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The Ideals

The Ideals

The Ideals


There are multiple bands named "The Ideals." 1. The Ideals are an indie rock band from Ayrshire in Scotland. The Band consists of Chris Kearney, Tom Connolly and Brian Chambers, with a few guests along the way. They were best mates from there early school days before going on to form the band in 2006. Early 2009 seen the release of their double A-side debut single ‘Vanity Fare’ and ‘Thirteen Fourteen’. (available on itunes now) Aside from airplay on XFM Read more on Last.fm
There are multiple bands named "The Ideals." 1. The Ideals are an indie rock band from Ayrshire in Scotland. The Band consists of Chris Kearney, Tom Connolly and Brian Chambers, with a few guests along the way. They were best mates from there early school days before going on to form the band in 2006.

Early 2009 seen the release of their double A-side debut single ‘Vanity Fare’ and ‘Thirteen Fourteen’. (available on itunes now) Aside from airplay on XFM, Manchester online radio and pretty much every unsigned podcast going, They have played venues such as Moho in Manchester, King Tut’s Wah-Wah Hut in Glasgow, Liverpool Barfly The O2 Academy in Glasgow and Alan McGee’s death disco in London. The last 4 or 5 months have been a quiet time but with a reshuffle they are going back into the studio and should begin work on there debut album in early 2010, with an expected release late in the year, so i wouldn’t expect to see them until then 2. The Ideals were an R&B vocal group from Chicago, Illinois, USA, formed in 1952. The outfit scuffled for many years with personnel changes before recording in 1961 on the local Paso label. The Ideals at this time consisted of Reggie Jackson, Leonard Mitchell, Robert Tharp and Sam Steward (bass).

In 1963 the group added a fifth member, lead Eddie Williams, and with his rough-hewn, soulful delivery they recorded their most successful record, ‘The Gorilla’; its ‘monkey dance’ theme was designed to reap sales from the success of the dance fad. It never reached any national charts but nonetheless received national exposure, partly in the pop market, and earned the group its first national tour. In 1965 the Ideals reorganized as a trio with Jackson, Mitchell and Steward, and they finally reached the R&B charts with ‘Kissin’’ in 1966, although the record did not, in fact, sell as well as ‘The Gorilla’. A notable song in 1966 was ‘You Lost And I Won’, which neatly married the group’s doo-wop past with the sound of soul.

However, the group broke up a short time later. Most of the members did not join other acts after their Ideals association, except for Tharp and Mitchell. Tharp, under the name Tommy Dark, joined Jerry Murray in 1964 to form a dance duo called Tom And Jerrio, specializing in Boogaloo records. They had a hit with ‘Boo-Ga-Loo’ (number 10 R&B) in 1965.

Leonard Mitchell continued to record by joining with Jerome Johnson and Robert Thomas to form the Channel 3, who released one single, to no great acclaim. The Ideals' discography: Together / What's The Matter With You Sam - 1961 (Paso) Magic / Teens - 1961 (Major Lance Departs) (Paso) Gorilla / Do Juan - 1963 (Eddie Williams Joins Group) (Concord) Gorilla / Do Juan - 1963 (Concord) Mo Joe Hanna / Simple Simon - 1964 (Concord) Feeling Of A Kiss / You Came A Long Way From St. Louis - 1964 Local Boy / L.A. - 1964 (Concord) Thunder Drums / ? - 1964 (Daisy) Cathy's Clown / Go Get A Wig - 1965 (St. Lawrence) You Lost And I Won / You Hurt Me - 1965 (Satellite) Kissing / I Had A Dream - 1966 (Satellite) Go Go Gorilla / Kissing Won't Go Out Of Style - 1966 (Satellite) St.

Lawrence - I Got Lucky (When I Found You) / Tell Her I Apologize - 1966 (St. Lawrence) The Mighty Lover / Dancing In U S A. (Boo-Ga-Loo) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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