Neol Davies (born in 1952)

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Neol Davies (born 26 April 1952) is a musician, composer and original member and founder of the British ska group, The Selecter.Born in Coventry, Davies wrote the instrumental tune "The Selecter" from which the band got their name in 1979. It was a double A side with "Gangsters" by Special AKA which was the first 2 Tone Records single and reached 6 in the UK charts in July 1979. Davies formed the seven piece band The Selecter and wrote their hit songs "On My Radio", "Missing Words", "Three Minute Hero" and "The Whisper".

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