8 thoughts on “ Sometimes - The Rockin Berries - Sometimes / Needs To Be (Vinyl)

  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Rockin' Berries - Sometimes at Discogs. Complete your The Rockin' Berries collection.
  2. 7" Single on 45cat: The Rockin' Berries - Sometimes / Needs To Be - Piccadilly - UK - 7N
  3. History. The Rockin' Berries were originally formed as a beat group at Turves Green School in Birmingham in the late s by guitarist Brian "Chuck" Botfield, and were so named because they played several Chuck Berry songs in their set. An early keyboard player with the group was Christine Perfect, later Christine McVie of Fleetwood pocelomodgocarlafararetriaprep.co another band was formed locally, by singer Genres: Beat, Pop, rock, comedy, novelty song.
  4. Sometimes, a song by The Rockin' Berries on Spotify. Listen to The Rockin' Berries in full in the Spotify app. Play on Spotify To play this content, you'll need the Spotify app. Get Spotify Open Spotify You look like someone who appreciates good music. Listen to all your favourite artists on any device for free or try the Premium trial.
  5. I Need You: The Laughing Policeman: My Little Red Book: I Could Make You Fall In Love: Land Of Love: Midnight Mary: Money Grows On Trees: Sometimes: Needs To Be: Smile: Breakfast At Sam's: Dawn (Go Away) She's Not Like Any Girl: When I Reach The Top: Pain: Mr. Blue: Yellow Rainbow: Miss Fortune: Oh Gosh: Joe Barla: Goodnight.
  6. "Pop go The Rockin' Berries - the hits and the best of the rest" and "The Rockin' Berries go Nuts" a pop album and a comedy album. If I was making that split only about 30 of the 58 tracks on this double CD would make the cut, some of the lesser material on here is pretty poor and derivative and deserves to be left in the vaults/5(35).
  7. The Rockin' Berries' versatility, though a boon to their live work in enabling them to play more mainstream theaters and cabarets than some British Invasion acts, worked against them on record. They would frequently insert comic routines into their live shows, and their second album, Life Is Just a Bowl of Berries, was half-occupied by terrible.
  8. Other tracks like 'All Of Me' also feature his fast and fluid playing style which seemed quite advanced and sometimes contrasting strongly with the type of material that the Berries were recording at the time. The Rockin' Berries cover of The Reflections 'Poor Man's Son' is a great track and worthy of its Number 5 chart position. Chuck Botfield.

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