Talk:The Breakaways

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I have a compilation CD called 'Experience Hendrix' on which the Breakaways are credited on the track 'Hey Joe'. But the lineup is Margaret Stredder, Gloria George and Barbara Moore. The recording date is given as October 1966 at DeLane Lea Studios and November 1966 at Pye, Regent Sound Studios, which is presumably where they recorded the backing (which sounds great). This information doesn't seem consistent with the article. Sangwine (talk) 19:58, 8 November 2013 (UTC)

Maggie Stredder, Gloria George and Barbara Moore are listed in the article on the Ladybirds. It seems there was crossover of membership between these groups. Sangwine (talk) 20:18, 8 November 2013 (UTC)


This should be split into two articles, one for each band. Gekritzl 14:14, 15 July 2007 (UTC)

More than 2 bands[edit]

More than 2 bands by this name. There was also the New Zealand R&B band in the 1960s.

Copyright problem removed[edit]

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