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Meet The Searchers
Meet The Searchers is a 1963 album by British rock band The Searchers. The album featured their first single released in June 1963, a version of the Drifters'
The Searchers (band)
Meet The Searchers 1963 – Sugar and Spice 1964 – Hear Hear! (U.S.) 1964 – It's The Searchers 1964 – This Is Us (U.S.) 1965 – Sounds Like Searchers (U
The Searchers discography
(UK #4) 1964 – This Is Us (U.S.) 1965 – Sounds Like Searchers (UK #8) 1964/1965 – The New Searchers LP (Chris, John, Mike, & Frank) 1965 – Smash Hits 1965
Sugar and Spice (The Searchers album)
British rock band, The Searchers. This album features the band's second single released, "Sugar and Spice", the title track. The Searchers Chris Curtis John
Meet the Beatles!
Meet the Beatles! is the second Beatles album released in the United States. It was the first US Beatles album to be issued by Capitol Records, on 20
Farmer John (song)
In August 1963, the Searchers featured "Farmer John" on their debut album Meet the Searchers. The album peaked at number two on the UK Album Charts.
Little Fockers
(known as Meet the Parents 3: Little Fockers in the United Kingdom and Southeast Asia) is a 2010 American comedy film and sequel to Meet the Parents (2000)
Love Potion No. 9 (song)
originally performed by the Clovers, who took it to number 23 on the US as well as R&B charts that year. The song was recorded by The Searchers in 1964. Their
Some Other Guy
on Sugar and Spice, and "Tricky Dicky" is on Meet the Searchers. The Stray Cats, a fictional band in the 1974 rock film Stardust starring David Essex
Where Have All the Flowers Gone?
bloemen toch?", released 1963. The Searchers released their version on the album Meet The Searchers, released June 1963. The Springfields featuring Dusty