Frijid Pink

Frijid Pink is a Detroit area blues rock band formed in 1967, best known for their version of "House of the Rising Sun," released in 1969.

The initial line-up of the band included drummer Richard Stevers, guitarist Gary Ray Thompson, bassist Tom Harris, lead singer Tom Beaudry (aka:Kelly Green), and later added Larry Zelanka as off-staff keyboardist.

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The House Of The Rising Sun - Frijid Pink Version
... House of the Rising Sun" Single by Frijid Pink from the album Frijid Pink B-side "Drivin' Blues" (U.S.) "God Gave Me You" (UK) Released 1970 Format 7" single Genre Blues rock, psychedelic rock ... According to Stevers, the Frijid Pink recording of "House of the Rising Sun" was done impromptu when there happened to be time leftover at a recording session booked for the ... Frijid Pink's "House of the Rising Sun" debuted at #29 on the WKNR hit parade dated January 6, 1970 and broke nationally after some seven weeks - during which the track was re-serviced to radio ...
Inner Heat
... what was one of many line-ups of the rock group Frijid Pink ... Two past Frijid Pink members (from a previous lineup) appear on this recording ... The album is almost entirely original music, except for a rendition of Frijid Pink's 1969 song, "God Gave Me You" ...

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