Outrageously funny, bizarre and sometimes tragic, Raspberry Parade’s story can be told at last. Based on interviews with former band members and associates, this is the truest possible account of their extraordinary rise and fall.
Years ahead of their time, this British band were confined to obscurity, remembered mostly for their legendary intake of hallucinogens! They were largely ignored in the UK, yet took San Francisco by storm. At the end of 1966, and on the verge of success, they suddenly split up. Their bass player was found dead in suspicious circumstances at the bottom of the Grand Canyon, and the lead singer disappeared into the Amazonian rainforest.
Raspberry Parade’s ground-breaking debut album was consequently never released, so author Steve Marshall has also restored & remastered Time Is Honey: the album of Raspberry Parade’s original music. It is available to download or stream direct from most major music sites including:
Google Play, Amazon, iTunes, Deezer, Apple Music and Spotify