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$30.00

Coulter, Bob - Chelsea/ Immigrant b/w Don't Let Me Go/ Seven Pillars of Wisdom (picture sleeve)

Format: 7"
Label: Red Records RWC 1
Year: 1979
Origin: Vancouver, British Columbia
Genre: power pop
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Value of Original Title: $30.00
Make Inquiry/purchase: email ryder@robertwilliston.com
Release Type: Singles
Websites:  No
Playlist: British Columbia, 1970's, Canadian Pop

Tracks

Side 1

Track Name
Chelsea
Immigrant

Side 2

Track Name
Don't Let Me Go
Seven Pillars of Wisdom

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Bob Coulter - Chelsea/ Immigrant b/w Don't Let Me Go/ Seven Pillars of Wisdom (picture sleeve)

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Bob Coulter - Chelsea/ Immigrant b/w Don't Let Me Go/ Seven Pillars of Wisdom (insert)

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Bob Coulter - Chelsea/ Immigrant b/w Don't Let Me Go/ Seven Pillars of Wisdom (insert)

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Chelsea/ Immigrant b/w Don't Let Me Go/ Seven Pillars of Wisdom (picture sleeve)

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Information/Write-up

Canadian singer/songwriter Bob Coulter released just one 4 song 7" EP in 1979 which was recorded in Vancouver B.C., Canada. The songs, all written by Bob Coulter are an interesting mix of melodic mod and power pop with artpunk and garage rock also a part of the mix.

Bob Coulter: lead vocals
Bruce Falkner: drums
Barry Muir (Barney Bentall and The Legendary Hearts, Payolas): bass
Reed Eurchuck: organ
John Ferreira (Colin James): guitar
Tim Ray (The AV): background vocals

Chelsea
-a mid-tempo, melodic power-pop rocker with great lead vocals from Bob Coulter, hot guitar, driving bass and drums with a nice guitar solo on the fade-out.

Immigrant
-a fast-tempo garage/artpunk rocker with excellent vocals from Bob Coulter, solid drumming, percolating bass and nice strummed guitar throughout.

Don't Let Me Go
a fast-tempo, melodic rocker with Reed Eurchuck on organ, Tim Ray does a fine job on the backing vocals, John Ferreira plays a hot guitar solo!

Seven Pillars Of Wisdom
-a multi-tempo pop rocker with terrific strummed guitar and fine vocals from Bob Coulter.

-All cuts produced by the legendary Ron Obvious

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