Los Bravos & Los Zebra.
​                                   Hold Tight!   we're off to Can Pastilla - Palma de Mallorca  - Spain.
Andy Anderson (The brother of Jon Anderson from The 'YES' Band) replaced 'Mike Kennedy, but after a while, things started to change. Andy and Miguel Vicente (Original Bass Player) both left the band and went living in Can Pastilla  a little town near Palma Mallorca - Wammy got a phone call! 
​Andy Anderson (El hermano de Jon Anderson de The 'YES' Band) reemplazó a Mike Kennedy, pero después de un tiempo, las cosas empezaron a cambiar. Andy y Miguel Vicente (Original del Bajista de Los Bravos) ambos dejaron la banda y se fueron a vivir a Can Pastilla, una pequeña ciudad cerca de Palma de Mallorca - Wammy recibió una llamada telefónica!

​​New Line Up. Left - to - right.

Tony (ANDY)Anderson - ex vocalist of Los Bravos -  Tony(ANDY) replaced Mike Kennedy in 1969?
Manolo Marie - Drummer.ex Z66. (R.I.P).
Miguel Vicence - original Bass Player from Los Bravos.
Juan Bibiloni - Guitar & Vocals.
​Yours truly - Dave Wammy Walmsley - Guitar & Vocals. Straight from Glastonbury 1971 Festival.
(Photo c/o Zaffiro/Novola - Pye international).  

After yet another 'Los Bravos' adventure, came a formation, which led on to 'Los Zebra' (Z66 + Los BRAVOS) = Los ZEBRA .  Pablo Gomez (The original 'Los Bravos' Drummer) stopped us using the name, which we ignored at the time.
​Barcelona Recording Studio Photo - Left to Right -
Wammy - Jon Anderson (from the 'YES' band - brother of Tony Anderson).
​Tony Anderson and finally Miguel Vicence (Original Bass Player of Los Bravos).
(Photo c/o Zaffiro/Novola - Pye international). 
 Then there were Four!
​¡Entonces había Cuatro!

 By now Tony's wife Eileen had an unforeseen accident and Tony (ANDY) left Spain and went with his 3  children to live on the Isle of Wight with his Mother, after which we re-vamped the band adding Alberto Candella on Bass. Together with Alberto, Juan and I took the vocal slot. Miguel Vicence, by now was the Manager.
(Photo c/o Zaffiro/Novola - Pye international).  
​Los Zebra 1974? - (Personnel L to R) - 

Juan Bibiloni -Manolo Marie - Miguel Vicence - 
Paco the Roadie and Wammy. (Tony is missing on this Photo).
(Photo c/o Pat  Walmsley). 
 Here's a rare photo - Taken at Bacomo in Can Pastilla Mallorca.
(Left to Right) Manolo Mari - Miguel Vicence (Original Los Bravos Bass Player) - Juan Bibiloni and Myself. 
(Photo c/o Pat  Walmsley)
Los Zebra - receiving the 'Critic Prize' for the Spanish Song Festival in 1971?

The song - 'Solo Aqui Pensando' - (Sittin' Here and Thinking) C/o Dave Wammy Walmsley, was written in London and adapted for the XV1 FESTIVAL ESPANOL DE LA CANCION. We were awarded
 the Critic prize.

(Photo c/o Zaffiro/Novola - Pye international).  
​  As Mary Hopkins sang -
​"Those were the days my friend I thought they'd never end"

​This photo was kindly sent to me - I think it was taken during the 'Live' television broadcast of 'Solo Aqui Pensando?' It was a long time ago.
 Left to Right - (Picture Sleeves of Released Singles). 

1.  This is a Happy Song/All been a Dream  -  A&B side c/o Dave Wammy Walmsley.
2.  Oh Daddy Oh Mama./Escribeme Laura  - A side c/o Ivor Raymonde, (Director/Producer of Decca Records) -
    B side c/o Dave Wammy Walmsley.

3.  Carolina Girl /A Step in the Right Direction - A side c/o Dave Wammy Walmsley. B side c/o Ivor Raymonde,
​(Director/Producer of Decca Records)

Left to right

1.  Hey Girl/To Dream on - A side c/o Mc Intosh /B side Dave Wammy Walmsley. -   
2.  Solo Aqui Pensando/La Vida es como La Vives - A side c/o Dave Wammy Walmsley.
​    B side c/o Ivor Raymonde, (Director/Producer of Decca Records. 
 www.youtube solo aqui pensando

3.  I've Made my Mind Up/Bye Bye Baby - Songs c/o Juan Bibiloni. c/o Novola - Zaffiro - a subsidary of PYE International, SPAIN.

I recently recovered three more Zebra photos -

We were asked to do some 'LIVE' recordings for (Radio Popular in Mallorca) which were broadcasted throughout the whole of Spain.
Dave Wammy Walmsley - Manolo Mari (Rip) - Alberto Candella & Juan Bibiloni.

 Barbarela's in Palma Mallorca- We played to a capacaty audience every Sunday afternoon.