Strawberry Alarm Clock

Thee Sixpence (1966 - March 1967)
  • Ed King - guitar/vocals - b. Edward King, September 14, 1949, Glendale, California, USA - formerly with surf-rock group The Irridescents.
  • Mike Luciano -
  • Gene Gunnels -
  • Randy Seol - drums/vocals - formerly with The Goldtones.
Released single "In the Building" b/w "Hey Joe" (spring 1966).

Strawberry Alarm Clock I (March 1967 - 1968)
  • Ed King - guitar/vocals
  • Lee Freeman - guitar/bass/horns/drums/vocals
  • Mark Weitz - keyboards
  • Gary Lovetro - bass/vocals
  • George Bunnel - bass/special effects
  • Randy Seol - drums/vocals
Album:
  1. "Incense and Peppermints" (1967) - Single: "Incense and Peppermints" (singer was Greg Munford--not a band member--vocalist with Shapes of Sound and later Crystal Circus).

Strawberry Alarm Clock II (1968 - 1969)
  • Ed King - guitar/vocals
  • Lee Freeman - guitar/bass/horns/drums/vocals
  • Mark Weitz - keyboards
  • George Bunnel - bass/special effects
  • Randy Seol - drums/vocals
Albums:
  1. "Wake Up...It's Tomorrow" (1968) - Single: "Tomorrow"
  2. "The World in a Sea Shell" (1968)

Strawberry Alarm Clock III (1969 - 1970)
  • Ed King - guitar/vocals
  • Lee Freeman - guitar/bass/horns/drums/vocals
  • Mark Weitz - keyboards
  • Jimmy Pitman - guitar/vocals
  • Gene Gunnels - drums
Albums:
  1. "Good Morning Starshine" (1969)

Strawberry Alarm Clock IV (1970 - late 1971)
  • Ed King - guitar/vocals
  • Lee Freeman - guitar/bass/horns/drums/vocals
  • Paul Marshall - guitar/vocals
  • Gene Gunnels - drums
Albums:
  1. "Changes" (1971)
Group disbands.  Ed King joins Lynyrd Skynyrd.

Strawberry Alarm Clock V (1982) (reformed)
  • Ed King - guitar/vocals - formerly with Lynyrd Skynyrd.
  • Lee Freeman - guitar/bass/horns/drums/vocals
Rerecorded "Incense and Peppermints" for a K-Tel album.

Compilations:
  1. "The Best of the Strawberry Alarm Clock" (1970)
  2. "Strawberries Mean Love" (1992)
  3. "Anthology" (1993)

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Last Revised:  May 17, 2007
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