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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.”

“When The Whistle Blows Anything Goes” (1967, Crimson) by The Soul Survivors.  Contains “Expressway (To Your Heart).”

“When The Whistle Blows Anything Goes” (1967, Crimson) by The Soul Survivors. Contains “Expressway (To Your Heart).”

“What’s Shakin’” (1966, Elektra) by The Lovin’ Spoonful, The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Tom Rush, Al Kooper and Eric Clapton And The Powerhouse.

“What’s Shakin’” (1966, Elektra) by The Lovin’ Spoonful, The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Tom Rush, Al Kooper and Eric Clapton And The Powerhouse.

“I’m A Man” (1967, United Artists) by The Spencer Davis Group.  Their second US LP.  (See: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCv-T1plBBI)

“I’m A Man” (1967, United Artists) by The Spencer Davis Group. Their second US LP. (See: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCv-T1plBBI)

Felix Cavaliere (lead singer of The Rascals) was from my hometown in NY. He lived right across the street from the High School. We used to sit outside on his stoop hoping to see him.

Felix Cavaliere (lead singer of The Rascals) was from my hometown in NY. He lived right across the street from the High School. We used to sit outside on his stoop hoping to see him.

“The Unbelievable Guitar And Voice Of Jerry Reed” (1967, RCA)  HIs first LP.

“The Unbelievable Guitar And Voice Of Jerry Reed” (1967, RCA) HIs first LP.

“Reflections” (1966, Lucky Eleven) by Terry Knight And The Pack.  Their second and last LP.

“Reflections” (1966, Lucky Eleven) by Terry Knight And The Pack. Their second and last LP.

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