October Cherries

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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.[1] 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".

Albums[edit]

The group released several albums:

  • Meet the October Cherries, recorded in 1969 was their first.
  • The second album was Dreamseller.

Two other non-psychedelic albums that followed were:

  • Funkgus I - Man with a Gun
  • Funkgus I I.

Solo albums[edit]

Solo albums by the group vocalists recorded at the Old Baal Studies in London, England were:

  • Baking Hot
  • Manhattan Skyline

References[edit]

  1. ^ Interview, Ear Candy Mag

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