Obscure 20th century Canadian bangers

Pre King Khan & BBQ material from Khan and Sultan

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After seeing Khan & BBQ at Oslo last year I’ve decided that Mark’s singing is hugely underrated.

Yeah definitely! There’s a raw soulfulness that you don’t always often come by. Would love to see a Khan & BBQ show (only seen Khan with the Shrines), there’s something timeless about the records that they’ve put out.

Upon spotting you post Les Sexareenos earlier, I revisited Misbehavin’ which led me to discover that Sultan actually put out a new record last Friday (not sure if it was mentioned in the new releases thread):

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Shame you couldn’t get to Hackney when they played there. It wasn’t too long ago, less than two years ago but more than a year, I think. You’d have had the pleasure of my DJing as well! :wink:

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When I was about 16/17 I loved this record. I don’t think I’ve ever listened to any of their other albums but I almost don’t want to, these two songs were the best tracks.

DBC - Pretty gnarly thrash band from Montreal

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Happy cannabis legalization day, everyone!!!

People know him from Blood Sweat & Tears but this mid-1960s effort is a banger and unjustifiably obscure.

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Rained Out Parade by Wide Mouth Mason

and Red and Morale and Hole In Your Head by Treble Charger

Happy Canada Day, ya hosers!!