Having been at least somewhere on the scene, for no less than thirty years
or so, it’s strange for a Beatlemaniacal fan (which is a category
I count myself in) not to have heard about Mr.Orange. Anyway, I guess
it’s better whenever than never, so here I am, tasting the “Orange”
for the first time.[More]
Some of you may remember Zuider Zee and their classic self titled
1975 album released on CBS? If not, I suggest picking up copy post haste!
Heavily influenced by Paul McCartney & Wings and Badfinger, Zuider
Zee were not from England, nor were they Dutch, but formed out of the
Deep South, Louisiana to be more specific. [More]
This might be the kind of sound John Lennon would have done with today's
technology, had he not been so rudely and abruptly taken from the world.
Gods of music (2002)
"Mental Dentist" rocks!This upbeat pop song is filled with energy,
humor, melody, great songwriting, and a great performance. [More]
THE COMMERCIAL APPEAL (2000)
The Memphis music landscape hasn't had an eccentric the likes of Richard
Orange since, well, that last British-pop-inspired madman, Alex Chilton.
The differences: Orange isn't concerned with being difficult, and he has
Beatlemania so bad the John Lennon estate should start paying him royalties.
RICHARD ORANGE & THE EGGMEN - Illinois Entertainers
Richard Orange & The Eggmen
About a third of the songs on this painstakingly produced album pay an
homage to the psychedelic-era Beatles so overt that some Fab Four loyalists
will want Richard Orange arrested for trespassing. The trippy overdubs
and doctored tapes, the orchestras and exotic..[More]