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Rosebud was the name of an American popular music group which released a single, eponymous album in 1971. Its members were Judy Henske, Jerry Yester, Craig Doerge, John Seiter, and David Vaught. The album was a follow-up to the psychedelic cult classic Judy Henske & Jerry Yester Farewell Aldebaran. Perhaps to its detriment, Rosebud was seen as a democratic enterprise, with all band members contributing songs and singing, broadly in a countryish soft rock style - rather than making the best use of Henske’s remarkable voice and songwriting abilities. Following its release and a couple of live shows, the band split up, Henske and Yester divorced, and she and Doerge married.
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(Collectors' Choice CCM 432, 1974/2004, CD)

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