Eternal Triangle

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A fleeting collaboration of three top Vancouver, BC recording artists -- Tom Northcott, Howie Vickers (lead singer of the Collectors), and Susan Pesklevitz (later of the Poppy Family) -- the Eternal Triangle…
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A fleeting collaboration of three top Vancouver, BC recording artists -- Tom Northcott, Howie Vickers (lead singer of the Collectors), and Susan Pesklevitz (later of the Poppy Family) -- the Eternal Triangle cut two songs in 1967 ("It's True" b/w "Watch Me Go") for a weekly TV show entitled, Let's Go. Both tunes were released as a single on the Syndrome label -- the 45 was then repressed on Northcott's New Syndrome label with "My New Love" as the new B-side. With crisp percussive chords keeping the beat, "My New Love" is dark folk-rock echoing the sounds of San Francisco the summer before -- more Mystery Trend than Vejtables. The track appears on the History of Vancouver Rock and Roll, Volume 4 (VRCA 004; 1991).