Pyramids, The (2)

Also known as Pyramids
Members of Pyramids, The (2): Michael Thomas (4), Monty Neysmith, Roy Ellis

Discography of Pyramids, The (2):

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Whiskey And Soda / Jesse James Rides Again 2 Audio 1974-06-21 Rhino Records
2 Train Tour To Rainbow City 2 Audio 1967 President Records
3 Whiskey And Soda / Jesse James Rides Again 2 Audio 1974 Rhino Records
4 I'm A Man / Dragon Fly 2 Audio 1969 President Records
5 Drunk And Disorderly 8 Audio 1981
6 To Sir With Love 2 Audio 1970 Trojan Records
7 Wedding In Peyton Place 2 Audio 1968 President Records
8 Drunk And Disorderly 2 Audio 1981
9 Tisko My Darling 2 Audio 1968 President Records
10 Mexican Moonlight / John Chewey 4 Audio 1968 Sintonia
11 Summertime, Sunshine 2 Audio 1973 EMI Electrola
12 Drunk And Disorderly / Sufferer 2 Audio 1981 Jugodisk
13 All For You 2 Audio 1971 Ariola
14 Train Tour To Rainbow City 2 Audio 1968 Hansa
15 Bananas 2 Audio 1980
16 Telstar 2 Audio 1970 Trojan Records
17 All For You 4 Audio 1971 Trojan Records
18 Mosquito Bite 4 Audio 1971 Creole Records
19 Can't Leave Now 4 Audio 1971 Creole Records
20 Can't Leave Now 4 Audio 1971 Creole Records
21 All Change On The Bakerloo Line 4 Audio 1968-05-00 President Records
22 Do-Re-Mi / I'm Outnumbered 2 Audio 1969 President Records


Formed in the mid-sixties by seven musicians, first made their mark as [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Bees%2C+The+(5)]The Bees[/url] then as [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Symarip]Symarip[/url], also supported [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Prince+Buster]Prince Buster[/url] on a UK tour in 1967. Soon after, the group was signed to [url=http://www.discogs.com/label/President+Records]President[/url], changed their name to The Pyramids and found UK chart success with "Train Tour To Rainbow City". Throughout the remainder of the sixties and early seventies, the septet worked tirelessly, cutting discs under a number of aliases, most notably [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Symarip]Symarip[/url] and [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Seven+Letters]Seven Letters[/url]. They moved to Germany in 1971, performing reggae and Afro-rock under the name Zubaba.


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