|Origin||Fredrikstad, Østfold, Norway|
|Years active||1970–1973, several reunions since 1978|
They signed a recording contract with Polydor Records in Denmark, to facilitate the release of Aunt Mary in 1970. The group gradually moved towards progressive rock with the records Loaded in 1972 and Janus in 1973. The group disbanded in 1973, but has reunited for several concerts since 1978.
- Jan Groth - Vocals, keyboards, guitar
- Bjørn Kristiansen - Guitar, vocals
- Svein Gundersen - Bass, piano, vocals
- Ketil Stensvik - Drums, vocals
- Bengt Jenssen - Keyboards
- Eirikur Hauksson - Bass
- Per Ivar Fure - Flute, sax, vocals
- Ivan Lauritzen - Drums
- Øystein Selenius Olsen - Bass
- Studio albums
- 1970: Aunt Mary (Polydor) gjenutgitt 1974 på Karussell som Whispering Farewell
- 1972: Loaded (Philips)
- 1973: Janus (Vertigo)
- 1992: Bluesprints (Sonet)
- 2016: New Dawn (Playground)
- Compilation albums
- 1974: The Best of Aunt Mary (Philip)
- 1975: The Best of Aunt Mary Volume 2 (Philips)
- 2007: The Things We Stood For
- Live albums
- 1981: Live Reunion (Philips)
- 2009: Barbed Wire Waves (Pan) - a radio concert recorded in 1971
- 1970: "Did You Notice?"/"The Ball"
- 1971: "Jimi, Janis and Brian"/"Stop Your Wishful Thinking"
- 1971: "Whispering Farewell"/"All My Sympathy for Lily"
- 1972: "G Flat Road"/"Joinin' the Crowd"
- 1972: "Rosalind"/"In the Hall of the Mountain King"
- 1973: "Nocturnal Voice"/"Mr. Kaye"
- 2016: "Slave Parade"
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