Fludd was a Canadian rock band in the 1970s, best known for their 1973 hit "Cousin Mary".
Fludd had its roots in a band called The Pretty Ones, formed by Ed Pilling and Greg Godovitz. The band was briefly part of Toronto's Yorkville scene in the 1960s, but broke up before achieving much commercial success. Pilling and his brother Brian then moved to Birmingham, England, where they formed a band called Wages of Sin and spent some time touring as a backing band for Cat Stevens in 1970, but returned to Toronto by the end of that year. Inspired by the then-emerging psychedelic blues rock sound of British acts such as Small Faces, they then reunited with Godovitz, and recruited drummer John Andersen and guitarist Mick Walsh to create Fludd.
The band released its self-titled debut album in 1971, and had a modest chart hit, "Turned 21", that year. Walsh subsequently left the band and was briefly replaced by Mick HopkinsЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Great Expectations [1975, альбом]
- Greatest Expectations [сборник]