I don’t have much info on this band, I’m guessing an early to mid ’60s release since it has a Beatles sound.
Here’s a mystery 45. I’m guessing this one was released some time in the mid to late ’60s. This isn’t the same band who had the hit “Kind of a Drag”. Anyone with info??
Here’s another “mystery side” that I found in my OHIO files. The KARL label was from Ohio and research leads me to believe this one was released sometime in 1958. If you listen close, there seems to be some Earl Scruggs licks goin’ on.
From 1957 comes a mild rockabilly release out of the small town of Yellow Springs. This one has been included on several recent compilation LPs/cds.
Here’s the local hit side from this legendary band outta Y-town. I’ve just found out that Pete Pompura, the bassist for the band, recently passed away. Check out the band’s bio page over at Buckeye Beat (link in sidebar) for lots of info & cool pics. R.I.P. Pete.
Not much info on this release from 1966. Seems like the band tried to cash in on the current dance craze of the day!
I’ve got very little information on this groovin instrumental. My research dug up that the label was out of Canton and only released a hand-full of 45s. This gem appeared in 1958.
Yet another rare one out of Cinci. This hillbilly bopper was released in 1956 and has appeared on a few reissue compilations.