|Country Of origin:||Canada|
The pop group A Passing Fancy formed in Toronto, Canada, in the '60s. Though they only completed one album, it pulled off two big hits with the singles "I'm Losing You Tonight" and "I Believe in Sunshine."
A Passing Fancy had a number of members, including guitarists Ron Forster, Brian Smith, Jay Telfer, and Phil Seon; lead singer and pianist Fergus Hambleton' drummers Louis Pratile and Steve Wilson; organist Brian Price; and bassists Rick Mann and Dan Troutman. In 1967 the group released its one and only full-length album, a self-titled debut that was recorded under the Boo Records label. A few years later, the members split, some trying solo careers, others joining other bands. A Passing Fancy's album was re-released on CD in 2000 on the Peacemaker Records label. That was a delightful surprise for old fans who thought they would never see Passing Fancy tunes on anything other than black vinyl. ~ Charlotte Dillon~ Rovi