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After Campbell, who co-wrote most of the group's original material with Ford, left the band in March 1971 for a solo career, and to study orchestration and composition at the Royal College of Music, [11] they began a series of line-up changes, including the loss of drummer Whitehead. [2] a b "Rainbow (song by The Marmalade) ••• Music VF, US & UK hits charts". www.musicvf.com . Retrieved 2021-07-26.

Dave Dee began appearing as guest singer for Marmalade in 1987 and recorded a single with the band, "Scirocco", in 1989. He continued to make live guest appearances with them until his death in 2009. The next few years saw more changes in Marmalade's line-up and musical direction. Nicholson left the band in 1973 and was replaced by Mike Japp. Fairley left in 1974 and was replaced by Joe Breen. Whitehead left in 1975 and was replaced by Dougie Henderson. Ford left in 1975 and was replaced by Sandy Newman, who became the new lead singer and guitarist. Drummer Ray Duffy (who later played with Matthews Southern Comfort and Gallagher and Lyle and also on Campbell's later solo recordings), decided to leave in 1966 to return to Scotland to get married just after their first CBS release, "Its All Leading up to Saturday Night". The band then placed adverts in the New Musical Express and Melody Maker, and after various auditions, former postman Alan Whitehead ex member of London outfit the Loose Ends became their new drummer, debuting on their next single, "Can't Stop Now", which failed to sell despite the group's performing it on a TV play, The Fantasist, [4] written by Alun Owen, for the BBC Two Theatre 625 series. So, the Countess was right: nothing beats home-made. But, in the meantime, on the right you’ll find some very acceptable alternatives – and a couple of decidedly feeble ones. a b Murrells, Joseph (1978). The Book of Golden Discs (2nded.). London: Barrie and Jenkins Ltd. p. 243. ISBN 0-214-20512-6.

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The next day, slowly bring the pan to the boil, then reduce the heat and simmer gently for 45 minutes to 1 hour until the peel is very soft. If you don’t have a sugar thermometer or if you want to be doubly sure of a set, put a couple of small plates in the freezer (see Cherie’s tips, right). a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s Eder, Bruce. "Marmalade Artist Biography by Bruce Eder". AllMusic . Retrieved 13 November 2009.

a b Carmody, Robin (1 January 2002). "The Cottage Industry of Moments". Freaky Trigger. p.3 . Retrieved 20 November 2022. They became the first Scottish band to achieve this feat, and also gained international recognition. They followed this with more hits, such as 'Lovin' Things', 'Baby Make It Soon', and 'Wait for Me Marianne'. Rainbow has touched the lives of many listeners worldwide. Its meaningful lyrics and uplifting melody have provided solace and comfort to those going through tough times, showing them that there is always hope and a brighter tomorrow.


Rainbow is available on various music streaming platforms and can also be found on Marmalade’s albums and compilations. You can easily find the song on popular online music platforms such as Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube. 9. Has Rainbow been performed live by Marmalade? Admittedly, a sloppy marmalade is also far from ideal, but that’s a problem you’re far more likely to experience with the home-made version than at the supermarket. This hardness comes from adding too much pectin and acid – all the marmalades I tried contained added ingredients for sourness, generally citric acid or “sour salt” sodium citrate. Other UK hits for Decca included " Rainbow" (UK No. 3 and US No. 51) and "My Little One" (UK No. 15)., [2] "Cousin Norman" and "Radancer" (both reaching UK No. 6).

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