CLIFF BENNETT AND THE REBEL ROUSERS
In 1957 Bennett put together the first version of the Rebel Rousers, who were good enough to attract the attention of audio engineer and aspiring record producer Joe Meek, with whom they recorded several singles that were leased to Parlophone. Bennett continued recording for Parlophone, including cover versions of "You've Really Got a Hold on Me" and "Got My Mojo Working", but failed to make any impact.
They were signed by Brian Epstein to a management contract in September 1964 and their seventh release, "One Way Love" (written by Bert Berns and Jerry Ragovoy under their pseudonyms Bert Russell and Norman Meade) b/w "Slow Down", finally charted soon after.
The record's reference comes straight from Page's official web site:
|27 Mar 1964||Got My Mojo Working / Beautiful Dreamer||Cliff Bennett and the Rebel Rousers|