Dan Lowe spent a huge component of his music career working being a guitarist with several rings through a good-sized set of singles and albums on brands like Mercury, Elektra, and Gaiety. He also spent period as a maker for several performers, and an inventor, discovering an enhancement way for stereo system called Q-Sound. He actually did just a little composing for any film on the way. Lowe started his professional documenting profession in 1966 in Alberta, within the group the Tones of Blond. As the turbulent ’60s continued, the band turned members, also to a fresh name, 49th Parallel. Lowe remained on through several travels, one self-titled record, and several singles, including “Twilight Girl,” “Missouri,” “Resident Freak,” “YOU DECIDE TO DO Stuff,” and “GIVEN THAT I’m a guy.” In the first ’70s, the group was known as Painter, and Hammersmith. Lowe added many fresh albums to his set of credits during those years. 1980 discovered him dealing with a fresh group, 451 Levels. One self-titled recording later it had been Prototype. A number of the performers Lowe distributed the stage with within the above bands had been Doran “Dorn” Beattie, Barry Allen, Dave Downey, Terry Bare, Mick Woodhouse, Dave Petch, Bob “Supplement” Ego, Bob Carlson, Jack port Velker, and Dennis Mundy.