personalities. The Beatles' first film, A Hard Day's Night (1964), further painted England as the center of the (rock) universe. American media took the bait and made Carnaby Street, London's trendy fashion center in the mid-1960s, a household name.

From 1964 to 1966 the United Kingdom sent a stream of hits across the Atlantic. Behind the conquering Beatles, Peter and Gordon ("A World Without Love"), the Animals ("House of the Rising Sun"), Manfred Mann ("Do Wah Diddy Diddy"), Petula Clark ("Downtown"), Freddie and the Dreamers ("I'm Telling You Now"), Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders ("Game of Love"), Herman's Hermits ("Mrs. Brown You've Got a Lovely Daughter"), the Rolling Stones ("I Can't Get No Satisfaction" and others), the Troggs ("Wild Thing"), and Donovan's ("Sunshine Superman") all topped Billboard's singles chart.

More than a decade following the first invasion, the largely English based punk movement of the late 1970s, resulted in a fresh influx of raw, iconoclastic British bands and artists, such as Sex Pistols, The Clash, and Elvis Costello and the Attractions. While punk had a lasting influence on the US popular music scene, it never broke through in the US at the time to the same extent as in the UK. However the various cultural sources that punk and new wave took their inspirations from, especially cinema and television, would stand them and subsequent acts in good stead in the next decade.

Let's Have A Party The Unreleased "Beat - Beat - Beat. American Forces Headquarter, Golden Room, Terrace Club, Frankfurt am Main, Germany    
first aired 1966.

01. The Koobas - Rollin' Stone      
02. The Koobas - Somewhere In The Night      
03. Cherry Wainer & Don Storer - Unidentfied Title      
04. The Koobas - You Don't Love Me
05. The Koobas - Unidentfied Title      
06. The Koobas - Stubborn Kind Of Fellow      
07. Kenny Lynch - I'll Stay By You      
08. Kenny Lynch - Get Out Of My Way      
09. Cherry Wainer & Don Storer - Walk On The Wild Side      
10. The Kinks - A Well Respected Man       
11. The Kinks - Milk Cow Blues      
12. Cherry Wainer & Don Storer - Unidentified Title      
13. The Kinks - Till The End Of The Day       
14. The Kinks - I'm A Lover Not A Fighter       
15. The Kinks - You Really Got Me       
16. Casey Jones & The Governors - Dizzy Miss Lizzy      
17. Casey Jones & The Governors - Don't Ha Ha      
18. Cherry Wainer & Don Storer - Peter Gunn      
19. Casey Jones & The Governors - Yesterday Man      
20. Casey Jones & The Governors - Don't You Know Yockomo      
21. Cherry Wainer & Don Storer - Cleo's Beat      
22. The Sorrows - You've Got What I Want      
23. The Sorrows - No, No, No, No      
24. Cherry Wainer & Don Storer feat. Jack Hammer - Granada     
25. The Sorrows - Take A Heart      
26. The Sorrows - Let Me In      
27. Cherry Wainer & Don Storer

01. The Kentuckies - Saturday Night      
02. The Kentuckies - Hi-Heel Sneakers      
03. Cherry Wainer & Don Storer feat. Jack Hammer - Go Get Him Girl      
04. The Kentuckies - Unidentified Title      
05. The Kentuckies - Uncle Willy          
06. Johnny B. Great & The Quotations feat. Beryl Marsden - Everything's Gonna Be Allright     
07. Johnny B. Great & The Quotations - In The Midnight Hour      
08. Johnny B. Great & The Quotations feat. Beryl Marsden - I Know (You Don't Love Me No More) 
09. Johnny B. Great & The Quotations feat. Beryl Marsden - Strong Love      
10. Cherry Wainer & Don Storer - Organ Grinder's Swing/Melody      
11. Gene Williams & The Echo Sound - What's New Pussycat?      
12. Gene Williams & The Echo Sound - Under The Boardwalk      
13. Cherry Wainer & Don Storer - Love For Sale      
14. The Rainbows - Kommando Pimperle      
15. The Rainbows - Louie, Louie      
16. The Rainbows - Bald Headed Woman      
17. The Rainbows - My Baby Baby Balla Balla  
18. Sten & Stanley - Girl, Those Where The Good Old Days      
19. Sten & Stanley - Nur Der Silbermond (in Swedish & German languages)      
20. Tawney Reed - Needle In A Haystack      
21. Sten & Stanley - Wiggy Woggy      
22. Tawney Reed - I've Got A Feeling      
23. Freddie & The Dreamers - Run For Your Life      
24. Freddie & The Dreamers - You Were Made For Me      
25. Pete Lancaster - Baby Baby Baby      
26. Freddie & The Dreamers - I'm Telling You Now      
27. Freddie & The Dreamers - If You've Got A Minute, Baby      
28. Pete Lancaster - Stupidity      
29. The Searchers - Love Potion No. 9      
30. The Searchers - Sweets For My Sweet      
31. The Searchers - C.C. Rider       
32. The Searchers - Jenny Take A Ride

01. The Rattles - La La La  
02. The Rattles - Come On And Sing
03. Lee Curtis - Nobody But You
04. The Rattles - (Stopping In) Las Vegas
05. The Rattles - Sha-La-La-La-Lee
06. Lee Curtis - Little Egypt
07. The Sounds Incorporated - It Sounds Like Movin'
08. The Sounds Incorporated - William Tell Overture
09. The Sounds Incorporated - Sounds Like Locomotion
10. Helen Shapiro - It Might As Well Rain Until September
11. The Overlanders - Michelle
12. Helen Shapiro - My Guy
13. The Overlanders - Along Came Jones
14. The Overlanders - The Girl From New York City
15. The Mindbenders - Land Of 1000 Dances 
16. The Mindbenders - In The Midnight Hour 
17. The Mindbenders - C.C. Rider
18. The Mindbenders - A Groovy Kind Of Love
19. Dave Berry - Now
20. The Mindbenders - Don't Cry No More
21. Cherry Wainer & Don Storer - A Taste Of Honey
22. Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich - You Make It Move
23. Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich - Why Do Fools Fall In Love?
24. Dave Berry - Little Things
25. Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich - Hideaway
26. Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich - Hold Tight
27. Cherry Wainer & Don Storer - What Now, My Love?
28. The Spencer Davis Group (feat. Steve Winwood) - Somebody Help Me
29. The Spencer Davis Group (feat. Steve Winwood) - Baby Don't You Do That Thing To Me
30. Cherry Wainer & Don Storer - Green Onions
31. The Spencer Davis Group (feat. Steve Winwood) - Please Do Something
32. The Spencer Davis Group (feat. Steve Winwood) - Keep On Running

01. The Shapes - Where Have All The Good Times Gone?
02. The Shapes - Pretty Flamingo
03. Adam & Eve - Adam & Eve
04. The Creation - I'm A Man
05. The Creation - That's How Strong My Love Is
06. Adam & Eve - They Can Look At Us (And Laugh)
07. The Creation - Making Time
08. Barry Monroe - Baby, Think Before You Act
09. The Koobas - Shake
10. The Koobas - Take Me For A Little While
11. Peter & Gordon - To Show I Love You
12. The Koobas - You'd Better Make Up Your Mind
13. The Koobas - You Don't Love Me
14. Peter & Gordon - Homeward Bound
15. Peter & Gordon - Woman

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