OLIVERS - I SAW WHAT YOU DID/BEEKER STREET

OLIVERS - I SAW WHAT YOU DID/BEEKER STREET

7" (7" Single/EP)

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Label: BREAK-A-WAY

Release date: 28/05/2015

Barcode: 2090503775268

Catalog no.: BREAK0000029

Item ID: 377526

REPRESS! The Olivers from Fort Wayne, Indiana evolved out of the Serfmen, a popular local band with two rare 7-inches on their own Nemfres label. When the Serfmen signed with Indiana based agency Dino Enterprises in 1966, original member Greg Church left the band and was replaced by Billy Franze from another local group, The Unexpected. The band then moved in a British invasion direction, both for the music and outfits, and changed its name to The Olivers. The line-up at the time consisted of Jay Penndorf (guitar, vocals), Chuck Hamrick (drums), Carl Aldrich (keyboards, vocals) and Billy Franze (bass, vocals). The group's sole 7-inch release, 'I Saw What You Did' b/w 'Beeker Street', was released -including a picture sleeve- later that year on the local Phalanx Label. It got picked up by RCA Records for nationwide release and is rated today as one of the best and most exciting double sided major label garage 45s of the 1960s. This is a reissue of that single with its original front sleeve and a newly designed backcover feat a short band history and unseen pictures.

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