The Cyrkle - Red Rubber Ball / Turn-Down Day album FLAC
Red Rubber Ball" is a pop song written by Paul Simon and Bruce Woodley of The Seekers and recorded by The Cyrkle, whose version reached № 2 on the US Billboard Hot 100, and in South Africa and New Zealand. In Canada, the song reached № 1. "Red Rubber Ball" is sung from the perspective of a man who is exiting (or has recently exited) an unfulfilling relationship in which his significant other never gave him much attention or affection. He now looks forward to the future with a positive attitude.
Turn Down Day. The Cyrkle. Album Red Rubber Ball. Turn Down Day Lyrics. It's much too groovy a summer's day To waste running 'round in the city But here on the sand I can dream away Or look at the girls in their pretty It's a turn down day, nothin' on my mind It's a turn down day and I dig it There's nothing easier I can do Than lyin' around
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The Cyrkle was an American rock and roll band active in the early and mid-1960s. The group charted two Top 40 hits, "Red Rubber Ball," and "Turn-Down Day". The band was formed by guitarists and lead singers Don Dannemann and Tom Dawes (who also played bass guitar), who met while studying at Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania. Dannemann enlisted in the US Coast Guard in 1966. The other members were Earle Pickens on keyboards and Marty Fried on drums.
Red Rubber Ball is the debut album by The Cyrkle and was released in 1966, on Columbia Records CS 9344 (stereo) and CL 2544 (Mono) The album featured two singles: "Red Rubber Ball", which reached on the Billboard Hot 100, and "Turn-Down Day", which reached The song "Money to Burn" was later featured as the B-side to their 1966 single "Please Don't Ever Leave Me". Red Rubber Ball. Studio album by The Cyrkle.
Redirected from Turn Down Day). Turn-Down Day" is a song written by Jerry Keller and David Blume and performed by The Cyrkle. It reached on both the Billboard Hot 100 and the Canadian pop chart and also reached on the . Cashbox chart in 1966. The song was featured on their 1966 album, Red Rubber Ball. The song was produced by John Simon.
Complete your The Cyrkle collection. B. Turn-Down Day. Written-By – D. Blume, J. Keller.
Red Rubber Ball (1966). Turn Down Day. was covered in. Turn Down Day by Sketch Show (2002). Turn Down Day by Gary Lewis & the Playboys (1968). Turn Down Day by Enoch Light (1967). O Balão Vermelho (Red Rubber Ball) by Leno E Lilian (1966). Red Rubber Ball by The Diodes (1977). Red Rubber Ball by Neil Diamond (1966). see 3 more connections.
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|A||Red Rubber Ball
Written-By – B. Woodly*, P. Simon*
Written-By – D. Blume*, J. Keller*
- Producer – John Simon
|13-33103||The Cyrkle||Red Rubber Ball / Turn-Down Day (7", RE)||Columbia||13-33103||US||Unknown|
|21.632||The Cyrkle||Pelota De Goma Roja / El Dia Que Me Rechazaste (7", Single, Promo)||CBS||21.632||Argentina||1973|
|4-33103||The Cyrkle||Red Rubber Ball / Turn-Down Day (7", RE)||Columbia||4-33103||US||Unknown|
|4-33103||The Cyrkle||Red Rubber Ball / Turn-Down Day (7")||Columbia||4-33103||Canada||Unknown|
|4-33103||The Cyrkle||Red Rubber Ball / Turn-Down Day (7", Single, RE)||Columbia||4-33103||US||Unknown|