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    Martynec, Gene (28th March 1947-Present)

    He is a musician who was born in Germany.  He was first with Bobby Kris & The Imperials in August 1965.  He left them in May 1967 to form the group Kensington Market.  In 1973 he became a member of the group Edward Bear and stayed with them approximately a year leaving around 1974.  After he left the band he went on to produce and perform with artists such as Gordon Lightfoot, Lou Reed, Bruce Cockburn and Rough Trade.  He composed the music for the films The Rip-Off (1971) and Alligator Shoes (1981), as well as winning the 1981 Juno Award for Producer of the Year. 

     

    Sources:

    1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gene_Martynec
    2. www.canadianbands.com/Edward%20Bear.html

     

     

     

     



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