However, their next singles "One More Time", selected by Phil Solomon, fell through - according to Billy Harrison, because it never represented a singular work.
In July 1965 British percussionist Terry Noon and Scots leading electrician Joe Baldi (née Joseph Baldi, 10 March 1943, in La Spezia, Italy) joined, but they went in September. Them Again, her second record, was published in January 1966 in Great Britain and in April 1966 in the USA.
At the end of August 1965, Billy Harrison and Pat McAuley founded a competitor, Them, which competed with the Morrison/Henderson cast and led to litigation. In March 1966 the latter received the name right, while the former, now without Harrison but with Pat's sibling Jackie McAuley (nee John McAuley, December 14, 1946, in Coleraine, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland; ex-Them, ex-Kult), could only call herself "Other Them" in the USA.
K. McAuley became the Belfast Gypsies (or Gypsies) without being officially recognised as such, and record two single albums on Island Records (one of them published under the name Freaks of Nature) and an exclusively Swedish record, all of which were made by Kim Fowley. After touring Europe under the name Them and releasing a France based European record under that name, they split up in November 1966.
Belfast, Kenny McDowell (née Kenneth McDowell, December 21, 1944, Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland) (ex-Mad Lads) was the leader of the band and toured the USA at the beginning of 1967 at the request of Ray Ruff. Now and Them and Time Out!
that experimented with psychological music. Then Jim Armstrong and Kenny McDowell went back to Belfast to play as Sk'boo (Armstrong, McDowell and Ray Elliot met again in 1969 as "Truth" in Chicago and produced a series of demo and sound tracks that were later published as Of Them And Other Tales).
Since then Henderson has engaged sessions for two more albums for Ray Ruff's Happy Tiger Record, in a kind of Hardrock with rural and Folkelements; Them (1970) with Jerry Cole as guitars and Them In Reality (1971) with Jim Parker as leads and John Stark as drums (both ex-Küche Cinq). 32 ] These labor were taken up with apathy by consumers and disbanded in 1972.
In 1979 Alan Henderson, Billy Harrison and Eric Wrixon met again, without Morrison, recorded another record, Shout Your Mouth and went on a German concert touring with Billy Bell on drum and Mel Austin as singer. Wrixon has been touring since the 90s under the name "Them the Belfast Blues Band", which once included former guitars Jim Armstrong and Billy Harrison.
1964-1967 - (2015), The Complete Them, legacies; contains 69 songs on 3 CDs with Van Morrison. Gloria's Dream - Gloria's Dream / Secret Police / Aria (misspelled Aira) Of The Fallen Angels / The Crazy World Inside Me - (1967, France only), Disques Vogue INT18079 (two releases were published with the same work, except for the name of the volume and the same serial number, the first was attributed to them and the second to the Belfast Gypsies).
Porsche Town - Portland Town / It's All Over Now, Baby Blue / Midnight Train and The Gorilla - (1967, nur Frankreich), Disques Vogue INT18135 (Belfast Gypsies crédité comme'Them'). Returned on September 19, 2014. New Rolling Stone Album Guide. "This biography on all music.com." Returned on July 1, 2011. Archives from the originals on 28 September 2008.
Returned on September 11, 2008. NARRATOR : " L'histoire de Van Morrison ". Returned on July 2, 2011. Returned on August 7, 2008. Brought back on October 25, 2008. A brief real Belfast gypsy tale. Archives from the originals on 18 July 2011. Returned on March 25, 2010. You and now. Brought back on October 25, 2008.
Brought back on October 23, 2008. Brought back on October 12, 2010. Brought back on April 8, 2007. The Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs of All Time". Returned on May 22, 2010. Loma 2051: The Gypsies of Belfast - Secret Policemen / Gloria's Perfect Dream". Bounced 2014-05-15. Belfast Gypsies - Portland City / Guys, let's go crazy.