Ashton, Gardner, Dyke

(l-r): Kim Gardner, Mick Liber, Tony AshtonAshton, Gardner and Dyke were a British rock trio, most popular in the early 1970s. They are best remembered for their song, “Resurrection Shuffle”, a transatlantic Top 40 success in 1971. However, this success finally left them known as one-hit wonders. Founding band member, Tony Ashton first met the drummer Roy Dyke, when playing with various Blackpool based groups. Ashton was invited to join the Liverpool beat group, The Remo Four as organist/vocalist, whilst Roy Dyke became the group’s drummer, having joined them in 1963. Their best work came in 1966 when they released their album Smile! Before their break-up in 1968, they backed George Harrison on his album Wonderwall Music. Harrison later played guitar on their song “I’m Your Spiritual Breadman”. See for more.

Resurrection Shuffle

Rolling Home

Let It Roll

You, Me and a Friend of Mine (Remastered)

I’m Your Spiritual Breadman

Hymn To Everyone

Ballad Of The Remo Four

The Falling Song (Remastered)

What A Bloody Long Day It’s Been

New York Mining Disaster 1941

Momma’s Getting Married (Remastered)

Maiden Voyage

Ashton, Gardner & Dyke 1969 Full Album

Let It Roll – Live 1971 Full Album

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