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Cherry Red (song)

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"Cherry Red"
Cherry Red.jpg
Single by Bee Gees
A-side"I Want Home"
ReleasedMarch 1966
Format7"
RecordedFebruary 1966
GenreMerseybeat
Length3:07
LabelLeedon / Festival Records Pty Ltd
Songwriter(s)Barry Gibb
Producer(s)Joe Halford
Bee Gees flipsides singles chronology
"And the Children Laughing"
(1965)
"Cherry Red"
(1966)
"All of My Life"
(1966)

"Cherry Red" is a song by the Bee Gees, written by Barry Gibb, released as the B-side of "I Want Home" in March 1966, and has become one of the famous Bee Gees songs in the Philippines and Brazil. The song's opening chord was E followed by Barry singing Where are you?.

"Cherry Red" is a ballad featuring a harmony by Barry and Robin. It was recorded around February 1966 in Festival Studios, Sydney, during the same time as "I Want Home". Colin Petersen thinks he played drums on the two tracks.[1]

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Transcription

Contents

Release

Unlike many of the Bee Gees' Australian tracks, this single reached charts outside of Australia, in the Philippines, Brazil and São Paulo, all of which it reached top ten in.

Personnel

Chart performance

Chart (1968-1970) Peak
position
Philippines Singles Chart 7
São Paulo (Brazil) Singles Chart 8
Brazil Singles Chart 5

References

  1. ^ Brennan, Joseph. "Gibb Songs: 1966". Retrieved 28 May 2013.
This page was last edited on 9 December 2018, at 03:27
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