|“Red Rubber Ball”|
|Songwriter(s)||Paul Simon, Bruce Woodley|
|Producer(s)||John K. Simon|
|The Cyrkle singles chronology|
|“Parking in the Kokomo” (1965) “Red Rubber Ball” (1966) “Turn-Down Day” (1966)|
When Simon & Garfunkel finished their tour, The Cyrkle recorded it, and their manager, Brian Epstein (who also managed the Beatles), hired them to open for the Beatles’ 1966 summer tour, which had audiences of up to 70,000 people.
|Red Rubber Ball||Simon and Garfunkel||November 4, 1997|
|Red Rubber Ball||Alet Oury||September 8, 1998|
|Red Rubber Ball||Life in General||2000|
|Red Rubber Ball||Chocolate Seastorm||2004|
After the release of their debut album, Red Rubber Ball, they recorded a second album, Neon, in late 1966, and a movie soundtrack, The Minx, in 1967 (not released until 1970). They followed that with various singles and then disbanded in mid-1968.
|Single by Bobby Vee|
|Recorded||August 12, 1960|
|Genre||Brill Building pop|
October 24, 2016
|Song title||Year recorded||The Seekers songwriters|
|The Circle of Love||1997||Keith Potger|
|Colours of My Life||1967||Judith Durham|
|Come the Day||1966||Bruce Woodley|
Keith Potger, Athol Guy, Bruce Woodley and Judith Durham are all still with us and all still friends. As 2022 approaches, the four members of the iconic Australia group are now considering how to mark their 60th.
More than 700,000 rubber bands were used coming in all shapes, sizes, and colors. Nicknamed “Megaton,” this 6’7” rubber band ball will leave you in awe during this pit stop—the ball can be found at Ripley’s Believe It or Not! in Orlando.
How long does it take to make a rubber band ball? The time varies on just how large you want the ball to be and on whether or not you’re keen to keep adding to it over time. It can take a long time or just 15 minutes. It’s your choice — the larger the ball, the longer the time it will need.
A bouncy ball or rubber ball is a spherical toy ball, usually fairly small, made of elastic material which allows it to bounce against hard surfaces.
“India Rubber” was also used in the adventures of Tom Sawyer (originally published in the US in 1876) to describe one of the “schoolboy treasures of inestimable value.” One of the these items is an “India-rubber ball” probably referring to a ball made of rubber from one of the regions mentioned in the above comments.
The science of density and buoyancy determine whether objects will sink or float in water. If an object’s density is greater than water, it will sink. Conversely, if an object’s density is less than water, it will float. In the case of rubber, it floats because its density is far less than that of water.
79 years (April 26, 1942)
|Title||Written by||Originally by|
|Hayes||Bobby Vee||Robert Thomas Velline|
|Love Must Have Passed Me By||Bobby Vee||Bobby Vee|
Buddy Holly is remembered with a statue in his hometown of Lubbock, Texas. Waylon Jennings wasn’t the only scheduled passenger on that ill-fated flight who escaped death. Another band member, Tommy Allsup, and the 17 year old Richie Valens tossed a coin to see who would get to fly that night.
In 2009 The Rock And Roll Hall of Fame honored Bobby Vee as one of the biggest stars of the pre-Beatles era. …
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