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Syrinx was a Canadian electronic music group active from 1970 to 1972. Their song "Tillicum" received national attention as the theme music for the television series Here Come the Seventies. The band was formed by composer, keyboardist, and synthesizer experimenter John Mills-Cockell, who had already gained some notoriety in the world of electronic music with Intersystems and appeared on the second Kensington Market album, saxophonist Doug Pringle, and percussionist Alan Wells.
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Syrinx — Tumblers from the Vault (1970-1972) Syrinx — Tumblers from the Vault (1970-1972)
(RVNG Intl. ReRVNG08, 1972/2016, 2CD)
Syrinx — Long Lost Relatives Syrinx — Long Lost Relatives
(True North TNX-5, 1971, LP)
Syrinx — Syrinx Syrinx — Syrinx
(True North TN-2, 1970, LP)

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