|1. Signs (LP Version)|
|2. Dance Of The Swamp Woman|
|3. Hello Melinda, Goodbye|
|4. Moonshine (Friend Of Mine)|
|5. The Man With Horse And Wagon|
|6. Absolutely Right|
|7. Coming Of Age|
|8. Country Girl Suite|
|10. I'm A Stranger Here (LP Version)|
|11. We Play Rock 'N Roll|
|12. Money Back Guarantee|
|14. Signs (Single Version)|
|15. I'm A Stranger Here (Single Version)|
With Les Emmerson on lead vocal and guitar, keyboardist Ted Gerow, Brian Rading on bass, percussionist Rick Belanger and his brother Mike on drums, they had their best hit come first on the Lionel label when Signs went all the way to # 3 on the Hot 100 and # 4 RPM in the summer of 1971 b/w Hello Melinda, Goodbye [# 55 RPM].
Follow-up singles did not fare as well, with Moonshine (Friend Of Mine) and Julianna only making the Canadian charts [# 56 and # 17 RPM], but in November 1971 Absolutely Right peaked at # 26 Hot 100 and # 3 RPM b/w (You And I) Butterfly [not included]. After that, however, it was tough sledding.
Money Back Guarantee on the Lion label [Lionel shortened to Lion??] could only manage a # 72 in October 1972 on the more lucrative Billboard Hot 100, but rose to a respectable # 17 RPM in Canada b/w Find The One [omitted here], while I'm A Stranger Here topped out a notch lower at # 76 Billboard but an even better # 2 RPM in May 1973 b/w Doin' The Best We Can Rag [also omitted]. Their last Billboard hit then came in May 1974 when Werewolf reached # 64 Billboard/# 28 RPM for Polydor b/w Country Angel [not here].
Inside you get 3 pages of liner notes written in Toronto in 1995 by Russell Prowse, another nice shot of the group, and a partial discography of the contents [no label information]. The sound quality is excellent, and on the 10:36-long Country Girl Suite [track 8] you get to hear the vocal quality of Rick [The Devil And Miss Lucy] and Mike [She Used To Be My Woman] Belanger, in addition to Les [That Country Girl Of Mine].