"Eagle Rock" - probably the best album of "Titanic" which came originally from Oslo, Norway (circa 1969). Originally they were: Janny Loseth (founder), Kenny Aas, Kjell Asperud, John Lorck, and they were wise enough to sign British-born Roy Robinson as lead singer (who contributed also as lyricist). Two first album and a pile of singles were inconsistent (Ballad of a Rock 'n' Roll LoserSea Wolf, but instrumental single "Sultana" made it into UK charts (endlessly repeated claims of Sanatana's influence are based mainly on this single; yes, one can hear a hint of Santana every now and then, but he was not the main inspiration). Suddenly the band came with "Eagle Rock" - a full-blast top-class hard-rock band with the strong inclination towards prog. Let's say one can feel immediately the influence of mature Deep Purple and the inspiration from Rare Bird (As Your Mind Flies By. By the way, the vocals are almost as good as Steve Gould's, and the guitars and Hammond you can judge for yourself.
Although signed by prestigeous "Columbia" the band didn't make it due to various reasons, but should be placed as equal among the peers. This release from "Repertoire" comes with the notes by Chris Welch, and is worth every cent (4 bonus tracks give an idea of the versatility of the band, but don't fit into the album).
"Titanic" managed to build some following in continental Europe, and lasted until 1977 before disbanding. Janny Loseth (real name Jan Geir Loseth), who has himself a voice p a r e x c e l l e n c e in the 80s was placed by Didier Marouani as a frontman for the best French synth-act - "Space" (Best of Space] - just to give an idea of their music], while Roy Robinson contributed to the same too. Janny Loseth made a real breakthrough during 1983 tour of Didier Marouani (under the moniker "Paris France Transit"), try to see on Youtube singing "Child"...
In 2009 "Titanic" issued inevitable reunion album - [[ASIN:B001QB9GZM Ashes and Diamonds - no suprises, but strong and competent