Throughout the decade, he was backed by various bands: The New Premiers, The Purple Hearts and "The Wickeds", renamed "The Winston G Set"...
In late 1967, The Winston G Set transformed itself into Fox dabbled with psychedelic rock, and with a new bass player called Chris Jones (not related to the Brummie lead guitarist with The Chucks and The Way Of Life). Bobby Graham produced their release "Bye Bye Baby", issued on Decca towards the end of the year. Their stage act caused some raised eyebrows up and down the country. Their schedule took them on a tour of Europe, particurlarly in Germany where they became very popular.
Winston G. Discography Tracks
Singles & EPs
|Winston G.||Please Don't Say / Like A Baby (Single)||Parlophone||UK||1965||Sell This Version|
|Winston G.||Cloud Nine (Single)||Decca||UK||1966||Sell This Version|
|Winston G*||Mother Ferguson's Love Dust (Single)||Decca||UK||1967||Sell This Version|
|Winston G.||Riding With The Milkman / Bye Bye Baby (Single)||Decca||UK||1967||Sell This Version|