279971

$75.00

Fullerton Dam - Breaks

Format: LP
Label: Condor 977-1901
Year: 1976
Origin: Toronto, Edmonton, Parsboro, Nova Scotia
Genre: rock, blues
Keyword: 
Value of Original Title: $75.00
Make Inquiry/purchase: email ryder@robertwilliston.com
Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: 1970's, Ontario, Canadian Rock

Tracks

Side 1

Track Name
Is It Wrong?
You've Got Me Sore
Dance With You Baby
You Don't Believe Me
Sweet & Sour Chicken Balls

Side 2

Track Name
Everybody's Trying To Be Funky
Way Of The World
Matinee 57
Money, Money
My Lady

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Fullerton Dam - Breaks (pink cover)

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Information/Write-up

Fullerton Dam formed in 1974. They released four singles on Polydor Records before recording one album with Condor Records. The album came with two different covers. The Fantasy cover sells for about twice as much as the pink cover (shown). In 1977, they formed the Madcats with Grant Fullerton, Bobby Blake, Brad MacDonald, Glen Gratto and John Erdman. They released two albums and a few singles. In 1981, they formed The Grant Fullerton Band with Grant Fullerton, Brad MacDonald, Rod Blacker and Steve Campbell, and recorded an album and single.

Grant Fullerton (The Stitch In Tyme, Madcats, Grant Fullerton Band): guitar, lead vocal
Brad MacDonald (Valhalla, Madcats): keyboards, vocals
Larry Brohman: bass, vocals
Steve Negus (Fludd, Saga): drums

Produced by Lonnie Salazar

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