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Stuart Broomer, John Mars - Annihilated Surprise mp3 album
  • Performer: Stuart Broomer
  • Title: Annihilated Surprise
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Date of release: 1984
  • Music style: Ambient, Experimental
  • MP3 size: 1174 mb
  • FLAC size 1672 mb
  • Formats AU MP2 AUD APE VQF AHX VOC

com, Globe and Mail, Toronto Life, Down Beat, Musicworks, Cadence Magazine, ParisTransatlantlic and Signal to Noise. The duo released a 1983 album, Annihilated Surprise, on Ugly Dog Records. Stuart Broomer & John Mars", by Charlotte Dillon, at All Music Guide. php?title Stuart Broomer&oldid 823392071".

Stuart Broomer & John Mars", by Charlotte Dillon, at All Music Guide. In 1980 Smith left to pursue other projects and the duo "Stuart Broomer & John Mars" was formed. The duo performed up through 1986 and notably released the 1983 album Annihilated Surprise on Ugly Dog Records. While performing in the jazz duo with Broomer, Mars performed concurrently in the rock band "Brian's Children" which he established with guitarist /songwriter Dave Templeton (Temps) and drummer Teddy Fury in 1979. For this group, Martin served as lead singer and the main songwriter

Stuart Broomer, John Mars - Annihilated Surprise ‎(LP, Album, Dir). Ugly Dog Records (2). 33UDR2.

com, Globe and Mail, Toronto Life, Down Beat, Musicworks, Cadence Magazine, ParisTransatlantlic and Signal to Noise. He has also authored more than 60 liner essays for musicians internationally.

John Mars is a Canadian singer, songwriter, and percussionist. Mars began his musical training at Sykes Music in Brantford, Ontario where he studied the drums with Carl Lemke. In the late 1960s, he played the drums in the band "John Mars and the Martians" with bassist Kevin Cosman and guitarist Stan Baka. The group disbanded after Baka was killed by a drunk driver. Mard then moved to Toronto where he met pianist Stuart Broomer and saxophonist Bill Smith. For this group, Martin served as lead singer and the main songwriter.

This article is about the Canadian musician. For the American billionaire, see John Franklyn Mars. For other people, see Mars (surname). John Mars is a Canadian singer, songwriter, and percussionist. The duo performed up through 1986 and notably released the 1983 album, Annihilated Surprise, on Ugly Dog Records. While performing in the jazz duo with Broomer, Mars performed con-currently in the rock band Brian's Children which he established with guitarist /songwriter Dave Templeton (Temps) and drummer Teddy Fury in 1979. For this group, Martin served as lead singer and the main songwriter

John Mars is a Canadian singer, songwriter, and percussionist.

Singer, songwriter, and drummer John Mars began performing professionally around the last wave of the free-love '60s. His first trip to a recording studio happened in 1972, when he was a member of a rock & roll group known as the Martians. During his long career, Mars also recorded with Brian's Children, Stuart Broomer, and the Children. During his childhood, Mars was influenced by many artists, including Elvis, the Rolling Stones, the Beatles, Eddie Cochran, Dick Clark Five, and Little Richard. The team recorded one full-length album together, Annihilated Surprise. Mars was also working with the rock & roll group Brian's Children during this same time, recording a couple two-sided singles. The group disbanded, then re-formed with new members and a new name, the Children.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Wind
Composed By – John Mars
9:36
A2 Discreet
Composed By – Stuart Broomer
A3 Dedication
Composed By – John Mars
B1 China
Composed By – Stuart Broomer

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – JMR

Notes

Recorded in concert Lynnwood Arts Centre Simcoe Sunday July 24 Ontario 1983

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