The Belairs

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American surf rock band from South Bay, Los Angeles, formed by Paul Johnson. Mostly known for the 1962 song "Mr. Moto".
Original members: Paul Johnson (guitar), Eddie Bertrand (guitar), Dick Dodd replaced by Richard Delvy (drums), Chas Stuart (sax) and Jim Roberts (piano).
After the group split, Chaz Stuart formed a new group, The Bel-Aires (5); Eddie Bertrand formed Eddie & The Showmen; Paul Johnson became a session guitarist and worked with The Good Guys (5), The Super Stocks and The Surfriders (3); Richard Delvy and Jim Roberts formed the nucleus of The Challengers.
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Albums

The Belairs - Volcanic Action! album art The Belairs Volcanic Action! (Album) Sundazed, Best (11) US 2001 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

The Belairs - Mr. Moto / Little Brown Jug album art The Bel Airs* Mr. Moto / Little Brown Jug Arvee US 1962 Sell This Version
The Belairs - Volcanic Action album art The Bel Airs* Volcanic Action (Single) Arvee US 1962 Sell This Version
TRI-54 The Belairs - Kami-Kaze / Vampire album art Bel-Airs* Kami-Kaze / Vampire(7", Single) Triumph Records (9) TRI-54 US 1962 Sell This Version

Compilations

The Belairs - The Origins Of Surf Music 1960-1963 album art The Belairs The Origins Of Surf Music 1960-1963 (Comp) Iloki Records US 1987 Sell This Version

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