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Brother
Label: Independent
1971 - Chicago, Illinois - Kurt had been with the Guess Who for just about 1 year.  After their success with Bus Rider and Hand Me Down World, Kurt, Vance, and Bill went into the studio and recorded three songs - Sending Money,  Second Time Around The Woodpile, and Good Time Charlie, under the name of 'Brother'.   The solo on Good Time Charlie was done by Mark Freed.

The single released had Sending Money on the A side, with Second Time Around the Woodpile on the B side.  Vance's last name at the time was Schmidt - it wasn't until 1977 that he legally changed his name to Masters.

1. SENDING MONEY
(Wallace, Winter, Schmidt)


2. SECOND TIME AROUND THE WOODPILE
(Wallace, Winter, Schmidt)


3. GOOD TIME CHARLIE
(Wallace, Winter, Schmidt)

Kurt Winter - guitar, vocals; Bill Wallace - bass, vocals; Vance Masters - drums, percussion, vocals


Guess Who's Back (Canadian Cover)
Label: Aquarius Records
1978 - Recorded at Roade Recording Studios, Winnipeg,   Manitoba, this album was originally intended to be only a demo tape.  Two separate covers were used - the one to the left for the Canadian release through Aquarius Records, and on the right, the European and Asian covers, released on Hilltak Records.  This was the last record Kurt Winter would appear on. Guess Who's Back (Overseas Cover)
Label: Hilltak Records


SIDE 1
1. C'MON LITTLE MAMA
(McDougall)


2. VANCOUVER
(Kale, Masters, McDougall, Winter)


3. NEVER TRUST A CHORUS GIRL  (McDougall, Winter)


4. RAISIN' HELL ON THE PRAIRIES
(Kale, Masters, McDougall, Winter)


SIDE 2
1. SWEET YOUNG THING
(Kale, Masters, McDougall, Winter)


2. KEEP ON SHINING
(McDougall)


3. MOON WAVE MAKER
(McDougall)


4. LAID IT ON ME ANYWAY
(Kale, Masters, McDougall, Winter)




Don McDougall - guitar, lead vocals; Kurt Winter - guitar, vocals; Vance Masters - drums, percussion, vocals; David Inglis - guitar, vocals; Jim Kale - bass, vocals

All This For A Song
Label: Atlantic Records
1979 and The Guess Who were now signed to Atlantic Records out of the United States.  This album had 2 different versions - a Canadian one with 9 new songs, and an international release, which was an amalgamation of Guess Who's Back and All This For A Song.  Just prior to the release of the record, Jim Kale was replaced by Brian Sellar on bass.

SIDE 1
1. TAXMAN  (McDougall, McLean)
2. THAT'S THE MOMENT  (McDougall)
3. SOUND THE HORNS OF GABRIEL  (McDougall)
4. ON OUR WAY  (McDougall)
5. PLASTIC PARADISE  (McDougall)
SIDE 2
1. IT'S GETTIN' PRETTY BAD  (Kale, Masters, McDougall)
2. SHARIN' LOVE  (McDougall)
3. CABBAGE TOWN  (McDougall)
4. ALL THIS FOR A SONG  (Kale, Masters, McDougall)

Sound The Horns of Gabriel, On Our Way, and Cabbage Town did not appear on the international releases of ALL THIS FOR A SONG.  In their place, were 4 songs from the GUESS WHO'S BACK album - C'Mon Little Mama, Raisin' Hell On The Prairies, Moon Wave Maker, and Sharin' Love.

Don McDougall - guitar, lead vocals; Vance Masters - drums, percussion, vocals; David Inglis - guitar, vocals; Jim Kale - bass, vocals


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