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     Kirkman, Terry (12th December 1939-Present)

    He is a musician and singer-songwriter who was born in Salina, Kansas.  He is a multi instrumentalist who plays 23 wind, reed and percussion instruments. He was with the band The Men in the early 1960s and then became a founder member of the pop group The Association.  He wrote The Association's hit song "Cherish" which went to No.1 in the US chart in 1966. He left the band in 1972 and worked as a producer for HBO where his idea of a re-incarnation for the group via a cable feature came to fruition.  He also partnered Frank Zappa in his early career and was briefly with The Mothers of Invention.  He was vice president of an organization helping musicians with drug abuse.  

     

    The Association Recordings

    Windy (Ruthann Friedmann)                                                                              

    Never My Love (Don & Dick Addrisi)                                                                      

     

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    Here he is with The Association when they perform his "Cherish"...

     

     

     

     

     

     



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