In 1967, the band, now in California, was picked up for artist management by Jimmy O'Neill (Shindig!) and Seymour Heller (Liberace, Debbie Reynolds) and they began recording for their production company, Greeengrass (Ray Harris and Ed Cobb). From 1967 to 1970, Ed Cobb produced three records with the group at Producer's Workshop on Sunburst Records, distributed by Amy-Mala-Bell Records, and another at American Recording, Ritchie Podlar's studio, released on Attarack MGM. Greengrass later became AVI. Because the name seemed a bit racy at the time, the record company changed the group's name for the first two records, The Pleasure of Your Company b/w Maria, Love and Music, and Remember When b/w Now A Taste Of Tears, to S.N. and THE Ct's. No one know's why that spelling, and done without artist approval. The following two records, Look Back In Love b/w Contact, and Mixed Emotions b/w What Is A Youth? used the band's real name.
While these records had success in certain markets, especially Las Vegas, they were not national hits. The band however became a well known band in the most popular west coast venues and was highly successful at the Flamingo and International Hotels, along with dates at the Thunderbird and Caesars Palace. For more information about the band, you can visit the website of a memoir of the band called Things We Lost In The Night, at http://larrjdunlap.com.