The All Night Workers

Monday, 19 November 2012, 19:09 | Category : Articles
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The All Night Workers/The All-Nite Workers was a name used by around 30 musicians from West London for a series of interrelated bands that spanned the years 1965-1972.  In the fifth and final part of an exhaustive history, Nick Warburton turns to The All Night Workers under its new singer Clyde Barrow and the group’s […]

The All Night Workers – part 4

Sunday, 30 September 2012, 16:28 | Category : News
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The All Night Workers/The All-Nite Workers was a name used by around 30 musicians from West London for a series of interrelated bands that spanned the years 1965-1972.   The All Night Workers, spring 1968. Left to right: Doug Ayris, Malcolm Randall, Iain Pitwell, Mick Wheeler, Brian Mansell, Johnny Baker and Geoff Glover (Photo from Brian […]

All Night Workers Live

Sunday, 5 August 2012, 20:25 | Category : Live
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Many of you will have seen Nick Warburton’s epic history of West London cult soul and blues band The All Night Workers. The group have recently reformed so there’s a rare opportunity to hear a credible sixties act in action. Want to read more too? Catch their story here:  http://thestrangebrew.co.uk/articles/the-all-night-workers-part-1

The All Night Workers – part 3

Sunday, 24 June 2012, 10:12 | Category : Articles
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By Nick Warburton The All Night Workers/The All-Nite Workers was a name used by around 30 musicians from West London for a series of interrelated bands that spanned the years 1965-1972.  The All Night Workers at Starlite, Greenford, 1966‏. Left to right: Ronny Butterworth, Kenny Power, Dave Holloway, Mick Wheeler, Hans Herbert, Brian Sell and Doug […]

The All Night Workers Part 2

The All Night Workers/The All-Nite Workers was a name used by around 30 musicians from West London for a series of interrelated bands that spanned the years 1965-1972. Hamilton & The Hamilton Movement, November 1966. Clockwise from front: Ron Thomas, Mick Fletcher, Gary Hamilton, Tony Sinclair, Mel Wayne, Dave Mahoney and (sitting down) Phil Wainman. […]

The All Night Workers – Part 1

Wednesday, 25 April 2012, 18:54 | Category : Interview
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By Nick Warburton Not to be confused with the 1960s US R&B band that recorded a pair of singles for the Round Sound and Cameo labels (the first co-written by a pre-Velvet Underground Lou Reed and John Cale) nor the 1960s Liverpool beat group of the same name, The All Night Workers/The All Nite Workers […]