|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||The Complete Recordings||6||Audio||2005-02-29||Jazzman|
|2||Go For Yourself / Funky Thang||2||Audio||1969||Burt|
|3||Hot Pants Breakdown / Boot's Groove||2||Audio||1992||Luv N' Haight|
|4||The Complete Recordings||8||Audio||2005||Jazzman|
|5||Hot Pants Break Down / Boot's Grove||2||Audio||1971-07-00||Magic City|
|6||Go For Yourself / Funky Thang||2||Audio||1969||Magic City|
|7||Go For Yourself / Funky Thang||2||Audio||1969||Burt|
|8||Go For Yourself / Funky Thang||2||Audio||1969||Burt|
Akron, Ohio based hammond-funk band.
James 'Boots' Smith
Consisted of Charles who played drums and Bobby on Hammond/Organ. They recruited James Crawford as a guitarist but left soon because he couldn't keep up the hard practicing the Heller twins did. They found James 'Boots' Smith and got him into the band.
After some years, Ernest Burt discovered the bands talent and hired them to release [m379077] in 1969 on [l=Burt]. They recorded [r2247071] a little later. This was released on Magic City recordings, also owned by Burt. In the Mid -70's, they recorded their third release, [r1052731]. But this recording escaped the Magic City vaults for some reason and ended up in the hands of Ernie Malick of the [l93553] label under dubious circumstances.