The Bubble Gum Machine

The Bubble Gum Machine

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Vicki Spencer, Billy Spencer, Danny Spencer, George Peel, Danny Evans
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The Bubble Gum Machine Discography

Albums

The Bubble Gum Machine The Bubble Gum Machine (Album) Senate Record Corp. Canada 1967 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

The Bubble Gum Machine You Make Everything Right (Single) Senate Record Corp. US 1968 Sell This Version
45-2110 The Bubble Gum Machine Wha'cha Gonna Do For Me Now(7", Single, Promo) Senate Record Corp. 45-2110 US 1968 Sell This Version
2114 The Bubble Gum Machine Do You Really Love Me * One More Mountain To Climb(7", Single, Promo) Senate Record Corp. 2114 US Unknown Sell This Version

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April 11, 2016
AKA The Fabulous Fakes. Pop Psych Band with Vicki Spencer.
Composed by Wes Farrell-Tony Romeo (Songwriter Team for The Partridge Family)
Vicki Spencer was born into a show business family.
Her father, Lou Spencer, was the founder of a famous
tap dancing act known as The Dunhill Trio and at two months old
she was already performing with Danny Kaye.
As she grew older, Vicki took it upon herself to create her own
show business opportunties and, after recording some demos,
appearing in a couple of movies, modeling, filming commercials
and winning beauty contests, she dove head first into the life
of a rock and roll performer.
She appeared as a teenage ingénue singer in two 1961 teen-oriented movies,
Teenage Millionare (starring Jimmy Clanton) and Twist Around the Clock
(featuring Clay Cole). In both films she played herself, and most of
her on-screen time was spent singing. Her song "I Wait" from Teenage Millionaire
was released as a single, as was "Too Many Boyfriends" from
Twist Around The Clock. Spencer wrote both songs.
It's here that she truly made a mark, and the list of groups that
she performed with is truly impressive: The Rottin Kids, The Bad Seeds,
The Fabulous Fakes, The Bubble Gum Machine and Horatio.
some that included two of her brothers, Daniel Spencer and William Spencer.
She was the singer for the Bubble Gum Machine (which included the Spencer brothers),
who released an eponymous album on Senate Records in 1967.
Spencer is married to Harry Perlow.
Her daughter Jamie Perlow is also a singer and musician.

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