The Donkeys were a power pop band from WakefieldWest Yorkshire that consisted of Neil Ferguson lead guitar, vocalsDave Owen bass, backing vocalsMark Welham drums and Tony Ferguson rhythm guitar, backing vocals.
The Donkeys wrote their own material and both People Of The North - Various - Rocket Recordings 2006 Sampler of the first two singles were by Neil Ferguson. Then Dave Owen started to produce material that was issued as the remaining three singles, with Ferguson's compositions being used on the B-sides. The first disc contained the ten tracks that had formed the band's five singles, plus alternative versions of "Let's Float" and "Listen to Your Radio".
The second disc contained previously unreleased material, with 18 tracks by Ferguson or Owen they never collaborated plus live cover versions of " Please Please Me " and Strike Talks - The Donkeys - Television Anarchy Do You Wanna Dance? From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The topic of this article may not meet Wikipedia's notability guideline for music.
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