Monday, March 2, 2015

Original Caste

Update: Check the comments for a link of this obscure Original Caste album.


  1. It certainly is not this the album you are looking for, but ..
    That's what I can share with you I am.

    The Original Caste - Steppin' Out (2011)

    Artist: The Original Caste
    Album: Steppin' Out
    © Copyright - Bruce Innes
    Mountain Shadows Recording
    Country: Canada
    Genre: Folk Rock, Modern Folk
    Release Date: 2011
    Duration: 00:35:23

    THE ORIGINAL CASTE has gold records for One Tin Soldier and Mr. Monday and other top ten and top forty hits in Canada, the U.S., Australia and Japan. They toured virtually all over the world, most prominently in Canada, the U.S., Europe, and the Orient.
    One Tin Soldier resonated deeply worldwide when it was recorded and released by THE ORIGINAL CASTE. It remains as beloved today…instantly recognized by young and old. THE ORIGINAL CASTE with founder, Bruce Innes; veteran member, Julian Kerr; lead vocalist, Shelley Jones; bassist, Bruce Mohacsy; and vocalist, Lori Mohacsy brings their classic hits and other iconic songs to audiences in their captivating show displaying their trademark impeccable five-part harmonies and compelling instrumentals.


    01. Steppin' Out 04:51
    02. Mr. Monday 03:10
    03. Turn Me On 04:27
    04. Alberta Song 04:14
    05. Cadillac Man 03:11
    06. Back in the Barroom Again (Feat. Joe Hertz) 03:47
    07. Runaway 04:07
    08. Baby's Gone 04:10
    09. One Tin Soldier 03:38

    Canada's Original Folk Blues Vocal Band proudly offers the long awaited
    re-recording of their 2 most popular radio hits along with great new
    compositions and a few of our audience favorites.

    Bruce Innes - 6 & 12 String Guitar, Vocals, Piano
    Julian Kerr - Guitar, Keyboard, Vocals, Bass
    Shelley Jones - Vocals, Guitar
    Bruce Mohacsy - Bass, Keyboard, Vocals
    Lori Mohacsy - Vocals


  2. The Original Caste (Canada) - Back Home (1974) LQ@128

  3. Thanks crimso ... looking forward to hearing it.