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  1. Eleanor Barooshian (April 2, 1950 – August 30, 2016), also known as Eleanor Baruchian and as Chelsea Lee, [1] was a member of the band the Cake (formed in New York in 1966). [2] . In 1967, Barooshian appeared in You Are What You Eat, [3] a documentary film produced by Peter Yarrow of folk group Peter, Paul & Mary.

  2. 19 de sept. de 2016 · Last modified on Tue 28 Nov 2017 09.36 EST. My friend Eleanor Barooshian (sometimes spelled Beruchian), who has died aged 66, was a member of the American all-women group the Cake, whose 1960s...

  3. 60s girl group The Cake -- Jeanette Jacobs, Eleanor Barooshian and Barbara Morillo -- perform the Inez and Charlie Foxx song Mockingbird on the 1967 TV speci...

  4. › wiki › The_CakeThe Cake - Wikipedia

    Eleanor Barooshian The Cake was a 1960s girl group consisting of Jeanette Jacobs, Barbara Morillo and Eleanor Barooshian . They were managed and produced by Charles Greene and Brian Stone, two Sunset Strip impresarios who also managed Sonny & Cher , Buffalo Springfield and Iron Butterfly .

  5. 22 de sept. de 2016 · Sad to hear this morning that Eleanor Barooshian, one time member of innovative 60s girl-group The Cake died at the too-young age of 66 on August 30th. On Monday, an obituary ran in the Guardian. To note her passing, here’s Chris Campion’s fascinating liner notes for More of...

  6. Formed in 1966, the Cake were Eleanor Barooshian, Jeanette Jacobs, and Barbara Morillo. Jacobs and Morillo were already performing as an a cappella duo, and met Barooshian when both were scheduled at The Scene, the legendary rock club in Greenwich Village.

  7. Their first live shows, at Birmingham Town Hall in 1969 and the Royal Albert Hall, in 1970, also included Eleanor Barooshian. Ginger Baker's Air Force also played a set at Wembley Stadium on 19 April 1970, during the start of the World Cup Rally, which went from London to Mexico City.