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One of the leading bands on the fertile Michigan rock scene of the mid- to late '60s, SRC took a more artful approach to their music than peers such as the MC5 and the Stooges , forging a sound that was dominated by expert musical interplay and occasional classical influences that anticipated the progressive rock movement of the '70s, while still possessing the passion and energy that was the trademark of the Detroit sound. Our Little Secret. Turn into Love. Up All Night. The Angel Song.
Track Listing - Disc 2. A New Crusader. Street Without a Name. Midnight Fever. Never Before Now. Find out more about our use of this data. Show more Show less. Quarterback Circle from the EP 'Ryouko'. Badaz Shuffle. Badaz Shuffle Last played on. Penwythnos Geth a Ger. Up All Night. Up All Night Last played on. The Mickey Bradley Record Show. Eye Of The Storm. Eye Of The Storm Last played on. So, the label dropped them. After SRC dissolved, several of its members joined other bands or left Michigan.
Ray Goodman played with Mitch Ryder as well as other bands. The Quackenbush brothers — Glenn and Gary — also played with several other acts. Clawson - have passed away. Eventually, he ended up in Hollywood, became a script reader for Warner Brothers and had a hand in producing several films in the late 70s before writing his own scripts. Richardson now lives outside Nashville. Goodman was a very good guitarist but, without Quackenbush, SRC had lost a very big part of their distinctive sound, and the album sold poorly despite containing some stellar tracks.
The resulting avalanche of negative publicity from the event effectively killed off the whole pop festival movement in the state. The hard drugs also took its toll on the once vibrant Detroit music scene. It was like an epidemic. Instead of doing things for stimulus, the stimulants became crystal meth. This began to limit the venues for a band like SRC, who had just had their option dropped by Capitol after three quality releases because they had failed to make a significant sales breakthrough.
SRC played as often as they could during the rest of and all of while they tried to get another record deal. By the end of , SRC had signed with Rare Earth Records, a rock and roll subsidiary of Motown that had been having a great deal of success with the Detroit rock band called Rare Earth. The label had also signed the Pretty Things, a major influence of SRC, and released two critically acclaimed albums on the British band. When the single, released in early , failed to click, Rare Earth passed on recording the album.“OneSimpleTask” The on-line review site All Music Guide says of the self-titled debut album by SRC: “With the twin leads of Gary Quackenbush and Steve Lyman, the distinctly church-like psychedelic Hammond of Glenn Quackenbush, and the angelic (and anglophile) vocals of Scott Richardson, SRC is a distinctly acidic album unlike anything.