1973 collaboration with producer/composer Pete Shelley engineered Alvin
Stardust's entry to the UK charts with a top ten hit, "My Coo-Ca-Choo". If to some followers of the pop scene the face looked familiar, that's
because it WAS! They
were witnessing one of the most sensational comebacks in British rock
history and sporting a complete image makeover, eleven years since his
back then that Shane Fenton and the Fentones recorded a string of hits featuring a clutch of good, original rock 'n' roll
tunes, plus more. These
key figures in the formative years of the British rock scene were, for a
long time, one of the UK's foremost club and concert attractions. So, it had all
started a little differently
for this "Moody
Guy". The story includes a few sound extracts from their 45's.
site has been extensively updated, plus there are numerous new
photographs (especially in the "Gallery"), many of which are supplied courtesy of the Fentones
bass-man, Bill Bonney (pictured left, with Alvin) - see the groups name
set in stone at Liverpool's Cavern!