About the Book
This is a historical magazine dedicated to the body of work that has been left and the men who came through the ranks of the brand during different periods of its tumultuous history. Here you will find all that is authentic in the history of The Legends, the people and organizations that spawned the formation of this musical dynasty that has lasted over 6 decades.
The history music & Photographic legacy of The Drifters 1953-Present featuring the original 2nd & 3rd Golden Age Recording Artist Butch Leake Clyde Brown Joe Blunt and Rick Sheppard. All four artist were long-standing members of The Drifters during the 60s & 70s era and brought in the 3rd Golden music period in the group's history recording a number of hit singles and albums which topped the British and European charts during this Golden age. During the period with the late legendary song stylist Johnny Moore and under the the prolific writing team of Greenway Music headed by Roger Greenway turned out some of the most noted songs of this time. "Down On The Beach Tonight" "Kissin In The Back Row Of The Movies" "Love Games" "There Goes My First Love" "You're More Than A Number In My Little Red Book" "Like Sister And Brother" "Can I Take You Home Little Girl" "Sweet Caroline" and many more.... Butch is manager and CEO of The Drifters Legends Clubhouse LLc / D Legends Universe magazine