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In mid-1977, April Wine was booked to play a charity concert at the famed El Mocambo Club in Toronto, Ontario.
Co-headliner on the bill was a band called "The Cockroaches," who turned out to be The Rolling Stones.
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Eventually drummer Jerry Mercer (formerly of the Canadian band Mashmakhan) and guitarist Gary Moffet were chosen, and together they finished recording the band's third album entitled Electric Jewels, which contained songs such as "Weeping Widow," "Just Like That" and "Lady Run, Lady Hide." These songs would remain in April Wine's concert set lists for many years.
In support of this album, the band embarked on the Electric Adventure Tour which featured a massive lighting and pyrotechnic show.
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The first single from the album was a cover version of the song "You Could Have Been a Lady", originally by the band Hot Chocolate. Both tracks remain staples on classic rock radio stations in Canada.
The record was a commercial success, hitting number 5 on the Canadian charts, as well as cracking the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the United States where it stayed for 11 weeks, peaking at No. Immediately following that triumph, April Wine released a second single from On Record, titled "Bad Side of the Moon." This song, written by Elton John and Bernie Taupin, also got much airplay on Canadian radio stations and was a minor hit in the U. On Record was certified Gold in Canada and the band, along with Murphy, returned to the studio to exploit the popularity generated by their second release.
During the recording of the band's third album, still another line-up change occurred.
Their cousin Jim Henman joined in on bass and Myles Goodwyn completed the sound on lead vocals and guitar. Shortly after arriving in their new home the band was signed by Aquarius Records.
They recorded and released their debut album April Wine in September 1971.