The Staccatos

Louis Lawrence wrote:

I wonder if you have information on The Staccatos from 1971 onwards (The lead singer at the time (Steve Lonsdale) left the band in 1971. Do you know who was (or were) the followup lead singer(s). How long did the group then stay active? (or are they still?) Did they realease any more albums?

The Staccatos entry at The SA Rock Encyclopedia

20 NUGGETS PRODUCED BY BILLY FORREST – Vol 1

20 Nuggets produced by Billy Forrest.

A playlist by Tertius Louw

1. Mel, Mel and Julian – 500 Miles from the CBS single, SSC 552, 1965

2. Quentin E Klopjaeger – Melody Fayre from the Trutone single TOS 528, 1969

3. William E – Papa’s Gonna Kiss It Better from the IRC single ICS 819, 1971

4. Dennis – Joey The Lipstick Collector from the IRC single ICS 805, 1971

5. Harvest – Welcome Home from the Polydor single PS 495, 1977

6. McCully Workshop – Why Can’t It Rain from the Trutone single TOS 672, 1970

7. Rising Sons – Hey Diddle Diddle from the Trutone single TOS 566, 1969

8. Omega Ltd – Grieg One from the Polydor single PS 121, 1970

9. Third Eye – Valley Of Sadness from the Polydor single PS 13, 1969

10. Dream Merchants – I’m Gonna Love You from the Polydor single PS 60, 1969

11. The Staccatos – Cinnamon Girl from the RTS single RTS 29, 1973

12. Sharon Tandy – Bang Bang from the WEA single WIS 547, 1981

13. Invaders – What’s Wrong With You from the Rave single RC 102, 1970

14. Browne – Riding On A red Bus from Polydor single PS 114, 1970

15. Wanda Arletti – Turn Me On from the Cherry single CS 1004, 1978

16. Steve Lonsdale – Hotel California from the Aztec single ACS 15, 1977

17. Sounds Reason – Glide Greatly from the Continental single PD 9619, 1970

18. The Dominoes – Keep It In The Family from the RPM single RPM 375, 1972

19. The Bats – Hold Your Head Up from the RPM single RPM 374, 1972

20. Kurt Darren – For Your Precious Love from the CD album, STIDCD 154, 2009

 

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