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Sandy Salisbury

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Biography

Sandy Salisbury was a honey-voiced member of sunshine pop guru Curt Boettcher's cast of singers and players responsible for some of the finest pop records of the 1960s. Boettcher and Salisbury met up in Boettcher's group the Ballroom and found that their voices blended together magically. The Ballroom had a brief existence and soon Salisbury and Boettcher formed Millennium. Salisbury wrote songs as well as sang, and along with the other members of Millennium, he did work on Sagitarrius's classic 1967 album Present Tense as well as other Boettcher projects. Millennium released only one album and Salisbury soon recorded a solo record for producer Gary Usher's Tomorrow label. The record was to be called Sandy and featured most of the members of Millennium, but sadly it was never released due to problems at the label. In 2000, it was finally issued by Poptones and instantly became a sunshine pop classic. Also in 2000, Dreamsville released a CD of demos Salisbury recorded in the late '60s for his music publisher. These wonderful songs never saw the light of day at the time because Boettcher told the publisher he wanted them for future projects. These projects never came about because Boettcher lost favor with the music business and pretty much disappeared. So did Salisbury. It is a shame that these two released so little music at the time because there were no finer practitioners of California sunshine pop. In later years Salisbury has reverted to his given name of Graham and has written many well-received children's books. In 2005 Sandy was reissued again by Rev-Ola with the added attraction of 13 bonus tracks, five of which were previously unreleased. ~ Tim Sendra$, Rovi

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