Based in Michigan, USA. SRC evolved out of the areas turbulent garage-band scene and local groups the Tremelos, the Chosen Few and the Fugitives. Initially known as the Scott Richard Case, the group - Scott Richardson (vocals), Gary Quackenbush (lead guitar), Steve Lyman (second lead guitar), Glenn Quackenbush (organ), Robin Dale (bass) and E.G. Clawson (drums) - recorded a handful of local releases before truncating their name to SRC and signing with Capitol Records. The six members, at first, all lived together and the groups self-titled debut album reflected their collective spiritual aims. The best-known track, Black Sheep, became an underground hit when released as a single, while a love of British rock, in particular Procol Harum and the Pretty Things, was apparent on some of the other performances. This unusual blend was undermined on subsequent albums as SRC attempted a more basic rock style. Personnel upheavals hampered their...