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The Palace Guard - Saturdays Child mp3 download Performer: The Palace Guard
Album: Saturdays Child
Country: US
Released: 1964
Style: Garage Rock, Pop Rock
Size MP3: 1231 mb.
Size FLAC: 1781 mb.
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Create & stream a free custom radio station based on the song Saturday's Child by The Palace Guard on iHeartRadio! . Cameo Parkway Pop And Soul Gems Of 1966 Vol. 3, 2m 36sec. Chat About Saturday's Child by The Palace Guard.

A Saturdays Child 2:31 B Party Lights 3:31. Companies, etc. Record Company – Cameo-Parkway Records, Inc. Notes.

The Palace Guard didn't make much of a splash anywhere but Southern California. The band didn't chart nationally, but one of its songs, the folk-rock "Falling Sugar," was well-received regionally. The group debuted on Orange Empire Records, a Los Angeles-based label, with the single "All Night Long. Later, Verve Records picked up distribution rights to "Falling Sugar. The band moved over to Cameo/Parkway Records in 1966 and put out "Greed" and "Saturday's Child

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The Palace Guard- Saturday& Child. Saturday& Child" cover (The Monkees). The Spectrum - Saturday& Child (1967). The band moved over to Cameo/Parkway Records in 1966 and put out "Greed" and "Saturday's Child. One of these graces the cover of retro indie Gear-Fab's straight reissue of the Palace Guard's only full-length album, a self-titled 1966 release that originally appeared on Cameo/Parkway. Falling Sugar" is here, as well as lesser-hits like "Greed. The Palace Guard is worth looking into by any fan of 1960s rock, or collectors eager for an underground find.

The Palace Guards were an American garage rock band from Metairie, Louisiana, a suburb of New Orleans, who were active in the mid to late 1960s. Their approach was highly influenced by the British Invasion popularized by bands such as the Beatles and the Rolling Stones but was also informed by the folk rock and soul sounds coming out of America during the period. Drummer Frank Bua would later go on, years later, to play with the popular roots rock and funk group, the Radiators.

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A Saturdays Child
Written-By – David Gates
B Party Lights
Written-By – Claudine Clark


  • Arranged By, Producer – J. D'Andrea*
  • Producer – R. Marcucci*


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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
P-111 The Palace Guard Saturdays Child ‎(7", Promo) Parkway P-111 US 1964