The Peppermint Rainbow ‎– Will You Be Staying After Sunday

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Decca ‎– DL 75129
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Misprint
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Credits

  • Producer, Arranged By, ConductorPaul Leka

Notes

Label variant: ◆ symbol at the end of the B side label matrix and MCA Pressing Plant, Pinckneyville press.

A2 is "Pink Lemonade" on the disc, but the track listing on the back cover incorrectly credits it as "If We Can Make It To Monday".

This version:
- On the label the title of A6 is in two lines
- On the labels the side indications are in a small font and there is no mentioning on them of BMI.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix side A, on label): 7-12050
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix side A, on label): 7-12051◆
  • Barcode (Runout side A, stamped): 7 12050 3 2
  • Barcode (Runout side B, stamped): 7 12051 4 2

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bencasey

bencasey

October 7, 2018
According to the Decca Labels Discography, they did record a song called If We Can Make it to Monday. I'm guessing this track was originally intended for the album and was replaced by Pink Lemonade at the last minute.
Victrolaguy

Victrolaguy

April 24, 2015
edited over 4 years ago
All copies list "If We Can Make It To Monday" on the back cover.

Showbiz_Kid

Showbiz_Kid

November 26, 2014
edited over 4 years ago

Adequate sunshine pop with a definite Spanky And Our Gang feel to the lead vocals (probably due to the band's close connection to Mama Cass Elliot). "Will You Be Staying After Sunday" is the best example of this, as lead singer Bonnie Lamdin does a remarkable impersonation of Spanky McFarlane (who later replaced Cass in the '70s touring version of The Mamas & The Papas). Good period stuff, but nothing groundbreaking here.