Christmas (3) ‎– Heritage

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SBA-16002 Christmas (3) Heritage(LP, Album, Gat) Daffodil Records SBA-16002 Canada 1970 Sell This Version
SDDL-934134 Christmas (3) Heritage(LP, Album) Festival Records SDDL-934134 Australia 1970 Sell This Version
LE 1009 Christmas (3) Heritage(CD, Album, RE) The Laser's Edge LE 1009 US 1993 Sell This Version
WS 885 653-2 Christmas (3) Heritage(CD, Album, Unofficial) Won-Sin Music Company WS 885 653-2 South Korea 2001 Sell This Version
AK 355 Christmas (3) Heritage(LP, Album, RE, Gat) Akarma AK 355 Italy 2006 Sell This Version
AGEK-2166 Christmas (3) Heritage(CD, Album, RE) Unidisc AGEK-2166 Canada Unknown Sell This Version
SBA-16002, SB A 16002 Christmas (3) Heritage(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial) Daffodil Records (3), Daffodil Records (3) SBA-16002, SB A 16002 Unknown Sell This Version

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Freak_Empire

Freak_Empire

September 4, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
referencing Heritage, CD, Album, RE, AGEK-2166
These Unidisc reissues have any rude words on the original recording beeped out ....unbelievable...redacted rock music lyrics...its a world first! Avoid..
Moscow

Moscow

December 30, 2008
referencing Heritage, CD, Album, RE, AGEK-2166

Christmas were a short-lived band from Oshawa, Canada. Lead singer, multiinstrumentalist and composer, Bob Bryden, put Christmas together on December 25, 1969. It was a rare specimen of unique Canadian progressive Hard Rock until the Rush era. The album Heritage was recorded by Terry Brown, the future producer of Rush, and released in the end of 1970. It demonstrates powerful and hypnotic guitars riffs from the golden era of Rhythm and blues, solid and raw sound with a tendency to musical evolution. Although all the members were very young (youngest Tyler Raizenne and Rich Richter were just 16 years old), their music was quite strong and original.