Five Man Cargo - Military Madness b/w If a Song is Enough (promo)

Format: 45
Label: Bulldog
Year: 1970
Origin: Vancouver, British Columbia
Genre: pop
Value of Original Title: $75.00
Make Inquiry/purchase: email ryder@robertwilliston.com
Release Type: Singles
Websites:  No
Playlist: British Columbia, 1970's, Canadian Pop


Side 1

Track Name
Military Madness

Side 2

Track Name
If a Song is Enough



Five Man Cargo - Military Madness b/w If a Song is Enough (promo)


Military Madness b/w If a Song is Enough (promo)


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Orly Anderson: bass, vocals
Warren Cann: drums
Bob Douglas: bass, vocals
Sid Fattedad: drums
Dave Jonsson: drums
Roy Kessler: bass
Gerald Laishley: lead vocals
Lance Massey: lead guitar
Danny Piry: rhythm guitar, vocals
Jay Reyburn: rhythm guitar, vocals
John Telling: lead guitar, vocals

The band performed at The Breakers, The Reef, The Body Shop, Garry’s Place and various places I do not care to remember. We toured with Brave Belt / BTO and at the time was also manages by Bruce Allan. We did however spent a year in the basement on the Turkey farm we rented on 152nd and Fraser Highway, Surrey, and recorded enough material for an album which was never released. I replaced Dave Johnson who had joined Cross Town Bus who I also played with for a short stint. I later returned the favour to David and offered him my gig with Garry Stephens who he stayed with for 4 years playing a house gig at Puchini’s on Main Street. Later on that same band became the All Foreman Band.

-Nick Dokter, September 2008


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