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The Peppermint Trolley Company was an American band of the sunshine pop genre, credited with singing the Brady Bunch theme song in the show's first season. While the instrumental music track was indeed performed by the Peppermint Trolley Company, the vocals were actually sung by studio singers Paul Parish, John Beland and Lois Fletcher. Formed in Redlands, California in 1967, Peppermint Trolley Company released one album and five singles on the Acta label. The original line-up included Jimmy Faragher (vocals, bass, guitar), Danny Faragher (vocals, keyboards), Casey Cunningham (drums) and Greg Tornquist (guitar, vocals). In 1969, Danny, Jimmy, Casey and Greg left their contract with Acta to form the rock/soul group Bones. Acta continued to release records under the Peppermint Trolley Company name with a replacement group that featured Bob Cheevers.

01 - I've Got To Be Going
02 - Baby You Come Rollin' 'cross My Mind
03 - I Remember Long Ago
04 - Put Your Burden Down
05 - Reflections (On A Universal Theme)
06 - Beautiful Sun
07 - Trust
08 - Sunrise
09 - Free
10 - Pat's Song
11 - Fatal Fallacy
12 - Bored To Tears
13 - 9 O'clock Buisness Man

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The Love Generation was an American pop rock band founded by brothers John Bahler and Tom Bahler. The group was active from 1967 to 1969. John and Tom were vocalists in the Imperial Records stable; they were part of the Ron Hicklin Singers. Two of the songs from The Love Generation were used in the pilot episode of The Partridge Family. The original lineup consisted of Mitch Gordon, Jimmy Wasson, Marilyn Miller, Annie White and the Bahler brothers. The Love Generation was a studio band and did not tour.

01 - Montage From How Sweet It Is (I Knew That You Knew)
02 - Let The Good Times In
03 - I Keep On Talking
04 - Love And Sunshine
05 - A Touch Of Love
06 - Candy
07 - Love Is A Rainy Sunday
08 - The Pill
09 - Sunrise Highway
10 - Magic Land
11 - You
12 - Consciousness Expansion

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Sunshine pop cult favorites Eternity's Children were formed in Cleveland, MS, in 1965 by singer/keyboardist Bruce Blackman and drummer Roy Whittaker, fellow students at Delta College. With the addition of lead guitarist Johnny Walker, rhythm guitarist Jerry Bounds, and bassist Charlie Ross, the group (originally dubbed the Phantoms) began developing the complex, overlapping vocal harmonies that remained the hallmark of their sound throughout their career.

01 - Again Again
02 - Rupert White
03 - Flowers
04 - My Happiness Day
05 - Lifetime Day
06 - Mrs. Bluebird
07 - Your World
08 - You Know I've Found A Way
09 - Little Boy
10 - Sunshine Among Us
11 - I Wanna Be With You
12 - Nature's Child
13 - The Other Side Of Me
14 - Look Away
15 - Christina In My Dreams
16 - Sunshine And Flowers
17 - Till I Hear It From You
18 - Get Outta Here
19 - Gypsy Minstrel Man
20 - The Thinking Animal
21 - From You Unto Us
22 - Alone Again
23 - Blue Horizon
24 - The Sidewalks Of The Ghetto
25 - When The World Turns

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Euphoria was a short-lived band from 1968 to 1969, consisting of Roger Penney, on electric autoharp, Wendy Penney, on Bass guitar, Tom Pacheco, on Acoustic Guitar, and Sharon Alexander. Roger and Wendy were a folk duo performing in Greenwich Village, using the names Roger Becket and Wendy Becket. Euphoria is generally regarded as a sunshine pop group.

01 - There Is Now
02 - What A Day
03 - Seldom Seen Slim
04 - Sun And Shadow
05 - Sitting In A Rockin' Chair
06 - Ride The Magic Carpet
07 - You Must Forget
08 - Tucson
09 - Calm Down
10 - Sleep
11 - Walkin' Thru' The City

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A sunshine pop styled group, inspired by The Free Design and produced by Harold Battiste.
Maybe a session studio players group, usual in sunshine pop music.

01 - Close Your Eyes
02 - Topanga Canyon
03 - My Bag
04 - Bright Spectrum Of Colors
05 - All Day Long
06 - Feeling Kinda Sunday
07 - Little Sister
08 - I Wish That I Knew
09 - It's So Good To Be Happy
10 - Something Beautiful Happened

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Views: 1190 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-05-06



The pop-folk group Cashman, Pistilli and West was formed in 1967, by Terry Cashman, Gene Pistilli and Tommy West. Their successful debut album, Bound to Happen (1967) included the Cashman and Pistilli composition "Sunday Will Never Be the Same", a hit for Spanky and Our Gang which reached #9 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1967. Cashman, Pistilli and West enjoyed modest success, recording 6 albums before disbanding in 1975. In the fall of 1972, Cashman & West's song, "American City Suite" hit number 27 on Billboard's Top-Forty chart.

01 - Some Of My Best Friends Are People
02 - Sandy When She's Sleepin'
03 - The Feelin' That I Get
04 - Nothin' Else On My Mind
05 - Oscurita
06 - Sausalito
07 - The Next Gril That I Marry
08 - Vespers
09 - Richard And Me
10 - Signs
11 - The People Of The City

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Views: 2348 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-05-06

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