Crowbar. Bad Manors (Golden Hits Volume 1)

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Crowbar a Canadian Band. Members of this band

Starting in 1969 and continuing into the early 1970's most of the members of the group had been a backup band for Ronnie Hawkins under the name "And Many Others". However, in early 1970, he fired them. They recorded their first album in 1970, called Official Music, as King Biscuit Boy and Crowbar". King Biscuit Boy left the band later in 1970 but continued to appear off and on as a guest performer, he was vocals and harmonica.

In 1970 they released Bad Manors (Golden Hits Volume 1) as Crowbar. A good album including the following songs:

 

  1. "Frenchman's Filler #1" – 1:13
  2. "Too True Mama" – 2:52
  3. "Let The Four Winds Blow" – 2:20
  4. "The House Of Blue Lights" – 2:44
  5. "Train Keep Rollin'" – 2:49
  6. "Baby Let's Play House" – 3:02
  7. "Oh What A Feeling" – 4:18
  8. "Frenchman's Filler #2" – 0:32
  9. "Frenchman's Filler #3" – 0:35
  10. "Murder In The First Degree" – 5:10
  11. "In The Dancing Hold" – 3:48
  12. "Mountain Fire" – 3:56
  13. "Prince Of Peace" – 4:07
  14. "Frenchman's Filler #1" – 0:45

Margaret Trudeau really enjoyed the band and because of that Crowbar was featured as the opening act of Pierre Trudeau's 1972 re-election campaign rallies.

This album on Paramount Records is in very good condition. Looks like new. The cover very little wear.