Flip Cartridge


Flip Cartridge was an alias for Wilbur "Billy" Meshel (ca. 1933 - May 30, 2015), a veteran songwriter and music publishing exectutive who became famous as a performing artist during the mid 1960s. He is best known under that name for the self-penned "Dear Mrs. Applebee" (1966), which also became a hit that year for English pop singer David Garrick. Meshel's numerous songwriting credits include "Time To Change" for the TV sitcom, "The Brady Bunch."

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • Dear Mrs. Applebee (1966)

Pop charts debut year: 1966

Years active: ca. late 1950s - ca. 2010s

Genres: Pop/rock

Labels: Parrot


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