Million Vacations

Some articles on million vacations:

Max Webster - Legacy and Reunions
... The band was successful in Canada, with hits such as "A Million Vacations," "Let Go The Line" and "Paradise Skies," although they never made it big outside of Canada ... "Diamonds Diamonds," "High Class In Borrowed Shoes," "A Million Vacations," "In Context Of The Moon," "Paradise Skies," Charmonium" and "Battle Scar," with "Hangover" as an encore) ... Shoes era Kim Mitchell, Terry Watkinson, Mike Tilka and Gary McCracken (who sang "A Million Vacations," with drummer Robert Sibony on drums for the tune) ...
Max Webster - Biography
... This line-up would last through their fourth album, A Million Vacations, and a subsequent live album, Live Magnetic Air, both of which were issued in 1979 ... their albums had become FM radio staples in Canada, A Million Vacations was the first Max Webster album to generate hit singles that cracked the Canadian top 100 ... Follow-up single "A Million Vacations" was written by McCracken/Dubois, sung by McCracken, and peaked at No ...
A Million Vacations
... A Million Vacations was the fourth album by Canadian rock band Max Webster ... The hit songs "A Million Vacations", "Let Go the Line", and "Paradise Skies" remain as Canadian Classic rock radio station staples ...

Famous quotes containing the word million:

    Perhaps anxious politicians may prove that only seventeen white men and five negroes were concerned in the late enterprise; but their very anxiety to prove this might suggest to themselves that all is not told. Why do they still dodge the truth? They are so anxious because of a dim consciousness of the fact, which they do not distinctly face, that at least a million of the free inhabitants of the United States would have rejoiced if it had succeeded. They at most only criticise the tactics.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)