Town Criers (musical group)

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Town Criers were an Australian band formed in Melbourne in 1964.[1] They are best known for their 1968 cover of "Everlasting Love", reaching #2 on the Australian Charts.

Town Criers had hits with "Everlasting Love" (1968), "Any Old Time (You're Lonely and Sad)" (1969), "Love Me Again" (1969) and "Living In a World of Love" (1970).

Founding vocalist Andy Agtoft was replaced around 1968, by Barry Smith from Adelaide.[1]

Discography[edit]

Singles

  • 1965 The World Keeps Going Round/Big Deal — Trend Records.
  • 1968 Everlasting Love/I Can't Help Myself — Astor Records. #13
  • 1968 Unexpectedly/It's Hurting Badly — Astor Records.
  • 1969 Any Old Time/Rene — Festival Records. #53
  • 1969 Love Me Again/Hey Girl — Festival Records. #35
  • 1970 Living In A World Of Love/Roundabout — Festival Records. #42
  • 1971 Laughing Man/Living In A Dream World — HMV.
  • 1971 Love, Love, Love/Chorus Girl — HMV.

Extended play

  • 1968 Everlasting Love — Astor
  • 1969 Hey Girl — Festival

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Everlasting Love". YouTube.