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“The Sunshine Company” (1967, Imperial).  Their second LP.  Contains “Back On The Street Again.”

“The Sunshine Company” (1967, Imperial). Their second LP. Contains “Back On The Street Again.”

“Sayin’ Somethin’” (1967, Verve) by The Righteous Brothers. Their third LP for Verve.

“Sayin’ Somethin’” (1967, Verve) by The Righteous Brothers. Their third LP for Verve.

“Happy Jack” (1966, Decca) by the Who.  Their second US LP.

“Happy Jack” (1966, Decca) by the Who. Their second US LP.

The Hollies - Bus Stop (Imperial; 1966) Mono copies of this 1966 LP are worth finding because the stereo pressings are in "fake" stereo.  The copy shown is still sealed. #records #albums #vinyl  Click here to learn more about this record:  http://www.rarerecords.net/store/hollies-bus-stop-sealed-mono-1966-u-s-lp/

The Hollies - Bus Stop (Imperial; 1966) Mono copies of this 1966 LP are worth finding because the stereo pressings are in "fake" stereo. The copy shown is still sealed. #records #albums #vinyl Click here to learn more about this record: http://www.rarerecords.net/store/hollies-bus-stop-sealed-mono-1966-u-s-lp/

“Twelve More Times” (1966, Dunhill) by P. F. Sloan.  His second solo LP.

“Twelve More Times” (1966, Dunhill) by P. F. Sloan. His second solo LP.

“Electric Comic Book” (1967, Mercury) by The Blues Magoos.  Their second LP.

“Electric Comic Book” (1967, Mercury) by The Blues Magoos. Their second LP.

“Excursions” (1967, Kama Sutra) by the Tradewinds.  Their only known LP.  However, the core of the group later recorded as the Innocence and had a hit with “There’s Got To Be A Word!”  Contains “Mind Excursions” and “New York’s A Lonely Town.”

“Excursions” (1967, Kama Sutra) by the Tradewinds. Their only known LP. However, the core of the group later recorded as the Innocence and had a hit with “There’s Got To Be A Word!” Contains “Mind Excursions” and “New York’s A Lonely Town.”

“Terry Knight and The Pack” (1966, Lucky Eleven).  Their first LP.  The Pack later formed the nucleus of Grand Funk Railroad and Terry Knight was their manager.

“Terry Knight and The Pack” (1966, Lucky Eleven). Their first LP. The Pack later formed the nucleus of Grand Funk Railroad and Terry Knight was their manager.

“The Electric Prunes” (1967, Reprise).  Their first LP.  Contains “I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night).”

“The Electric Prunes” (1967, Reprise). Their first LP. Contains “I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night).”

“The Eggplant That Ate Chicago” (1967, Go Go) by Dr. West’s Medicine Show and Junk Band.  Leader was Norman Greenbaum who later had a hit with “Spirit In The Sky.”  (See: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-Lc0Lra9cI)

“The Eggplant That Ate Chicago” (1967, Go Go) by Dr. West’s Medicine Show and Junk Band. Leader was Norman Greenbaum who later had a hit with “Spirit In The Sky.” (See: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-Lc0Lra9cI)

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