Sunday, August 15, 2021

Prism - Prism (1977)

Prism - Prism (1977)

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"Spaceship Superstar" – 4:06
"Open Soul Surgery" (R. Higgs, Hillary Knight) – 3:51
"It's Over" – 4:06
"Take Me to the Kaptin" – 3:59
"Vladivostok" – 5:08
"Amelia" – 3:14
"Freewill" (Tom Lavin) – 3:04
"Julie" – 3:21
"I Ain't Lookin' Anymore" (Lindsay Mitchell) – 3:28





Prism Band Members / Musicians

Lindsay Mitchell – vocals, guitar
Ron Tabak – vocals
John Hall – keyboards
Ab Bryant – bass
Rodney Higgs – drums, keyboards, producer
Tom Lavin – guitar, vocals
Bruce Fairbairn – horn, producer
Tom Keenlyside – horn





Prism is the self-titled debut album by Canadian rock band Prism. It was released in May 1977 on the Canadian record label GRT. It was produced primarily by Bruce Fairbairn and the majority of songs written by Jim Vallance (he also served as co-producer on two tracks). It achieved platinum status in Canada (in excess of 100,000 units sold).[4] Prism peaked at #137 on the Billboard 200 in November 1977.

Prism (often styled as PRiSM) is a Canadian rock band formed in Vancouver in 1977. They were originally active from 1977 to 1984 and have been active again from 1987 to present. Their classic line-up consisted of lead singer Ron Tabak, guitarist Lindsay Mitchell, keyboardist John Hall, bass guitarist Allen Harlow and drummer Rocket Norton.




Prism Discography Full

Studio albums
Prism (1977)
See Forever Eyes (1978)
Armageddon (1979)
Young and Restless (1980)
Small Change (1981)
Beat Street (1983)
Jericho (1993)
Big Black Sky (2008)

Live albums
Live Tonite (1978)
Alive in America (2011)
Legends Live in Concert Vol. 22 (2015)

Compilation albums
All the Best From Prism (1980)
Over 60 Minutes With... Prism (1988)
Best of Prism (1996)
From the Vaults (1997)
Anthology 45 Years (2020)
See Forever Eyes/ Rain (Singles) (Limited Edition vinyl) (2020)


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