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At least two groups used the name The Accents.

The Accents

The Accents (members Gabe Lapano (vocals and keyboards), Don Beck (saxaphone), Tony Johnson (drums), Don Lovas (guitar) and Frank Mannix (bass). This line-up of the San Diego based group played live concerts but made no known recordings. 

Sandy (Sandra "Sandi" Rouse)  

Charter - 1964 

Sandy & The Cupids (members Sandra "Sandi" Rouse, .........................)  

CRC Charter 2 - If I Didn't Know Him / Rebel - 1964 

The Accents featuring Sandi (members Sandra "Sandi" Rouse (vocals) Gabe Lapano (vocals and keyboards), Doug Myers (saxaphone), Tony Johnson (drums), Don Lovas (guitar) and Frank Mannix (bass). 

Commerce 5012 - Better Watch Out Boy / Tell Me (What's On Your Mind) – 1964
Challenge 1112 - Better Watch Out Boy / Tell Me (What's On Your Mind) – 1964
Charter 1017 - I've Got Better Things To Do* / Then He Starts To Cry - 1964 *written by P. F. Sloan.
 

The Accents featuring Sandi and Gabe (members Sandra "Sandi" Rouse, Gabe Lapano, Doug Myers, Tony Johnson, Don Lovas and Frank Mannix. 

Challenge 59254 - Better Watch Out Boy / Tell Me (What's On Your Mind) - 1964 (also released on this number was a 45 by Tommy Ray Tucker "Sweet Talk / The Big Buildup")
Challenge 59294 - Tell Me / Sweet Talk - 1965
  

The Accents featuring Sandi (members Sandra "Sandi" Rouse, Gabe Lapano , Doug Myers , Tony Johnson, Don Lovas and Frank Mannix) 

Liberty 55813 - What Do You Want Me To Do / I Really Love You - 1965 

The Accents (members Sandra "Sandi" Rouse, Gabe Lapano , Doug Myers , Tony Johnson, Don Lovas and Frank Mannix)

Karate 529 - On The Run / He's The One - 1966 (the group broke up when Doug Myers was drafted)  

The Brain Police (members Tony Johnson (drums), Frank Mannix (bass), David Randle (guitar), Rick Randle (vocals, keyboards, harmonica and guitar) - a former member of The Other Four and The Mandells)  When he left the group Johnson later became a sought-after live and session drummer, playing with Mary Wells, Junior Walker, Commander Cody, Maria Muldaur and Hoyt Axton among others. 

The Brain Police (members David Randle (guitar), Rick Randle (vocals, keyboards, harmonica and guitar), Benny Bennett (percussion), Norman Lombardo (vocals and bass) - a former member of The Other Four, Sid Smith (drums) and Larry Grant (guitar) - a former member of The Other Four and The Mandells) 

The Brain Police (members Norman Lombardo (vocals and bass), Sid Smith (drums) - a former member of The Roosters on A & M 746 and Larry Grant (guitar)) 

Head X 2002 / 3 - World Of Wax* / Smoking At Windsor Hill - 1969 *same song as on the demo Lp but radically different. 

After this 45 was released Sid Smith accepts an offer to tour with Roy Head.

Rick Randle became a member of Framework just before the group broke up, later he and Framework's drummer Carl Spiron set up a two man band but never recorded. 

Sometime in 1969 Norman Lombardo joined the pair and they formed a group called The Dry Creek Road Band who are known to have recorded a demo.

Norman Lombardo and Rick Randle were then asked to play in The Dudes a back-up band that was being formed for Rita Coolidge. This band also included Spooner Oldham, Randy Bishop and Chris Etheridge.

After Rick Randle joined hard rock groups Bighorn and Child recording and touring with each. He then formed the Seattle based Randle-Rosburg band which became known as Striker, who released an album on ARISTA in 1978)   

Lp's 

The Brain Police (members David Randle, Rick Randle, Benny Bennett, Norman Lombardo, Sid Smith and Larry Grant) 

The group came out with one demo album in plain sleeve only, some copies were issued with a letter of introduction from their manager dated 15-October-1968.  

K. B. Artists Wr 4767 - The Brain Police - 1968  

Rockadelic Rrlp 26 - The Brain Police - 2000 (fifty copies pressed in coloured vinyl and six hundred copies pressed in black vinyl)
Tracks: Election For Mayor / Ride My Train Of Love / I'll Be On The Inside If I Can / I'd Rather See You Dead / Find Me A Moment / Getting Too Much Higher /// Adler / Gypsy Fast Woman / I'll Find Love / There's A Light Over The City / My World Of Wax.

The Accents

The Accents
(members James Short, James Brown, Robert Hill and Oliver Jackson)  

M-Pac! 7216 - Spring Song (New Girl) / Do You Need A Good Man – 1964
One-Derful! 4833 - Who You Gonna Love / You Better Think Again - 1965

 

Discography by Bosko Asanovic