Take some time to recall, or hear for the first time, the music of Teddy and the Pandas. The clips are offered in both RealAudio and MP3 format for your convenience. RealAudio files will play while downloading but have poorer sound quality. If you don't have players for the clips, go to the "Etc." page for links to the players.

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Once Upon a Time

Originally released as the A side on the small Coristine record label, it was later re-released on Musicor. Written by Teddy Dewart, this song features Dickey on harpsichord. The song reached the top 10 on WMEX and WBZ in Boston, April, 1966.

(Bye Bye) Out the Window

The B side of Once Upon a Time on both labels, written by Teddy Dewart and John McEwan. This song is a fantastic rocker!

 

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Spinning Platter

We Can't Go On This Way

The A side of the Panda's second Musicor release. Their highest nationally charting hit, the song reached the top 10 in New England, August, 1966.

Smokey Fire

The B side of We Can't Go On This Way , Written by Teddy.

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Rockin' Radio

Searchin' for the Good Times

The Tokens and Teddy back up Al's fabulous vocal. Their last Musicor release

Sunnyside Up

Although the B side, Sunnyside Up, written by Teddy and Billy Corelle, was more the Panda's style than Searchin' and a long-time favorite of their local fans!

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The Lovelight

Released on the Timbri label, The Lovelight was a return to the Panda's own style.

Day in the City

This instrumental B side was actually  the backing track to City Woman, an unreleased track found below.

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Spring Came Early This Year

An unreleased studio acetate from Jerry Labrecque's personal collection.

City Woman

This song provided In the City, the instrumental  B side of The Lovelight. An unreleased studio acetate from Jerry Labrecque's personal collection.

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Spinning Platter

Childhood Friends

This is the A side of the single released from the Basic Magnetism LP on the Tower label.

68 Days 'Till September

The B Side of Childhood Friends, also from Basic Magnetism.

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Games

Games is on the other side of an acetate with We Can't Go On This Way. Sold to a California music store by Pandas ex-Manager, Bruce Patch, they currently belong to Glenn Sadin. 

Willie Dum Dum

Willie is the other side of an acetate with Sunny Side Up. The acetate also currently belongs to Glenn Sadin. Both songs appear to have Toni Wine doing female backup singing.  Willie is a  Teddy Dewart composition.

 

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Spinning Platter

Running From Love

A Teddy Dewart-Billy Corelle composition from Basic Magnetism. One of the few songs on the LP that had a true Pandas sound.

 

Once upon a Time (Unreleased)

A rare early recording of the song, lacking the familiar harsichord. A much harder rock edge is evident in this version. This is how they played it live early on.

 

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