Watch this space for updates about The Vibratos' activities in general.
Over the past several months, we‘ve received many letters and e-mails asking us whether we have any more recording or live performances planned.
Since Tornado Alley was released, we’ve both been busy with various projects aside from the band. As you will know, Warren joined The Shadows on their successful European leg of ‘The Final Tour’ and, since then, has been writing and recording for various film and television projects for the UK and America. Dick has been involved in his usual engineering duties, which keep him tied up for fairly lengthy periods of time. With all this going on, and with many more projects for us both in the pipeline, we’ve decided to put The Vibratos on the back burner for the time being.
We’d like to thank everyone for their support of the band over the last few years, both in terms of CD sales, and at the various live shows in England and abroad. In particular, we’re very grateful to Mark Griffiths, Brian Bennett, Alan Hawkshaw, Dave Bishop, David Eyre, Dave Robinson and Derek Brown for their invaluable contributions to the band on recordings and in live performances.
The Ghost Of Old Compton Street is now out of stock and will not be re-pressed. If future demand makes it viable, we may make it available to download. There are, however, still some copies left of The Cappuccino Kid and Tornado Alley, so hurry up and get ordering while stocks last! Our EP’s and backing tracks are, as ever, still available through us and also from Leo’s Den.
So there you have it folks – and it was fun while it lasted! But, as the saying goes, ‘never say never’…….. and should the time come to start it up again, you’ll read it here first!
Cheerio for now.
Date last updated: 20/10/05