Titanic

Titanic then decided to recruit the British lyricist, Roy Robinson, in order to make himself better known internationally. Their first singles are I See no Reason and Searchin, from their first album. Their first album, homonymous, was released in 1970 on Columbia Records. They then followed with Santa Fe and Sultana, and a few other tracks on the radio; very influenced by the psychedelic rock movement of the time like Uriah Heep, they nevertheless embellished their music with percussion and we are sometimes not very far from the Santana of the beginning. The string and brass arrangements on the Mary Jane and Firewater tracks of the first album are the work of William Sheller, whose musical career began. Columbia Records will later ask the band to play during the Cannes Film Festival. In October 1971, Titanic reached fifth place in the UK Singles Chart with the song Sultana. The band continues to record albums, Return of Drakkar (1977) and Eye of the Hurricane (1979) on independent labels, but has been forgotten. They also continued to give concerts until 1984 before separating. They briefly reformed in 1991 to record the album Lower the Atlantic...

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