Not Fragile is the third album by Canadian rock band Bachman-Turner Overdrive, released in 1974 (see 1974 in music). The title could be thought of as a response to Yes' Fragile. Some feel that the group achieved a more original sound in this album; it has been described as a cross between Black Sabbath and early ZZ Top. The arrival of Blair Thornton (replacing Tim Bachman) gave the band a true second lead guitar to pair with Randy Bachman, and dual-guitar solos are prominent features on many Not Fragile tracks. It proved to be the group's most popular album. "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet" and "Roll On Down The Highway" were hit singles. Other cuts had significant airplay on FM rock radio.
"Not Fragile" (Turner) ? 4:06 (Lead Vocals: Turner)
"Rock Is My Life, and This Is My Song" (Bachman) ? 5:00 (Lead Vocals: Bachman)
"Roll on Down the Highway" (Bachman, Turner) ? 3:58 (Lead Vocals: Turner)
"You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet" (Bachman) ? 3:54 (Lead Vocals: Bachman)