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The True Tones St James Bristol BS7 1960




The True Tones St James Bristol BS7 1960





Sounds of the Sixties

Photo above: The True Tones 1960. Photograph Published with the kind permission of Ian Haddrell.

This photograph is from a collection associated with St James Church, & Youth Club, Lockleaze, Bristol BS7. The Passion Play "A Man Dies" was a controversial play, since it portrayed a religious event in what was then a very modern setting. The whole idea of the events leading up to the Crucifixion being portrayed by a bunch of spotty teenagers singing to 1960’s rock and roll tunes and dancing the sexually suggestive jive, just didn’t sit well with some.

The True Tones’, comprising Richard Smith on vocals, Michael Gwilliam (Lead Guitar), Jeff Donadel (Rhythm Guitar), Ron Cooper (Drums) and Andy Reynolds (Tea Chest Bass). Richard Smith and Mike Gwilliam wrote the music to the lyrics provided by Ernest Marvin and Ewan Hooper. The performance in 1960, with Kenneth Maughan playing the part of Christ, was played to a full church hall for a week.

This photograph is from a collection associated with the version of the passion play, produced in the sixties, called ‘A Man Dies’. The group played the music when the play was performed at the Colston Hall in 1966. Prior to that The Strangers were the musicians with Ricky Forde and before him Richard the lead male vocals. Local girl Valerie Mountain was the lead female vocalist throughout, from 1960 to 1966.

"A Man Dies": rock passion play produced by the St James Church, & Youth Club, Lockleaze, Bristol at Colston Hall and Royal Albert Hall"

Britain’s Musical Passion Plays

Built by the Presbyterian Church in the 1950s after the demolishing of a church in the centre of Bristol. Had a large local following under the charismatic ministry of Rev Ernest Marvin in the 1960s. The adjacent Church Hall, since sold to the Community Association to replace the Community Centre on Gainsborough Square that had to be pulled down, was once a thriving centre for the youth of the church and for special church events.

The first of Britain’s Musical Passion Plays, “A Man Dies” was produced by the membership of this church and played at the Royal Albert Hall, and became the forerunner to later productions like “Joseph and his amazing Multicolour Dreamcoat” and “Jesus Christ Superstar”.

A church in South Chard Somerset had been very influential in the Charismatic movement in the UK and overseas in the 1960’s and 1970’s. From the work at Chard a group lead by S.J.Morris (”Don”) formed a fellowship in Bristol. From meeting in homes and the Grange at Almondsbury this fellowship met at St James’ from 1975 for 25 years. The church meeting here took the name “Lockleaze Christian Fellowship”.

St James remained their home until early 2001, when it was transferred to a local church trust to begin a new work, reaching the local community and building on the faithful work and prayers of those involved in it’s history.

The local church trust has placed responsibility for the development of the work here with Ebenezer Church, Filton Avenue, Horfield.

From 2001 until June 2005, Ebenezer Church have used to building to become a centre of community work in Lockleaze, with a variety of initiatives including - large community action projects under the banner of ‘The Noise’, children’s holiday clubs, Alpha courses, carol services, etc. Also the building has been used by many different community groups for meetings, cookery clubs, birthday parties, gardening clubs, etc. St James Church has become a ‘hub in the community’ and the future of the work here will be lead by Dave Jeal and his team, .











Sounds of the Sixties 1961




Sounds of the Sixties 1961





Sounds of the Sixties

Photo above: Smith, Gwilliam, Keith and Bob Harris. Rehearsal St James Church, Lockleaze, Bristol. BS7 1961. Photograph Published with the kind permission of Ian Haddrell.

This photograph is from a collection associated with the version of the passion play, produced in the sixties, called ‘A Man Dies’. The group played the music when the play was performed at the Colston Hall in 1966. Prior to that The Strangers were the musicians with Ricky Forde and before him Richard the lead male vocals. Local girl Valerie Mountain was the lead female vocalist throughout, from 1960 to 1966.

"A Man Dies": rock passion play produced by the St James Church, & Youth Club, Lockleaze, Bristol at Colston Hall and Royal Albert Hall"

Britain’s Musical Passion Plays

Built by the Presbyterian Church in the 1950s after the demolishing of a church in the centre of Bristol. Had a large local following under the charismatic ministry of Rev Ernest Marvin in the 1960s. The adjacent Church Hall, since sold to the Community Association to replace the Community Centre on Gainsborough Square that had to be pulled down, was once a thriving centre for the youth of the church and for special church events.

The first of Britain’s Musical Passion Plays, “A Man Dies” was produced by the membership of this church and played at the Royal Albert Hall, and became the forerunner to later productions like “Joseph and his amazing Multicolour Dreamcoat” and “Jesus Christ Superstar”.

A church in South Chard Somerset had been very influential in the Charismatic movement in the UK and overseas in the 1960’s and 1970’s. From the work at Chard a group lead by S.J.Morris (”Don”) formed a fellowship in Bristol. From meeting in homes and the Grange at Almondsbury this fellowship met at St James’ from 1975 for 25 years. The church meeting here took the name “Lockleaze Christian Fellowship”.

St James remained their home until early 2001, when it was transferred to a local church trust to begin a new work, reaching the local community and building on the faithful work and prayers of those involved in it’s history.

The local church trust has placed responsibility for the development of the work here with Ebenezer Church, Filton Avenue, Horfield.

From 2001 until June 2005, Ebenezer Church have used to building to become a centre of community work in Lockleaze, with a variety of initiatives including - large community action projects under the banner of ‘The Noise’, children’s holiday clubs, Alpha courses, carol services, etc. Also the building has been used by many different community groups for meetings, cookery clubs, birthday parties, gardening clubs, etc. St James Church has become a ‘hub in the community’ and the future of the work here will be lead by Dave Jeal and his team, .









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