+++ A-Side From 1965 +++ Re-Post From 6 Years Ago New Sound And Video..Bern Elliott and the Fenmen formed in Kent in 1961, and performed over the next two years in clubs in Hamburg, Germany, before being signed to a recording contract with Decca in early 1963."Money" was released by several artists at the time, but Bern Elliott and the Fenmen were unique as a group in registering a UK Singles Chart Top 20 hit in December 1963 Elliot and the Fenmen's Merseybeat style belied their southern England roots. However, they did appear on the 13 March 1964 episode of the UK television programme, Ready Steady Go!, playing their follow-up hit, "New Orleans".In May 1964, Elliot parted company with The Fenmen, and utilised The Klan for a short time as his backing group on one release "Good Times" / "What Do You Want With My Baby" on Decca F11970, which was released on 4 September 1964. The following year two further solo efforts, "Guess Who" and "Voodoo Woman", also failed to chart. The Fenmen continued, issuing further efforts both for Decca and CBS, including "I've Got Everything You Need, Babe" (1965) and "Rejected" (1966)


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