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J.C. Stone (rock, pop)

Vancouver, British Columbia’s J.C. Stone had a small taste of chart success with the independent Leo Label single “Carrie’s Gone” from the album ‘Stealin’ the Night’ which peaked at No.34 on the RPM Top 100 Singles chart on October 26, 1974. After signing a distribution deal with London Records in 1975, Stone released “Look At the Stars” which failed to chart but the B-side to the promo single, “Singing Laura’s Song”, was issued as its own single in the Spring of 1976 and reached No.56 on the RPM Top 100 Singles chart on June 19, 1976. - Jaimie Vernon, The Canadian Pop Music Encyclopedia

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Stealin' The Night - 1981


A1 Stealin' The Night 3:14                         A2 The Sound Of My Heartbeat 3:40

A3 I Want To Be Your Dog 4:04                 A4 Big Mistake 3:31

A5 Doc Fingers 4:12                                  B1 Love Is Gonna Turn It All Around 2:47

B2 Whispers 3:43                                      B3 Holdin' You 3:42

B4 Runnin' Wild 3:41                                 B5 Love Games 3:10


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