|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Will You Be Staying After Sunday||22||Audio||2008||Rev-Ola|
|3||Pink Lemonade||2||Audio||1968-08-16||MCA Records|
|6||You´re The Sound Of Love||2||Audio||1969||MCA Records|
|7||Don't Wake Me Up In The Morning, Michael||11||Audio||1969||MCA Records|
|8||Will You Be Staying After Sunday||11||Audio||1969||Decca|
|9||Don't Love Me Unless It's Forever||2||Audio||1969||Decca|
|10||Will You Be Staying After Sunday / And I'll Be There||2||Audio||1968-11-00||Decca|
|11||Don't Wake Me Up In The Morning, Michael||2||Audio||MCA Records|
|12||Will You Be Staying After Sunday / And I'll Be There||2||Audio||1969||Decca|
|13||Will You Be Staying After Sunday||11||Audio||2005|
|14||Will You Be Staying After Sunday / And I'll Be There||2||Audio||1969||MCA Records|
|15||Don't Wake Me Up In The Morning, Michael / Rosemary||2||Audio||1969||Decca|
|16||You're The Sound Of Love||2||Audio||1969||Decca|
|17||Will You Be Staying After Sunday / And I'll Be There||2||Audio||1968-11-00||Decca|
|18||Don't Love Me Unless It's Forever||2||Audio||1969||Decca|
The [b]Peppermint Rainbow[/b] were an American sunshine pop group from Baltimore, Maryland. They formed in 1967 under the name [i]New York Times[/i], and played local gigs in the mid-Atlantic states before changing their name to the [b]Peppermint Rainbow[/b] in 1968. They were signed to Decca Records at the behest of [a=Cass Elliot], who saw them play and sang with them on-stage when they performed a medley of [a=Mamas & The Papas, The] tunes.
Under Decca the group was produced by [a=Paul Leka]; their first single was "Walking in Different Circles" b/w "Pink Lemonade", but it did not chart. Their second single, "Will You Be Staying After Sunday", hit the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart, peaking at #32 in 1969. It sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc.
Their third release, "Don't Wake Me Up in the Morning, Michael", hit #54 the same year.
Their LP, Will You Be Staying After Sunday, barely missed the Top 100 of the album charts, peaking at #106, and in 1970 the band split up.
* Bonnie Lamdin - vocals
* Pat Lamdin - vocals
* Doug Lewis - guitar
* Anton Corey - percussion
* Skip Harris (deceased) - bass