The New Breed were formed in 1965 in Sacramento by a group of musicians who had played in earlier high school bands. The line-up of the group was Tim Schmit, Ron Floegel, Tom Phillips, and George Hullin. The group recorded their first single in 1965. This was successful regionally. They then recorded material for an album which was not released. Three further singles were released over the next year and a half. In 1968 the group signed to a new label and changed their name to Glad.
Green Eyed Woman / I'm In Love (1965, Diplomacy 22)
Leave Me Be / I've Been Wrong Before (1966, Mercury 72556)
Want Ad Reader / One More For The Good Guys (1966, World United 001)
Fine With Me / The Sound Of The Music (1967, World United 003)