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Group from Holyoke / Gardner that was active at least in 1967 and reformed in the mid-1970s.
- David Rivers (voc)
- Dale Monette (dr)
- Strom (?)
- Gabrenas (?)
The following members were part of a reformed group in the mid-1970s along Rivers and Monette.
- John Sullivan (g)
- Carl Robichaud (b)
- Where Am I Going / With A Girl Like Her (Audio Dynamics 001152) (May 1967)
- Cross My Heart / I Need Only You (Audio Dynamics 106) (1967)
They also had a later release:
- Watch You Dance / Someone To Pass The Time Of Night With (Beaver) (1976)
- Dubbed "The American Beatles"
- (1152) was released twice and was produced and arranged by Dick Booth
- Controversy surrounds the "With A Girl Like Her" release: While TBM states: "Two pressings: a white label styrene is 1st, black label silver print Rite press is 2nd", drummer Dale Monette says that "the black label was the first issue of the recording. After (that) Audio Dynamics re-released it on the white label"
- Dale Monette states: "This recording (With A Girl Like Her) was a minor hit in Massachusetts in the summer of 1967. It rose to number 11 on the WHYN top 40. It stayed on the chart 8 weeks. It was engineered by Don Carmody who owned the studio, and Dick Booth."