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Brave Belt (country rock)

Brave Belt was a rock / country-rock band from Winnipeg, Manitoba founded by Randy Bachman, active 1971-1972, becoming Bachman-Turner Overdrive in 1973. Founded in 1971 by Randy Bachman with his former Guess Who bandmate Chad Allen and Randy's brother Rob Bachman on drums. Fred Turner joined on bass & vocals later that year, after the first album. Allen left in 1972, after the second album, and third Bachman brother Tim Bachman joined on guitar. in 1973 this lineup released their first album as Bachman-Turner Overdrive. The eponymous first Bachman–Turner Overdrive album is essentially Brave Belt III, the album that was rejected by Reprise Records.

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Crazy Arms, Crazy Eyes 2:44                             Lifetime 1:53

Waitin' There For Me 3:17                                   I Am The Man 4:03

French Kiss 3:46                                                  It's Over 3:05

Rock And Roll Band 3:52                                    Wandering Fantasy Girl 2:50

I Wouldn't Trade My Guitar For A Woman 1:47   Holy Train 3:05

Anyday Means Tomorrow 3:02                            Scarecrow 5:38

Brave Belt - 1971

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Too Far Away 3:38                                              Dunrobin's Gone 3:10

Can You Feel It 2:36                                           Put It In A Song 3:34

Summer Soldier 3:23                                          Goodbye, Soul Shy 3:45

Never Comin' Home 3:40                                    Be A Good Man 2:51

Long Way 'Round 2:15                                        Another Way Out 3:30

Waterloo Country 5:00

Brave Belt  II - 1972