The Bubble Gum Machine - same (1967, US, psychpop, Senate Rec vinylrip, single flac + cue + splitter, DR10, artwork)

Here's another one I haven't been able to learn much about. A five piece (judging by the cover and first name liner note credits), they seem to have been a studio project for producer/writer Wes Farrell. Released by the ABC affiliated Senate label, their self-titled 1967 album featured a decent mix of Farrell-penned originals ("Wha'Cha Gonna Do For Me Now" and "I Wonder") and popular covers (Beatles, Buffalo Springfield, The Bee Gees, whose "To Love Somebody" was mis-credited to Robert Gibb - think they meant Robin Gibb.
To be honest, "The Bubble Gum Machine" isn't going to drastically change your life. The uncreditted male vocalist had a decent enough voice, while their attractive female singer ('Vicki' - no last names shown on the credits) had a voice than bore a passing resemblance to Cass Elliott. Unfortunately, as far as mid-1960s music goes, nothing here is particularly original or inspiring. 'Bout the best you can say is that "The Love of a Woman" has a certain top-40 charm and they would have made a great bar cover band.(Bad Cat)

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side one:
A1     Wha'Cha Gonna Do For Me Now    
A2     To Love Somebody    
A3     A Song That Never Changes    
A4     For What It's Worth    
A5     The Love Of A Woman    
side two:
B1     I Wouldn't Want To Be Lonely Anymore    
B2     You Make Everything Right    
B3     I Wonder    
B4     No Love To Be Found    
B5     Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

The Bubble Gum Machine - I Wonder

The Bubble Gum Machine - To Love Somebody

Vicki Spencer
Billy Spencer
Danny Spencer
George Peel
Danny Evans

[Rip and Scans by frantanovak]

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  1. Thank you gigic2255 and frantanovak !!

  2. Yep sample, seems very promising indeed! Probably will a good addition to anyone's collection collectibles.

    @daddy gigic & frantanovak...Thanks for sharing!

  3. Any chance for a re-up of this one? Please and thank you!


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