Rob Clarke and The Wooltones - Wooltone Yes!
Are You Wooltoned? single cover - Rob Clarke and The Wooltones -http://www.robclarkeandthewooltones.co.uk       
Wooltone Party - Rob Clarke and The Wooltones -http://www.robclarkeandthewooltones.co.uk....The Sound of Wooltone for your listening enjoyment 

----Drums Pepe Hoonose--- Bass GP Chesters ---Guitar vocals Rob Clarke




 Feels like a single!
Sounds like a single!


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'Woolton may be known hitherto for its retirement homes, swimming baths and irresponsible conservatory home improvements'. 

Are You Wooltoned? cd single - Rob Clarke and The Wooltones -http://www.robclarkeandthewooltones.co.uk'But now, with a similar wild enthusiasm, the city’s brightest, newest hit parade headliners take their first steps from the Mersey Tunnel to the Pier Head, and across the world and beyond with Are You Wooltoned? a driving foot tapper with all the punch and liveliness you could ask for, and the beguiling transcendent Colours (of the Sun)'. 
Wooltone Banner - Rob Clarke and The Wooltones -http://www.robclarkeandthewooltones.co.uk

....About Wooltone

Wooltone phonebox - maxi advert - Rob Clarke and The Wooltones -http://www.robclarkeandthewooltones.co.ukSinger and songwriter Rob Clarke first met the Wooltones when both acts were on the same bill for a concert to help a landmark local cinema in Woolton, Liverpool. 

The cinema (later saved) was in danger of closing and Rob played a folk song he had written specifically, called 'Save Woolton Cinema' and was later impressed by the intense psychedelic grunt and garage explorations of the appropriately named Wooltones.


Shallow Hollow Live Rehearsal no4 studios Feb 2012
Rob Clarke and The Wooltones
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Under the name Rob Clarke & the Wooltones a download single ‘End of the End/Tracey Emin’s Blues’ and a psychedelic reworking of the late sixties/early seventies Clouds classic ‘Mind of a Child’ and Hollies 'Stop Right There' were recorded in the garage of Brian Epstein's mum's bungalow.

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By chance, all the musicians were born within a mile of Woolton Church, home of the Beatles first steps in music- it’s not stretching the writer's imagination to think the Beatles might also have thought about using the same Wooltone name. 

Roger Wooltone- Smith - Rob Clarke and The Wooltones -http://www.robclarkeandthewooltones.co.ukTechnical guru Roger Wooltone-Smith designs and builds the group’s own distinctive ‘Wooltone’ equipment in his flat above a local newsagent.

Wooltone schematic - Rob Clarke and The Wooltones -http://www.robclarkeandthewooltones.co.uk
Wooltone workshop - Rob Clarke and The Wooltones -http://www.robclarkeandthewooltones.co.uk





He custom assembles all the group's amplifiers, using a dwindling stock of sixties parts he rescued when a nearby electrics company folded in the nineties. 

Wooltone load in - Rob Clarke and The Wooltones-http://www.robclarkeandthewooltones.co.uk
You can hear the Wooltones psychedelic leanings combine with Rob's electric folk here and at:


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