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Formed as a band, their musical style encompassed the and genres. I had to choose one, and I guessed right. Dixon was briefly replaced by Colin Wiebe, the singer in Randy Bachman's solo band. The reunion led Cummings, Bachman, Kale and Peterson, joined by Don McDougall, to begin practising for a reunion tour in May 2000. The group began to experiment with looser and more progressive stylings; their next releases, in July 1971, and in early 1972, showed a decline in sales.

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Burton Cummings' The Deverons bandmate, guitarist Bruce Decker, was brought in after Allan left but was let go by the end of that summer and the group was a quartet for the next four years, with Randy Bachman teaching Cummings any extra guitar parts needed for live shows. It sold over one million copies and was awarded a by the. Bachman returned to Winnipeg and in 1971 formed which evolved into. Drummer formerly of and filled in for Peterson in the summer of 2010 and again for some shows in 2013 and 2015. Bachman was replaced by two Winnipeg guitarists: , from the band , and from the band Wild Rice. Wiebe was on loan until replaced Dixon in the lineup; Dixon suffered traumatic brain injury, lost an eye and with significant titanium implants in his head, legs and right arm was unable to return. The resulting album was called A Wild Pair, and featured The Guess Who on one side and The Staccatos on the other.

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Terry Read formerly with The Lyme came in briefly to sub for Hanford in 1986. Kale soon organized a permanent renewal of The Guess Who; the bassist was initially joined by returning members Kurt Winter guitars and Don McDougall lead vocals and guitar , as well as new recruits David Inglis lead guitars and Vance Masters drums. In May 1972 they recorded their favorably reviewed album at the in. Cummings and Bachman, busy with solo careers and their work together, were not interested. Troiano had worked with Cummings, Wallace, and Peterson in Los Angeles the month before on a soundtrack to a movie A Fool, A Fool, I Met a Fool that was never released.

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Noun I'm not sure how old he is, but I'm willing to hazard a guess. London: Barrie and Jenkins Ltd. Four of the eight tracks contained on Guess Who's Back also appear in the American version of All This For A Song, some in re-recorded form; the rest of the album's tracks were new. My guess is that he'll change his story when he realizes how much trouble he's in. American Woman: The Story of The Guess Who; Quarry Press, Ontario, Canada, pp. In the fall of 1983, Russell and Bernardi joined Kale, as well as singer Trevor Balicky and keyboardist Mike Hanford from the '60s Winnipeg band Gettysbyrg Address.

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The song was an homage to disc jockey , who lent his voice to the recording. This change in the lineup made Garry Peterson the last remaining original member in the band. In May 1997, with their hometown of Winnipeg facing a potentially disastrous flood, Bachman and Cummings reunited in Winnipeg for the first time in ten years in an emotional fund raiser for disaster relief organized by. If you can't think of an answer, guess. The album was released only in Canada and Germany on Line Records. A Jim Kale-led Guess Who continue to perform live dates on a regular basis.

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Dixon continued as the group's lead singer through 2008, until he was severely injured in an automobile accident in on April 14 of that year. Leskiw left the band suddenly, after a show in on March 17, 1972, after differences with Cummings. In 1985 Balicky was succeeded by former Stilettos singer Bob Fuhr and then, in 1986, Kenny Carter. Kale, who was on tour in , , as well as Peterson, Winter, and McDougall, responded. Winter became a songwriting collaborator with Cummings.

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