Edison Electric Band
Edison Electric Band was a Philadelphia band of the 1970s. It was led by Mark T. Jordan  and featured bass player Freebo, who later played for Bonnie Raitt's band. Jordan was writer for Raitt's 1977 single "Two Lives".
- Billboard - 2 Sep 1967 - Page 4 " manager of that firms publishing arm, Rock Island Music, to co-publish all material of Mark T. Jordan, leader of the Edison Electric Band that he ..."
- Kristin Baggelaar, Donald Milton - Folk Music: More Than a Song 1976 -- Page 307 "... with ex-Edison Electric Band (another local Philadelphia group, which she had met on a return engagement at the Second Fret) bass player Dan "Freebo" Friedberg, who has played as a member of her entourage throughout the seventies."
- Mark Bego Bonnie Raitt: Still in the Nick of Time 2002 p67 " Mark Jordan, of Freebo's old Philadelphia group, the Edison Electric Band, contributed the beautiful ballad "Two Lives." "
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