The End (UK band)

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The End
GenresPsychedelic pop[1]
Years active1965–1970
Associated actsThe Innocents
Past membersDave Brown
Colin Griffin
Nick Graham
John Horton
Hugh Atwooll

The End was a British psychedelic pop band formed in 1965 by Dave Brown (bass, vocals) and Colin Griffin (guitar, lead vocals) following the demise of The Innocents. Nick Graham (keyboards, vocals) and John Horton (saxophone) joined from Dickie Pride's backing group, The Original Topics, and Roger Groom (drums) of The Tuxedos completed the line-up. The band was produced by Rolling Stone Bill Wyman, who arranged for them to tour with his group. After the tour, Grooms quit and was replaced by Hugh Atwooll, an old friend of Graham. Horton would also quit, but continued to work with the band on their second single, "Shades of Orange". In 1969 the band released their only album, Introspection.[1]

They are not to be confused with the similarly named California band, who released two singles for Kabron Records in 1966/67.


Discography[edit]

  • Introspection (1969)
  • End (1970)
  • The Last Word (2000)[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Mills, Jon 'Mojo' (c. 2009). "The End". Allmusic. Macrovision Corporation. Retrieved 17 May 2009.
  2. ^ "End (2)". Discogs. Retrieved 2 July 2019.

External links[edit]

Video in Spanish movie '1, 2, 3 el escondite inglés' (1968) de Iván Zulueta: