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Sheet music cover for 'Dandy' by Clinton Ford; The Kinks (Pete Quaife; Dave Davies; Ray Davies; Mick Avory); Herman's Hermits (Karl Anthony Green; Lek Leckenby; Peter Noone; (Jan) Barry Whitwam; Keith Hopwood); The Rocking Vickers (Harry Feeney; Lemm...)

Sheet music cover for 'Dandy' by Clinton Ford; The Kinks (Pete Quaife; Dave Davies; Ray Davies; Mick Avory); Herman's Hermits (Karl Anthony Green; Lek Leckenby; Peter Noone; (Jan) Barry Whitwam; Keith Hopwood); The Rocking Vickers (Harry Feeney; Lemm...), published by Davray Music Limited, published by  Carlin Music Corporation, after  Unknown photographers, 1966 - NPG D48455 -

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Sheet music cover for 'Dandy' by Clinton Ford; The Kinks (Pete Quaife; Dave Davies; Ray Davies; Mick Avory); Herman's Hermits (Karl Anthony Green; Lek Leckenby; Peter Noone; (Jan) Barry Whitwam; Keith Hopwood); The Rocking Vickers (Harry Feeney; Lemm...)

published by Davray Music Limited, published by Carlin Music Corporation, after Unknown photographers
halftone reproduction, 1966
11 in. x 8 1/2 in. (280 mm x 215 mm) paper size
Reference Collection
NPG D48455

Artistsback to top

  • Carlin Music Corporation (founded 1966), International music publishing company. Artist associated with 8 portraits.
  • Davray Music Limited (incorporated 1966), Music publishing company owned by Sir Raymond Douglas ('Ray') Davies. Artist associated with 6 portraits.
  • Unknown photographers, Photographers. Artist associated with 16 portraits.

Sittersback to top

  • Mick Avory (1944-), Musician; drummer for The Kinks. Sitter in 13 portraits.
  • Dave Davies (1947-), Musician; member of The Kinks. Sitter in 14 portraits.
  • Sir Raymond Douglas ('Ray') Davies (1944-), Musician, singer and songwriter for 'The Kinks'. Sitter in 15 portraits.
  • Harry Feeney (active 1963-1967), Musician; singer for The Rocking Vickers. Sitter in 1 portrait.
  • Clinton Ford (1931-2009), Singer. Sitter in 1 portrait.
  • Karl Anthony Green (1947-), Musician; songwriter and bass player for Herman's Hermits. Sitter in 3 portraits.
  • Keith Hopwood (1946-), Musician, composer, businessman and record producer; songwriter and rhythm guitarist for Herman's Hermits. Sitter in 3 portraits.
  • Derek ('Lek') Leckenby (1943-1994), Musician; songwriter and lead guitarist for Herman's Hermits. Sitter in 3 portraits.
  • Lemmy (Ian Fraser Kilmister) (1945-2015), Singer and guitarist; bassist for Motorhead. Sitter in 2 portraits.
  • Mogsy Morris (active 1964-1967), Musician; bassist for The Rocking Vickers. Sitter in 1 portrait.
  • Peter Noone (1947-), Musician and actor; songwriter and lead singer for Herman's Hermits. Sitter in 3 portraits.
  • Pete Quaife (1943-2010), Musician; bassist for The Kinks. Sitter in 13 portraits.
  • Ciggy Shaw (active 1963-1967), Musician; drummer for The Rocking Vickers. Sitter in 1 portrait.
  • (Jan) Barry Whitwam (1946-), Musician; drummer for Herman's Hermits. Sitter in 3 portraits.

Events of 1966back to top

Current affairs

The English football team wins against West Germany at the World Cup Final in Wembley.
144 people, including 116 children, die in the Aberfan disaster when a colliery waste tip slides down a mountain in Wales.
Ian Brady and Myra Hindly are sentence to life imprisonment for the brutal Moors Murders.

Art and science

Tom Stoppard's first play Rosencrantz and Gildenstern are Dead premiers. This absurdist play uses two minor characters from Hamlet to explore the existential themes of free will verses determinism and the futility of language.
Seamus Heany publishes his first volume of poems, Death of a Naturalist.

International

The Cultural Revolution is launched in China in order to bring Chinese culture and society in line with communist ideals. It was also, however, an attempt by Mao Zedong to regain control of the country after the mistakes of the Great Leap Forward.
Archbishop of Canterbury, Arthur Michael Ramsey meets Pope Paul VI, the first official meeting between the Roman Catholic and Anglican Churches for 400 years.

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