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Grapefruit - 1969 - Deep Water

Grapefruit was a London-based British band of the late 1960s. Their brand of music was a typical late Sixties blend of rock, which they often fused with psychedelic effects such as phasers and vocoders, or classical arrangements. They were formed in 1967 as a result of John Perry meeting Terry Doran at Apple Publishing and Terry inputing Scottish-born singer and Bass guitarist George Alexander (born Alexander Young), a member of the talented Young family that also spawned his brothers George, the rhythm guitarist and founding member of The Easybeats and also Malcolm and Angus Young, both founding members of the Australian hard rock band, AC/DC. Alexander Young had chosen to remain in Britain when the rest of the Youngs emigrated to Australia. Alexander had played with The Bobby Patrick Six, with whom he toured Germany in the mid-1960s. Grapefruit's recording career spanned only two years, from late 1967 to the end of 1969. They released two albums (Around Grapefruit in 1968, Deep Water in 1969) and several singles, none of which made a significant impact on the charts. Grapefruit broke up in late 1969.

01 - Deep Water
02 - Can't Find Me
03 - Thunder And Lightning
04 - Lady Goodiva
05 - The Right Direction
06 - L.A. And Back Again
07 - Come Down To The Station
08 - A Dizzy Day
09 - Blues In Your Hand
10 - Time To Leave
11 - Sha-Sha
12 - Universal Party

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