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Shotgun Express

A short-lived revue formed in 1966 from the remnants of Steampacket and The Peter B’s.

Vocalists Rod Stewart and Scouse warblette Beryl Marsden fronted the band which featured keyboard player Peter Bardens and drummer Mick Fleetwood.

The group cut two unsuccessful heavily orchestrated singles for Columbia, I Could Feel The Whole World Turn Around (1966) and Funny Cos Neither Could I (1967) before parting company.

Marsden went solo, Stewart joined The Jeff Beck Group, Fleetwood joined John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, while Bardens eventually formed Village.