The Strawberry Alarm Clock song “Three” was released as a b-side on three different singles during the latter part of the band’s career, in some kind of charming meta-joke.
A single a-side from Strawberry Alarm Clock’s final days together in the late 1960s.
The last song on the last new LP from Strawberry Alarm Clock of the 1960s.
Another nice amalgamation of cheerfulness and darkness, from Strawberry Alarm Clock’s final 1960s LP.
In 1969 Strawberry Alarm Clock released the song “(You Put Me On) Stand By” from the LP Good Morning Starshine as a single. The track is a throwback to the band’s classic sound of fat, buzzy lead guitar lines, chirpy, rhythmic organ work, exciting drumming, and soaring, searching vocals. “(You Put Me On) Stand By” … Read more
Organ-led drama from Strawberry Alarm Clock’s final LP of their classic era.
Strawberry Alarm Clock released two versions of their great song “Miss Attraction”.
The bluesy “Hog Child” comes from Strawberry Alarm Clock’s 1969 album Good Morning Starshine.
Some quirky Strawberry Alarm Clock instrumentation enlivens this song from the Good Morning Starshine LP.
From the heavy blues-rock side of latter-day Strawberry Alarm Clock comes “Off Ramp Road Tramp”.
The strange, instrumental experiment that is fun to listen to and is an anomaly on the Strawberry Alarm Clock album The World In A Sea Shell.
A highlight of The World In A Sea Shell, this track is one of Strawberry Alarm Clock’s more adventurous soundscapes.
“Love Me Again” is the 10th song overall, and 4th song on side 2, from Strawberry Alarm Clock‘s 1968 album The World In A Sea Shell. At only 3:30, it’s still the album’s longest song and (significantly) one written by the band rather than outside composers. With a blistering lead guitar throughout, and with vocals … Read more
“Heated Love” has emerged as a highlight of Strawberry Alarm Clock’s third album.
Another sad track from the dense, slow-moving Strawberry Alarm Clock album The World In A Sea Shell from 1968.
A fun, silly Strawberry Alarm Clock original song from their third album, The World In A Sea Shell
A tasty-yet-inconsequential song from Strawberry Alarm Clock’s controversial third album.
Strawberry Alarm Clock get funky on this track from their third album that they didn’t write themselves.
A relatively lean song written by members of Strawberry Alarm Clock for their third album.