to a whole range of people, but especially:
Len Beddow, Pete Bickley, Steve Brett (Davies), Roger
Bromley, Mel Brookes, Mick Brookes, Selwyn Bowen, Tommy
Burton, Dave Cant, Roger Clark, Alan Clee, Graham Corns,
Mick Crook, Mick Deeming, Roger Dopson, Jake Elcock,
Keith Evans, Mo Foster, The General, Graham Gomery, Bill
Hayward, Ray & Pat Hill, Barry Hodgson, Laurie Hornsby,
John Howells, Brian Huntbatch, Johnny Jones, Dave Jones,
Janet Kent, Roy Kent, Paul King, Molly Lambeth, Jimmy
Lea, Don Maddocks, George Maddocks, Marlene Manley,
Maureen Masters, Clive Mountford, Brian Nicholls, John
Ogden, John O'Hara, Bev Parker, Les Parker, Tony Perry,
Paul Robbins, Dan Robinson, Jim Simpson, Roger Stafford,
Hugh Stirling, John Taylor, Anna Terrana, Giorgio
Ucellini, Pete Walton, Pete Watkins, Trevor Westwood,
Ned Williams, Trevor Worrall. References have come from
the Wolverhampton Express & Star and the short-lived
Midland Beat (1963-66).
There are others
far too numerous to mention whose recollections I have
culled over the years and stored away. Many of those
people are no longer with us but I hope by recounting
just a few of those memories I have repaid the debt I
owe to all of them.
assistance of Moreton Print Shop the book would never
have seen the light of day, so thanks Andy and the rest
on the hill!
Lastly I should
like to dedicate the book to the memory of one very
who will never
be replaced, but who will live on forever whenever rock
'n' roll is played in Wolverhampton and anywhere else
for that matter.