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$35.00

Sugar Cane - ST

Format: LP
Label: Quality, Celebration CEL 1895
Year: 1974
Origin: Victoria, British Columbia
Genre: pop, rock
Keyword: 
Value of Original Title: $35.00
Make Inquiry/purchase: email ryder@robertwilliston.com
Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: British Columbia, 1970's, Vancouver Island Collection, Canadian Rock, Canadian Pop

Tracks

Side 1

Track Name
Champagne Body
Someday It Will Be
Once
She Gives Me Life (Candy)
Straight Away From You

Side 2

Track Name
Lovin' Makes You Feel So Good
Grown Man Cry
Happy Things To Say
I Love Rock & Roll
Something Real

Photos

Sugar cane jumpin 3

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Sc set 4

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Sugar cane promo

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Sugar cane chris new

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Sugar cane at vic high

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Sugar cane team

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Sugarcane cameron bandshell

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Sugarcanerpm %28sweet life%29

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Sugar cane on park bench

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Sugar cane bob

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Sugar cane tim and ross

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Sugar cane beacon hill park bandstand 1972

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Sugar cane 2 promo pic

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Sugar cane at mt doug park

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Information/Write-up

Sugar Cane was together in the first format (6 members) in the early 70's and then a second format in the late 70's with just four members, of which myself and the drummer were from the original band. We did tour to Toronto and record there, but never were based there. We recorded one album under the Quality Records label, but the album did not do as well as everyone was expecting.

Brian T. Eccles: lead and harmony vocals, percussion
Tim Zurowski: lead and rhythm guitar, banjo
Ray Luxemburg : keyboards, harmonica, guitar
Ross Milnthorp: drums, percussion, background vocals
Bob Geddes: lead and rhythm guitar
Brian Pannell: bass
Chris Nash: lead vocals
Micky Erbe: horn arrangements

Recorded at Eastern Sound Studios, Toronto, Ontario and Kaye/Smith Studios, Seattle, Washington, USA
Produced by R.A. (Bob) Morten
Engineered by David Stock and Richie Moore
Artwork and Design by Chuck Dalzell
Photo by Harry Kern

Special thanks to: Susy & Dave Ringland for their help & encouragement.
Thanks also to "Beej" for sound & Steve "Flash" Farner for lights

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