Straightlines::Letting Go
The band was formed in the 1970s by vocalist and keyboardist Bob Buckley and guitarist David Sinclair
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Straight Lines was a Canadian pop-rock band from Vancouver, British Columbia. They are most noted for their single "Letting Go", which was a Top 10 hit on the Canadian charts in 1982 and earned the band nominations for Best Single and Best Composer at the Juno Awards of 1983.

The band was formed in the 1970s by vocalist and keyboardist Bob Buckley and guitarist David Sinclair, initially under the name Spring. Sinclair had previously been associated with Sunshyne, an early incarnation of Prism. Prior to founding Spring, Buckley, an accomplished musician from Britain, had been working as a session musician and playing on the TV series Let's Go. They added bassist Peter Clarke, percussionist Peter Padden and drummer Daryl Burgess and changed their name to Dogstar. By 1979, they were well-known on the Vancouver club scene and, after attracting the attention of Bruce Allen, they were signed to Epic Records, and again changed their name, to Straight Lines.

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You will find that it is necessary to let things go; simply for the reason that they are heavy. So let them go, let go of them. I tie no weights to my ankles.
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Letting Go- Straightlines


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