45 powerhouse dance of the swamp woman

$100.00

Powerhouse - Dance of the Swamp Woman b/w Rocking and Relaxing

Format: 45
Label: London M 17467
Year: 1974
Origin: Ottawa, Ontario
Genre: funk, rock
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Value of Original Title: $100.00
Make Inquiry/purchase: email ryder@robertwilliston.com
Release Type: Singles
Websites:  No
Playlist: NEW, 1970's, Ontario, Canadian as Funk & Northern Soul

Tracks

Side 1

Track Name
Dance of the Swamp Woman

Side 2

Track Name
Rocking and Relaxing

Photos

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L to R: Jocelyn "Joey" Cleroux, Doug Inglis, Brian Rading, Ken Stevenson

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Central Canada Exhibition in Ottawa in August 1973

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Central Canada Exhibition in Ottawa in August 1973

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Central Canada Exhibition in Ottawa in August 1973

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Powerhouse - Dance of the Swamp Woman b/w Rocking and Relaxing

45 powerhouse dance of the swamp woman

Dance of the Swamp Woman b/w Rocking and Relaxing

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Information/Write-up

Tremendous and ludicrously rare funk-rock single containing the long forgotten gem " Dance of the Swamp Woman". The band started in 1969 in Ottawa with Ken Stevenson, Doug Inglis (Goddo) & Barry Gosselin on bass. From 1970 to 1971 Terry McKeown replaced Gosselin on bass. He in turn was succeeded by Chris Vickery (The Majestics, Damage, Icarus) in 1972. Guitarist Louis McKelvey (Damage, Influence, Milkwood) played with the band briefly while Vickery was in the group. Finally in 1973, Brian Rading (5 Man Electrical Band) became the bass player with Joey joining approximately 4 months later. The lineup that recorded the single was only together for around 6 months before splitting up in Sept 1973, just prior to the release of their only recording.

Jocelyn "Joey" Cleroux: vocals
Doug Inglis: drums
Brian Rading: bass
Ken Stevenson: guitar

with notes from Ken Stevenson

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