Band Name Outrageous Cherry. Album Name I Believe in Sunshine. 1. I Believe in Sunshine. Total playing time: 05:46. Other productions from Outrageous Cherry. The Digital Age. Seemingly Solid Reality.
Outrageous Cherry is an American psychedelic pop, power pop band from Detroit, Michigan, United States. Outrageous Cherry formed in 1991, and soon expanded to a four-piece after performing live in 1993. The group has released 12 albums, the most recent being 2014's The Digital Age. Larry Ray, the band's guitarist, died at the age of 63 from lung cancer on October 24, 2017. Matthew Smith - vocals, guitar. Colleen Burke - bass. Chad Gilchrist - bass.
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Sunshine Superman is the third album from British singer-songwriter Donovan. It was released in the US in September 1966, but was not released in the UK because of a contractual dispute. In June 1967, a compilation of the Sunshine Superman and Mellow Yellow albums was released as Sunshine Superman in the UK. Sunshine Superman was named after Donovan's hit single released in the US in July 1966
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Sunshine Games – Music Explosion (1967). Sunshine Man – Mac Curtis (1968). Sunshine In The Shade – The Fixx (1984). Sunshine Lollipops & Rainbows – Lesley Gore (1965). Sunshine Of My World – Dallas Frazier (1968).
I Believe in Father Christmas is a song by English musician Greg Lake with lyrics by Peter Sinfield. Although it is often categorised as a Christmas song, this was not Lake’s intention. He said that he wrote the song in protest at the commercialisation of Christmas. Christmas was a time of family warmth and love. There was a feeling of forgiveness, acceptance. And I do believe in Father Christmas. Sinfield described the song as a picture-postcard Christmas, with morbid edges.
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