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Chimo (psychedelic rock)

Chimo! (Inuit for “Hello”) was a rock band of the late 1960s and early 1970s. It grew out of the Georgian People in 1969. The band recorded an album for Revolver Records.  They played Toronto's Maple Leaf Gardens with sister group Chicago to a full house, and opened the second day of the Festival Express with The Band and Janis Joplin that was held at Canadian National Exhibition Stadium on June 28, 1970. They also appeared at the Midsummer Night Rock Festival at Michigan State Fairground in Detroit on July 4 with shock-rocker Alice Cooper, the Electric Circus, and others.

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Silken Silver Melody 3:10                                                                            

Is That You Girl 3:43                            Hour Glass 5:19

Lonely Girl 2:30                                   Etc Blues 5:01

Elephant Bath 2:21                              Sheba 3:12

Time Waits For No Man 3:56              Procession Of Mabs 2:52

Day After Day 6:33

Chimo! - 1970


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