18 Songs, 1 Hour 8 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Guess Who were Canada’s first rock stars, reshaping soul, orchestral pop, and British Invasion sounds in their own, unshaven image. This collection follows their hit parade from 1969 to 1975, during which time they mastered heartbreaking ballads (“These Eyes”) and steel-toed rockers (“No Time”) alike. But some of their biggest songs betrayed a subversively Canadian perspective: The sleazy boogie of “American Woman” concealed a Vietnam War critique, while the socialist messaging of hippy-dippy “Share the Land” got it banned by some U.S. stations.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Guess Who were Canada’s first rock stars, reshaping soul, orchestral pop, and British Invasion sounds in their own, unshaven image. This collection follows their hit parade from 1969 to 1975, during which time they mastered heartbreaking ballads (“These Eyes”) and steel-toed rockers (“No Time”) alike. But some of their biggest songs betrayed a subversively Canadian perspective: The sleazy boogie of “American Woman” concealed a Vietnam War critique, while the socialist messaging of hippy-dippy “Share the Land” got it banned by some U.S. stations.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
94 Ratings
94 Ratings
TomWI ,

The Guess Who: Greatest hits

This album is a must have for any fan of the great music from the late 60's early 70's!

DJ Benard ,

The Best of the Guess Who

You want to set yourself to rock and roll listen to the Best of the Guess Who. Burton Cummings and Randy Bachman could write good music, Cummings could sing it with some soul. This is the good rock and roll of the 60s and 70s!

Jivejoey ,

Great song

Love this song brings me back to the simple days

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