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Beryl Marsden (born 10 June 1947) is a British R&B and pop singer, who first came to notice on the Liverpool club scene of the early 1960s. She recorded a number of "powerful and soulful", but unsuccessful, records, and has been described as "undeservedly neglected". She was born Beryl Hogg in the Toxteth area of Liverpool, Lancashire, England, one of a family of 10 children. She began singing as a child, and at the age of 14 won a local talent competition
Beryl Marsden - Everything is gonna be alright 1966. Gonna Make Him My Baby - Beryl Marsden. Beryl Marsden Who You Gonna Hurt.
Beryl Marsden is one of those names that diligent British Invasion scholars are likely to be aware of, but unlikely to actually have heard much or at all. She has footnotes in some history books as being one of the most popular woman vocalists in Liverpool in the early to mid-'60s, as well as for singing on a 1966 single by the early quasi-supergroup the Shotgun Express (who also included Rod Stewart and Peter Green).
Beryl Marsden (born 10 June 1947) is a British R&B and pop singer, who first came to notice on the Liverpool club scene of the early 1960s Contents. She released an album, One Dream in 2004, the single "Baby It’s You" in 2007, and another single "Too Late" in 2008 On 10 and 11 June 2013, a musical, One Dream: The Beryl Marsden Story was staged at the Cavern Club, only the second time that a theatrical show had been performed at the club
Artist: Beryl Marsden Title Of Album: Changes: The Story Of Beryl Marsden (comp. Year Of Release: 2012 Label: Rpm Records Genre: Pop, Early Pop Rock, Merseybeat, Soul, R&B Quality: FLAC (image+. UK compilation from the British Pop/R&B vocalist. Beryl Marsden played a key part of the Merseybeat boom of the 1960s and Changes celebrates her 50th year of performing with her entire recorded output