Sandy Salisbury / Boettcher,Curt - Try For The Sun | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. Oops (Curt)
2. The Sun Is Shining Now (Sandy)
3. Love Is Good (Sandy)
4. Next Day Sad (Curt)
5. Soft Words (Sandy)
6. Our Minds Keep Moving on (Curt)
7. Try for the Sun (Sandy)
8. Baby, Please Don't Go (Curt)
9. Spell on Me (Sandy)
10. Opus to a Friend (Curt)
11. Really and Truly (Sandy)
12. She Brought Love to My Life (Sandy)
13. Sweet Tangerine (Sandy)
14. Rainbow, Rainbow (Sandy)
15. Off the Cuff Bridge (Cecily) (Sandy)
16. Wishin' (Sandy)
17. Love Divided By Two (Sandy)

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Pre through post-Millennium Curt & Sandy! These newly discovered unheard compositions of solar euphony are highlighted by Boettcher's angelic vocals and Salisbury's catchy, confectionary melodies. A showcase of premium West Coast sunshine pop! During the summer of 1966, Sandy Salisbury arrived on the Sunset Strip in his VW Bug. Knowing little of the mainland from his childhood home of Kailua-Kona, Hawai'i, he became friends with his next door neighbor, who invited him to a party. At that very same time, Curt Boettcher was an up and coming producer, who the Association chose to produce their first album. Introduced by a mutual friend, and Sandy's neighbor, Boettcher and Salisbury went on to form the Ballroom, and later on, the Millennium. Salisbury and Boettcher saved all of their publishing demos - demos that were to become future material for the Millennium and/or Ballroom. Untouched for over 50 years, step back in time to 1967 with this rare collection of southern California sunshine pop!