SRC

Also known as S.R.C., Scot Richard Case, The
Members of SRC: E.G. Clawson, Gary Quackenbush, Glenn Quackenbush, Robin Dale, Scott Richardson (4), Steve Lyman (2)
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.srcwebsite.com/

Discography of SRC:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 SRC 8 Audio 1968 Capitol Records
2 Black Sheep 19 Audio 2000
3 I'm So Glad / Who Is That Girl? 2 Audio 1967 A-Square Records
4 The Revenge Of The Quackenbush Brothers 11 Audio 1986 Bam-Caruso Records
5 Milestones 11 Audio 1969 Capitol Records
6 SRC 10 Audio 1993
7 Milestones 10 Audio 1991
8 Traveler's Tale 10 Audio 1993
9 Traveler's Tale 8 Audio 1970 Capitol Records
10 Traveler's Tale 8 Audio 1970 Capitol Records
11 My Fortune's Coming True 2 Audio Capitol Records
12 Black Sheep / Nightmares In Red 2 Audio Bam-Caruso Records
13 SRC/Milestones 18 Audio 1998 See For Miles Records Ltd.
14 The Revenge Of The Quackenbush Brothers 11 Audio 1987
15 Milestones 11 Audio Depaja Recordings
16 Black Sheep 2 Audio 1969-01-03 Capitol Records
17 Born To Love 2 Audio 1972 Big Casino Records
18 Traveler's Tale 8 Audio 1970 Capitol Records
19 SRC 8 Audio 1968 Capitol Records
20 SRC 8 Audio 1968 Capitol Records
21 Lost Masters 20 Audio 1993 One Way Records (6)
22 Milestones 11 Audio 1969 Capitol Records


SRC: The Scot Richard Case

SRC were a 1960's British sounding psychedelic band, from Detroit, Michigan, USA.

The band was formed around Scott Richardson ,a former lead singer with Ann Arbor band, The Chosen Few, and fellow Michigan band [a1418851], featuring the Quackenbush brothers, Gary (on lead guitar) and Glenn (on Hammond organ). The Quackenbush brothers were a crucial to producing, what would be, SRC's signature sound.

The bands name came about from a suggestion from their manager Jeep Holland. Holland suggested that they come up with a new band-name centered around Scott's name, saying it would create more attention to the group from local Detroit-area radio stations.

The name came about accidentally shortening Scott's surname to "Richard" and using guitarist Steve Lyman's middle name 'Case' .They band settled upon the name 'The Scot Richard Case'. It sounded good and implied an alternative meaning "the situation about Scot Richard".


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