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Screamin' Sam - Dust

Format: CD
Label: Pelican Records PECD 1403
Year: 1995
Origin: Toronto, Ontario, 🇨🇦
Genre: rock
Value of Original Title: $50.00
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Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: Ontario, Rock Room, 1990's


Track Name
Live for Today
Catholic Eyes
Been So Long
Another World
Wrapped Around You
Oh Oh Oh
Hot Dog City
Big Smoke
What You Started
There Comes a Time


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Around 1993, I got a call from Steve Koch asking me to join Screamin' Sam. A band featuring Sam Ferrera, Toronto punk legend formerly of The Viletones and The Ugly. Sam Sam and I had actually played together once before back in 1979 on a song I wrote which was recorded by Tyranna. Screamin' Sam lasted about 5 years resulting in a CD called Dust. Due to Sam`s health I was disappointed to see Screamin` Sam disband in 1997. During this time I also did some gigs with Cry Baby a band Steve Koch had played in. John Borra showed up at one of these shows with his guitar to do a warm up set. I think this the first time we met although I had seen him playing bass with various groups and around the clubs.

Steve Koch (Demics, Viletones, Handsome Neds, Groovy Religion): lead guitar, vocals
Daniel L'Heureux (State of Cane): rhythm guitar
Screamin' Sam Ferrara (Viletones, The Secrets, The Ugly): bass, vocals
Cleave Anderson (Blue Rodeo, The Wayouts, Tyranna, Battered Wives, The Sharks, Tyranna, John Borra Band,): drums

Additional musicians:
Chick Parker: rhythm guitar on tracks 3,4,6,7,8,10
Daniel L'Heureux: rhythm guitar on tracks 1,5
D. Carlino: keyboards on tracks 5,9,11

Produced by Trevor G for Shelton Group Entertainment
Engineered by Jeff McMullough
Recorded and mixed at Wellesley Sound, The Metal Works, Number Nine Studio, Studio 306
Mastered by Peter Moore
Executive producer: Gerry Young

Design and photography by Jill Ward
Artwork and layout by Neil Wind and Anneli West

Sculptures by Sam Ferrara


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