Double-sided hit in Perth with Devoted To You.
Chart-topping Sydney band that originated in the surf music scene as The Nocturnes. After acquiring Ray Brown as their lead singer, they went on to become one of the most popular Australian bands of the British Invasion era.
Further reading: Ray Brown history at Milesago.
Double-sided hit in Melbourne and Adelaide with Let's Limbo Some More.
Glasgow band, later known as Marmalade, formed in 1961. Single on Columbia.
In the late 60s and into the 70s, with a name change to Marmalade, the band had 11 charting records in the UK, including 8 in the Top 10. As Marmalade, they're perhaps best remembered for their cover of the Beatles' Ob La Di Ob La Da (1968, #1 UK) and the original by Dean Ford (b.Thomas McAleese) and Junior Campbell, Reflections Of My Life (1969, #3 UK), covered in Australia by Flake. See also their composition Rainbow (1970), covered in Australia by Elm Tree.
Thanks to Terry Stacey.
Track 2 on 1963 Decca album Twist And Shout.
Track 3 was If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody, a minor Australian hit for The Strangers (1965), and on Side 2 of the album was Over The Mountain, recorded in Australia by Johnny O’Keefe (1958).
Version alert from Terry Stacey.
Further reading: Brian Poole & The Tremeloes bio and discography at British Beat Boom.