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  • Vinyl
  • Label: DECCA
  • ASIN: B004128UQY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By GretschViking on July 5, 2006
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This is a nice CD. It never ceases to amaze me just how many great songs have been overlooked. In 1969, the Peppermint Rainbow had their hit with the tasty "Will You Be Staying After Sunday" but to me the real "find" is their first single which was completely ignored by the public: "Walking In Different Circles". They just do NOT write catchy tunes like that anymore. One of the problems this band had was the fact that they 'hit' in 1969 and not 1967. Had they arrived during the summer of love they surely would have won more hearts as they have that distinctive Mamas & Papas/Spanky & Our Gang sound. They were produced by Paul Leka of the Lemon Pipers fame and many of the tracks featured on this CD have the same feel/production as the tunes on the Pipers LP's. In fact-and I love this, the Peppermint Rainbow used the original 1967 Lemon Pipers backing track of "Green Tambourine" for their own rendition. Very interesting! If you are a collector, the mere fact that this is featured is the perfect reason to buy the CD. This album features some tight harmonies and soaring melodies. There are some hidden classics here.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Hugo on April 18, 2009
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I'm a huge fan of this group, and they are one of the most alluring mysteries in Pop Music. I found this in Style Magazine and decided to repost for all fans: >PEPPERMINT RAINBOW
Carole King may have asked "Will you still love me tomorrow?" but Baltimore's Peppermint Rainbow was a bit more specific. The band's sunny pop single "Will You Be Staying After Sunday/ If We Can Make it to Monday" reached No. 32 on the Billboard charts in 1969 amidst the Beatles' "Get Back" and debut singles by the Chicago Transit Authority and Three Dog Night. The tune, written by Al Kasha and Paul Leka, who had just scored a No. 1 hit in writing "Green Tambourine" for the Lemon Pipers, featured the rich vocal harmonies of Bonnie Lamdin (who sounds like a dead ringer for Spanky McFarlane on this cut) and her sister, Pat, and the backing efforts of a trio of guys-- Tony Carey on drums, Doug Lewis on lead guitar and Skip Harris on bass.

Discovered by another Baltimorean-- Mama Cass Elliot-- in a Georgetown club, the group went from a low point of sharing one loaf of bread and a package of bologna five ways to brief fame touring the country with The 5th Dimension, Gary Puckett and the Union Gap, Sly and the Family Stone, even the ukulele-playing Tiny Tim. Lead singer Bonnie Lamdin Phipps remembers Peppermint Rainbow's audition for the "Dinah Shore Show"-- in Dinah Shore's living room-- and how Shore's influence got the band invited to perform on the "Mike Douglas Show." ("I still have the tape," she says fondly.)

Peppermint Rainbow released only one album, "Will You Be Staying After Sunday," which just missed making Billboard's Top 100 albums chart in 1969.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By J. A. Giotto on November 5, 2006
Format: Audio CD
It's about time somebody offered this group on compact disc. Bubblegum? Yes, but the title track, "Will You Be Staying After Sunday," is a gem. In fact, the Peppermint Rainbow deliver all of these tracks without a hint of corporate manufacture. "Walking in Different Circles" is another fine track, also recorded with a soulful approach by Goldie and the Gingerbreads in 1967. Don't pass up this infectious disc.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Steven Fering on February 21, 2009
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I got my first record player in 1969 for Christmas along with 10 record albums. This was one of them and was my favorite. It compares favorably to the girl/boy groups of the 60's such as the Mamas and the Papas, Fifth Dimension, etc. Sunshine pop indeed! The tunes are bright and melodic with toothsome harmonies. I turned a friend on to this album years ago, and since he was a harpsicord player he really dug Jamais and And I'll Be There, both on side 1 of the record. Thankfully the three songs they recorded for singles after the album are here too, and in stereo. Having all the rest of their singles as bonus tracks is nice but not vital as they appear to be exact copies of what is on the album. I don't apply the word 'bubblegum' to this music; I think that is an overused adjective to describe much of the pop music made during the late 60's; and it probably would have been used to describe the Mamas and the Papas had they made their music 1969. Sunshine pop is acurate enough for the music and songs on this album, and the way they make me feel. Steve
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By charlie bear on November 5, 2008
Format: Audio CD
NOTE: I am reviewing the 2008 REV-OLA IMPORT version of this release.
It has 3 bonus tracks and has far superior packaging and sound than the Collector's Choice version.
THIS IS THE VERSION YOU WANT!!

Even though The Peppermint Rainbow had a Top 40 hit in 1969 with "Will You Be Staying After Sunday", this LP didn't even sell 10,000 copies back in the day. It was the public's loss because this release is full of cream of the crop sunshine pop. Certainly, a couple of things contributed to the failure-

1. Timing. It came a year or two late...the groovy Mama's & Papa's / Spanky & Our Gang sound was past peak.

2. The Cheese Factor. The Album cover was about as cheesy and low budget as you can get.

Highlights include-
The title track, the follow up single "Don't Wake Me Up in The Morning Michael", "And I'll Be There", "Walking in Different Circles", "Green Tambourine" (nearly identical to the Lemon Pipers version) "Pink Lemonade" and "You're The Sound of Love" which only appears on the import version.

If you're a Sunshine Pop collector, this is essential.
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