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Absolutely Right - The Best of Five Man Electrical Band

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Canada’s Five Man Electrical Band didn’t seem to owe their homeland for their sound. In fact, this best-of set, which draws from their post-’60s output, shows a band in love with the sound of California’s west coast. As players, it’s obvious they had mastered the arts of songcraft and harmonizing. Beyond the anthemic counterculture smash “Signs,” there’s excitable folk-psych (“The Man with the Horse and Wagon”), poppy blues (“Moonshine

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Wouldn't it be nice to hear the boy's again?

The is a tight cohesive unit of guitar rocking goodies form the one hit wonders of the "Five Man Electrical Band." Make sure to get the one of their great songs "Signs," coming @ 4:01 & Rock on out on the intro that is missing in the 3:02 version of the song. Moonshine (Friend of Mine), Money Back Guarantee, Werewolf, I'm a Stranger Here, also good. Great garage bands of the late 60's. Where are they now? Keep rocking in the free world.

Check out some of their other great songs.

Signs is a great song, but this band absolutely sizzles on other tracks too. Julianna is my personal favorite, followed closely by Absolutely Right. I find the melodies and rythms irresistable. Great band. Great collection of songs.

About time!

Yes!!!! The 5 Man E-Band version of SIGNS is finally available on Itunes! Sweet!


Formed: 1969 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s

Best known for their 1971 anti-establishment hit "Signs," Ottawa, Canada's Five Man Electrical Band featured guitarist/vocalist Les Emmerson, bassist Brian Rading, keyboardist Ted Gerow, and drummers Rick "Bell" Belanger and Mike "Bell" Belanger. Five Man Electrical Band had their roots in an Ottawa band called the Staccatos. Rading and Rick Belanger formed the Staccatos in 1963 with Dean Hagopian and Vern Craig. After a year, Hagopian departed the group and was replaced by Emmerson, who wound...
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