|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||As The Years Go By / Yellow River||2||Audio||1970|
|3||霧の中の二 As The Years Go By C ⁄ W 自由を求めて Days When We Are Free||2||Audio||1970||CBS/Sony|
|6||Dance A Little Step||2||Audio||1973||Young Blood|
|7||Dance A Little Step||2||Audio||Aquarius Records (3)|
|8||As The Years Go By||2||Audio||1970-06-12||Epic|
|10||Mashmakhan / The Family||19||Audio||1999|
|12||As The Years Go By||2||Audio||1970-06-12||Epic|
|13||As The Years Go By||2||Audio||1970||Epic|
|14||As The Years Go By / Yellow River||2||Audio||Epic|
|15||Mashmakhan / The Family||19||Audio||2006||Black Rose Records (2)|
|16||Dance A Little Step||2||Audio||1973||Jamie|
|17||Dance A Little Step||2||Audio||1973||Jamie|
|19||Mashmakhan / The Family||19||Audio||2006||Black Rose Records|
Rock fusion band based in Canada. Best known for their single "As The Years Go By", Mashmakhan were first signed to Columbia Records in 1970. Mashmakhan were named after a kind of hemp by a local peddler.
The band also toured on the Festival Express, which was later made into a documentary of which the band was also featured.