Signed by Jerry Moss to A&M Records in October 1971. Recorded first for A&M Records in the U.S. then for A&M Records Canada. Within two months of signing, the group appeared on CBC-TV's "Video One" on December 1.
Moss also oversaw the liner photos and suggested a list price of 5.98 with the goal of making the double album more open to audience acceptance. The first pressing of the debut album in Canada was 25,000 units. The album went gold in Canada within one month of release.
Canada dropped the band in 1973.
|Bill Henderson||1971-1983||bass, guitar, piano, vocals|
|Claire Lawrence||1971-1972, 1983||flute, bass, organ, sax, vocals|
|Glenn Miller||1972-1983||bass guitar, vocals|
|Ross Turney||1972-1983||drums, percussion, organ|
|Howard Froese||1973-1983||guitar, keyboards, vocal|