October Cherries - Baby Blue FLAC album
During the late 60s and early 70s, The October Cherries were one of the most innovative local groups in Singapore and Malaysia
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The October Cherries were a late 1960s group from Singapore. The group was originally known as the Surfers, but changed their name to The October Cherries in 1968. They were influenced by The Beatles, and were popular in Malaysia and the Netherlands. Songs with strong psychedelic backgrounds included "Lay Down Your Love", "Dreamseller" and "Felicia". The group released several albums: Meet the October Cherries, recorded in 1969 was their first. The second album was Dreamseller.
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Baby Blue" is a song by the Welsh band Badfinger from their 1971 album, Straight Up. The song was written by Pete Ham, produced by Todd Rundgren, and released on Apple Records. In 2013, it was featured in the series finale of the television show Breaking Bad. As a result, the song charted in the UK for the first time, reaching No. 73. Ham wrote the song about a woman named Dixie Armstrong, whom he had dated during Badfinger's last US tour.
Listen to music from October Cherries like Kung Foo Fighting, Billy Don't Be a Hero & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from October Cherries. The October Cherries were a late sixties group from Singapore. Songs with strong psychedelic backgrounds include "Lay Down Your Love", "Dreamseller", "Felicia" and others.
Baby I love you 2. Baby Kiy 1. back number 3. BACK-ON . Hysteric Blue 6. I Don't Like Mondays.
October Cherries World Hits. Billy Don't Be a Hero. October Cherries World Hits. I'm Leaving It All Up to You. When Will I See You Again.
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