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Trodden Path

From a little town near Milwaukee, WI, the Trodden Route released a unitary, featuring two original compositions, in 1967. The A-side, “Don’t Stick to Me,” is at a fresh folk-rock style, probably using a tinge of Paul Revere & the Raiders; the turn, “Can’t THE TRUTH IS,” is at a more regimen garage area rock setting. “Don’t Stick to Me” was released on Highs in the Mid Sixties, Vol. 10, and both edges had been included on the Compact disc compilation Garagemental!: The Cuca Information Tale, Vol. 2. That anthology also provided two previously unreleased monitors with the group, the Paul Revere/extremely early Figure Who-like “Maintain Me Hangin’ On” as well as the jangly garage area folk-rocker “NOWADAYS I Need Like.”

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