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David George (pop rock)

David George was signed to G.A.S. Records and released the album ‘Bit of Both’ in 1973. He had immediate RPM Top100 singles chart success with the double A-sided “Bit of Both/Underneath Twilight Canopy” starting in early May 1973 and peaking at No.49 on June 16th that year.  With a new deal on A & M Records he charted with his debut single for the label – “Tropical Heat” – on May 24, 1975. The single peaked at No.67 on June 14th, 1975.  A year later he returned to the chart with a cover of the American hit “Scorpio” in May 1976 and peaked at No.67 on June 5, 1976. - Jaimie Vernon, The Canadian Pop Music Encyclopedia

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Bit Of Both - 1973


A1 Bit of Both 4:01                                     A2 Sing The Rain 2:53

A3 Alice 1:25                                              A4 Hole in Time 3:22

A5 Underneath the Twilight Canopy 2:22  B1 Preacher's Wife 2:46

B2 Tears 2:47                                             B3 Dusty Travelling Man 3:20

B4 Sudden and Easy 2:17                         B5 Turkey Trot 1:44

B6 Broke Baroque 3:09


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