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THE EXECUTIVES

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BIOGRAPHICAL DETAILS

The Executives

Origin: Sydney, Australia

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BIOGRAPHICAL PROFILE

The Executives were an Australian pop music band, formed in 1966 and reformed in 1974, consisting of band members Ray Burton, Rhys Clark, Gino Cunico, Brian King, Carol King, Gary King and Brian Patterson. They are arguably best known for their top 40 singles “My Aim Is To Please You” (1967), “Sit Down, I Think I Love You” (1967) and “Windy Day” (1968) reaching #18, #20 and #24 respectively on the Australian charts.

Members:

1966-69
Dennis Allgood (bass, vocals)
Ray Burton (guitar, vocals) 1967-69
Rhys Clark (drums)
Gino Cunnico (vocals) 1967-69
Dudley Hood (guitar) 1966-67
Brian King (keyboards)
Carole King (vocals)
Gary King (bass)
Keith Leslie (sax, vocals) 1966-67
Brian Patterson (guitar) 1967-69

1974-78
Brian and Carole King with:
Brian Kirby (drums)
Alan Oloman (bass)
Ron Smith (guitar)
Jonne Sands (vocals)

Discography

Albums

Studio Albums
“The Executives” (1968)
“The Executives on Bandstand” (1968)

Compilation Albums
“The Happening World of The Executives” (1989)

LINKS:

  1. A Dictionary of Australian Music, Warren Bebbington (ed), ISBN 0 19 550839 4, p111
  2. Jump up ^ http://www.milesago.com/artists/executives.htm

    retrieved 1 May 2012

  3. Jump up ^ http://www.ozziemusicman.com/2010/04/post-252-executives-hey-man-youre-gonna.html

    retrieved 1 May 2012