This is not my rip but it was requested so I post it here. It is described as "heavy rock with psychedelic overtones". The 12 minute title track is quite good but to be honest the whole thing is not really my bag. The reissue came out on Pacemaker (Pacemaker PACE033TB / 2000) with 7 bonus tracks. The band was from Thunder Bay/Ontario.
- Mr. Business Man
- Mr. Oil Man
- 20 Years
- Sally's Hymn
- 300 South
- Heidi Ho
- Sweet Susan
- Mr. Rock
- Uncle Benny
- I Believe In Freedom
- Sweet Eyed Satin Lady
- Better Thing To Do
Wayne Faulconer (gtr, vcls)
Tom Horricks (gtr, vcls, sax)
George Stevenson (bs, vcls)
Tom Cruickshank (drms, vcls)
Thunder Bay (Ontario/Canada)
1. Mr. Oil Man (Columbia 90020) 1970
1. 20 Years/Heidi Ho (Columbia C4-2969) 1970
2. Tambourine/Intermission (Columbia C4-3008) 1970
3. I Believe In Freedom/Magic Man (Columbia C4-3064) 1971
Get it here (Artwork included)
Listen to 20 Years
Sunday, March 16, 2008
Jarvis Street Revue - Mr. Oil Man (1970)
Posted by Buffalo Billycan at 6:07 PM
Labels: 1970, Canada, Jarvis Street Revue, Psychedelic
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Great heavy psych music. Another mega post in this great blog. Gracias. Thank you.
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