The George Mitchell Minstrels. Don Gibson. George Morgan. Doug Fowlkes and "The Airdales". Tony Orlando. Richard Dyer-Bennet. Roy Orbison. The Searchers. John Leyton with Accompaniment directed by Alan Tew. Billy J. Kramer with The Dakotas. Cliff Bennett and The Rebel Rousers.
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Billy J. He is known today primarily as the singer of various Lennon-McCartney compositions that The Beatles did not use. The performing name Kramer was chosen at random from a telephone directory. It was John Lennon's suggestion that the "J" be added to the name to further distinguish him by adding a 'tougher edge'.
Billy soon came to the attention of Brian Epstein, ever on the look-out for new talent to add to his expanding roster … read more. Forgive Me. It's Gotta Last Forever. We're Doing Fine. Horace Ott. I Call Your Name. Second to None. Beautiful Dreamer. Stephen Foster. The Cruel Sea. For this later version, John duets with himself by overdubbing a second lead vocal. The group had performed the song ever since when it had erupted in the UK on a record by Little Richard.
When I started Top Gear, I tried very hard to do that. For this BBC performance, George played his solo on electric guitar rather than the nylon-strung acoustic used for the record. Joined Together. In this era, it was the most exciting record show on the air in the UK. This early song of Paul's was at least four years old by the time it was revisited for Beatles For Sale. It was featured, along with three others from that album, during their second appearance on the late-night show Top Gear presented by Brian Matthew.
In addition to broadcasting to the UK, Brian Matthew introduced a programme produced by the BBC for distribution to international radio stations. This interview was recorded exclusively for that weekly show called Top Of The Pops.