The Artwoods were dropped by Decca at the end of 1966, and they signed a one-record deal with Parlophone, but their release "What Shall I Do" also had no success. Later in 1967, a final "one-off" single appeared on the Fontana label, with the band billing itself as St. Valentine's Day Massacre; but by the time The Artwoods' early records today stand up well against the work of more successful groups such as the Rolling Stones, the Yardbirds or the Birds (who included Art's younger brother. I Feel Good"/"Molly Anderson's Cookery Book" (Decca F 12465) Aug 1966. What Shall I Do"/"In The Deep End" (Parlophone R 5590) Apr 1967.
The Artwoods were formed in 1963, and over the next two years became an extremely popular live attraction, rivaling groups such as the Animals, although, despite releasing a clutch of singles and an album, their record sales never reflected this popularity. Singer Arthur Wood, from whom the band took their name, was the elder brother of The Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood.
The Artwoods скачать mp3 в хорошем качестве, либо слушайте песню The Artwoods - Hoochie Coochie Man, Bob Artwood - Old Man, Bob Artwood - The Sky, Bob Artwood - Secret Journey, Bob Artwood - The Boredom of Invertebrate, а также рингтоны на звонок и все новые треки. The Artwoods – I Feel Good. The Artwoods(1967) – Stop And Think It Over. The Artwoods – Big City. The Artwoods – I Keep Forgettin.
|I Feel Good|
|Molly Anderson's Cookery Book|
|F.12465||The Artwoods||I Feel Good (7")||Decca||F.12465||UK||1966|
|F.12465||The Artwoods||I Feel Good / Mooll Anderson's Cookery Book (7")||Decca||F.12465||Turkey||1966|
|F.12465||The Artwoods||I Feel Good (7", Promo)||Decca||F.12465||UK||1966|