All Songs Guess Who
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All Albums included:
[1968] A Wild Pair
[1968] Wheatfield Soul
[1969] Canned Wheat
[1970] American Woman
[1970] Share The Land
[1971] So Long Bannatyne
[1972] Live At The Paramount (Live Album)
[1972] Rockin'
[1972] Wild One (Compilations)
[1973] #10
[1973] Artifical Paradise
[1974] Flavours
[1974] KSHE FM Radio Broadcast (Live Album)
[1974] Road Food
[1975] Electric Lady Studio, NYC (Live Album)
[1975] Power In The Music
[1976] The Way They Were (Previously Unreleased Songs)
[1978] Guess Who's Back (Post Burton Cummings-Era Album)
[1979] All This For A Song (Post Burton Cummings-Era Album)
[1988] On Tour (Live Album)
[1995] Lonely One (Liberty) (Post Burton Cummings-Era Album)
[2001] Running Back Through Canada (Live Album)
[2001] Shakin' All Over (Compilations)

The Guess Who is a Canadian rock band, formed in Winnipeg in 1965. Initially gaining recognition in Canada, the group found international success from the late 1960s through the mid-1970s with many hit singles, including "No Time", "American Woman", "Laughing", "These Eyes", "Undun" and "Share the Land". The band has continued to perform and record to the present day; and at various times has included many well-known musicians, including Burton Cummings and Randy Bachman (of Bachman–Turner Overdrive). Formed as a garage rock band,[1] their musical style encompassed the pop rock[2] and psychedelic rock[3] genres.

The band was inducted into The Canadian Music Hall of Fame in 1987.[4] In 2002, Randy Bachman, Burton Cummings, Garry Peterson, Donnie McDougall and Bill Wallace received the Governor General's Performing Arts Award for Lifetime Artistic Achievement for the Guess Who's contribution to popular music in Canada.[5]

Contents [hide]
1 History
1.1 Early years (1958–1965)
1.2 Transitional years and Let's Go (1966–1968)
1.3 Initial international success (1969–1970)
1.4 Personnel changes and continued success (1970–1975)
1.5 Reformations
1.6 The Guess Who in the 2000s
2 Discography
3 Lineups
3.1 The Silvertones
3.2 Allan and the Silvertones
3.3 Chad Allan and the Reflections
3.4 Chad Allan & the Expressions (Guess Who?)
3.5 The Guess Who
4 Filmography
5 Further reading
6 See also
7 References
8 External links

The Guess Who started out as a local Winnipeg band formed by singer/guitarist Chad Allan (real name: Allan Kowbel) in 1958 and initially called "Allan and the Silvertones". This was changed to "Chad Allan and the Reflections" in 1962, by which point the band consisted of five Winnipeg-born musicians: Chad Allan (lead vocals/guitar), Bob Ashley (keyboards), Randy Bachman (guitars, backing vocals), Jim Kale (bass, backing vocals), and Garry Peterson (drums, backing vocals).The Reflections name was chosen since it was similar to the British group The Shadows.

The band's debut single ("Tribute To Buddy Holly") was released on Canadian-American Records in 1962. Chad Allan and the Reflections then signed with Quality Records and released several singles in 1963/64, which were regional hits but did not make much of a mark across Canada. Quality released an instrumental single, "Inside Out", on their Reo subsidiary, deliberately miscredited to Bob Ashley & The Reflections.

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