Created in 1967 around Larry Evoy (drums, vocals), Danny Marks (guitar) and Paul Weldon (organ), Edward Keep were authorized to Capitol. “You, Me & Mexico,” using their debut recording Bearings, strike the Canadian TOP in 1970. After their sophomore LP Eclipse, Edward Bear’s 1972 solitary “Last Melody” was another strike within the U.S. in addition to Canada and marketed over a single million copies. Marks and Weldon still left around this period; they were changed by Roger Ellis and Bob Kendall, neither of whom remained more than 2 yrs. Combined with the Greatest of the Keep (1984) as well as the Edward Keep Collection (1991), a self-titled record from 1972 and 1973’s Close Your Eye are also obtainable.
|1||This Canadian band took its name from a character in the A.A. Milne book "Winnie the Pooh".|
|Up All Nite||2009||TV Series 6 episodes|
|Last Night||1998/I||performer: "Last Song"|
|American Bandstand||1973||TV Series||Themselves|
|This Beat Goes On: Canadian Pop Music in the 1970s||2009||TV Movie documentary||Themselves|
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