The Footsteps

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Neville Barries' group "The Footsteps" were a Christchurch pop trio which began recording in 1972  —  their line-up included Neville Barrie (Guitar/Vocals), John Clarke (Drums/Vocals) and Eric Robinson (Keyboards/Vocals).  They produced five singles on five different labels between 1972 and 1975.  Peter Gillette a former member of Peter Nelson and the Castaways as well as Chapta and Moviez, later replaced Eric Robinson on keyboards.  The five singles by the Footsteps were "Maybe"/"For You" in 1972, "Oh What A Day" backed with a Rob Guest song in 1973, "Christmas Time"/"Love Is All The Colours" in 1973, "Do You Care"/"Streaking" in 1974 and "Wrist Wrestling"/"Do You Care" in 1975.