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Released 23/03/09. The Peppermint Trolley Company sang the themes of both Love, American Style and the first season of The Brady Bunch. They once performed in front of an audience of 120,000. In addition, the band from Redlands, California recorded one of the most essential but sadly overlooked L.A. soft psych studio offerings ever. Reissued here for the first time ever is their glorious self-titled 1968 album, reminiscent of The Left Banke, The Association, and Buffalo Springfield.

Beautiful Sun features numerous arrangements by Chad, Stuart Of Chad & Jeremy, and a cameo performance by Roger Nichols on Trust, a song he co-wrote with Paul Williams. Also included is the Billboard Top 60 hit Baby You Come Rollin Cross My Mind. 16 bonus tracks round out this collection, including non-LP cuts, mono single mixes, and rare sides recorded under their earlier monikers, The Mark Five, The C Minors, And The Intercoms.

The full-colour, 16-page booklet also includes previously unpublished photos, and exhaustive liner notes that feature the participation of original band members.

Weight 200 kg


The Peppermint Trolley Company - I've Got To Be Going Baby You Come Rollin 'Cross My Mind I Remember Long Ago Put Your Burdens Down Reflections Beautiful Sun Trust Sunrise Free Pat's Song Fatal Fallacy Bonus Tracks- I’ M Through With You The Mark Five I’ll Keep On Trying The Mark Five Just A Little Feeling The C – Minors Don’t Go The C Minors Please Try And Understand The Intercoms Unabridged, Unadulterated, Unextraordinary, Ordinary, Mediocre, Unoriginality Blues The Intercoms She's The Kind Of Girl Little Miss Sunshine 9 O' Clock Business Man Baby You Come Rollin' Cross My Mind (Mono) Trust (Mono) I Remember Long Ago (Mono) Beautiful Sun (Mono) I’ve Got To Be Going (Mono) It's A Lazy Summer Day Blue Eyes


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