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Brothers In Law - Expose 67 / The Establishment, Vol. 2

Album

MP3/320 $9.99
FLAC $9.99
WAV $9.99
CD $21.88

Tracks

Come Up to Canada Buy
Gerda Buy
The Parliment Game Buy
Louis Montcalm's Retreat Buy
The Automobile Buy
Hockey Night in Canada Buy
Vote for Me Buy
100 Years Old Today Buy
Secord's Waliking Blues Buy
Striker of the Year Buy
Daisy My Doukhabour Doll Buy
The Handyman's Lament Buy
Camping Buy
This Year's Crocodile Buy
The Wild Wilde West Buy
Onward the Establishment Buy
The Canada Goose Buy
Love Buy
The Flowers That Bloom in the Spring Buy
Nashville, Tennessee Buy
Buy Now and Pay Later Buy
The Brothers-in-Law was a Canadian satirical musical group that was active in the 1960s and early 1970s, recording a number of popular record albums and generating occasional controversy. The original line-up of the band included chief songwriter Alec Somerville on banjo, Howard Duffy (guitar), Larry Reaume (guitar), and Ken Clarke (bass). In 1965, Clarke left the band and was replaced by schoolteacher Bob Lee. Duffy left the band in 1966.