Signs" is a song by the Canadian rock group Five Man Electrical Band. It was written by the band's frontman, Les Emmerson and popularized the relatively unknown band, who recorded it for their second album, Good-byes and Butterflies, in 1970. Signs" was originally released that year as the B-side to the relatively unsuccessful single "Hello Melinda Goodbye" ( Canada).
The Five Man Electrical Band. Songs in album The Five Man Electrical Band - Absolutely Right: Best Of Five Man Electrical Band (1995). Moonshine (Friend Of Mine). The Five Man Electrical Band. 02:11 320 Кб/с 156. 5. The Man With The Horse And Wagon. 04:46 320 Кб/с 120. 6.
Five Man Electrical Band. 2. Last Time I Saw Memphis. 4. Half Past Midnight. You Gonna Lose That Girl (The Beatles cover). Side B. 1. Maple Lane. Black Sheep Of The Family. 3. Fancy Dancin' Man (Gordon and Bonner). Moonshine. Mama's Baby Child. Man With The Horse And Wagon. Variations On A Theme Of Lepidoptera. Album, 1972, Lionel Records. Absolutely Right: The Best Of Five Man Electrical Band. Compilation, 1995, Polygram. Signs (LP version). Dance Of The Swamp Woman. Hello Melinda, Goodbye.
Five Man Electrical Band, one of the more creative Canadian groups of the early '70s, edged toward the American "big time" without ever really receiving their due. Springing from the accomplished harmonies of all five bandmembers and leader Les Emerson's socially attuned penmanship, the band was equally at home firing off catchy pop hits ("Signs," "Absolutely Right") as it was with more ambitious, roots rock-grounded album material ("Coming of Age," "Country Girl Suite")
Five Man Electrical Band recorded on a CD (Along with Charlie Major, Terry Tuffs, Ted Daigle, Johnny Reid and Johnny Vegas with Dick Maloney to name a few). Not sure about local record stores). Due to losing a couple of the artists on this CD, would be a great addition to your. Five Man Electrical Band (with majority of original members) recorded God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen.
The group consisted of Les Emmerson, Brian Rading, Ted Gerow, Mike Belanger and Rick Belanger. Originally recording and touring as The Staccatos, they chose the title of their second album (1969) as the new name for the band. In 1969, the band recorded "Moonshine (Friend of Mine)" for an unsuccessful movie The Moonshine War starring Alan Alda. Five Man Electrical Band. Perfil: Formed in Los Angeles United States, and best known for their 1971 anti-establishment hit "Signs". Featured guitarist/vocalist Les Emmerson, bassist Brian Rading, keyboardist Ted Gerow, and drummers Rick Belanger and Mike Belanger. After moving to Los Angeles is when on the advice of Brian Rading changed name from The Staccatos to Five Man Electrical Band. The Staccatos released their second album, Five Man Electrical Band, in 1968, and renamed themselves after it the following year.
|K14149||Five Man Electrical Band||Moonshine (Friend Of Mine) (7", Promo)||MGM Records||K14149||US||1970|
|14149X||Five Man Electrical Band||Moonshine (7", Single, RE)||MGM Records||14149X||Canada||1972|