Four Pennies, The

Also known as Four Pennies, Pennies, The
Members of Four Pennies, The: Fritz Fryer, Lionel Morton, Mike Wilsh
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Four_Pennies

Discography of Four Pennies, The:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Tell Me Girl / Juliet 2 Audio 1964 Philips
2 Black Girl 2 Audio 1964 Philips
3 Until It's Time To Go / Till Another Day 2 Audio 1965 Philips
4 The Way Of Love 2 Audio 1965 Philips
5 Until It's Time For You To Go 2 Audio 1965 Philips
6 No Sad Songs For Me 2 Audio 1966 Philips
7 2 Sides Of 4 Pennies 12 Audio 1964 Philips
8 Juliet 2 Audio 1964 Philips
9 The Smooth Side Of The Four Pennies 4 Audio 1964 Philips
10 Mixed Bag 14 Audio 1966 Philips
11 Juliet / Stuck On The Ground 2 Audio 1976-02-00
12 Iko Iko 2 Audio 1976-04-09
13 Juliet /Tell Me Girl 2 Audio 1964 Philips
14 Spin With The Pennies 4 Audio 1964 Philips
15 The Swinging Side Of The Four Pennies 4 Audio 1964
16 Until It's Time For You To Go 2 Audio 1965 Philips
17 Cinderella Rockerfella / Walk In The Black Forest / Juliet 3 Audio 1980 Philips
18 Juliet 2 Audio 1964 Philips
19 The Very Best Of The Four Pennies 20 Audio 1999 Spectrum
20 Juliet / I Think Of You 2 Audio 1982 Old Gold (2)


The Four Pennies were a 1960s English pop group. They were the most important UK group not to chart in America during the 1960s British Invasion, since "Juliet" was the only 1964 #1 by a UK group not to chart in America.

Band members:

Lionel Morton (vocalist/rhythm guitarist)

Fritz Fryer (lead guitarist)

Alan Buck (drummer)

Mike Wilsh (bassist/keyboardist/backing vocalist)

Late 1965 to early 1966, Fryer left the band and was replaced by David Graham (guitarist). Graham left when Fryer returned to the line-up. Ray Monk substituted on rare occasions.


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