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The Ides of March from suburban Berwyn, Ill., who scored a 2 national hit with 'Vehicle' in 1970, have their first two albums reissued on Collectors Choice. The debut album Vehicle and its 1971 successor, Common Bond -- both originally issued on Warner Bros. Records -- are here released on CD as individual albums for the first time with remastered sound and liner notes from original band members Jim Peterik and Larry Millas. Vehicle contained 'Symphony for Eleanor', an extended orchestral version of the Beatles' 'Eleanor Rigby', plus a cover of Crosby Stills & Nash's 'Wooden Ships' melded with Jethro Tull's 'Dharma for One', and a Creedence Clearwater Revival homage in 'Factory Band'.
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