The Purple Hearts

Australian 60s rock group. Formed 1964. Disbanded January 1967
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The Purple Hearts Biography (Wikipedia)

The Purple Hearts were an Australian R&B, rock group, formed in Brisbane as the Impacts in 1964. The band included lead vocalist Mick Hadley, lead guitarist Barry Lyde (later known as Lobby Loyde), rhythm guitarists Paul Steffen (1964–65) and Fred Pickard (1965-66), bassist Bob Dames, and drummers Adrian "Red" Redmond (1964–66) and Tony Cahill (1966-67). The group issued an extended play, The Sound of the Purple Hearts (1966), and several singles, including "Long-legged Baby" (1965) and "Early in the Morning" (1966). They disbanded early in 1967.

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Millions Like Us
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Jimmy
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Jimmy
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Beat That - BBC Session 10/07/1979
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Beat That - BBC Session 10/07/1979
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Of Hopes and Dreams and Tombstones
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