|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|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|
|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|
|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|
|21||Lost Masters||20||Audio||1993||One Way Records (6)|
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".