• The Unichords

    From Left : Laurie Arter, Vincent Campbell and Charles Conlan



    The Unichords (Melbourne)

     


    Personnel :

    Charles Conlan

    Vincent Campbell

    Laurie Arter (Bass)

     



    Discography :

    The Unichords
    1959 - Tell Him No  / Rock Mister Piper (W&G SL 779)
    1959 - Tweet Tweet Beat / Bone Dome (W&G SL 843)


    Frankie Davidson & The Unichords
    Singles:
    1959 - Dream Lover / The Chick  (W&G SL 804)
    1960 - I Care For You / You’re Driving Me Crazy (W&G SL 933)
    Ep:
    1960 - Three Little Fishes / Pennies From Heaven / Jezebel / Detour (W&G EP FL934)

    Heather Horwood  & The Unichords
    1959 - Goodbye Jimmy, Goodbye / A Teenager In Love (W&G SL 803)

    Denis Gibbons & The Unichords
    1961 - Michael (Row The Boat Ashore) / The Spinning Wheel (W&G S 1254)
    1962 - Tina  / The Skye Boat Song (W&G S 1301)





    Biography :

    Vocal group from Melbourne composed by Charles Conlan, Vincent Campbell & Laurie Arter. The Unichords make a lot of appearance on TV  and released a couple of singles on W&G (White and Gillespie) in 1959. They were credited on records by Frankie Davidson, Heather Horwood and Denis Gibbons.

    The Unichords
    From Left : Brian Harris & Geoffrey Dart and the Unichords  Laurie Arter, Charles Conlan and Vincent Campbell

    W&G Records was an Australian recording company that operated from the early 1950s to the 1970s. It was a subsidiary of the Melbourne precision engineering company White & Gillespie.  W&G released many significant recordings by Australian popular artists of the 1960s and also issued recordings of popular American artists, notably releases from the ABC-Paramount (Ampar) label, which W&G distributed from 1955 until 1960, when the Australian distribution was taken over by Festival Records.

    The Unichords  The Unichords
       Frankie Davidson                                                           The Billabong                                    

    in 1965, as a folk group, They changed their name as the Billabong Three and released "Outback" an Ep with six song..





    Songs :

    Frankie Davidson & The Unichords


    I Care For You


    Heather Horwood  & The Unichords

      
    A Teenager In Love                     Goodbye Jimmy, Goodbye





     

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