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The Mindbenders - 1966 - The Mindbenders

The Mindbenders (originally the backing group for Wayne Fontana) was a 1960s beat group from Manchester, England. They were part of the mid 1960s British Invasion with their chart-toppers "Game of Love" and "A Groovy Kind of Love". Wayne Fontana founded the band in 1963 with Bob Lang, Ric Rothwell, and Eric Stewart. The group was later joined by Grahame Foote. The name of the group was inspired by the title of a 1963 film, starring the British actor Sir Dirk Bogarde, called The Mind Benders. They released a few unsuccessful singles before recording "Um Um Um Um Um Um" in 1964, which was a major hit in Britain and led to a tour with Brenda Lee. They also had a #1 hit in the United States with "Game of Love". After a tour of America and some more unsuccessful singles, Fontana left the band in the middle of a concert in 1965. Stewart became the lead singer of the band, which also dropped 'Wayne Fontana' from its name. Bob Lang - Bass, Eric Stewart - Guitar / Lead Vocals, Ric Rothwell - Drums, Graham Gouldman - Bass, Paul Hancox- Drums, and Graham Foote - Guitar.

01 - The Way You Do The Things You Do
02 - Just A Little Bit
03 - Seventh Son
04 - One Fine Day
05 - Tricky Dicky
06 - A Groovy Kind Of Love
07 - Little Nightingale
08 - Don't Cry No More
09 - You Don't Know About Love
10 - Love Is Good
11 - Rockin' Jaybee
12 - All Night Worker



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