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Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Crowbar 1973 KE32746

Genre: Rock
Rate: 128 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:38:18
Size: 35,08 MB


From 1969 to 1970, 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, saying "You guys are so crazy that you could fuck up a crowbar in three seconds!" They recorded their first album in 1970 (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.

Crowbar's rock, blues and boogie mix made it one of Canada's most popular touring bands of the early 1970s. The band toured in the United Kingdom but, otherwise, made little impact outside of Canada, perhaps the result of the strong nationalistic fervour that characterised its performances.

Crowbar disbanded in 1975, but was revived in 1977 (minus Jozef Chirowski, who had joined Alice Cooper's band) for a tour of eastern Canada and again by Kelly Jay and others intermittently during the 1980s for club work in southern Ontario. (


01 - Million Dollar Weekend 03:10

02 - Something Happened Yesterday 04:25

03 - Trumpet Rose 03:25

04 - All The Living Things 03:19

05 - Go For The Throat 04:59

06 - Kilroy 02:47

07 - Rocky Mountain Tragedy 05:46

08 - The Killing Time Trilogy 06:55

09 - Nothing Lasts Forever 03:32

Crowbar here:



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