A is for the Artwoods - Down In The Valley (Solomon Burke) a band named after Ron Wood's brother and the band leader, Arthur.
B is for Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas - Do You Want To Know A Secret (Beatles) who was signed by Beatles manager, Brian Epstein, and had three hits with Lennon - McCartney songs.
C is for Chad and Jeremy - Mr. Tambourine Man (Dylan) who were English folk singers who appeaared on the sitcom Dick Van Dyke Show that satirized Beatlemania.
D is for David Bowie - Here Comes the Night (Them) born David Jones, but changed his name to avoid confusion with Davy Jones of The Monkees.
E is for Episode 6 - Here There and Everywhere (The Beatles) the band that Ian Gillan and Roger Glover left in 1969 to join Deep Purple.
F is for Fleetwood Mac - I Believe My Time Ain't Long (Elmore James) founded by Peter Green, the name combed the surnames of two bandmates, Mick Fleetwood, McVie and John McVie.
G is for Gerry and the Pacemakers - Slow Down (Larry Williams/Beatles) were the first Mersey Beat act to reach number one in the UK Singles Chart.
H is for the Hollies - A Taste Of Honey (Lenny Welch / The Beatles) the English rock group known for their pioneering and distinctive three part vocal harmony style.
I is for Immediate Records - Twice As Much -Sittin' On A Fence (R. Stones) founded by Rolling Stones manager, Loog Oldham, to showcase the London blues and R&B scene.
J is for John Mayall - Hideaway (Freddie King) whose band gave a start to Eric Clapton, Peter Green, Jack Bruce, John McVie, Mick Fleetwood, Mick Taylor, Andy Fraser, and others.
K is for the Kinks - Got Love If You Want It (Slim Harpo) their loud, distorted guitar riff was achieved by slicing the speaker cone of Dave Davis' Elpico amplifier.
L is for Larry Williams - Slow Down (Covered by The Beatles) New Orleans musician whose songs were covered by The Rolling Stones, The Animals, Alvin Lee, Blodwyn Pig, Episode Six, Gerry & The Pacemakers, and The Beatles.
M is for the Mersey Beats - Mister Moonlight (The Beatles) are a band from the Liverpool scene in the early 1960s who played The Cavern Club along with The Beatles and still perform today.
N is for the Neatbeats - She Said Yeah - (Animals / Rolling Stones) who prove the Mersey beat is international, since they're from Japan.
O is for the Overlanders - Michelle (The Beatles) an English folk band whose only hit was this cover tune.
P is for the Pretty Things - Don't Bring Me Down (covered by David Bowie) formed in 1963, they took their name from Bo Diddley's 1955 song "Pretty Thing".
Q is for Quarry Men - That'll Be The Day (Buddy Holly) the early skiffle band that evolved into The Beatles.
R is for the Rolling Stones - I Wanna Be Your Man (The Beatles) the bad boys of the British invasion, you can still see Mick shake his hips in concert today.
S is for the Strangeloves - Satisfaction (Rolling Stones) were a fictional band created in 1964 by a New York-based American songwriting production team cashing in on the Mod mania.
T is for Tribute's and Cover Tunes - Taxman (The Beatles) by Catfish Haven if it weren't for these, this podcast would be really quiet.
U is for the Underground Electrics - Hey Jude(The Beatles) a group of Nashville studio musicians who will remain nameless.
V is for Voormann (Klaus) - My Sweet Lord (George Harrison) who designed the iconic Revolver album cover in addition to playing bass with the band, Manfred Mann.
W is for the Who - Under My Thumb (Rolling Stones) who? The Who!
Y is for the Yardbirds- Hang On Sloopy (McCoys) who had a hand in electric guitar innovations of the 1960s, such as feedback and "fuzztone" distortion and spawned the band, Led Zeppelin.
Z is for the Zombies -You've Really Got A Hold On Me (The Beatles),Bring It On Home To Me (Animals) the second band from England to have a number 1 hit in America and they made their U.S. debut on Hullabaloo.
X is for this eXtra special cover tune by Ringo Starr's All Star Band - Norwegian Wood (The Beatles) with Peter Frampton.
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