What happened to the Electric Prunes?

What happened to the Electric Prunes?

With the appearance of their second album, Underground, the band was more free to create their own material. However, the original group disbanded by 1968 when they proved unable to record the innovative and complex arrangements by David Axelrod on the albums Mass in F Minor and Release of an Oath.

Are the Electric Prunes religious?

50 years ago this month, The Electric Prunes released their third LP, a religious-based rock opera that was in a whole other realm from hits like “I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night)” and “Get Me To The World On Time.”

Who are the Electric Prunes?

The Electric Prunes are an American rock band who first achieved international attention as an experimental psychedelic group in the late 1960s. The band performed its 1966 hit song “I Had Too Much to Dream (Last Night)” on American Bandstand.

What happened to Strawberry Alarm Clock?

On March 18, 2017 Strawberry Alarm Clock played the Starry Nights Festival in Santa Barbara with Weitz back on stage with the band once again. Jimmy Pitman (born September 28, 1946) died in hospice care on August 29, 2019, at age 72.

Who wrote I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night?

Annette Tucker
Nancie Mantz
I Had Too Much to Dream (Last Night)/Composers

What year did the Electric Prunes come out?

The Electric Prunes (album)

The Electric Prunes
Released December 1966
Recorded 1966
Studio American Recording Co., Power House, No. Hollywood, CA
Genre Psychedelic rock garage rock

Where is Greg Munford now?

Munford currently is in advertising but keeps music in his life playing in a rock band. Married and the father of a 21-year-old son (who, his father says, is the better guitarist), Munford still hears from appreciative listeners.

What year was I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night?

2005I Had Too Much to Dream (Last Night) / Released

When was I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night released?

Who wrote Strawberry Alarm Clock?

George Bunnell
A history of the band written by George Bunnell stated that “The Strawberry Alarm Clock came about by parts of two bands, Thee Sixpence and Waterfyrd Traene, morphing into one.” The group originally named Thee Sixpence initially consisted of Ed King (lead guitar, vocals), Michael Luciano (vocals), Lee Freeman (rhythm …