keyboards of chief cook and songwriter Myles Goodwyn, and more concentration on harmonies.
In a way, too, April Wine has a knack for writing better slow tunes than hard rockers; in rock, remember, you’re working with The Almighty Riff, while ballads are more open to arrangement, and April Wine, just as The Guess Who used to, make better use of their quieter tunes.
However, I begin to digress here. April Wine is, first and foremost, a rock band. who’ve had a lot of time on the road, and are the proud possessors of four gold (Canadian) albums. You don’t earn that much gold and gross over $1 million on your last tour by putting fans to sleep.
April Wine is due to come to America in the immediate future to carry the banner of Canadian rock, just as Pat Travers is doing in London; if by any chance, someone loses interest in the band live, he’ll probably get the boot from April Wine’s logo/mascot—a 16 ft. Mad Hatter who taps his paw in time to the music. It’s sheer lunacy, but like the man said, “The Whole World’s Goin’ Crazy”