B. Brock and the Sultans

B. Brock and the Sultans were a Beatles knockoff band whose one-and-only album, released in 1964, included a cover of 'I want to hold your hand.' But to drive home how like the Beatles they were, almost all the other songs on the album included the word 'beetle' — ‘Beetle Walk,’ ’30 LB Beetle,’ ‘Feed The Beetle,’ ‘Fast Beetle,’ ‘Mexican Beetle,’ ‘Little Brown Beetle,’ and ‘Do The Beetle’.

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     Posted By: Alex - Thu Jul 02, 2020
     Category: Music | 1960s





Comments
Awful!
Posted by Judy on 07/02/20 at 08:01 AM
What with the guy on the left's Hitler haircut?
Posted by ges on 07/02/20 at 09:05 AM
In 1964, pretty much every band not named the Beatles was a Beatles knock-off. The Rolling Stones, Kinks and many other bands got their start that way.
Posted by Brian on 07/02/20 at 09:37 AM
Whatever happened to "Do the Worm!" from "Animal House"?
Posted by KDP on 07/02/20 at 11:13 AM
The Stones were a Beatles knock off ????? HA HA HA HA HA HA HA
Posted by F.U.D in Stockholm on 07/03/20 at 01:56 AM
I heard the entire album. It's a weird surf rock/beatles vibe - must have been riding the wave of whatever was popular in the 60s I guess.
Posted by the night listener on 07/24/20 at 03:17 PM









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