The Fingers

The Fingers were one of the first acts to label themselves "psychedelic". Formed in the early sixties, they even took the stage with a monkey, called Freak Out, who they claimed produced psychotic smells.
Alan Beecham - Keyboards
Mo Witham - Lead guitar/backing vocals
Dave Grout - Rhythm guitar/backing vocals
Rick Mills - Lead vocals/rhythm guitar
John Bobin - Bass guitar/backing vocals
Bob Clouter - Drums
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none The Fingers - Wade In The Shade album art The Fingers Wade In The Shade(CDr, Album) Not On Label none UK 2013 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

The Fingers - I'll Take You Where the Music's Playing album art The Fingers I'll Take You Where the Music's Playing (Single) Columbia UK 1966 Sell This Version
The Fingers - I Go To Sleep album art The Fingers I Go To Sleep (Single) Polydor UK 1966 Sell This Version
The Fingers - All Kinds Of People album art The Fingers All Kinds Of People (Single) Columbia UK 1967 Sell This Version
MGF 1046 The Fingers - Goldfinger album art The Fingers Goldfinger(7") Melody MGF 1046 Greece Unknown Sell This Version


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February 26, 2013
I was interested to see the (incomplete) discography of The Fingers which was a band in which I played in the sixties. The Fingers also recorded under the name Daddy Lindberg. We were recently persuaded to reform for a one-off gig and the evening was recorded for posterity. Henry Scott-Irvine (the well known author, broadcast media consultant and radio presenter) was present at the reunion gig when The Fingers played together for the first time since 1967. Henry described the gig thus:
“The Fingers emerged in 1966 and recorded their best songs in the summer of 1967. With former members of Dr Feelgood, The Kursaal Flyers and Wilko Johnson’s Solid Senders, gathered alongside former associates of Procol Harum, The Fingers took to the stage on the night of September 21st 2012 in the shape of their original line-up. During the break several TV screens came to life showing The Fingers in May 1967 from the German TV series Beat Beat Beat, which was televised, live in Frankfurt. The pinnacle of the show was ‘Wade in the Shade’, which was the B-side of ‘Shirl’ undertaken by The Fingers’ alter-ego band Daddy Lindberg. I did say to their bass guitarist, John Bobin, that it was a shame they had not played ‘All Kinds Of People’ and its B-side ‘Circus With A Female Clown’, which are now regarded as psychedelic masterpieces by many, which brings us back to that particular tag ‘psychedelic’. Record Mirror newspaper said in 1966, ‘The Fingers are as about as psychedelic as Ken Dodd!’ Leaving aside the above two songs, the Daddy Lindberg single and the songs seen on Beat Beat Beat, Record Mirror probably had a point. The Fingers were a great 60’s Pop group. They were extremely versatile, then and now. And they had their psychedelic moments, too!” Our new CD "Wade in the Shade" is available from
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