In early 66 the Searchers were in a rather desperate condition. It was clear now that their days of hit records were over. The following interview allows you to take a deep look into what the Searchers thought about their recording career then. (Thanks toTerrry for the interview)




Same theme, read this article from Disc, published in 1966:
The lack of success was probabely one of the many reasons why Chris Curtis left the group. As he was the regarded leader of the the group his departure was a catastrophe for group. He was the spokesman on stage, but what was more important: he was their musical leader. So it was much harder for them to lose Chris than Tony two years ago. (Read more about in Frank’s book: Traveling Man). Here are a snippets from the press: