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Saturday, May 31, 2008

THE PLEASERS


THE PLEASERS (1977)


With their smart suits and ability to actually play their instruments The Pleasers were at the forefront of the new wave of guitar-based groups that swept through the Britain’s music industry in the late 70’ S. They wrote and performed great songs with superb harmonies, jangling guitars and pure sixties drum fills, and their live shows brought back the fashion for being surrounded by cool guys wearing thin ties and screaming mini skirted girls. As proud Londoners, the group described their sound as Thamesbeat but you might know it better by the name their music was given by press of the time: Powerpop.


01. (You keep on tellin' me) lies

02. I'm in love

03. Who are you?


in Wav. Covers are included

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yeah, The Pleasers were a good band who had some good catchy songs. Worth checking out.

Nice post Ratboy.(As always).

Gyro1966 said...

ratboy- this one os new to me, and I do dig it. Great stuff!

Anonymous said...

always post on PPC blog ...but good stuff !