Hey, It has been a while, but here are more photos emerging from the depths of long-term storage. It looks like a history of some of the groups that I have been a part of: the first is Snark (!) which was formed out of the members of Burnaby's "Cross Town Bus." We played hard-rocking blues. Next in chronological order is "The Deluxe Portable Band", playing jug-band, folk and blues. "Foxfire" was a group featuring Alison Hogan as vocalist singing original jazz rock compositions. "Doug and the Slugs" is next, playing you know what, I suppose. Last, but not least is "Jump"- a great original New-Wavey kind of band. There could be more photos that emerge in time!
Anyone remember when the yellow and purple Kelly-Deyong Sound House was at the corner of Broadway and MacDonald?
The Cover of the Program Guide (after Dr Hook)
Well, we're big folk singers, we've got golden fingers,
and we're loved every where we go,
we sing about truth, and we sing about beauty,
for twenty-five dollars a show!
We don't take pills, but we've had some thrills,
but the one we've never tried-
Is the thrill that'll gitcha, when you get your picture
on the cover of the
Killarney Community Centre Spring & Summer Program Guide!
chorus: ( Program Guide ...) Wanna see my picture on the cover
(Program Guide...) Wanna buy five copies for my mother...
(Program Guide...) Wanna see my smilin' face
On the cover of the Killarney Community Centre Spring