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Thursday, December 29, 2016

The Vindicators

The Vindicators (vinyl rip)
In WAV - Scans are included

A1.If I Were You
A2.24 Hours Everyday
A3.Early In The Morning
B1.I'm Gone
B2.No Worries
B3.Searching For My Baby

The VINDICATORS were Canada's second-best-known 60s-garage trash teens. They formed in Calgary, playing farfisa-driven 60s covers and originals. They were singer-guitarist Chris Carlson, guitarist Daaren Boreham, organist Colin Forsyth, bassist Ben Sherazi, and drummer Bryce Dunn.

This 12" was the last release by Montreal's Og Music.Og Records played a seminal role in Canadian independent music history by setting up a truly national network of bands through their It Came From Canada compilations, of which they released one a year between 1985 and 1990. Resisting modern trends, Og bands drew from traditions from country to blues to garage punk to '60s pop, all approached with originality and goofy enthusiasm. Along with the establishment of campus radio across the country, and the crucial CBC radio programs Brave New Waves and Night Lines, Og paved the road for the indie explosion of the early '90s.

1 comment:

Honquijote said...

- Thanks again for another quality post...