Joe Hall and The Continental Drift. Joe Hall, Tony Quarrington. Joe Hall and The Continental Drift. 7. Modern Woman/Modern Man. Joe Hall. 9. Baby Take Me Shopping. 10. How Many Miles to Babylon. 11. Lulu (Let's Go Out Dancing). Joe Hall, Paul Quarrington.
Lead Vocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Harmonica – Joe Hall (5). Vocals, Drums, Twelve-String Guitar – Martin Worthy. Vocals, Electric Guitar, Piano – Tony Quarrington. Vocals, Harmonium, Piano, Bass Guitar – Paul Quarrington.
Incontinental Drift by Joe Hall, released 01 January 2007 1. 1 2. 2 3. 3 4. 4 5. 5 6. 6 7. 7 8. 8 9. 9 10. 10 11. 11 12. 1. A fixture of the 70s Queen St scene in Toronto with his band The Continental Drift, Joe has called Peterborough home for 25 years and continues to play, record and tour.
A fixture of the 70s Queen St scene in Toronto with his band The Continental Drift, Joe has called Peterborough home for 25 years and continues to play, record and tour.
An album, Joe Hall and the Eyeball Wine Company, was released in 1972, followed by a solo album using his real name, H J Boenke, produced by Daniel and Bob Lanois, in 1976. In the 1970s and 1980s he led a new band, Continental Drift, based in Toronto, and released several more albums As well as his songs, Hall became noted for his "eccentric and often very funny stage chatter".
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Opening Ceremony (Fuse) Joe Claussell Re-Interpretation.
|A1||Bohunks In Motown|
|A2||Listenin' To The Jackhammer Sing|
|A5||High School Flesh|
|A6||The Human Race|
|B1||Modern Man/Modern Woman|
|B3||Baby, Take Me Shopping|
|B4||How Many Miles To Babylon|
|B5||Lulu (Let's Go Out Dancing)|
|B6||We Are Drugs|