Billy Adams Go! singles discography: Slow Down Sandy (Quinteros)/Alone (Brite) 1965 I Think I'm Gonna Kill Myself (Knox)/Shirley Lee (Trammell) 1965 Lookin' For Love (Orbison-Nelson)/All Time Loser (Sparks) 1966 Dancing In Your Eyes (Bradley-Mason)/Come Dance With Me (Quinteros) 1966 Change Your Mind/I Fall To You 1966
Yorkshire-born pop singer Carole Deene (b. Carole Carver, 1944) appeared on Be My Guest in 1961 after auditioning with the BBC, and released 15 singles 1961-1969. Four of them charted in the UK, including songs first recorded by Sue Thompson (Sad Movies 1961 #44; Norman 1962 #24) and Joanie Sommers (Johnny Get Angry 1962 #25).
According to the detailed biography at Ready Steady Girls, she ended up managing a radio station in Spain with her husband.
Barry Mason was one of the most prolific and successful songwriters of the 60s. He is mainly (but not exclusively) a lyricist, usually working in collaboration.
With Les Reed:
• The Fortunes'Here It Comes Again (1965, #4 UK, #27 USA)
• Engelbert Humperdink'sThe Last Waltz (1967, #5 UK, #31 USA) and Les Bicyclettes De Belsize (1968, #1 UK, #25 USA)
• Tom Jones'sDelilah (1968, #2 UK, #15 USA)
With Tony Macaulay:
• Edison Lighthouse'sLove Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes) (1970, #1 UK, #5 USA).
Co-writer of Dancing in Your EyesGraham Bradly is better known as Graham Bonney,the name he adopted on his #19 hit in the UK with Supergirl (1966, another Bradly-Mason composition) and during a long and successful career in Germany.