Sunday, October 2, 2011


The Attack were a freakbeat/psychedelic rock band formed in 1966 around singer Richard ShirmanLondon). The first line-up featured drummer Alan Whitehead from Marmalade, guitarist David O'List (later of The Nice) and John Du Cann (later of Andromeda and Atomic Rooster).[1] Their first single "Try It" had also been recorded by The Standells and Ohio Express.[1]version of "Hi Ho Silver Lining", a few days earlier than Jeff Beck.[1] Richard Shirman was invited to be singer with Andromeda but he declined. (born 26 April 1949, They also released a
In 1979 Shirmam reunited The Attack. Two years later he founded another band Hershey and the 12 Bars who released an album in 2000: Greatest Hits Volume II (A New Day Records, AND CD43). The line-up was: Richard 'Hershey' Shirman: vocals, harmonica, Mike Summerland: lead guitar, Ernie Hayes: rhythm guitar, Gary Baldwin: Hammond organ, Al MacLean: bass, Alan Coulter: drums
Shirman suff

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