A Passing Fancy
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Originally known as The Dimensions, A Passing Fancy sprang up in Toronto's Yorkville Village in 1966. After a few shows in the Village, record store owner Walter Honsberger and partner Dan Bartollini began shaping the band's sound and image, eventually bringing them to the doorstep of Columbia Records, where they were signed to a standard six-sides contract (i.e. three singles). They played at Expo '67 where they jammed in a cultural exchange with Montreal band Les Tetes Blanches.
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