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Don’t Let The Sun Catch You Crying
by Gerry and the Pacemakers
The four members of this band were like the Beatles in the fact that they were all born and raised in Liverpool, England. The only other thing that keeps them close to tge Beatles is that they gave this band one of their hits called How Do You Do What You Do To Me. Although having several hits, the band faded in about three years from view and Gerry went into production side of recording.
I love this song because it always gave me hope for a better day when I was younger.
This may be my last post for a bit as I am having some really painful medical issues. I hate doing this because I love the music so much but I can barely type anymore and it is getting harder to lift my arms and hands. I am sorry about this and please keep a good thought for me.
Thank you all! You are loved very much.
1964 - EMI-UK, Laurie-US, Capitol-Canada - United Kingdom - It was also released at the same time in US & Canada. This was a band headed by Gerry Marsden, managed by Brian Epstein so it’s no wonder that it was recorded and produced by George Martin.
Posted: 9th August 2018
Sally Broadhurst
Professional singer/musician for over 50 years, first female technical/electronics/production engineer for radio and television in Chicago. Photographer and owner of a Petsitting business for 17 years. My music loves are as extensive as the decades they were recorded in with the Beatles being at the top. Others I love are the Association, Beach Boys, Michael McDonald, Gino Vannelli, Kenny Loggins, Four Tops, Temptations, O'Jays, War, Bonnie Raitt, Michael Franks, Sergio Mendes & Brazil (whatever), Smokey Robinson, Keith Urban, Eliane Elias, Steely Dan, Little Big Town, Glenn Miller Big Band, etc. Just too many to name.
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