Centaurs from canada to europe

$15.00

Centaurs - From Canada To Europe

Format: CD, LP
Label: Vintage Trax VTR-CD1001
Year: 2018
Origin: Richmond, British Columbia
Genre: garage, rock
Keyword: 
Value of Original Title: $15.00
Make Inquiry/purchase: email ryder@robertwilliston.com
Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: British Columbia, 1960's, Canadian Rock

Tracks

Side

Track Name
On Your Way
You Never Let Me Do Nothin'
Heart Full Of Soul
Hey Little Girl
Walk That Walk
Hungry
Elaine
Money
Be Happy
Kicks
Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White
Come On Up
One More Time
See See Rider
Long Green

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Centaurs from canada to europe

From Canada To Europe

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Information/Write-up

The Centaurs were one of the top rock bands to come out of Vancouver Canada in the mid 60's. With their long hair and bad boy image, they were way ahead of their time in both their sound and style. They left Vancouver seeking fame and fortune and ended up in Holland and Germany where they quickly rose to the top of their game, sharing the stage with some of the biggest groups of the day and gaining thousands of adoring fans.

The tracks represented here are high quality studio recordings from 1966 transferred from the original analog master tapes, plus a few live bonus tracks recorded in 1967 in Amsterdam, Holland, just to give the listener a feel of the period from the band's perspective.

Fans of 60's garage/punk music will greatly appreciate these never before released tracks remastered by award winning mastering engineer Stephen Marsh in Los Angeles. Read the full story of the band's further adventures inside the elaborate gatefold cover (LP) or in the deluxe 16 page booklet (CD) with never before seen color photos, memorabilia, and rare concert posters from the band member's personal collections.

Hugh Reilly (Cranbrook, B.C.) (The Rogues): guitar
John Gedak (Richmond, B.C.): drums
Don Wylie (The Rogues): vocals, guitar
Al West: bass
Louis Pitre (Canadian VIP's) (Richmond, B.C.): keyboards
Ron Williams (Saskatoon): vocals
Robert Brown: organ

Artwork: Ralph Alfonso
Executive Producer: Jamie Anstey
Liner Notes: Jamie Anstey
Mastered by: Stephen Marsh
Reissue Producer: Jamie Anstey
Transferred by: Jamie Anstey

Distributed by Light In The Attic
Distributed by Clear Spot International B.V.
Distributed by Regenerator Records

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