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The Charades - The Lonely Beach / The Big Dipper album flac

  • Performer: The Charades
  • Album: The Lonely Beach / The Big Dipper
  • FLAC: 1119 mb | MP3: 1835 mb
  • Released: 1964
  • Country: Australia
  • Style: Surf, Ballad
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 831
The Charades  - The Lonely Beach / The Big Dipper album flac


A The Lonely Beach 2:07
B The Big Dipper


  • Electric Guitar – Murray Chenery (tracks: B), Paul Baker (tracks: B)
  • Recorded By – David Mackay (tracks: B)
  • Written-By – Johnny Devlin (tracks: A), Paul Baker (tracks: B)

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
101555 The Charades The Lonely Beach / The Big Dipper ‎(7") RCA 101555 Australia 1964

Group from Sydney's Northern Beaches that started life as "The Renegades" (hit with "Kahuna"). Lonely Beach written by Johnny Devlin.

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The Charades were a doo-wop, r&b group who were mostly active in California in the early to mid-1960s have released a number of singles on various labels. One of the songs they recorded, which was associated with the surf genre was "Surf 'n Stomp" on the Northridge label. They also recorded for Tony Hilder's Impact label, and even had a release on a label owned by Fred Astaire. They had a minor hit with "Please Be My Love Tonight".

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