The story of the CHERRY PEOPLE covers the transition from Washington, DC sensations the ENGLISH SETTERS (pop/bubble gum who had a single hit with "Solitary Man") to the harder rocking Cherry People and this CD captures the band from 1969 to 1976 when the band split. The band initially built a strong fan base in the Washington area before touring nationally with TED NUGENT and EDGAR WINTER and the band worked tirelessly sometimes performing six or seven nights a week . Even though they had a recording deal with MGM distributed Heritage Records success eluded them. The majority of these tracks were recorded at RCA in New York City and the balance at Bell Sound Studio, New York. Now released on CD for the first time.
01 Whoopin' & whoppin' 02 Do you need me? 03 Look what they've done to your son mom 04 Superman 05 You say to me 06 Tuesday morning 07 Mild ambrosia 08 Join the glory 09 Misty mountains 10 Georgia girl 11 Livin' ain't easy 12 Iowa