Hey everybody, Deannie
here. I am the one directly behind Roy
cannot see very well.
CLASSIC IV (1968) YOST, EATON, KIM VENABLE
, BURRELL, DEAN DAUGHTRY
MO' INFO FROM JUSTO
Barely seen to the right are Ronnie Lane
and either Paul or Barry Ryan
(They were twins) and had a hit record in England at the time written by Cat Stevens
called Keep it Outta Sight.
At that time Cat Stevens was known more as a songwriter.
Paul Ryan - vocals (born 24th October 1948, Leeds, died, 29th November 1992)
Barry Ryan - vocals (born 24th October 1948, Leeds)
The Ryan brothers were identical twins, the sons of a popular singer of the Fifties, Marion Ryan.
Signed by Decca, the brothers racked up a number of minor hits between 1965 and '67 before redefining their roles in 1968. Paul began to concentrate on writing and producing, and Barry embarked on a solo career which reached its high point when he took Paul's "Eloise" to #2 late in '68.
Don't Bring Me Your Heartaches/To Remind You Of My Love
Decca F 12260
Have Pity On The Boy/There You Go
Decca F 12319
I Love Her/Gotta Go Out To Work
Decca F 12391
I Love How You Love Me/Baby I'm Sorry
Decca F 12445
Have You Ever Loved Somebody/I'll Tell You Later
Decca F 12494
Missy Missy/Rainbow Weather
Decca F 12520