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Them - The Angry Young Them (1965)


Them - The Angry Young Them (1965)


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Them - The Angry Young Them

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Side one

"Mystic Eyes" (Van Morrison) – 2:41

"If You and I Could Be as Two" (Morrison) – 2:53

"Little Girl" (Morrison) – 2:21

"Just a Little Bit" (Ralph Bass, Buster Brown, John Thornton, Ferdinand "Fats" Washington) – 2:21

"I Gave My Love a Diamond" (Bert Berns, Wes Farrell) – 2:48

"Gloria" (Morrison) – 2:38

"You Just Can't Win" (Morrison) – 2:21


Side two

"Go on Home Baby" (Berns, Farrell) – 2:39

"Don't Look Back" (John Lee Hooker) – 3:23

"I Like It Like That" (Morrison) – 3:35

"I'm Gonna Dress in Black" (M. Gillon aka Tommy Scott, M. Howe) – 3:34

"Bright Lights, Big City" (Jimmy Reed) – 2:30

"My Little Baby" (Berns, Farrell) – 2:00

"(Get Your Kicks On) Route 66" (Bobby Troup) – 2:22




Them Band Members / Musicians

Van Morrison – vocals, harmonica, tenor saxophone

Peter Bardens – keyboards, organ

Billy Harrison - guitar

Alan Henderson – bass

Pat McAuley - drums, piano, harmonica





The Angry Young Them is the 1st album by the Northern Irish rock and roll group Them. The album was released in the UK in June 1965. The band's lead singer and songwriter was Van Morrison. In the U.S., the album was released as Them with partly different tracks

Them were a rock group formed in Belfast, Northern Ireland, in April 1964, most prominently known for the rock standard "Gloria" and launching singer Van Morrison's musical career. The original five-member band consisted of Morrison, Alan Henderson, Ronnie Milling, Billy Harrison and Eric Wrixon.





Them Band Members / Musicians 

Van Morrison – lead vocals, saxophone, harmonica (1964–1966)

Alan Henderson – bass (1964–1966, 1966–1971, 1979; died 2017)

Billy Harrison – guitar, vocals (1964–1965)

Ronnie Milling – drums (1964)

Eric Wrixon – keyboards (1964, 1965, 1979; died 2015)

Pat McAuley – keyboards (1964), drums (1964–1965; died 1984)

Jackie McAuley – keyboards (1965)

Peter Bardens – keyboards (1965; died 2002)

Joe Baldi – guitar (1965)

Terry Noon – drums (1965)

Jim Armstrong – guitar (1965–1966, 1966–1969, 1979)

John Wilson – drums (1965)

Dave Harvey – drums (1965–1966)

Steve Reush – drums (1966)

Sammy Stitt – drums (1966)

Eric Bell – guitar (1966)

Mike Brown – bass (1966)

Joe Hanratty – drums (1966)

Kenny McDowell – lead vocals (1966–1969)

Dave Harvey – drums (1966–1969)

Ray Elliot – keyboards, saxophone, flute (1966–1967)

Jerry Cole – vocals, guitar, percussion (1969–1970; died 2008)

Jim Parker – guitar, vocals (1970–1971)

John Stark – drums, vocals (1970–1971)

Mel Austin – lead vocals (1979; died 2017)

Billy Bell – drums (1979)

Brian Scott – keyboards, flute (1979)

Other Them / Belfast Gypsies

Pat McAuley – organ (1965–1966), drums (1966)

Mark Scott – bass (1965–1966)

Nick Wymer – lead vocals (1965–1966)

Skip Alan – drums (1965)

Billy Harrison – guitar (1965)

'Don' – guitar (1965–1966)

Viv Prince – drums (1965)

Ken McLeod – drums (1965–1966), guitar (1966)

Jackie McAuley – lead vocals, organ, harmonica (1966)

Peter Bardens – keyboards (1966)

Jim Armstrong – guitar (1969–1971)

Curtis Bachman – bass (1969–1971)

Kenny McDowell – lead vocals (1969–1971)

Reno Smith – drums (1969–1971)

Ray Elliot – keyboards, flute (1970)

Buddy Clark – drums (1971)

Them – The Belfast Blues Band[54]

Eric Wrixon – keyboards, lead vocals (1993–2015)

Jim Armstrong – guitar (1993–2003)

John Wilson – drums (1993–?)

Billy Bell – drums

Ally MacKenzie – bass

Siggi Heilek – drums

Billy McCoy – guitar (?–2015)

Luca Nardi – bass (?–2015)

Tom Wagener – drums (?–2015)




Them Discography Full

The Angry Young Them (1965)

Them Again (1966)

Belfast Gypsies (1967)

Now and "Them" (1968)

Time Out! Time in for Them (1969)

Them in Reality (1970)

Shut Your Mouth (1979)

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