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Todd, Bert And The Mystics - ST

Format: LP
Label: Chip-King Records C-KLP-101, World Record Corp. WRC1-1844
Year: 1979
Origin: Winnipeg, Manitoba
Genre: country, rock
Value of Original Title: $30.00
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Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: 1970's, Manitoba, Country & Western


Side 1

Track Name
Anywhere There's a Jukebox
You Can't Be True to One
Baby Blue Bedroom Eyes
There Stands the Glass

Side 2

Track Name
By Myself
Pretty Woman
Guitar Boogie Breakdown
Big Man On Your Knees
Bottled Up


Bert todd and the mystics back

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Bert todd and the mystics front



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Formed in 1960, The Mystics have virtually become an institution on the Winnipeg and Manitoba music scene. Over the years, many of Manitoba's finest musicians and singers have player with the band, and today that tradition continues under the leadership of "The Playboy" himself, and original founder of The Mystics, Bert Todd. With well known songwriter & picker Fred H. Oleson on lead guitar, Tony Ciuro on drums, and Scott Gair on bass, Bert Todd and The Mystics remain one of the busiest and most in demand bands around.

Surprisingly, this is the first album release for the band. It contains many of their most popular stage songs, including three tunes from previously released Mystics' singles, and a number of Fred H. Oleson originals. All in all, a great album by Bert Todd and The Mystics.

Bert Todd: guitars, vocals
Fred H. Oleson: guitars, bass, vocals
Tony Ciuro: drums, vocals
Maurice Prouix: guitars
Wes Wilson: guitars,bass, steel guitar
Dave Vonau: guitars
Wayne Link: steel guitar
Al Gain: steel guitar
Scott Gair: bass
Al Henry: bass
Mel Matthews: bass
Mike Klym: drums
Lorne Martin: drums
Sonny Kape: drums

Photography by Toews Studio, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Recorded at Maddock Recording Studio, Winnipeg, Manitoba


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