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Goodtimes, as well as a few reissues of bands fever In The Funkhouse – General Crook – General Crook as the Animals and the Beach Boys. Owner Florence Greenberg sold Wand, along with Scepter Records, to Springboard International in 1976. Wand masters have been obtained by Gusto Records in Nashville, Tennessee. The top quarter of the label was black with “wand” in gold directly above the center hole.

The address under the Wand logo was “1650 Broadway, New York, N. Copy – Not for Sale” overprinted and black lettering for the song titles and other information. After Wand was sold to Springboard, Springboard re-issued many of the Wand albums using the same design as the first Wand label, but with black lettering. These reissues also mentioned Springboard on the record jackets. We would appreciate any additions or corrections to this discography. Just send them to us via e-mail.

Both Sides Now Publications is an information web page. We are not a catalog, nor can we provide the records listed below. We have no association with Wand Records. WDS-650 – I Don’t Want to Cry! WDS-660 – The Greatest Sing Their Soul Favorites – Various Artists There are two covers for this album, the first has pictures of the six artists, the second only lists the song titles. WDS-668 – The Birch Grove Singers Sing of Contemporary Life – Birch Grove Singers The Birch Grove Singers are Cliff Fuller, Bud Savoie, and Scot Grant. WDS-675 – Up and Away – Kingsmen Also released by Capitol Record Club as ST-91011.

WDS-677 – The Greatest Hits from the Soul of Texas – Various Artists Last Kiss – J. WDS-678 – Hold On, We’re Coming! WDS-681 – The Kingsmen’s Greatest Hits – Kingsmen Also released by Capitol Record Club as ST-91214. WDS-686 – My Pledge of Love – Joe Jeffery Although the album is credited to “Joe Jeffrey,” the song “My Pledge of Love” was issued on 45 crediting the “Joe Jeffrey Group. In addition to Joe Jeffrey, the Joe Jeffrey Group included drummer Ronnie Browning and Charles Perry. The group played in clubs in Cleveland for years. Wand WFS-698 – The LTG Exchange – LTG Exchange Previously released on the Fania label.

At this point, label changes to orange label. Thanks to Victor Morales, Clay Stabler, David Gordon, Phil Newton, Tim Perko, Mark Chadbourne, Carol Browning and Cliff Fuller. Goodtimes, as well as a few reissues of bands such as the Animals and the Beach Boys. Owner Florence Greenberg sold Wand, along with Scepter Records, to Springboard International in 1976. Wand masters have been obtained by Gusto Records in Nashville, Tennessee. The top quarter of the label was black with “wand” in gold directly above the center hole. The address under the Wand logo was “1650 Broadway, New York, N.

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