Eyes Of Blue


The Eyes Of Blue evolved during the mid-sixties from covers and R&B band The Mustangs, based in Neath, Wales, UK.
The early line-up consisted of Wyndham Rees (Vocals), Ray Williams (Guitar), Ritchie Francis (Bass), Melvyn Davies (Guitar) and David Thomas (Drums). Thomas had replaced Byron Phillips in October 1964 a month before the change of name, and before too long Melvyn Davies also decided to leave, reducing the Eyes to a four-piece. Starting out as a soul-based R&B band the Eyes quickly established a strong reputation in the South Wales music scene. In Early in 1966 drummer Thomas was off and away, and John Weathers was drafted in as a temporary replacement. From another Neath based band - the Smokestacks - came keyboard player Phil Ryan, and vocalist Gary Pickford-Hopkins.
L. Glas, short for Lygaid Glas, Eyes of Blue in Welsh, was used as writing credits on Apache '69.

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Aliases:Big Sleep (2), The Imposters (3)
Members:Gary Pickford-Hopkins, John Weathers, Phil Ryan, Raymond Williams, Ritchie Francis, Wyndham Rees
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