The Collectors was a Canadian rock band active in the 1960s. It debuted in Vancouver, British Columbia, in 1961 as a house band (the C-FUN Classics) for CFUN radio, and renamed itself The Collectors in 1966. The band featured Howie Vickers on lead vocals, Bill Henderson on lead guitar, recorder, keyboards and lead vocals (these last mostly on Grass and Wild Strawberries), Claire Lawrence on tenor saxophone, harmonica, keyboards, flute, organ, recorder and vocals, Glenn Miller on bass and vocals, and Ross Turney on drums and percussion. The Collectors' biggest hit was their first single, 'Looking at a Baby', released in March 1967 on the Valiant label in the U.S. and on New Syndrome in Canada. It reached #4 on Toronto's CHUM-AM on April 24, 1967. In 1967, the group released its first, eponymously named album on the Warner Brothers label (Warner/Seven Arts). In the Fall of 1968 they released Grass and Wild Strawberries. The lyrics of this album were written by Canadian poetЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- The Collectors [1967, альбом]
- Grass and Wild Strawberries [1968, альбом]
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