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Canadian reissue label Pacemaker engages in a valuable (if sometimes thankless) "niche" archival mission to rescue the work of Canada's lost, orphaned, second division of rock. Toronto-based Fludd was an Anglophile pop band entangled in a commercial identity crisis. The group's best material (and the core of its live act) rested on competent, Brit-influenced glam rock, while it also scored AM radio hits with the vaudevillian "Turned 21," the folksy, banjo-driven "Cousin Mary," and the annoyingly twee "Brother and Me." Overly succinct, Greatest Expectations samples nine album and singles tracks, plus two new recordings from former lead vocalist Ed Pilling.


Se formó en: 1969

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '60s, '70s

Brothers Brian and Ed Pilling, previous members of the Wages of the Sin, formed Fludd in 1969 with Jorn Anderson and Greg Godovitz. Peter Czankey was recruited in 1972 and Gord Waszek joined two years later. Though the band's first two singles were for Warner Brothers, they moved to Daffodil for the self-titled 1972 debut and On!, also in 1972. Great Expectations was issued in 1976 for Attic, but the band broke up when Brian...
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Great Expectations, Fludd
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  • $90.00
  • Géneros: Rock, Música
  • Publicado: 01/01/1975

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