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Red Rubber Ball


Download links and information about Red Rubber Ball by The Cyrkle. This album was released in 1966 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 54:39 minutes.

Artist: The Cyrkle
Release date: 1966
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 19
Duration: 54:39
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No. Title Length
1. Red Rubber Ball 2:19
2. Why Can't You Give Me What I Want 2:27
3. Baby, You're Free 2:43
4. Big, Little Woman 2:22
5. Cloudy 2:12
6. Cry 2:37
7. Turn-Down Day 2:32
8. There's a Fire in the Fireplace 2:24
9. Bony Moronie 2:31
10. How Can I Leave Her 2:37
11. Money to Burn 3:05
12. Straighten out My Messed up Life 2:02
13. Downtown Blues 3:32
14. How Can I Leave Her (Demo Version) 2:35
15. Money to Burn (Demo Version) 3:17
16. We Had a Good Thing Goin' 2:44
17. Reading Her Paper 3:01
18. Penny Arcade 2:38
19. The Words 7:01



The Cyrkle's debut was a pleasant, if marginal, album, blending a light folk-rock flavor with fluffy pop/rock production and songwriting. "Red Rubber Ball" and the follow-up hit, "Turn-Down Day," were, as one might expect, by far the best cuts. The rest was split between group originals and odds and ends from an assortment of other writers, including a cover of the Paul Simon-Bruce Woodley composition "Cloudy" that predated its appearance on Simon & Garfunkel's Parsley, Sage, Rosemary & Thyme album later in 1966. On the whole, it's feel-good and not terribly deep 1966 pop/rock, heavy on the breezy harmonies, occasionally using mild touches of experimentation, like the sitar on "Turn-Down Day," and inventively reverbed guitars.