The Montclairs (aka Don Gregory & the Montclairs) released two singles in 1965 on Cleveland, OH’s Sunburst Information, that was operated by Jules and Mike Belkin and Carl Maduri. Gregory (created Don Gregory Jones) fronted a skimpy but enthusiastic group comprising Richard Jordan (sax), an unfamiliar musician called Sam (acoustic guitar), Eddie Woods (vocals), and Gregory (bass). Woods previously sang using the Hornets. Sunburst inked them after viewing the response they received at live shows with just a little ditty that Gregory upset called “Content Feet Period.” The Montclairs had been the Music Box’s (a cellar show club located at 107th and Euclid Avenue) home band; they performed every Weekend for five years and supported touring R&B performers like Tommy Hunt, Billy Stewart, and Donnie Elbert. “The Five,” discussing East 105th and Euclid, was Cleveland’s dark entertainment Mecca in the ’60s, dotted with concert halls, illegal gambling, pubs, and pawn shops. “Content Feet Period,” a jubilant jam with party atmosphere, was a local strike in 1965. A reincarnation, “Sore Foot” b/w “Poopsie,” implemented but didn’t graph, as well as the Montclairs’ stint with Sunburst finished. Marduri as well as the Belkin brothers ignited many professions but rarely actually constructed any, and folded brands after several releases. They held performing, traveling around Ohio electrifying crowds, and had been regulars on the Arabica Espresso Home in Shaker Heights, OH, in the ’70s. Richard Jordan afterwards passed on, Eddie Woods severed his hands at the job, and Sam vanished. Gregory continued to execute in East Cleveland.