Gerry & The Pacemakers
169 Shouts - 1,224,817 Scrobbles
Gerry Marsden formed Gerry & The Pacemakers in the late 1950s with his brother, Fred Marsden, Les Chadwick and Arthur Mack. They rivalled The Beatles early in their career, playing in the same areas of Hamburg, Germany and Liverpool, England. Mack was replaced on piano by Les Maguire around 1961. They are known to have rehearsed at Camell Laird shipping yard at Birkenhead. They began recording in early 1963 with "How Do You Do It?", a Mitch Murray written song that both Adam Faith and The Beatles had turned down (in the latter case because they wanted to record their own material...
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- You'll Never Walk Alone - (2:38) - 10,423 plays
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- Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying - (2:37) - 2,918 plays
- How Do You Do It? - (1:52) - 2,017 plays
- You'll Never Walk Alone - 2002 - Remaster - (2:41) - 2,248 plays
- I Like It - (2:09) - 2,032 plays
- You’ll Never Walk Alone - (2:40) - 2,189 plays
- How Do You Do It - (1:54) - 1,695 plays
- Ferry Across The Mersey - (2:23) - 768 plays
- It's Gonna Be Alright - (2:24) - 748 plays