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Butterflies are free : The original recordings 1967-1972

The Free Design (performer)
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Butterflies are free : The original recordings 1967-1972

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Contents
Cd 1 Kites are fun
Cd 2 You could be born again
Cd 3 Heaven/Earth
Cd 4 Stars / Time / Bubbles / Love
Cd 5 Sing for very important people
Cd 6 One by one
Cd 7 There is a song
Title
Butterflies are free : The original recordings 1967-1972
Performer
The Free Design
Publisher
Cherry Red Records, 2020
4 cd's + boekje
Playing time
04:42:12
EAN
5013929335530
CDR
JK249251
Placing suggestion
78 - Pop (NBLC) P4 - Populaire muziek Engels (Flemish music schema)

Availability in Flemish libraries

More than 1 times in Flemish libraries

About The Free Design

The Free Design was an American, Delevan, New York-based vocal group, whose music can be described as sunshine pop and baroque pop. Though they did not achieve much commercial recognition during their main recording career, their work later influenced bands including Stereolab, Cornelius, Pizzicato Five, Beck and The High Llamas.

Early work

The members were all members of the Dedrick family: Chris Dedrick (12 September 1947–6 August 2010), sister Sandy and brother Bruce were the original lineup. Chris Dedrick wrote most of the songs. Younger sister Ellen joined the group later, and youngest sister Stefanie (1952–1999) joined near the end of their initial career. Their father, Art, was a trombonist and music arranger. Their uncle Rusty Dedrick was a jazz trumpeter with Claude Thornhill and Red Norvo. They formed the band while living in New York City. Chris has said the group was influenced by vocal groups like The Hi-Los (who…Read more on Wikipedia