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The Fourmost

The Fourmost were a British merseybeat band from the 1960s. They, like many similar bands from Liverpool, signed with Brian Epstein in 1963 and ended up on the Parlophone label, with George Martin as record producer.

With some John Lennon-Paul McCartney compositions, the Fourmost had some success. Their biggest hit was "A Little Lovin'" (#6 in Britain in 1964). After that, though, the lack of a songwriter within the band kept the Fourmost from achieving the same popularity that the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and others achieved during the late 1960s, and they soon stopped recording, instead touring on the cabaret circuit.

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