An obscure footnote from Vancouver, BC's early '70's music roster, this foursome included Mike Bosley (songwriter and lead guitarist); Gary Webstad (bass); Jerry Lipinski (rhythm guitar); and Howie Atherton (drums). The band cut "Paper Rose" (1970) and "Part Of The Season" (1972) as singles for the local S.G.M. label; other self-penned repertoire included "Funny" and "Downhill Slope." In its folky California guitar stylings, "Paper Rose" hearkens back to Spirit and Moby Grape; while "Part Of The Season" is fuzz-funk with a more contemporary seventies feel. Like many of their contemporaries, the group vanished without a trace. Their two-single legacy resurfaced, however, on the History Of Vancouver Rock, Volume 4 (Vancouver Record Collectors' Association VRCA 004, 1991).
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