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• The complete recordings of this well respected Merseybeat act during their career (1963-1967).
• Best known on record for their own song ‘Everything’s Alright’, in part through their own recording being regarded as one of the classic ‘Mersey Sound’ tracks ever, as well as it making the top 10, and later through David Bowie covering it on PIN UPS.
• Two other tracks also made the charts, Why Not Tonight and Seven Daffodils, from a collection of seven singles and one EP recorded for Decca. The complete recordings are bookended by their very first recording and their last. The first made as The Nomads was included on the Oriole LP This Is Merseybeat in 1963, and the last was the previously un-reissued Liberty single as Stu James & The Mojos in 1967.
• This package comes complete with quotes from the Mojos guitarist Nicky Crouch, who also supplied the archive photos, and lead writer and singer Stu James aka Stuart Slater.
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