Here is the famous unreleased 1967 promo EP of the legendary Canadian psychedelic garage band from the region of Toronto, Canada "The Fringe", formed by guitarist Chuck Cadman (who also played backup to "The Guess Who" on CBC Television and who became a member of The Canadian Parliament), Doug Daniel, John Murkin and Chris Thomas.
Hailed by Quality records as " Canada's next No.1 recording group", their manager Bill Riley wanted the group to cut an album, an EP and a 45 simultaneously and 11 tracks were cut at the Sound Canada studios to be put out as an album. Instead just a promo-only EP was released and they subsequently broke-up, leaving a small but renown legacy
This is the scarecest garage artifact and most sought out slab of Canadian vinyl in existence and comes with a hefty $4,000 price tag.
Museum of Canadian Music