Janko Nilovic - Drug Song

Janko Nilović is a pianist, poet and composer extraordinaire from Montenegro who has lived in France since 1960. He is one of those musicians who devote themselves to music fanatically. This resulted in a great number of published works, but most of them are on library labels not available for sale. His opus stretches from classical, jazz and funk to pop, psyche and easy listening. He touches all these styles in a characteristic way. Nilović - poet as well as musician - creates poetic musical images by bending the edges of styles, cross-pollinating them. Janko recorded many albums for the MONTPARNASSE 2000 library label which specializes in music for Radio and T.V., musical illustrators and Film Music clubs.                
Quicksilver Messenger Service - Edward, The Mad Shirt Grinder

Quicksilver Messenger Service is an American psychedelic rock band, formed in 1965 in San Francisco and is considered one of the leading acts on the city's psychedelic scene in the mid-to-late 1960s. Essentially a jam band, Quicksilver Messenger Service gained wide popularity in the Bay Area and with psychedelic rock enthusiasts around the globe. Many of their albums ranked in the top 30 of the Billboard Pop charts. Though not ultimately as commercially successful as their contemporaries Jefferson Airplane and The Grateful Dead, the band was integral to the beginnings of their genre. With their jazz and classical influences, as well as a strong folk background, the band attempted to create a sound that was individual and innovative. Member Dino Valente drew heavily on musical influences he picked up during the folk revival of his formative musical years. The style he developed from these sources is evident in Quicksilver Messenger Service's swung rhythms and twanging guitar sounds. After many years, the band has attempted to reform despite the deaths of several members. With the modest success of these ventures, many members have also attempted solo careers including Gary Duncan, former guitarist of Quicksilver Messenger Service, who has enjoyed a prolific career after leaving the group.


CHIMO - Sheba

Chimo! (Inuit for "Hello") was a Canadian rock band of the late '60s and early '70s, evolving from the Georgian People in 1969. The band recorded an album for Revolver Records.
The band played Toronto's Mapleleaf Gardens with sister group Chicago to a full house, opened the second day of the Festival Express with The Band, Janis Joplin, etc. that was held at CNE Stadium on June 28, 1970. They also appeared at the Midsummer Night Rock Festival at Michigan State Fairground in Detroit on July 4 alongside shock-rocker Alice Cooper, The Electric Circus, and others.
Following the release of the band's album in November 1970, Andy Cree left (later to do sessions for the likes of David Wiffen and spend several years with Anne Murray's band) and was replaced by former member Pat Little, who had spent the interim doing sessions for Van Morrison, Peter, Paul & Mary and playing with a reformed Luke & The Apostles. The new line up was responsible for one lone single, Little's "In The Sea"and "Mowbray Cross Country Man" written on a flight to Rome to negotiate a European tour and to secure a song writing contract with Chapel Publishing in Milano (Milan) with Mowbray's previous assistant and former drummer Silvino Desemoni,and bass player Franco Deljudich from a 1967 Italian tour with Nicola Di Bari and RCA-Victor/Rome.