Vermont

Label scans from the collection of Erik Lindgren, with additions from Jason Litchfield.

Steve Blood (Stowe/Burlington, VT)
The New Young American / I'm Off To See The World
RCA-Victor (47-8711 • SPKM-7319/20)
November 1965


Chosen Few (From St. Michael's) (Burlington, VT)
Get In On Life / JTB
Takeover (L-151 • 8621184)
April 1967
Picture sleeve

Cured (Montpelier, VT)
Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On / The Summer's Gone
Allen Associates (201,234/35)
March 1967

Freddy & The Freeloaders (Burlington, VT)
Octopus Song / Patty
Crossroad (103/104) 1966
Laurie (3334) March 1966

Kon-Taks (Swanton, VT)
One Of These Days / Money
Rondack (R07-9788)
October 1966


Mott's Men (Lyndon State College - Lyndonville, VT)
Comin' Or Goin' / She Is So Mean
Loren (No. 1005)
March 1966


Rejects (Rutland, VT)
3 Hours Til' Dawn / Hard Workin' Man
Dasca (D45003 • 70241)
February 1967


Stephen Sargent & The Pride (Burlington, VT)
Grey Eyes Watching / Nobody's Child
Compass (CO-7001 • C-200/201)
March 1967


Thunderbolts (Burlington, VT)
Heart So Cold / Taste Of Honey
TR-2 (V-22158)
June 1965


Trophies (Brattleboro, VT)
Walking The Dog / Something Else
Nork (79907/08)
June 1964


Trophies
Baby Doesn't Live Here Anymore / Everywhere I Go
Kapp (K-714)
December 1965


Trophies
Leave My Girl Along / You're The Queen
Kapp (K-750)
April 1966


Vistas (Burlington, VT)
I Want A Cadillac / Silly Girl
Melbourne (WG 3191)
1964


Vistas
She Turns Me On / Don't Know
Melbourne (WG 3210)
1965


Zip Codes (Brattleboro, VT)
Hey Baby / Baby Made A Fool Out Of You
Nork (007 • ZTSP 122681/82)
July 1966


3 comments:

  1. I could get you a label picture of Cured if you wish. We have a copy up here.

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  2. Danny Coane of Montpelier, VT here. I play with Billy Bratcher in The Starline Rhythm Boys (VT) for the past 21 yrs. I was in The Cured for a short period of time (fall, 1965). Three of the members (Billy Parker, bass/Brian Cerutti, organ/Craig McNeer, drums) were from Montpelier and I played bass in a five-piece group (that went to seven - 2 girl singers) called The Jesters (1963-65). I was at the Univ of VT in 1965 where I met Brian Bull (guitar/keys) and Brad Sumner (gtr) who came into The Cured. The Cured 45 was cut after I left the group and was done on the Allen Assoc label in CT where Bull was from. B-side "Summer's Gone" was an original by Bull. I have this 45. I also have a 45 by The Beachcombers, a well-known, very popular Montpelier VT band in the 60's. A group from neighborning Barre VT, The V.I.P's, was a 4-piece who had members who went on to be famous, one in particular being Eugene "Gene" Leroy Preston, dummer, who became a founder and major songwriter for Asleep at the Wheel. I don't know if they ever cut a 45, but a great Central VT group in the 60's.

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    1. Hey I'm also from Montpelier, Vermont. I'm curious about the cured, can I get a recording of summers gone? Only the a-side is on youtube

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