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Air-O-Plane Ride (Sunshine, Soft & Studio Pop 1966-1970)

Teensville Records


Released: 10th Sep 2021


Air-O-Plane Ride is Teensville's eighth installment in a series of CDs that shine a light on the rare and hideously obscure side of 60s sunshine and soft pop.

The disc boasts 32 tracks, all of which make their digital debut; a few make their first appearance anywhere after over 50 years. The package features a fully-annotated 28 page booklet with a 7,000+ word essay and stunning colour artwork.

Air-O-Plane Ride (Sunshine, Soft & Studio Pop 1966-1970)


  1. Sky – Air-O-Plane Ride
  2. The Jet Stream – Ready To Leave
  3. The Stitch In Tyme - New Dawn
  4. Our Patch Of Blue – Lily White
  5. The Doodletown Pipers – Image Of You
  6. Clock-Work Orange – Sweet Little Innocent Lorraine
  7. The Camel Drivers – Sunday Morning 6’ O Clock
  8. Eddie Hazleton – Over My Head
  9. Ron Dante – Don’t Make Me A Memory
  10. The Mixed Bag – Round And Round
  11. The Looking Glass – If I Never Love Again
  12. Dick & Dee Dee – The Escape Suite
  13. Kevin McCann – Sunny And Me
  14. The Puppet – Preppy Colored Personality
  15. A Small World – The Life You Lead
  16. The Wreck-A-Mended – My Happiness Is Loving You
  17. City Stompers – Half Past Midnight
  18. The Dream Band – The Train Song
  19. Joey Cooper - Just Like You
  20. Unknown Vocalist (Doug Lenier?) – Love, Please Come Our Way
  21. Griffin – Classical Gas
  22. The Oracle – The Night We Fell In Love
  23. Kenneth – Mr. Kane
  24. The Kit Kats – I Want To Be
  25. The Newlook – East of The Dawn (In The Year Of Our Love)
  26. Bobby Vee – Happiness Is
  27. The Milky Way – Your Love Comes Shinin’ Through
  28. The Guild – You Can See The Trees (But Not The Forest)
  29. Sidewalk Skippers – Jeannie At The Circus
  30. Tony Crane – If I Ever Get To Saginaw Again
  31. The Jet Stream – Silky Tonight
  32. Unknown Artist – Half A Love Is Better Than No Love At All