FM - "Live At The Soda Club '86"
Club Soda, Vancouver, BC
Excellent CFOX-FM Radio Broadcast (Labatt's Blue Live Concert Series)
Nash the Slash – lead and background vocals, electric mandolin, electric violin, harmonica
Cameron Hawkins – lead vocals, synthesizers, bass guitar
Martin Deller – drums, electronic percussion
2. Phasors On Stun
3. We Hold On
4. 'Til The Night Is Over
5. Born To Be Wild
6. Eleanor Rigby (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)
8. Why Don't You Take It
9. Just Like You
10. All Of The Dreams
11. Distant Early Warning
12. Good Vibrations (Brian Wilson/Mike Love)
FM is a Canadian progressive rock music group formed in 1976 in Toronto, the band existed from 1976 to 1996. Martin Deller left the band after this tour and was replaced by Greg Critchley. Nash the Slash was a mysterious figure in dark clothes and covered in bandages like a mummy playing electric violin, electric mandolin, backing vocals, and operating a drum machine. On May 12, 2014, Nash the Slash died at age 66.
Often appearing on the same bill as fellow Canadian bands RUSH and MAX WEBSTER, FM seemed to be cursed by record labels going out of business. 2015 saw FM's first studio album in 28 years. Transformation was released in April via Esoteric/Cherry Red Recordings.