Chilliwack (1971 album)

Chilliwack (1971 album)
Studio album by Chilliwack
Released 1971
Recorded 1970, Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco
Genre Rock
Length 70:58
Label A&M
Pacemaker (2009 Reissue)
Producer Chilliwack & Stephen Barncard
Chilliwack chronology
All Over You

Chilliwack is a double album by the Canadian rock band Chilliwack, released in 1971. It was their second album, and their second to be entitled Chilliwack. It included the top-10 (in Canada) hit "Lonesome Mary".

Following the release of their previous album, the band were dropped by Parrot Records and bassist Glenn Miller departed the group temporarily. Shortly thereafter, the group signed with A&M records.


  1. "Lonesome Mary" (Henderson) (2:59)
  2. "Eat" (Henderson) (3:13)
  3. "Rosie" (Lawrence/Henderson) (5:00)
  4. "Ridin' " (Lawrence/Henderson) (3:00)
  5. "Ride-Out" (Henderson) (4:51)
  6. "Always" (Henderson) (2:22)
  7. "Changing Reels" (Lawrence/Henderson) (13:38)
  8. "Music for a Quiet Time" (Lawrence/Henderson)
    1. "Shine" (5:30)
    2. "Claps/Chants" (2:37)
    3. "Whistle/Flute Pads" (2:09)
    4. "Antiphony" (5:29)
    5. "Traveling Music" (0:53)
    6. "Sleep Music" (2:08)
  9. "Night-Morning" (Lawrence/Henderson/Turney) (17:09)


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