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But his sandwich effort, Brave Belt, is decidedly less well known. Formed as a trio with his brother Robbie on drums and former Guess Who member Chad Allan, Brave Belt released two albums, Brave Belt 1 in and — you guessed it - Brave Belt 2 a year later, both to little notice. But the music recorded for Brave Belt 3 had an altogether different outcome. Reprise dropped the band after Brave Belt 2, at which point Randy shopped the music aggressively.

Mercury Records liked what they heard and Brave Belt 3 became the first Bachman-Turner Overdrive album, launching a hard rock juggernaut that would sell over 30 million records. The domestic roster of the variously named Canadian Warner companies started slowly but steadily gained momentum as the 70s wore on.

The first domestic signing was a single by the Montreal born artist Karen Young. The single was a modest success, climbing to 35 on the RPM top singles charts. Karen went on to record many jazz albums, and she is the mother of contemporary jazz vocalist Coral Egan. In the early 70s, there were two noteworthy domestic releases.

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The first was Dusty Shoes from Winnipeg rockers Next, released in The other is rather more famous in record collector circles. Toronto blues rockers Whiskey Howl have quite a story. Of note is the producer of the self-titled Whiskey Howl album — none other than multi—instrumentalist and Allman Brothers producer Johnny Sandlin, who brought with him a young piano player, Chuck Leavell, soon to become famous as a session player, Rolling Stones sideman and Allmans member. Despite its undeniable excellence, Whiskey Howl did not break through.

By , the band had called it quits, living on in the hearts and minds of blues enthusiasts to this day. In , brother and sister then stepped out professionally under their own name, and Jacques Chenier was there with a contract. I flew in to Montreal for the release party the branch threw in a hotel ballroom.

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The place was packed. Richard borrowed it in the middle of the party and never gave it back! Richard was first to hit the big time.

In , he collaborated with Serge Fiori, ex of the hugely popular Harmonium, which had just disbanded. Marie-Claire would also enjoy a solid career, recording seven solo albums released over three decades. Atlantic Records had been purchased by Warner Bros. Meanwhile, the domestic roster was about to shift into a higher gear. The astute reader will have noticed a common theme about the early domestic Warner signings — one album and out. Materick would release three albums on the Asylum label the red-hot Asylum logo was one that Materick wanted to associate with.

The latter two were produced by Don Potter and feature a very young Daniel Lanois. Ray is still making music to this day. In , Warner Bros. A folk masterpiece, their eponymous debut, co-produced by the legendary Joe Boyd with Greg Prestopino, was and still is universally lauded to this day. The UK in particular embraced the album and Kate and Anna went on to be especially popular there.

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Record sales however continued to be modest. True Myth was recorded using the father of digital recording, Dr. Firmly rooted in the then massively popular prog scene, airplay and sales were scant. Christopher Ward was then in the early stages of a multi-faceted and very successful career. In other words, the perfect setting. These guys had it all - and the audience in the palms of their hands. In that dingy bar, they came across as rock stars.

I was gobsmacked from the moment they hit the stage. They were the real thing and I knew that we had to sign them. Road-tight and ready to record after honing their craft on the western bar circuit, Muth put the band in the studio with producer George Semkiw. What people might not know though is that the album almost never saw the light of day. Instead, I just started throwing invoices in my desk drawer until the album was finished.

It lives on via Youtube today. Bereft of hits, album sales dipped from platinum to gold. It was a relatively brief, extraordinarily intense relationship — three albums in three years - but both Streetheart and WEA Canada emerged as winners.

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While The Band was never signed to a Warner Music Group label per se, no narrative of this sort would be complete without a mention of the release of The Last Waltz, the aural document of their famous November 25, swansong, recorded live at Winterland in San Francisco. If there ever were musicians that felt like they belonged on Warner Bros. This album, exhaustively chronicled elsewhere, is the closest it ever came to reality.

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Warner Bros. Via his song writing partner John Capek, Marc Jordan had attracted the attention of a heavy hitting U. In Marc would record Reckless Valentine for U. It remains an overlooked and quite stunning recording. It might be said that the same good fortune that smiled on Marc Jordan also found Oakville band The Kings. Liking what he heard, Ezrin offered the band to Elektra, which had been after him to bring them an act. It was a pervasive multi-format smash, driving gold album sales in Canada and charting the album as high as 74 in America.

A second Ezrin-produced album Amazon Bea ch was hit free, quickly ending the relationship with Elektra. This beat goes on indeed! Seymour Stein is a Record Man par excellence. On top of that he is a Record Man with a special and pronounced interest in Canada and Canadian artists, and he will make numerous appearances in this volume. In the 80s and 90s, he would continue that red-hot roll. Peripatetic, forever on a plane, he would sign great artists from many countries, including k.

In the late 70s and early 80s not only was he signing the artists that would define his legacy, he was picking up disparate labels and artists for the Canadian market! One such pact was with a U. In Canada, the single went gold and the album platinum.

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Idle Eyes was the brainchild of Vancouverite Tad Campbell. Messenjah holds the distinction of being the very first reggae band to secure a major label contract in Canada!

With seeing the release of the well-received Session, the band then went on to appear in the hit movie Cocktail. It also sold a respectable 10, units — good business for an EP. But those that know Bob know that he has always been a focused and relentless individual.

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And in , he hit the motherlode with the signing of Honeymoon Suite. Then fate intervened. This was a band I flat out had to sign. A new American artist paid attention to The Big Prize. The Big Prize did fine too, going double platinum in Canada and reaching 6 on the album charts. But chart magic was not afoot and the album failed to reach even gold status. Eight years had produced four albums, plus the singles compilation, and an untold number of shows. It was time for the band and WEA to go their separate ways.

It is still regularly heard on classic rock and oldies radio to this day, and the band is still out on the hustings playing their hits for a paying audience. For WEA, after showing they could play the rock game at a high level with Streetheart, they doubled down and then some with Honeymoon Suite, selling 1,, units in Canada over the five albums. Frozen Ghost was formed in Toronto out of the ashes of EMI pop rockers Sheriff, which had dissolved after initially having little success that would later change, and dramatically.

They started life as a studio duo with Arnold Lanni wearing multiple hats — sole songwriter, guitar player, keyboard player and producer. His partner, Wolf Hassel, played bass. Arnold Lanni then did a very smart thing with far-reaching consequences — he took the second album advance and built a north Toronto studio The Arnyard where the second and third Frozen Ghost albums were made. Arnold went on to produce many other artists there, including Our Lady Peace, which became a huge act for Sony. The Arnyard is still in business today as Vespa, owned and run by Harry Hess, ex of rockers Harem Scarem who are soon to make an appearance in this story.

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That second album was Nice Place To Visit. Arnold put Frozen Ghost on pause until the Sheriff commotion died down, not re-emerging until with Shake Your Spirit. Two singles charted. There must have something in all that water in Niagara Falls.