Freddy Hampton

Freddy Hampton

Queensland born Freddy Hampton, ex cane-cutter, had first single in 1965, “I’m Plannin’ Keepin’ You” on the W&G label.
Then in 1967 with “Felena Malone” on the Spin label.
Freddy also had a group called Freddy Hampton’s Big Roll Movement which had band member Fred Payne who worked with Livi Smith’s Clefs.
Freddy's 1970-71 Gamba release, “Let There Be Peace” got to #74 nationally.
Not long after this hit, Freddy joined with Shirley Smith to form the duo Freddy Hampton and Trik, they had two singles.
Their memorable single “Hooch” was #73 nationally in 1971.
Freddy then had another hit as Freddy Hampton and Paint: “Keep On Groovin’” in 1972 which was his last chart outing.
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Freddy Hampton Discography

Singles & EPs

144 Freddy Hampton Kill My Loneliness / I'm Plannin' Keepin' You(7", Single) Fabor 144 US 1965 Sell This Version
145 Freddy Hampton Press Me A Rose / Read Them On A Rainy Day(7", Single) Fabor 145 US 1966 Sell This Version
GA7 Freddy Hampton Let There Be Peace(7") Gamba GA7 Australia 1971 Sell This Version
GA10 Freddy Hampton & Trik (4) Freddy Hampton & Trik (4) - Hooch(7", Single) Gamba GA10 Australia 1971 Sell This Version
IR 1076 Freddy Hampton Hooch(7", Single) Impact (3) IR 1076 New Zealand 1972 Sell This Version
EK-1988 Freddy Hampton Felena Malone(7", Single) Spin (7) EK-1988 Australia Unknown Sell This Version