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Red Rubber Ball - The Cyrkle - Red Rubber Ball / How Can I Leave Her (Vinyl)

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  1. The Cyrkle - Red Rubber Ball & How Can I Leave Her / Columbia , 7" 45rpm. Cover: NA. Records: VG+ (Good playing shape) Save on shipping. Shipping discounts for multiple items in same package! Also, peruse more items in my eBay store!Seller Rating: % positive.
  2. The Cyrkle gets overlooked on today's Oldies Channels on the radio, but when this album first came out in they scored a #2 hit with "Red Rubber Ball" and nabbed a spot on The Beatles final U.S. tour! This expanded album includes 8 bonus tracks/5(16).
  3. Red Rubber Ball is the debut album by The Cyrkle and was released in , on Columbia Records CS (stereo) and CL (Mono). It reached #47 on the Billboard Top LPs chart.. The album featured two singles: "Red Rubber Ball", which reached #2 on the Billboard Hot , and "Turn-Down Day", which reached #The song "Money to Burn" was later featured as the B-side to their single.
  4. May 07,  · TheVRP Archives - Original Vinyl Pressing - Terre Haute - "The Cyrkle ‎– Red Rubber Ball" - Columbia Stereo Records - - CS Newly .
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Pitman Pressing Vinyl release of Red Rubber Ball / How Can I Leave Her on Discogs. Label: Columbia - • Format: Vinyl 7 The Cyrkle - Red Rubber Ball / How Can I Leave Her (, Pitman Pressing, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(40).
  6. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Cyrkle - Red Rubber Ball at Discogs. Complete your The Cyrkle collection.
  7. The Cyrkle ‎– Red Rubber Ball / How Can I Leave Her. Genre: Rock. Style: Pop Rock, Vocal. Year: Notes: Recorded on February 12, , New York/5(58).
  8. of 45 results for CDs & Vinyl: The Cyrkle. Skip to main search results Amazon Prime. Eligible for Free Shipping. Red Rubber Ball / How Can I Leave Her. by The Cyrkle and P. Simon-B. Woody, J. Dawes-D. Dannemann | Vinyl Turn Down Day. by Cyrkle | out of 5.
  9. Red Rubber Ball is a better song than Stairway to Heaven. RRB will be played years from now while self important, self indulgent, overly dramatic S to H will fade away. Duane from Wheatfield, In The thing that I most remember about this song was one year when I was ridiculously following a top classic rock radio countdown.

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