RARE BEAT - GARAGE ROCK AND PSYCHEDELIC
ORANGE BICYCLE
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Orange Bicycle was an English Psychedelic Pop-Band which existed from 1967 till 1971. The band played a style influenced by The Beatles and the Hippie-culture, as well as by some other groups like The Rolling Stones. The first single of Orange Bicycle, "Hyacinth Threads", was a number-1-hit in France and quite successful in some other European countries, but not in Great Britain. All the time of its short carrier, Orange Bicycle was more popular outside than inside their home country. In 1968, the band started to cover songs of The Rolling Stones and The Beatles "Carry That Weight". After the split in 1971, Wilson Malone went on to become a top producer/arranger on his own, working with many successful groups and solo artists. He, for example, arranged the strings for the Verve's "Bittersweet Symphony".

MEMBERS:

Wilson Malone - Producer and Keyboards and Vocals
John Bachini - Bass and Vocals
Bernie Lee - Vocals and Guitar
R. J Scales - Vocals
Kevin Curry (later Supertramp) - Drums
John Povey - Organ and Sitar

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Carry That Weight
Want To b-side
Germany
Odeon 1C006-04259
Value: 40

Carry That Weight
Want To b-side
Holland
Parlophone 5C006-04259
Value: 35

Carry That Weight
Want To b-side
Japan
Odeon OR 2395
Value: 100

Goodbye Stranger
Country Comforts
France
Stateside 2C006-04750 M
Value: 45

Goodbye Stranger
Country Comforts
Spain
Belter 07.938
Value: 25

Hyacinth Threads / Amy Peate
Competition / Dropping Out
France
Impact 200013
Value: 50

Jenskadajka
Nicely
Germany
Metronome M 25074
Value: 25

Jenskadajka
Nicely
Holland
Columbia DB 8413
Value: 45

Take Me To The Pilot
It's Not My World
Holland
Parlophone R 5827
Value: 30
   

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