Robert Graves (electric guitar/business lead vocals) and brothers George (drums) and Andrew Douglas (bass) were just teenagers if they shaped the Amherst, Nova Scotia, hard rock and roll outfit Blue Potential, but still in senior high school when the music group recorded and self-released it is rare LP Small Model in 1976. Actually, Andrew Douglas was still many years from shaving — simply 12 years of age! — at that time the trio performed its initial professional gig in 1974. The three inseparable associates had get together as Blue Potential the previous season, and with continuous practice, the group proved helpful their way to the Maritimes and East Quebec rock and roll circuit, playing mainly on weekends at high-school dances. Unlike nearly all teen combos, right from the start they performed their own first compositions, many of them compiled by Graves. It had been on their Xmas vacation from college in 1976 that they produced the trek to Halifax, towards the just professional studio room in the encompassing area, and documented Limited Edition, the right name for an record of which only one 1,000 copies had been pressed, rendering it mainly a promotional item, or something for supporters to get at concert events. Though still underage, Blue Potential shortly graduated to playing regional bars and night clubs and, in the summertime months, marketing their own area concerts. Over another 2 yrs, the music group enjoyed substantial regional achievement. In 1978, they went their separate methods. George Douglas continuing to try out drums part-time in local people bands. His sibling Andrew returned to his 1st love, your guitar. He and Graves reunited on the ensuing years in a set of rings, Achilles and Mother’s Dread. The latter constructed a big cult following through the entire ’90s. Equipment Fab pulled Small Release from obscurity in 2003, reissuing the record on Compact disc with a few previously unreleased reward tracks.