In the late '80s, the Lawes-Dallaston-Tuck-Pryce-Jones Rapiers hit the road as singer Freddie Garrity's Dreamers, yukking it behind the Merseybeat veteran (who passed away in 2006) on You Were Made for Me, I'm Telling You Now, If You Gotta Make a Fool of Somebody and other mid-'60s hits, even doing the requisite Freddie steps (no patch on Shads steps).
Lo and behold, three clips from a Holland performance have surfaced. Watching the act, I can't help but twitch as The Rapiers, professional as ever, seem to be on auto pilot, running at half throttle. Still, where else can you see Colin playing harmonica?
RAG! UPDATE: Rapier Dave Lawes chimes in: "I haven't seen these for years. The gig itself was for a TV show in front of a live audience of about 12,000 people, filmed just outside Amsterdam. We were on the bill with The Searchers, The Sweet and The Monkees. If you look carefully we are wearing pink tab collar shirts—the only time we wore anything other than white."