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Wednesday, 10 May 2017

Wally Whyton

This one and the ones below all come from Johns record store so thanks again John !!
glad to see and hear vocalists that I am not familar with and not heard of !! so its broadening my musical tastes as well as I hope it is doing to some of the people that are looking in !!

This will be my last post for at least two weeks !!...I am off on holiday on Thurs to "Cyprus" to get some sun !!...so till I get back...Cheers Everybody !!!!....Luigi..




Wallace Victor "Wally" Whyton (23 September 1929 – 23 January 1997) was a British musician, songwriter and radio and TV personality.
Born in London, England, Whyton grew up listening to jazz, blues and folk music, and learned to play first the piano, then trombone, and finally guitar. In 1956, while working in advertising, he formed the Vipers Skiffle Group, which became the resident band at the 2i's Coffee Bar in Soho. After a number of hit records produced by George Martin, including Whyton's song "Don't You Rock Me Daddy-O", the group split up in 1960, and Whyton moved into television work.







10 When Winter Comes.mp3

2 comments:

espo said...

Enjoy !

RonH said...

Have a great holiday and safe back.