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Cmon Marianne - Grapefruit - Around Grapefruit (CD, Album)

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  1. Watch the video for C'mon Marianne from Grapefruit's Around Grapefruit for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  2. Great melodic songs, often reminding me of the great ballads from the Easybeats "Vigil" album. In fact the main song-writer in Grapefruit was George Young`s elder brother George Alexander (Alex Young). The band never made really made it big, as they deserved; but they did have minor hits with "Dear Delilah" and "C`mon Marianne".
  3. Sep 12,  · Most albums tend to grow on me over half a dozen playings but this one hit the spot right away and the more I hear it, the more I enjoy it. The band's finest moment, "Around Grapefruit" is pure pop just this side of psychedelia and if you like The Tremeloes' oeuvre or The Small Faces' "Ogden's Nut Gone Flake", then you are sure to enjoy this album/5(31).
  4. Album Around Grapefruit. C’mon Marianne Lyrics. Marianne Marianne Marianne C'mon Marianne It don't matter what people say It didn't happen that way She was a passing fling.
  5. Dec 23,  · A magnificent album all around. Not a single bad track. The Repertoire CD actually sound better than the Dunhill LP (US) have almost worn out. The follow up album "Deep Water" is a solid disappointment after this opus/5(12).
  6. Around Grapefruit, an Album by Grapefruit. Released in January on Dunhill (catalog no. DS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Psychedelic Pop.
  7. Like the fruit after it was named, Grapefruit's debut album was at times too sweet, but was on the whole a promising and worthy effort. Devoted almost wholly to songs written by leader George Alexander, the record featured tuneful, upbeat mid-tempo late-'60s British rock with good harmonies, creative ornate arrangements, and a very slight and very sunny psychedelic tinge.9/
  8. Around Grapefruit Grapefruit just missed the Top 20 with their first single, "Dear Delilah," with its lilting melody, uplifting harmonies, and creative use of orchestration and electronic phasing. A cover of the Four Seasons' "C'mon Marianne" just missed the Top Thirty, and although there were several other singles in and early

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