|A1||Have I The Right|
|A3||Once You Know|
|A4||(Just A) Face In The Crowd|
|B1||That's The Way|
|B2||I Want To Be Free|
|B4||Without You It Is Night|
|DOW 16||The Honeycombs||Meek And Honey (10", Comp)||PRT||DOW 16||UK||1983|
The Honeycombs were an English beat/pop group, founded in 1963 in North London, best known for their chart-topping 1964 hit, the million selling "Have I the Right?" The band featured Honey Lantree on drums, one of the few female drummers in bands at that time. The original group members were: Denis D'Ell (born Denis James Dalziel, 10 October 1943, Whitechapel, East London; died of cancer 6 July 2005) – lead singer and harmonica player.
The Honeycombs, with Honey Lantree at center, in 1964 The cause was breast cancer. Lantree, one of very few female drummers in the early days of rock ‘n’ roll, was 75. The Honeycombs’ Joe Meek-produced single Have I the Right?, which peaked at 1 in the . on the Pye label) and in the United States (on the independent Interphon label) in late 1964, was the group’s only top 10 hit in either country. Honey and John Lantree formed a new Honeycombs but with success evading them, they split for good in 1967, following the suicide of Meek. Attempts by some members (including Honey) to re-form the band in the ’90s went nowhere.
Milk and Honey is the sixth and final album by John Lennon and Yoko Ono released in 1984. Following the compilation The John Lennon Collection, it is Lennon's eighth and final studio album, and the first posthumous release of new Lennon music, having been recorded in the last months of his life during and following the sessions for his 1980 album Double Fantasy. It was assembled by Yoko Ono in association with the Geffen label.
Honey Lantree of the Honeycombs in performance in 1964, the year the group’s first and biggest hit, Have I the Right? was released. They recorded Have I the Right? in Mr. Meek’s studio. The Honeycombs appeared on television and released their first album, called simply The Honeycombs, in 1964. Some journalists accused the group of using Ms. Lantree, who dressed stylishly and sported a beehive hairdo, as a gimmick
The Honeycombs – The Honeycombs. Label: Pye Records – NPL-30050. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono. Drums – Honey Lantree. Lead Guitar – Allan Ward. Liner Notes – Howard Blaikley, Joe Meek. Rhythm Guitar – Martin Murray. Vocals – Dennis D'Ell.
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Honey, as she was happy to be rebranded, played alongside her elder brother John (bass guitar), while Denis D’Ell contributed distinctive vocals. She underlined her vocal prowess by taking the lead on Something I Got To Tell You on their second album, All Systems – Go! The Honeycombs first made personnel changes then disbanded in 1967, having already been left behind by changing musical trends. In the 1990s – by which time Karen Carpenter, Meg White (White Stripes), Sandy West (Runaways), Debbi Peterson (Bangles) and Gina Schock (Go-Go’s) had followed Lantree’s pioneering role as a female drummer – she participated in a reunion of the Have I the Right? lineup but said they couldn’t do it any more after. D’Ell’s death in 2005.
A bit over three years later, Yoko Ono issued tapes of many of the songs planned for that album under the title Milk and Honey, laid out in the same John-Yoko-John-Yoko dialogue fashion as its predecessor
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