1975 – Greg Godovitz, after years of success with the Canadian band ’Fludd’, left the band and formed his own dream version. He recruited guitarist Gino Scarpelli (Brutus) and drummer Marty Morin (Truck).
1976 – Marty, having become a father, quit the rock’n’roll lifestyle for something more stable. Enter Doug Inglis (Powerhouse).
1977 – With management and a record deal in place, the debut album “Goddo” was released on Polydor Records. The first single, “Under My Hat” was a radio hit.
1978 – The second album, “Who Cares”, featured the second single, “Sweet Thing” and other Goddo classics.
1979 – “An Act Of Goddo” – the third album, which led to the ground-breaking CITY-TV simulcast, filmed in St. Paul’s Church in Toronto.
1980 – The band signed with Attic Records and recorded a live album, entitled “Goddo Lighve – Best Seat In The House” 1981 – The fourth studio album, “Pretty Bad Boys”. The lead-off track, “Pretty Bad Boy”, became a certified Top-40 hit and garnered the band a 1982 Juno Award nomination for ’Band Of The Year’.
1983 – After years of touring, the band collapsed under the weight of its own excesses and debt. A five piece reconfiguration called GODO later emerged with Godovitz leading the brigade through the mid-80s.
So Walk On
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