Looker – Just Lookin’ [1990]


Style Melodic Rock/Country Rock

Rating 78/100

Band Members Mark Erickson – Drums, Sean Wootan – Vocals,keyboards,synthesizer, Kent Dion – Vocals,bass,guitars, Denise Selby – Vocals,guitars, Mike Wootan – Vocals,guitars,bass

Tracks 01. Don’t Put Ot the Flame, 02. Ain’t no True Love, 03. Mary’s Place, 04. It it was Easy, 05. Never Heard a Word, 06. Lily Star

Profile At a Halloween party in 1982, In Glendive, Montana, the Looker Band came to be. Many line-up changes took part until July of 1985 when Looker was asked to open for the Montana Band (formerly the Mission Mountain Wood Band) in Glendive. It was at this point that the group started putting together some of their own material and began working seriously on becoming a top group in the Montana, North Dakota area. More line-up changes occured until September of ’89 when they appeared with southern Pacific to kick off the Great Montana Centennial Cattle Drive in Roundup, MT. Finally in 1990 they released their debut album “Just Lookin'” through Mayday Records. An album with good production and six well arranged and performed tunes with country and melodic rock feelintgs. A rarity nowdays.


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