You can add Ecumenical Drugstore to that list. The band was led by Ed Sanford, the man behind the Pendragon 45 on the Armadillo label (profiled a while back in the Florida '70s forum). They recorded their single in Orlando, for Eric Schabacher's Tener Custom label, and as you'd expect, not too many copies are around these days.
"We did a show at the Ocala Auditorium, December 6, 1969, with the Tropics. It was my 21st birthday, the same day as the Alatmonte Festival," remembers Sanford. "Ecumenical Drugstore was similar to San Francisco jam bands like the Dead and Quicksilver. Our covers were strung together, and we would play 45 minutes or more straight."
Members of the band:
Ed Sanford -guitar,vocals
Brenda Woodling (Sanford)-vocals
Rex Daugherty-guitar ,vocals
Horace Camp- bass
Jimmy Rizzo-drums (after
he dropped an engine on his foot, they brought in Ben McEarchin -drums,
and performed with two drummers)
Tommy Hanson -guitar (after Rex left the band)
Sanford says he may have some photos of the band, and is trying to locate them.