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Ridgerunner Rohan's - Jan. 16, 1976
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- Sound recording
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Mike Beddoes (guitar, vocals), Joel Bert (percussion), Gary Cramer (guitar, vocals), David Engleman (bass, vocals), Larry McGillivray (drums, vocals), Elliot Turret (guitar, vocals)
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Jan. 16, 1976 (Creation)
- Ridge Runner
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1 audio cassette (91 m) : iron oxide, 4.75 cm/s, instantaneous, acoustic, stereo ; 0.4 cm
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Ridge Runner was a Vancouver-based psychedelic rock band that was active 1975-1976. Many of the members were formerly members of the folk-rock band Brain Damage, including Joel Bert (percussion), Gary Cramer (guitar, vocals), David Engleman (bass, vocals), and Larry McGillivray (drums, vocals); they joined Mike Beddoes (guitar, vocals), and later Elliot Turret (guitar, vocals) to form Risge Runner.
Ridgerunner played a number of music festivals across British Columbia, including the Edgewood Fair, Habitat ’76, the Easter Be-in, and several tours of the Kootenays and Vancouver Island. They also played in Edmonton and Seattle. Ridgerunner reunited after 25 years for a 20th year celebration of Rohan’s Rockpile nightclub.
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Item is an audio recording of a performance by the band Ridgerunner at Rohan's Rockpile in Vancouver (B.C.). The audio for several of the songs is cleaner than a typical performance; it is likely that these recordings were captured directly through the instrument microphones via the mixing board during a rehearsal.
Audio frequently cuts out.
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Playback of physical tape restricted for preservation reasons.
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Reproduction permitted for fair dealing purposes; other uses may require permission of copyright owner.
Recorded on both sides of compact cassette.
Copyright: City of Vancouver Archives, members of Brain Damage; expiry: 2027-01-01.