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In November 1967, The Paupers' debut album, Magic People, peaked at US No. 178, but its modest success was overshadowed by Denny Gerrard's departure in early 1968. His replacement was bassist/vocalist Brad Campbell from Marion's previous group The Last Words. Around the same time, The Paupers also added (for live purposes) former BTB4 keyboard player Peter Sterbach, who quit after a month. In January 1968, a final single was lifted from The Paupers’ debut album, "Think I Care", but it failed to chart.
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The PAUPERS - South Down Road '68 (Psychedelic Rock). LP : Ellis Island (1968) Adam Mitchell : guitar, piano, organ, vocals - Brad Campbell : bass Chuck Beal : lead guitar, steel - Skip Prokop : drums, guitar. The Paupers - Southdown Road. com/playlist?list PLIe FDxzlOWOt. The Paupers Southdown Road. Band - The Paupers Track - Yes I Know Album - Ellis Island Year - 1968 Adam Mitchell - lead vocals, rhythm guitar, organ, piano Chuck Beal - lead guitar, steel. Don't Blow Your Mind.
The Paupers was a Canadian psychedelic rock band from Toronto, Ontario, who recorded between 1965 and 1968. They released two albums for Verve Forecast Records and appeared at the Monterey International Pop Festival. The band originally formed as 'the Spats' in Canada in 1965 by lead guitarist Chuck Beale, bassist Denny Gerrard, guitarist Bill Misener and vocalist Skip Prokop. In 1966, Adam Mitchell replaced Misener and in 1968 bassist Brad Cambell joined the band after Gerrard departed.