A highly-sought-after collector’s item, The Minx soundtrack is full of the Cyrkle’s trademark three-part harmonies, intricate arrangements, and paisley-psychedelic sounds (the percussion intro of “Nicole” has become a break-beat classic). Recorded in 1967—following the Cyrkle's pop chart success with Paul Simon's “Red Rubber Ball” and their own “Turn-Down Day”—and shelved until the film's release two years later, The Minx has eluded the grasp of even the most dedicated Cyrkle fan, until now.
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Squeeze Play • The Minx [Vocal] • Murray The Why • The Rigging • The Party • Nicole • Something Special [Alt. Instrumental] • Terry’s Theme • It’s A Lovely Game Louise • The Minx [Instrumental] • Something Special • On The Road • Walter’s Riff • The Chase • Baxter’s Dangerous Game • Kites