Edward Bear was a Toronto-based Canadian pop-rock group. The band is best known for its chart-topping single, "Last Song," and "Close Your Eyes," used as the signing-off song for Delilah's radio show. The Edward Bear Revue, later Edward Bear, was formed in 1966 by singer and percussionist Larry Evoy and bassist Craig Hemming. The name is derived from . Milne's Winnie the Pooh, whose "proper" name is Edward Bear. At first the band had a bluesy, rock sound; at one point they opened for Led Zeppelin.
Edward Bear - Edward Bear (Vinyl-rip, 1971). Edward Bear (named after the real name of literature's Winnie The Pooh) was formed in 1967, initially as a five piece (including two drummers), but after an internal shuffle Evoy took on vocal duties along with his drumming with Marks and Weldon to be a stand alone trio. But, the record failed to find a substantial audience after the single "You Can't Deny It" showed poorly on the charts. However, the band was hitting its stride with their third album in 1972, 'Edward Bear', with back-to-back charting singles: "Fly Across The Sea" and "Masquerade" but the new commercial sound wasn't the direction that Weldon had come to expect from the band's earlier outtings and he left before their biggest selling single, "Last Song", was released in. 1972.
Edward Bear was a Toronto-based Canadian pop-rock group, formed originally in 1966 by Larry Evoy and Craig Hemming. Marks left the band the following year and was succeeded by Roger Ellis. The band had several chart successes in the early 1970s before disbanding in 1974.
EDWARD BEAR - Eclipse (1970) 04. Pickering Tower. EDWARD BEAR - Eclipse (1970) 08. Monday.
Four Months Out to Africa. You Can't Deny It. 2:58. Long Forgotten Day. 2:50.
Long Forgotten Day - Edward Bear. Pirate King - Edward Bear. T-1 Blues - Edward Bear. Pickering Tower - Edward Bear. You Can't Deny It - Edward Bear. Chris's Song - Edward Bear.
On this show we tap into a Canadian band with a bunch of rarities but all of those are now in 1 show. but you will now hear more songs by this band. Intro: Chris's Song 1. On & On 2. Monday 3. Your Own Best Friend 4. Close Your Eyes 5. Here I Go Again 6. I Had Dreams 7. Windwood Song 8. Fly Across The Sea 9. Fool 10. Same Old Feeling 11. Last Song 12. You Can't Deny It 13. You, Me & Mexico 14. Freedom For The Stallion 15. Four Months Out Of Africa 16.
The Edward Bear Revue, later Edward Bear, was formed in 1966 by singer and percussionist Larry Evoy and bassist Craig Hemming. Four Months Out To Africa", "Chris' Song", "You Can't Deny It", "Pickering Tower", "T-1 Blues", "Pirate King", "Long Forgotten Day, "Monday". Musicians: Danny Marks, Paul Weldon, Larry Evoy. Weldon designed a large percentage of the album covers released in Canada between 1971 and 1974. Weldon's work includes cover art for the 1972 release of Funkadelic's America Eats Its Young.