Cochrane’s highway takes a turn for the better. There aren’t Many Pursuits Tom Cochrane approaches half-heartedly. No matter the task at hand.
Articles on Ken Greer as a Musician and Producer.
RPM – Sep 18 1993 The four members of The Saddletramps met in 1985 …
When a Gowan song clicks in concert, it’s usually because of a strong visual component
Seventeen years ago the majestic sounding single Conquistador hit the popular charts with the authority of a cymbal crash.
Part Land Part Water – The Partland Bros. PRM – Sep 04 1983 The Partlands had three Top 50 hits when they were with Capitol throughout the late ’80s…
Red Rider – Poor Tom Cochrane’s got it all wrong. Doesn’t know you can’t try and be intellectual in rock ‘n’ roll, especially the Canadian Variety.
For a couple of years, Tom Cochrane’s Red Rider has been Canada’s most underrated successful rock band.
It’s all occurred quite subtly. No one was really aware of the secret society known as Friends of the Beaver, a society dedicated to the promotion of Canadian rock ‘n’ roll.
Tom Cochrane’s songs tell of struggle and justice – not at all your usual rock lyrics. A note to Wreck Beach Nudists: No, that wasn’t the Chariots of Fire sequel being filmed from a helicopter.
Red Rider Rides Into Sacramento – “They were a lot better than I thought they would be,” said Greg Cannon of Orangeville as rock group Red Rider was leaving the stage.
The alarming image of an urban mob’s peverse fascination with death in Power (Strength in Numbers) opens Neruda, Red Rider’s most lyrically powerful release to date
The second LP by Red Rider, As Far As Siam, (Capitol) is a considerable improvement over Don’t Fight it, which suffered from unexciting production and the group’s indecisiveness.