PRICE AND WALSH - 'The House Of Ilene Castle' / 'Love Is The Order Of The Day' (Dot Records 45-17077) March 1968
Didn't know anything about this record when I bought it. I only took a chance because the title of the A-Side 'The House Of Ilene Castle' sounded like a promising pop psych title and thankfully it turned out to be the case.
I've since did a little research and Price and Walsh were two L.A songwriters named Mike Price and Dan Walsh who went onto some success writing songs for singers outside the scope of Renaissance Fair.
Both songs are from aborted sessions with songwriter/producer Gary Zekley. His name may be familiar with readers from his work with The Yellow Balloon, Jan and Dean, The Clique and Fun And Games.
The Dot 45 seems to be a very hard record to track down but thankfully UK re-issue label Rev-Ola have released a full CD retrospective of Price And Walsh including all of the recordings laid down with Gary Zekley in 1968.