I came across a folder with all the a's & b's of Les Fluer plus some extras..heres the list
les fleur de lys-a's & b's 1965-1969
19651107a moondreams (IM20).mp3
19651107b wait for me (IM20).mp3
19660318a circles (IM32).mp3
19660318b so come on (IM32).mp3
19661100a mud in your eye (BM52614).mp3
19661100b i ve been trying (BM52614).mp3
19670707a reflections of charles brown (Rupert's People DB8226).mp3
19670707b hold on (Rupert's People DB8226).mp3
19670900a i can see a light (BM56200).mp3
19670900b prodigal son (BM56200).mp3
19670902a tick tock (Shyster BM56202).mp3
19670902b it s a hoe down (Shyster BM56202).mp3
19671000a gimme a little sign (Tony Simon Track614012).mp3
19671000b never too much love (Tony Simon Track614012).mp3
19671011 cross cut saw (BBC session).mp3
19680200 this old heart of mine (instrumental demo).mp3
19680300 i walk the sands (album session).mp3
19680301 nothing to say (album session).mp3
19680500a gong with the luminous nose (BM56251).mp3
19680500b hammerhead (BM56251).mp3
19680501a i like what i'm trying to do (Waygood Ellis BM56729).mp3
19680600a stop crossing the bridge (ATL584193).mp3
19680600b brick by brick (ATL584193).mp3
19680800a butchers a bakers (Chocolate Frog ATL584207).mp3
19680800b i forgive you (Chocolate Frog ATL584207).mp3
19690214a you re just a liar (ATL584243).mp3
19690214b one girl city (ATL584243).mp3
Shyster - That's a Hoe Down (b-side).mp3 alias of LFDLys
Tony Simon - Gimme a little sign (bewerkt).wav
Tony Simon - Never too much love.wav
Shyster was a single done by les fleur under a different name in 1967
Tony Simon recorded 1 single on Track records in 1967 why its in this folder I haven't a clue..anyone ?
I checked discogs and some of these singles arent in their list so curious as to why they havent been listed
Rupert's People, Chocolate Frog, Waygood Ellis and Shyster were either Fleur De Lys under a different name, or had members of the band playing in them. They had a very changeable and confusing number of line ups. They also recorded with Sharon Tandy and John Bromley.
Do you have a link for this Phil?
anyone requires a link drop me a email please
I was particularly in the Tony Simon single ..what was he to do with Les Fleur?
Got nothing except that it was released on Track in 1967. Assuming they played on it.
Tick Tock is one of my all time fave tracks
Not sure I can find this in Paris...
Yes Steve, except one track. But I like objects, especially when it's a small run.
But I don't want to pay much for this. I'll see in two weeks.
You are right Steve, sorry.