Plush ‘60s pop-psych soundtrack!
The Minx, an intriguing soundtrack from the Cyrkle, is laden with their trademark three-part harmonies, intricate arrangements, and paisley-psychedelic sounds. 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. This legitimate, deluxe vinyl reissue (created from the master reels, with full participation of the band members) includes bonus tracks, extensive notes, and features a DVD with the original, outrageous film!
- FIRST LEGIT LP REISSUE OF THIS 1970 SOUNDTRACK!
- INCLUDES A DVD OF THE ENTIRE FEATURE FILM!
- LUSH & PLUSH CYRKLE CUTS INCLUDING SOME PREVIOUSLY UNAVAILABLE ON LP!
Part of our partnership with Something Weird Video!
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