Doucette ~ Guitar
Geoff Eddington ~ Guitar, Vocals
Rick Enns ~ Bass
George Greenwell ~ Guitar, Vocals
John Hall ~ Keyboards
Allen Hawirko (aka: Horowitz & Al Harlow) ~ Bass, Guitar
Tom Lavin ~ Guitar, Vocals
Alex Michie ~ Saxophone, Vocals
Lindsay Mitchell ~ Guitar
Steve Walley ~ Bass
Gary "Rocket Norton" Wanstall ~ Drums
Williams ~ Manager
Jim Wilson ~ Manager
In Memory of
d: 30 October 2009
My Home Town
Cryin' The Blues
1971 Easter Be-In at Prospect Point in Stanley Park, Vancouver - Photo by: Roger Stomperud
My name is Norm Williams. I co-managed the Seeds of Time, along with my very good friend, Jim Wilson, from 1967 through 1971. The first time I saw them play, they opened for Country Joe & the Fish, at the Afterthought on 4th Ave. We took the band on the road in the summer of '67 and again in '68...around B.C. and Alberta.
Rocket Norton's real name is Garry Wanstall. His nickname was "Rock," which eventually became "Rocket." Norton motorcycles makes a "Rocket" model, so that's where "Norton" came from.
Allan Hawirko. "Horowitz" was a nickname, coined by Geoff Edington.
Norm Williams, February 2006
The Seeds of Time eventually teamed up with Bruce Fairbairn and Jim Vallance and renamed themselves Prism. They had several hit albums and hit singles including a re-recording of the Seeds of Time Classic "Nickels and Dimes"
Larry Niven, February 2004