The Razor's Edge

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1960s US garage band. Bill Ande, lead guitar, Tom Condra, rhythm guitar, Jim Tolliver, bass and Dave Hieronymus, drums.

The Razor's Edge started out in Palm Beach County as the R-Dells (aka The Ardells (2)). After the Beatles hit, Steve Palmer had the idea of renaming them "The American Beetles" and sending them on a South American tour. After they returned, they hooked up with Bob Yorey, who was also producing local acts like the Mar-Vells and Bill Robinson & The Quails. They went to upstate New York and did "Let's Call It A Day Girl" and several other tracks, that Yorey put out on the Pow label. After returning to South Florida, Palmer put out their final single, "Get Yourself Together".
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Singles & EPs

SS 532 The Razor's Edge - Let's Call It A Day Girl / Avril = April diseño del album The Razor's Edge Let's Call It A Day Girl / Avril = April (Single) Pow! Records SS 532 UK 1966 Vender esta versión
POW 103 The Razor's Edge - Don't Let Me Catch You In His Arms / Night And Day diseño del album The Razor's Edge Don't Let Me Catch You In His Arms / Night And Day (Single) Pow! Records POW 103 US 1966 Vender esta versión
POW 103 The Razor's Edge - Night And Day / True Patron Of The Arts diseño del album The Razor's Edge Night And Day / True Patron Of The Arts(7", Single, Styrene) Pow! Records POW 103 US 1966 Vender esta versión
4932 The Razor's Edge - Get Yourself Together / Cloudy Day diseño del album Razor's Edge* Get Yourself Together / Cloudy Day(7") Power (7) 4932 US 1967 Vender esta versión
POW 105 The Razor's Edge - Baby's On His Way diseño del album The Razors Edge* Baby's On His Way(7") Pow! Records POW 105 US 1967 Vender esta versión