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Ivy League
United Kingdom

Years: 1964 - 1975
Styles: Beat, Pop Rock

Founder

John Carter - Guitar, Vocals (in band: 1964 - 1966)
Ken Lewis - Guitar, Organ, Vocals (in band: 1964 - 1966)
Perry Ford - Piano, Vocals (in band: 1964 - 1975)

Members

Robert Young - Vocals
Dave Winters - Bass Guitar (in band: 1964 - Jan 1966)
Clem Cattini - Drums (in band: 1964 - Jan 1966; 1967)
Mickey Keene - Lead guitar (in band: 1964 - Jan 1966; 1967)
Mick O'Nell - Organ, Piano (in band: 1964 - Oct 1965)
Tony Burrows - Vocals (in band: 1966 - 1967)
Dave McDonald - Bass Guitar (in band: 1967 - 1974)
Roger Hall - Drums (in band: 1967 - 1974)
Bill Clarke - Bass Guitar (in band: 1967 - 1975)
Neil Landon - Guitar, Vocals (in band: Jun 1966 - 1967)
Alvin Lee - Lead guitar (in band: Jun 1966 - Nov 1966)
Leo Lyon - Bass Guitar (in band: Jun 1966 - Nov 1966)
Chick Churchill - Keyboards (in band: Jun 1966 - Nov 1966)
Ric Lee - Drums (in band: Jun 1966 - Now 1966)

Biography

RockBoar.com Picture     60's British pop trio The Ivy League consisted of members John Carter, Ken Lewis (previous members of Carter-Lewis and the Southerners), and Perry Ford. All three members were session singers who possessed high-pitched singing voices, forming the group in 1964.

    Although an initial single "What More Do You Want" quickly disappeared from sight, their second single, "Funny How Love Can Be," turned out to be a surprise U.K. Top Ten hit. Further hits followed, including "That's Why I'm Crying" and a cover of "Tossing And Turning," the latter of which hit number three on the U.K. charts.

     The original trio managed to only release a single full-length album, 1965's "This Is the Ivy League", before both Carter and Lewis left the group a year later. With replacement members Tony Burrows and Neil Landon taking the recently departed original members' places. They scored another minor hit, "Willow Tree," before changing their name to The Flowerpot Men.


Source: http://www.last.fm/music/The+Ivy+League/+wiki


Albums

This Is The Ivy League (1965)

Singles & EPs

What More Do You Want (Sep 18, 1964)
Funny How Love Can Be (Jan, 1965)
Funny How Love Can Be (Mar, 1965)
That's Why I'm Crying (Apr 9, 1965)
Tossing And Turning (Jun, 1965)
Tossing And Turning (Aug, 1965)
Our Love Is Slipping Away (Oct 8, 1965)
The Holly And The Ivy League (Dec, 1965)
Running Round In Circles (Feb 25, 1966)
Our Love Is Slipping Away (Oct, 1966)
Willow Tree (Jun, 1966)
My World Fell Down (Oct 14, 1966)
Four And Twenty Hours (Feb 3, 1967)
Suddenly Things (Jul 21, 1967)
Thank You For Loving Me (Oct 13, 1967)
Funny How Love Can Be (Nov 17, 1972)
Double Hits (Apr 27, 1979)

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