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60s Eastside Band Cards- Page 9


The Village Callers were a great band, who had a hit with an instrumental called "Hector."  As you can see above, the song was named after their manager.


The 2/3 Majority was the first band name of Evergreen Blues, who became Elijah
in the early 70s.


Second band card of 2/3 Majority


Ray & the Idols was the band of Little Ray Jimenez after the 60s.


In the late 60s, Ellis Gold managed and recorded The Vaqueros, who had several members formerly of The Blendells.

(Ellis also recorded The Cassinos, who were formerly Leon & the Leisures.  My band of the period, The Men from S.O.U.N.D., also worked with him for a time, but did not cut a record.)

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