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Then played around 5 or 6 days a week all over the UK.

The band played mostly cover versions of older songs and gave it a rocky drive.

He had retrieved Eddie's undamaged Gretsch guitar and had even taken it home 'to care for it' before it could be returned to Eddie's family.

By the following year Dave Harman had formed his own group which became known as 'Dave Dee And The Bostons'.

However, they distinguished themselves with a new 'sound' and a string of singles chart successes followed almost until the end of the decade.

Shortly after the release of their final chart entry as a five-piece, Dave Dee split from his friends.

They all gave up apprenticeships, except Alan Bingham who didn't want to take that chance with his engineering work.

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