Phillip Goodhand-Tait. Casi Mataste Un Hombre (7"). DJM Records (2), DJM Records (2), DJM Records (2). 1 J 006-95. DJS 295. Phillip Goodhand-Tait. Almost Killed A Man (7", Single, Promo). DJM Records (2). UK. 1974.
Goodhand-Tait was known as Phil Tait in his school years. His mother was a piano teacher and his father was involved in trade Unions. Goodhand-Tait began his music career shortly after the family moved to Guildford, Surrey, in 1957. His first group, Phill Tone and the Vibrants, was renamed Phill and the Stormsville Shakers in 1961. The band included Paul Demers on drums, Ivor Shackleton on guitar, and Kirk Riddle on bass. Almost Killed A Man", "Reach Out For each Other" (DJM Records DJS 10295 - 1974). I Think I Can Believe", "One More Rodeo" (DJM Records DJS 10319 - 1974). Sweet Emotion", "Jesus Didn't Only Love The Cowboys" (DJM Records DJS 10601 - 1974). Phillip Goodhand-Tait - 1973 - DJM. Jingle-Jangle Man (compilation album) - 1975 - DJM. Oceans Away - 1976 - Chrysalis. Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks - 1976 - Chrysalis.
Not The Same Man Phillip Walker. The Trace Phillip Walker. Mother I've Killed The Cat Phillip And His Foetus Vibrations. Spend A Day Without You (Original Album Version) Crue-L Grand Orchestra Feat. Oceans Away Phillip Goodhand-Tait. Gabrielle Phillip Goodhand-Tait. Jewel Phillip Goodhand-Tait. On The Waterfront Phillip Goodhand-Tait.
Single Man's Dilemma" is a song written by Colin Blunstone for Daltrey. Blunstone is the lead vocalist for The Zombies. Avenging Annie" is a covered track originally released on Andy Pratt's second solo album, Andy Pratt, in 1973. The song was released as a single (by Daltrey) in October 1977, reaching in the US, but was not released in the UK. "Leon" is a song written and recorded by Phillip Goodhand-Tait in 1977, but wasn't released by Goodhand-Tait until 2011, on Radio Songs: 1977 Recordings from Radio Bremen
Almost Killed A Man", "Reach Out For each Other" (DJM Records DJS 10295 - 1974). Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks - 1977 - Chrysalis.
Phillip Goodhand-Tait is one of those people whose name crops up in the gig ads that are found in early 1970s copies of the Melody Maker, where he can be found playing at clubs in and around the London area. He came originally from Yorkshire, but moved to Guildford in Surrey in 1957, which is where he started out playing in a band called, Phill Tone and the Vibrants that was later renamed in 1961 to Phill and the Stormsville Shakers. By 1966, Phillip had a deal with Parlophone and recorded three long forgotten singles
|A||Almost Killed A Man|
|B||Reach Out For Each Other|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – This Record Co. Ltd.
- Published By – Josid Music Ltd.
- Producer – Robin Geoffrey Cable
- Written-By – Phillip Goodhand-Tait
NotesMade in England
|1 J 006-95.632, 1 J006-95.632, 1 J 006-95632||Phillip Goodhand-Tait||Casi Mataste Un Hombre (7")||DJM Records , DJM Records , DJM Records||1 J 006-95.632, 1 J006-95.632, 1 J 006-95632||Spain||1974|
|DJS 295||Phillip Goodhand-Tait||Almost Killed A Man (7", Single, Promo)||DJM Records||DJS 295||UK||1974|
|TC 2100||Phillip Goodhand-Tait||Almost Killed A Man (7", Promo)||20th Century Records||TC 2100||US||1974|