"Blood Red Beauty"
"Shake Rattle & Roll"
|Wilkinsons radio shop, recorded by members of the Five Nutters. Still exists|
|1958||titles unknown||Regent Sound Studios. Freddie Heath on guitar and vocals|
|1958||"Wow Wow Beat"||Radio Music Studios, Berwick Street. Freddie Heath Combo|
|1959||"If You Were The Only girl In he World"||Abbey Road studios, London. Johnny Kidd and the Pirates version of this tune.|
|1961||"Magic Of Love"||Abbey Road studios, London. In Buddy Holly-style.|
"Spanish Armada" - instrumental
"Popeye" - instrumental
|Abbey Road. Possibly sound balance tracks, Pirates (GSF) only|
|1963?||"Always And Ever"||Berwick Street (Radio Music Studios?)|
"Some Other Guy"
|1964?||"You Gotta Be Around"||Demo for Pete Newman (from the Fred Heath Band) - Johnny on backing vocals|
|1964-1966||"A Shot Of Rhythm And Blues"; "Baby Blue"; "Castin' My Spell"; "Ecstasy"; "My Babe"; Tricky Dicky"; "Honey Hush"; "She's The One You Love"; plus two instrumentals "Goofin' Around" and "Watermelon Man".||Abbey Road studios, London?|
|1966||Updated recordings of old hits||Radio Music Studios, Berwick Street. Session musicians including Raye Du Val.|
|1966||Various rehearsals, possibly "Send For That Girl" and "Please Don't Touch" (Indian style with sitar), others||EMI House, Manchester Square, W1. Various musicians, but especially with the final line-up.|
|1966||Recently-discovered BBC radio "Saturday Club"||Features John Morshead|
Other recording sessions may have taken place at Abbey Road between 1959 - 1966, and there were many rehearsals that took place in EMI House, Manchester Square, some of which may have been recorded. Dates and other details of all these remain unknown.