Original Rhinoceros singer and multi-instrumentalist Alan Gerber has a site at www.alangerber.org where you can buy his excellent three nineties albums (see below). Alan is currently living in Quebec, and is playing gigs both with his band and solo in Canada and the USA. His voice sounds great, and the music is a mix of blues, soul and boogie. There are more details on his site.
Chicken Walk (1994)
Fools That Try (1997)
The Boogie Man (1999)
Danny Weiss Links:
Danny's Album 'Sweet Spot' on Marshmellow records
Danny's page on MySpace
Danny at Soundclick:
Page about Danny at CD Baby
Rick Cagnon's Iron Butterfly Tribute:
The All Music.com entry about Danny:
The Rolling Stone interview with Ahmet Ertegun
including a section about Danny and the Iron Butterfly :
General Rhinoceros Links:
'Ever Heard Of Rhinoceros?' - An article by Nick Warburton over at classicrockpage.com.
The Canadian Music Encyclopedia entry for Rhinoceros
Borderline Books.com page about Rhinoceros
Page about Rhinoceros at Getmusic.com
Page about Billy Mundi
A biog of Barry Friedman aka Frazer Mohawk.
Page about Bodine on The Regents Site, which has a guide to Pacific Northwest Bands from the 50's, 60's, & 70's, to Present.
Places where you may be able to get Rhinoceros records:
Gemm Records, a searchable directory of online record merchants
A-1 Record Finders, will try to locate out-of-print vinyl records
Rockhouse Music Mail Express, show a selection of Rhinoceros vinyl.
Other articles by Nick Warburton:
Mastin and Brewer
An article on Mastin and Brewer.
3's a Crowd
An article on 3's a Crowd.
Louis McKelvey featuring Malcolm Tomlinson
An article about Louis McKelvey and featuring Malcolm Tomlinson.
Dewey Martin - One Buffalow Heard
The story of New Buffalo Springfield and Medicine Ball
Stan Endersby - Musical Partnerships
The Tripp, The Just Us, Livingston's Journey, Heaven and Earth and Maple Oak.
Influence: Mad Birds of Prey
An article about the Canadian band Influence.
Mandala: Soul Crusade
An article about the Toronto Band Mandela.
Jack London & The Sparrows
An article about Jack London & The Sparrows, who evolved into ('Born To Be Wild') Steppenwolf.
Luke & The Apostles
Luke & The Apostles were formed by guitarist Mike McKenna and singer Luke Gibson in Toronto, 1964
An article on Jethro Tull's guitarist on the Marmalade skies website
The White Ship - The Psychedelic Voyage of HP Lovecraft
A full history and biography of the band.
Rick James and The Mynah Birds
An article about the Toronto band that featured Neil Young and Rick "Superfreak" James.
Rick James’ early years, Salt ‘N’ Pepper, Heaven and Earth, Great White Cane and the Stone City Band.
An article about the Canadian folk-rock band.
An article about the Canadian band, originally from Ontario.
Luke and The Apostles
Elektra Records' producer Paul Rothchild is reported to have once lamented that Luke and The Apostles were the
“greatest album I never got make”. This article details their history.
Bobby Kris and the Imperials were the most popular group in Toronto in the mid-60's, this article tells the story.
Kinks bass player Peter Quaife left the band in 1969 and started Mapleoak with a number of musicians
who had "cut their teeth" on Toronto's rock scene.
Early Bruce Cockburn - The Flying Circus and Olivus
On the Bruce Cockburn website.
The Story of South African acid-rock legends Freedom's Children.
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