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The Shadows - Apache (1964) "Apache" is a much-recorded instrumental written by Jerry Lordan. The original version was by Bert Weedon, but Lordan did not like the version. The British group the Shadows, recorded in June 1960 and released the next month. It topped the UK Singles Chart for five weeks. The recording was done at the EMI Abbey Road Studio in London. Singer-guitarist Joe Brown had bought an Italian-built guitar echo chamber that he did not like and gave it to Hank Marvin, who developed a distinctive sound using it and the tremolo arm of his Fender Stratocaster. Bruce Welchborrowed an acoustic Gibson J200 guitar from Cliff Richard, the heavy melodic bass was by Jet Harris, percussion was by Tony Meehan and Cliff Richard, who played a Chinese drum at the beginning and end to provide an atmosphere of stereotypically Native American music.