Douglas Riley began playing music with the R&B group the Silhouettes in Toronto. Throughout the late '60s and '70s he worked in Canadian television as a musical director and arranger for various music and variety shows, including Music Machine and The Wolfman Jack Show. The jazz group Dr. Music began on The Ray Stevens Show, touring and recording after the show was cancelled in 1970. The band's albums include Dr. Music (1972), Dr. Music II (1973) and Dr. Music Circa 1984 (1985).Riley released the solo album Freedom in 1990. AMG.
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