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49th Parallel - 1969 - 49th Parallel


49th Parallel was one of an unusual breed of garage punk bands to come out of Canada in the mid-'60s. Originally known as the Shades of Blond when they were formed in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, the band featured Dennis Abbott on vocals, Dan Lowe and Bob Carlson on guitars, Dave Petch at the organ, Mick Woodhouse on bass, and Terry Bare on drums. 49th Parallel was renamed Painter and later Hammersmith  in the 1970s. At their best, 49th Parallel had a hard, cutting sound that could have put them in the front ranks of garage punk bands, their slashing guitars and swirling organ around Abbott's lead vocals making a compelling and memorable sound, which was easily adaptable to psychedelic punk. Their slow ballads were suitably spacey in a pop/rock vein, but it was their harder numbers that hold up best. Like a lot of '60s bands, they outlived their era and metamorphosed into new shapes and directions.

01 - Labourer
02 - You Do Things
03 - She Says
04 - Blue Bonnie Blue
05 - Up To No Good
06 - Now That I'm A Man
07 - Get Away
08 - Eye To Eye
09 - Missouri
10 - (Come On Little Child) Talk To Me
11 - Magician
12 - Lazerander Filcny
13 - Close The Barn Door
14 - The People
15 - Good Time Baby
16 - I Need You
17 - Citizen Freak

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