As was common in 1968, the Three Heads sang covers of the popular songs of the day - and they were all songs to dance to. This was before the 10-minute guitar solo and even longer drum solo became popular. In 1968, people still danced - they didn't sit around consuming unmentionables. The first link below illustrates this.

The other links are to songs recorded in a demo session cut in Athens, Georgia on May 11, 1968. They were recorded in two-track mono - the instruments on one track and the vocals on the second.

Stevie Wonder Medley  (from Live at Trader Louie's, August 15, 1968)

Baby, I Love You

Be Young, Be Foolish, Be Happy

I Heard It Through The Grapevine - End of the Road

Cowboys To Girls

What's Your Name?

Can't Help Myself

Walk Away Renee

You Are My Sunshine

The Good Life

Shake A Tailfeather

Knock On Wood

Dancing In The Street


It's A Beautiful Morning

James Brown Medley

Ain't Too Proud To Beg

The Way You Do The Things You Do

I've Been Hurt

My Girl

Sweet Inspiration

Let There Be Love

Hold On, I'm Coming

39-21-40 Shape (39-21-46)/Hey Baby

Heat Wave

Out Of My Head

Sam Cook Medley (Shake, You Send Me, Chain Gang, AChange Is Gonna Come)

Reach Out

Stand By Me

For Your Love

Midnight Hour

Georgia On My Mind

Ask The Lonely

Mercy, Mercy, Mercy

There's A Place In The Sun

Up Tight

I'm Blue


Stop In The Name Of Love

Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? (Instrumental)

All recordings (P) 2003 Abound Music Company