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|Origin||Islington London, England|
|Genres||Beat, rock, pop, soul|
|Labels||Fontana Records, Philips Records, Pye Nixa Records, HMV Records, Palette Records, Decca Records, Columbia Records, Zone Records, EMI Records Australia, Hammard Records Australia, Image Records Australia, Axe Records, K-tel, Axis Records, Astor Records, Planet Records, Volcano Records, Harbour Records, Emerald Records Limited,|
|Associated acts||Dusty Springfield, John Rowles|
Douggie Reece is a Bass Player, Arranger, Producer, Song Writer and Musical Director. He played with Bass guitar for Sonny Stewart and the Dynomoes, Chris Wayne and The Echoes]],The Burlington Lodge Group in Australia. Best known as Bass Player/Musical Director for Dusty Springfield during the 1962-1970 period and John Rowles. He moved to Australia in 1971.
Douggie Reece. (born 18th January 1940 Kenneth George Gover) He was the youngest of four boys born to Alfred & Beatrice Gover. All his brother played with the Brecknock Silver Band also known as a Brass Band so at the age of eight he was taken along for one of the rehearsal nights only to end up with a cornet he had to learn to play. (His eldest brother Alfred went on to join the army and studying at Kneller Hall). In 1951 he went to Brecknock Road Senior School where he was drawn to the School Orchestra taking up and playing the violin. At this time he also joined the Sea Cadet Corps and played Bugle. His time playing the cornet when he was younger made playing the bugle much easier. ***Work in Progress***
|"Weepy Willow"||Glen Stuart||1959||"Pye Nixa" 7N.15232||Musician - Bass Player|
|"Della Darling"||Glen Stuart||1959||"Pye Nixa" 7N.15232||Musician - Bass Player|
|"Your Cheating Heart"||Bobby Allen||1962||"Fontana"267252 TF||Musician - Bass Player|
|"I'll Forget About You"||Bobby Allen||1962||"Fontana"267252 TF||Musician - Bass Player|
|Album Title||Track||Artist||Date||Recording Company||Contribution|
|Everything's Coming Up Dusty||"Packin Up"||Dusty Springfield||September 1965||"Philips Records"||Musician - Bass Player|
|"I Can't You No More"||Dusty Springfield||"Philips Records"||Musician - Bass Player|
|"Won't Be Long"||Dusty Springfield||"Philips Records"||Musician - Bass Player|
|Are You Lonesome Tonight||"The Way Were"||Allison Durbin||1977||"Hammard Records" HAM017||Arranger, Musician - Bass Player|
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- Lucy O'Brien (1989). Dusty. Sidgwick & Jackson. ISBN 978-0283063473. Search this book on page 59
- Penny Valentine; Vicki Wickham (2000). Dancing with Demons: The Authorised Biography of Dusty Springfield. Hodder & Stoughton. ISBN 978-0340766743. Search this book on pages 52-4, 58-61, 105-6, 136, 223-4.
- Paul Howes (2001). The Complete Dusty Springfield. Reynolds & Hearn. ISBN 978-1905287871. Search this book on
- 50 Years of British Pop, The 20th Century in Pictures. Press Association / Ammonite Press. 2009. ISBN 9781906672287. Search this book on page 54
- Karen Bartlett (2014). Dusty: An Intimate Portrait of a Musical Legend. The Robson Press. ISBN 978-1849548762. Search this book on pages 50, 67-8, 82-6, 99, 112-3,119,128,134,141-3,145,148-9,151, 167,169,173,318.
- Spencer Leigh (2015). The Cavern Club: The Rise of The Beatles and Merseybeat. McNidder & Grace. ISBN 978-0857160973. Search this book on
- "Obscure Bands of the 50's & 60's: Sonny Stewart & The Dynamos". Forgottenbands.blogspot.com. 29 August 1962. Retrieved 20 October 2013.
- Bruce Eder. "The Echoes; Biography & History". AllMusic. Retrieved 2016-08-18.
- "Burlington Lodge Group".
- Griffiths, David. "Here's how a group gets to back a top singer ...",
- Record Mirror, 9 April 1966
- Rod Stone website
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