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Ministry of Sound

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Blackthorn Proud to Bee
Whitebottom Farm, Stockport
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Ministry of Sound is a German eurodance group.

This page also contains scrobbles for the British 1960s pop band, The Ministry of Sound, due to yet another tragic case of Last.fm auto-correction.

Here is some biographical information for the British 1960s band. It may be re-posted on the correct artist page when possible.

A studio-only project operating out of Southern Music's Denmark Street HQ in London, United Kingdom, The Ministry of Sound was essentially a mid-1960s collaboration between former Ivy Leaguer John Carter and two musicians he had recruited, guitarist Micky Keen and bassist Robin Shaw. They issued a 1966 début single ('White Collar Worker' b/w 'Back Seat Driver'). A second single remained unreleased. Keen and Shaw then played on Carter's response to the Summer of Love, 'Let's Go To San Francisco', with Shaw also becoming part of the touring Flower Pot Men after the song had become a hit. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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Blackthorn Proud to Bee at Whitebottom Farm
Blackthorn Proud to BeeFri 14th Jun12:00 pm - 12:00 amWhitebottom Farm, Stockport

Biography

Ministry of Sound is a German eurodance group.

This page also contains scrobbles for the British 1960s pop band, The Ministry of Sound, due to yet another tragic case of Last.fm auto-correction.

Here is some biographical information for the British 1960s band. It may be re-posted on the correct artist page when possible.

A studio-only project operating out of Southern Music's Denmark Street HQ in London, United Kingdom, The Ministry of Sound was essentially a mid-1960s collaboration between former Ivy Leaguer John Carter and two musicians he had recruited, guitarist Micky Keen and bassist Robin Shaw. They issued a 1966 début single ('White Collar Worker' b/w 'Back Seat Driver'). A second single remained unreleased. Keen and Shaw then played on Carter's response to the Summer of Love, 'Let's Go To San Francisco', with Shaw also becoming part of the touring Flower Pot Men after the song had become a hit. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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