We The People (9) ‎– Girl Of My Dreams / Point Panic

D.J. Records (6) ‎– DRS-251
Vinyl, 7"


A1 Girl Of My Dreams 2:45
B1 Point Panic 2:41


"We The People" is -as I can tell from my search- a rather popular and generic band name.

This band hailed from Minnesota of the early to mid 1960s, and shouldn't be confused with others from slightly afterward.

As near as I can tell, this release is their only recorded composition. It is also featured on the compilation: "Shutdown '66" (Ernie Douglas Records, 1991), and only 500 copies were pressed. Gold center labels with: "Limited Issue" printed beneath the catalog number and "Time", in black ink.

Note: The label "D.J. Records" as used in the issuing of this one-off release is not --than I can ascertain-- to be found in the database, here.


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June 12, 2015

Just a buncha Minnesota kids doing their level best at synthesizing an admixture of the sounds of the early 1960s, all in order to win girlfriends and influence people.

And what a pop sound this single turned out to be! There's a definite surf guitar chord influence and a pensive, 'sweet bird of youth' male vocal styling that makes me want to reach out and hug my Frankie Avalon record. A bit of skiffle influence as well. Unique to say the least, especially that B-side instrumental. Far out!