Writers

  • Writer Alan Frederick Birmingham
  • Pub Co: Alan Frederick Birmingham
  • Admin: Non-cdbaby
  • Writer Robert Burgess
  • Pub Co: Robert Burgess
  • Admin: Non-cdbaby
  • Writer Eric W Metcalfe
  • Pub Co: Eric W Metcalfe
  • Admin: Non-cdbaby
  • Writer Phillip Braginetz
  • Pub Co: Phillip Braginetz
  • Admin: Non-cdbaby
  • Writer Tim Alleyne
  • Pub Co: Tim Alleyne
  • Admin: Non-cdbaby
  • Writer David Charles Hammond
  • Pub Co: David Charles Hammond
  • Admin: Non-cdbaby

Composer

Alan Frederick Birmingham, David Charles Hammond, Eric W Metcalfe, Phillip Braginetz, Robert Burgess, Tim Alleyne

Clearance

Easy Clear

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Control

Master

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Rights

Easy Clear: Master

Recording Type

Original

Country

CANADA - Québec

Aeon "Love Is Wounded"
Love Is Wounded
  • Performed By: Aeon
  • Album: Cancelled-Aeon
  • Album UPC: 889211193257
  • Album ID: aeon2
  • Label: Garage Gold
  • CD Baby Account: CDB02601412
  • CD Baby Track ID: TR0001016412
  • ISRC: ushm91489517
  • Released: 11/15/14

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Description

This long awaited album captures the sound from that golden era of 70's FM radio.

Note

Aeon, which evolved out of a couple of Montreal’s best-loved `60s groups, is the city’s great lost band.
Formed in 1973 by Al Birmingham and Bob Burgess (both from garage-rock legends The Haunted) and Rick Metcalfe (who had been in the equally-beloved Rabble), Aeon adopted a more ambitious and musically demanding approach. But while the sound was progressive, it remained commercial enough to seem tailor-made for the golden era of Montreal FM radio (Just take a listen to Once a Lifetime, for example).
Listening to the music now, you can imagine these songs on the airwaves when there were virtually no format restrictions and plenty of room for interesting ideas.
But the moment was missed.
At the time, record labels were all important - and for reasons that remain quite unfathomable, Aeon did not sign a contract.
These eight tracks, recorded during the 1974 to 1976 period, should have been FM staples. Forty years later, they are all that remain of Aeon, but they provide a fascinating glimpse of what might have been. The songs are now commercially available.

Bernard Perusse
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