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8 thoughts on “ Confused Canadians - Coyle & Sharpe - The Absurd Imposters (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Great imposters come in all forms Author Cheryl MacDonald shares some of their stories He played a "Hollywood Indian" that Canadians and Europeans could accept. The North Bay Nugget newspaper knew the truth but sat on the story until Grey Owl, really Archie Belaney, died. In the s Depression people needed good news.
  2. The Real Imposters. likes. The Real Imposters Band is: April Chimes - Greg Potter -Tony Monzo - Frank Deacon - Bob Sworaski. Website: temppostaiteenmillmehangmoperlinato.xyzinfo
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Coyle & Sharpe - The Absurd Imposters at Discogs. Complete your Coyle & Sharpe collection.5/5(2).
  4. W/WS - Absurd Imposters - Mal Sharpe And Jim Coyle [] Armored Attack//Selling Insects To a Clothing Store/Building a Home For Gnomes/Bread Glutton/Rooftop Death Dive/Carpenter/Give Us Your Lunch/Used Apples For Sale/Confused Canadians/Mutant Zebra-Eel In Paint Store/Flower People/Transporting Capture People.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Would Anything Change on Discogs. Label: Children Of The Revolution Records - COR7 • Format: Vinyl 12 Famous Imposters - Would Anything Change (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
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  7. Jim Coyle and Mal Sharpe were two pranksters who appeared to be straitlaced on the outside, but were in fact very twisted on the inside. The two walked the streets of San Francisco in the early s with weird ideas and a hidden microphone in search of suckers who might be /5(3).
  8. Jan 22,  · First, Canadian pressings always had vastly smaller runs than US pressings. Canada's population has been around % of the US. So you automatically get the advantage of low number pressings. I have an Astral Weeks in a Canadian first pressing and a mid 70s pressing. The deadwax says that both are 1A.

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