2001 – present (15 years)
Tramway were an organ and jangly guitar male vocaled pop band from Bristol (England) with a Felt-gone-pop sound that is less 'easy' than most Siesta releases, but is of a very high quality. They have a song ('That Old, Old Feelin') that is almost a carbon copy of the Spring (the 1972 band fronted by Brian Wilson's then wife, who were THE MODEL for Adventures In Stereo) song 'Thinkin' Bout You Baby', which was written by Brain wilson and Mike Love. Tramway also do an instrumental cover of the Mary Poppins song "Life's a Country Holiday With Mary" that Dick Van Dyke sings in the scene where they ride calliope horses through a cartoon landscape. It's number 10 on the CD, though it's uncredited on the CD's graphics, which only show 12 of the 13 songs here. (Gullbuy.com)
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