The Bells were a Canadian rock band formed in 1965 in Montreal. The band had two hit singles in the early 1970s. The Five Bells first hit in 1969 with "Moody Manitoba Morning", followed in 1970 — after shortening their name and Ann leaving to raise their family — with "Fly Little White Dove Fly", which became a Top 10 hit in Canada.
Rate Your Music review by anonymous
Like the earlier releases, the album featured a mixture of eclectic covers and isolated original material. While the overarching sound as best tagged as soft rock, perhaps a reflection of their club band roots, the track listing included stabs at bubblegum pop (the Edwards original 'Easier Said Than Done') and even outlaw country (their appalling Kris Kristofferson medley 'Kris Collection').