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Cherry People


A past due-’60s pop group with an overtly business, AM radio-directed audio, similar sometimes to items done by the Turtles or Still left Banke, but very much chirpier, just like a somewhat less bubblegummy variant of the Cuff Links (“Tracy”). Small of their materials was self-penned, and their self-titled recording isn’t even suggested to connoisseurs of the sort of stuff.

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Full Name The Cherry People
Music Songs And Suddenly, I'm the One Who Loves You, On To Something New, Don't Hang Me Up Girl, Girl On the Subway, Nobody's Perfect, Light of Love, Ask the Children, WHOOPIN' & AWHOPPIN', Mr Hyde, DO YOU NEED ME?, Memories of You, Do Something To Me, Softly Slowly, Down at the Creek, How Many Ways, MILD AMBROSIA, JOIN THE GLORY, LOOK WHAT THEY'VE DONE TO YOUR SON MOM, When I'm Aound Her, IT'S YOU, MISTY MOUNTAINS, Earth Party, Imagination, YOU SAY TO ME, Feelings, LIVIN' AIN'T EASY, Holding On, We Bring You the Light, GEORGIA GIRL, TUESDAY MORNING, SUPERMAN
Albums Nobody's Perfect, Whoopin' & Awhoppin'

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