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The Pack were a band who were not so much obscure but temporary.
They appear to have released one solitary single on Columbia in 1965 – a version of The Lovin Spoonful’s debut “Do You Believe In Magic”?
You can judge the potential of the group for yourselves when they perform in the Tuesday, December 13th edition of Ted Ray's new T. Incidentally, the "other" Spectres that hailed from London mentioned in the above report? The remarkable success story is that of 24-year-old Peter Gibbs, who used to live at 6 Sunnybank Road, Bridgwater, where his parents still reside.
They left Picadilly Records, signed to Pye and in 1967 changed their name to Status Quo. A former member of The Pressmen - one of Bridgwater's original beat groups - has become a a famous pop artiste on the Continent and cut his first British single with E. He went to London five years ago to pursue a career as a professional in the world of pop music.
” Mickie Most will again produce this, and has great faith in the number he has found for the group.
It’s an American song called “Searching For Some Place”The Spectres, quite possibly the last band EVER to play The Top Twenty, were formed in 1962 by 5 guys from the Bath OPB Youth club.
The co-writer of “Shakin All Over”, was talked into joining the band in 1964 and eventually took over as the group's manager.“Do You Believe In Magic? It didn’t shatter the charts, but made enough impression to get the group’s name known.
"Well, it is a bit of an embarrassment and it can be a handicap" They enjoy playing Tamla Motown music, but their sound balance at the club was decidely cloudy. Due no doubt to financial constraints, a series of semi-pro bands like The Spectres were responsible for seeing out the last few months of it's existence and what had been such a vibrant local scene was now gone.The second single, "Gingerbread Man" sold well by comparison, particularly on the continent, and it's sales earned them a stint in Germany that culminated in an appearance on the popular TV program "Beat Club".Unfortunately it was 6 months into this tour that the group broke up due to undisclosed "contractual" problems, causing an absence from the music scene that lasted some 25 years before they re-united in 1992.His rise to international fame began about two years ago when he adopted the stage name Lee Grant and formed his own unit, billing the group as Lee Grant & The Capitols.They gained valuable experience, working most of the London clubs.