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Come on! These guys had great music and if you like seventies tunes at all, there are at LEAST three of these to download. Thanks guys, I woke up every morning to you in Thompson, Manitoba. Sweet City Woman, Devil You, and Wild Eyes are excellent!

One Hit Wonders

This band had one great song way back in the early 70's. Sweet City Woman is a fun one. Light, Catchy, UpLifting. & That's it. I'll buy that one & leave it @ that. The 30 second sample is ample ear candy to know - you'll either like it / or not! But this one sums up the early 70's pop sound. I was there... & so was this song. Enjoy.


Formed: 1964 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The early '70s saw a mini-boom in America for Canadian-born rockers -- apart from major players like Neil Young and the Band, and singles chart fixtures like the Guess Who, there was an entire wave of one-hit and near-one-hit wonders. The Stampeders were part of this group, a trio originally from Calgary, Alberta, who hit the Top Ten in 1971 with the infectiously catchy "Sweet City Woman." They later charted low in the Hot 100 with "Devil You," and brushed the Top 40 in 1976 with "Hit the Road Jack."...
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