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The Eagles

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Bristol, UK-based band from the early sixties which originally consisted of: Rod Meecham (drums), Terry Clarke (lead guitar), Johnny Payne (rhythm guitar), Mike Brice (bass guitar). See more trivia »

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Known For

Nothing But the Best
(1964)
Some People
Some People Soundtrack
(1962)
Thank Your Lucky Stars
(1963)
The 6:25 Show
The 6:25 Show Themselves - Performers
(1963)

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 1962 Some People (performer: "Some People", "Johnny's Tune", "Bristol Express")
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 1968 All Systems Freeman (TV Series)
Themselves
- Episode #1.5 (1968) ... Themselves
 1964 Nothing But the Best
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 1963 Thank Your Lucky Stars (TV Series)
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- Episode #5.2 (1963) ... Themselves
 1963 The 6:25 Show (TV Series)
Themselves - Performers
- Episode #1.1 (1963) ... Themselves - Performers
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Trivia:

While Ron Grainer worked on the score for the feature film, Some People (1962), he encountered this instrumental group, which hailed from Bristol, where the film was being shot. If not actually Grainer discoveries, they were certainly his protégées. They were managed by his wife, Margot, and, eventually, re-recorded a plethora of Grainer originals and, at one time, even shared the Grainers' ... See more »

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