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    Jan 16,  · One, we desperately needed one more hit song from our pair of principal writers, Gary Zekley and Tommy James, to put us solidly on the music-business map.
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    Gary Zekley Interview A songwriting assignment from Dean Torrence led to a rich musical career for Los Angeles pop-genius Gary Zekley. Zekley - a man whose body of work stands up to any of the precocious Brill Building bunch from five years earlier - originally penned the song "Yellow Balloon" for Jan and Dean, but also recorded the tune.
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    ext E: [email protected] Home; Artists. A Sea For Yourself; Allman, Sheldon; Astro SoundsMissing: Interview.
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    The Yellow Balloon was an American sunshine pop band, produced by Gary Zekley. The group is notable for featuring Don Grady (sometimes billed as "Luke R. Yoo Missing: Interview.
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    Andrei from Chicago, Il Clique producer/arranger and 'Superman' co-writer Gary Zekley joined R.E.M. on stage at a show in De Calb, IL while they performed the song, singing back vocals and playing tambourine. Bsd from Long Island, Ny album title is Lifes Rich Pageant, not Life's Rich Pageant.
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    Other bonus tracks include alternate and demo versions of songs that appeared on Yellow Balloon, and an interview with Zekley (who passed away in ) by liner note writer Domenic Priore, in which he recalls the sessions for the recording of "Yellow Balloon". It is unfortunate that the original master tapes of The Yellow Balloon cannot be found.
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    Read about Gary Zekley Interview by The Yellow Balloon and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
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    A songwriting assignment from Dean Torrence led to a rich musical career for Los Angeles pop- genius Gary Zekley. Zekley - a man whose body of work stands up to any of the precocious Brill Building bunch from five years earlier - originally penned the song 'Yellow Balloon' for .
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    The Yellow Balloon was an American sunshine pop band, formed in Los Angeles in by songwriter and producer Gary Zekley.[1][2] The group is notable for featuring Don Grady (sometimes billed as "Luke R. Yoo")[3] of Mouseketeers and My Three Sons fame.