Last Words - The Laugh's on Me b/w She'll Know How

Format: 45
Label: RCA Victor 57-3361
Year: 1965
Origin: Toronto, Ontario
Genre: garage, mersey beat
Value of Original Title: $75.00
Make Inquiry/purchase: email ryder@robertwilliston.com
Release Type: Singles
Websites:  No
Playlist: 1960's, The Canadian Garage, Ontario, Canadian Psychedelia


Side 1

Track Name
The Laugh's on Me

Side 2

Track Name
She'll Know How



Last Words - The Laugh's on Me b/w She'll Know How


The Laugh's on Me b/w She'll Know How


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The Last Words began in Clarkson, Ontario, Canada in 1961. Originally a sextet called The Nighthawks, they became a quartet in 1962 and decided to take a chance in the music biz.

Their first single in 1965, The Laugh's On Me / She'll Know How, for RCA Canada received very little air play, but in 1966 they hit the Canadian charts with a Columbia release, I Symbolize You / It Made Me Cry. In late 1966, they released their last charted single, Give Me Time / Drive A Mini Minor, again on Columbia. Bill Dureen left the group in 1967 and the remaining members continued with three others until 1968. Brad Campbell went to New York and eventually joined Janis Joplin's Full Tilt Boogie Band. Brad returned to Canada when Janis died, and they re-formed to back vocalist Jerry Arpa as The Flashbacks in the 80s. The Last Words, friends for over five decades, still jam together often.

Bill Dureen: keyboards, guitar, harmonica, vocals
Graeme Box: guitar, vocals
Brad Campbell: bass guitar, vocals
Ron Guenther: drums, vocals



i'm michael from germany, playing with a weekend r'n'r band and we have "she'll know how" in our program. i found that song in the internet on my sarch for great unknown music, which i want to keep alive with my band, the driving wheels. say thank you to those guys:-) michael eichmann