||Milestones CD (1969)
Al Wilmot music CDs Their second album, although rather erratic, proved to be SRC's most popular. Containing their version of Grieg's "In the Hall of the Mountain King" and Ravel's "Bolero," it's easy to see why they were such a draw in the psychedelic ballrooms across the Midwest in the late '60s. ~ James Chrispell
Liner Note Author: Bill Dahl.
Photographer: Leni Sinclair.
SRC: Scott Richardson (vocals), Gary Quackenbush (guitar), Steve Lyman (guitar, vocals), Glenn Quackenbush (keyboards), Al Wilmot (bass, vocals), E.G. Clawson (percussion).
Personnel: Steve Lyman (vocals, guitar); Al Wilmot, Scott Richardson (vocals); Gary Quackenbush (guitar); Glenn Quackenbush (keyboards); ...
||Traveler's Tale CD (1970) |
Al Wilmot albums SRC's final album was recorded after the departure of guitarists Gary Quackenbush and Steve Lyman, Ray Goodman assuming all the guitar chores. Despite the shakeup, the sound hardly changed at all, perhaps becoming a bit more progressive-minded. The organ-guitar duels and alternation of concise hard rock with lengthy progressive passages also remained intact. If this album came out today, you'd swear it was a satire ...