Cover of the 1971 German single
|Single by The Guess Who|
|Released||March 1971 (CAN, US)|
July 1971 (UK)
|Label||Nimbus Records 0458 (CAN)|
RCA Victor 0458 (US)
RCA Records 2100 (UK)
|The Guess Who singles chronology|
"Albert Flasher" is a song written by Burton Cummings and performed by The Guess Who. Initially released as a single in 1971 (with Broken on the B-side), it did not appear on any of their studio albums at that time. It was to be included on much later releases of So Long, Bannatyne (Iconoclassic release, 2009). It was, however, to appear on many of their later compilation albums including the 1973 release "The Best of the Guess Who, Volume II" and the 1973 compilation EP titled "The Guess Who". It was also part of many live shows such as the performance captured in "Live at the Paramount" (1972).
- "The Guess Who - So Long, Bannatype (CD, Album) at Discogs". Discogs. Retrieved 1 September 2016.
- The Guess Who, "Albert Flasher" Canadian Chart Position Retrieved March 10, 2015
- The Guess Who, "Albert Flasher" United States Chart Position Retrieved March 10, 2015
- The Guess Who, "Albert Flasher" UK single release Retrieved March 10, 2015
- The Guess Who, "Albert Flasher" Canadian single release Retrieved March 10, 2015
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