Wayne Gibson & The Dynamic Sounds

Wayne Gibson & The Dynamic Sounds

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Wayne Gibson & The Dynamic Sounds were the brain-child of Shel Talmy. The band were originally known as The Tornadoes and released at least 6 singles, of which 4 were rumoured to be Talmy productions. Of these only 'Kelly' (co-written by Del Shannon and another track to feature the talents of young Jimmy Page on guitar), made the charts, scraping in at No.48 in 1964. Despite being the regular backing band on the BBC Television program "Beat Room", the band split in 65 but not before releasing a version of “Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead” from “The Wizard Of Oz” as a single.
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[a1641966]

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Wayne Gibson & The Dynamic Sounds Discography Tracks

Singles & EPs

F.11713 Wayne Gibson & The Dynamic Sounds Beachcomber(7", Single) Decca F.11713 UK 1963 Sell This Version
7N.15680 Wayne Gibson With The Dynamic Sounds* Kelly(7", Single) Pye Records 7N.15680 UK 1964 Sell This Version
F.11800 Wayne Gibson And The Dynamic Sounds* Come On Let's Go / Pop The Whip(7", Single) Decca F.11800 UK 1964 Sell This Version
R5357 Wayne Gibson & The Dynamic Sounds DING DONG THE WITCH IS DEAD(7", Single, Mono) Parlophone, Parlophone R5357 UK 1965 Sell This Version
DB 7683 Wayne Gibson & The Dynamic Sounds One Little Smile / Baby, Baby, Baby Pity Me(7", Single) Columbia DB 7683 UK 1965 Sell This Version

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dogbender

dogbender

May 3, 2013
I was an original member of the Dynamic Sounds and the band, originaly called the Tornado's had been together since 1961 and was NOT the brainchild of Shel Talmy.

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