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Where Do The Girls Of The Summer Go? - Mark Eric - A Midsummers Day Dream (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Where Do The Girls Of The Summer Go? - Mark Eric - A Midsummers Day Dream (CD, Album)

  1. Gara
    Mark Eric (whose real name is Mark Eric Malmborg) wasn't the most original composer of his day, and yet years after its release his long out-of-print one-off soft pop LP for Revue (a UNI/MCA subsidiary) commands a fairly high price from soft pop collectors who've managed to nab themselves a daibeledinghocompmavoxidizole.xyzinfo reason? A Midsummer's Day Dream is treasured by collectors as one of the more perfect.
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  2. Zugis
    A Midsummer's Day Dream, an Album by Mark Eric. Released in on Revue (catalog no. RS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Sunshine Pop. Featured peformers: Mark Eric (performer, writer), Norm Ratner (producer, engineer), Vic Briggs (arranger).
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  3. Shakree
    Where Do The Girls of the Summer Go (Mark Eric Marlborg) - The album's creative and commercial high point, 'Where Do The Girls of the Summer Go' perfectly captured that end-of-summer sadness you felt as a teenager. Gorgeous melody and amazing multi-tracked vocals that would have made Brian Wilson jealous 5.)Author: D&J.
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  4. Arashigor
    Sunshine Pop. 1, likes · 5 talking about this. Sunshine pop is a subgenre of pop music originating in the United States mid to late 60's.
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  5. Dainos
    Mark Eric was clearly (and unfashionably, at the time) obsessed with Pet Sounds, but this is no empty pastiche. There is a real voice in these songs - the sound of a young man hopelessly lost and watching sad eyed as the world as he knows it fades away around him - and at least two genuine pop classics ("Where do the Girls of the Summer Go" and /5(17).
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  6. Dur
    Jun 17,  · I have this. Great stuff: "Laura's Changing," "Where Do The Girls Of Summer Go," "Sad Is The Way That I Feel." Always felt like this record was like an audio episode of "The Wonder Years" done in that time period instead of looking back on it. It's nice to have the bonus cuts on the CD reissues (one of which is 20 songs, the other of which is 28).
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  7. Kagazshura
    Nov 20,  · Clone is not a pejorative when talking about Midsummer's Day Dream, this Marc Eric album. Simply put, if you like Wilson at his pre-Pet Sounds, apex Summer Days (And Summer Nights!!), you'll have equal love for Eric's album. Surprisingly, these recordings were made in , in the middle of America's counterculture insurrection.
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  8. Mazull
    At Amazon this morning, the sole available copy of the LP A Midsummer’s Day Dream is priced at $ (though a CD copy of the album with an accompanying book is priced at less than $9). Our fourth stop this morning is the sweet tune that seems to me to be the center of the album, “Where Do The Girls Of Summer Go?”.
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