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the jaywalkers
« on: April 02, 2009, 07:33:57 PM »

peter jay and the jay walkers were a perdomonimately instrumental band....peter jay and the jaywalkers is what they are mostly called but b4 that it was just the jay walkers..
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the beatles played on tour with them in 63...

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i find very little about them online...a slight reference on bills site,some on a bob wooler interview....they were a tight band as you can hear..

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i came across them but only started research because of the joe meek connection..

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i stumbled on the beatles connection,i never look for that because i know it's always there  ;D
there were different front names but basically the same band in some cases a band members name was used but i think peter jay was the leader...pete miller  aka big boy pete was in the band,terry reid joined later,,,wait heres a pasted line up..
Peter Miller - lead guitar


Tony Webster - rhythm guitar
Mac McIntyre - tenor saxophone/flute
Lloyd Baker - baritone saxophone/piano
Johnny Larks - bass guitar
Peter Jay - drums


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http://www.geocities.com/SunsetStrip/Villa/9500/jaypeter.htm
more as i learn lol
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Re: the jaywalkers
« Reply #1 on: April 02, 2009, 07:44:14 PM »

performance at the Palais Ballroom in Aldershot with Ivor Jay and the Jaywalkers as reported by bill harry. ...called Dale Roberts and the Jaywalkers by mitry and bill both,Dale Roberts and the jaywalkers play bluegene guest night at the cavern with the remo 4 and the beatles......

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Re: the jaywalkers
« Reply #2 on: April 04, 2009, 02:16:47 AM »

Not bad stuff. Thanks.

Were the DC5 the only English Invasion band with a horn player that took off in the US?

I think we American adolescents had a problem with horns.

I wonder what Terry is up to these days.
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Re: the jaywalkers
« Reply #3 on: April 04, 2009, 01:25:46 PM »

the horn seems to me liked it belonged in rock and roll...i love me some sax....maybe american music was horny enough without horns...... ;D
it seems that in the early sixties the horn was a passing fad...so the dc5 seemed to be behind the times...holding on to the past so to speak...
off the top of my head i can't recall another band having sax but i will make that my quest for today...thanks ligger..
 

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