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Fickle Pickle

Fickle Pickle was an early- ’70s music group that was area of the Morgan Studios orbit, along with such rings as Orange Bike and the Smoke cigarettes. Indeed, a lot of Fickle Pickle’s lineup was done by ex-members of both of these rings, including Geoff Gill, Cliff Wade (an associate from the short-lived early- ’70s edition of the Smoke cigarettes), and can Malone, plus ex-Jude member Steve Howden, with Denny Beckerman sometimes augmenting their lineup. They documented a small amount of singles in the first 1970s, including a cover of Don McLean’s “American Pie,” and appreciated popular in holland with their edition of “Probably I’m Surprised.”

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