Anthony J. Hilder

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Anthony J. Hilder
Born
Anthony John Hilder

November 30, 1934
Ojai, California, United States
DiedApril 26, 2019
NationalityAmerican
Other namesTony Hilder
OccupationRadio host, film producer, record producer
Known forRecord production in the surf music genre
9/11 Truth and New World Order theories;
Parent(s)Dorothy Granger (stepmother)
John Hilder (father)
Websitewww.freeworldfilmworks.com

Anthony J. Hilder (1935 - April 26, 2019) was an American author, film maker, talk show host, broadcaster, news correspondent and former actor. In the late 1950s to the mid 1960s he was also a record producer, producing music in mainly the surf genre. He headed a couple of record labels as well as working for various others. He was also a publisher.

Background[edit]

He was born on November 30, 1934, to Jack and Patricia Hilder. His education was at prep school in Ojai, California, and later at University High in West Los Angeles. He majored in film and communications at USC where he later attended.[1]

In the late 1950s, he was known as Tony Hilder and performed A&R work for Modern Records.[2] In the early 1960s Hilder became a prolific producer of Surf Music.[3][4] According to Who Put the Bomp magazine, Hilder's name as publisher, producer etc., appears on many records, both 45s and albums. His name would have appeared on more if it wasn't for the poor crediting on the budget releases.[5] As a producer, he produced records such as Jim Waller's "Surfin' Wild". [6][7] He was credited as producer on the Surf Battle various artists album.[8] He produced the Bombora album by The Original Surfaris.[9][10] He supervised the recordings of The Revels,[11] a California group remembered for the instrumental hit "Church Key."[12] He was also he president of Impact Records[13] a label that released recordings by The Revels, Lil' Ray and The Premiers and Dave Myers and The Surftones.[14] He had a role in providing the music for the 1961 film, The Exiles.[15][16]

In 1971 Hilder was ejected from Lou Gordon's television interview show.[17] He was also interviewed by the Idaho-based Times News that year and voiced his strong opposition to property taxes and the system of education in America.[18] Hilder was once a supporter of Ronald Reagan but by the mid 1970s, that had changed and Hilder believed he was a tool for the bankers.[19] He also had further issues with him.[20] In the mid-1990s, Hilder hosted the Radio Free World radio show in Los Angeles.[21] Also in that period, he was hosting his syndicated television show, Millennium 2000.[22][23]

Hilder has hosted radio shows and at one stage had a radio show in Alaska.[24][25][26]

Hilder became involved in conspiracy films since the early 1990s.[27] His films include Illuminazi 9-11 which featured Jordan Maxwell, Clayton Douglas and Ted Gunderson[28] who Hilder has been associated with.[29][30] Other films include Panic Project,[31] 911 : The Greatest Lie Ever Sold.[32] and Skull & Bones.[33][34]

He was a news correspondent for The American Free Press,[35][36] and a freelance writer.[37] He was also a part of the Alternative media.[38]

A speaker at Conspiracy Con, he has been described by The Silicon Valley Voice as a favorite fact finder for many conspiracy theorists.[39]

Actor[edit]

In the late 1950s Hilder had minor or supporting roles in a few feature films and television shows.

In 1957, he was at his early stage in getting acting work.[40] In December that year, he was in "The Trail to Christmas" episode of General Electric Theater.[41] He also appeared in M Squad that year.[42] Along with Robert Hafner, Hilder had a role in the 1958 sci-fi film, The Hideous Sun Demon which was directed by Tom Boutross and Robert Clarke.[43][44]

Music and record production[edit]

Hilder had a prolific output as a producer in the surf genre.[45][46] He's mentioned and referenced in books such as Surfin' Guitars: Instrumental Surf Bands of the Sixties by Robert J. Dalley, and various other surf music related publications.[47][48][49][50] He is also credited with bringing the surf sound to a host of independent California record labels in the early 1960s.[51] According to Who Put the Bomp magazine, Hilder was responsible for more local surf music being recorded and released than any other individual.[52] Years later his status as a producer in the surf genre was acknowledged in a 1995 issue of CD Review.[53] Records released on other labels such as Del-Fi Records and Challenge Records credit Hilder as either orchestra leader, publisher, or writer.[54][55] He had also used the pseudonym of Mark Hilder.[56]

1950s to early 1960[edit]

In the late 1950s, Hilder worked for the Kent and Modern record labels.[57] His time at Modern Records gave him contacts he could use in the music business. In 1959 having left the Kent / Modern organisation, Hilder would form CT Records, which would be his first record label. Two singles were subsequently released on CT. In time to come he would take advantage of the surf music craze.[58][59][60] Hilder would become involved with Billy Watkins,[61][62] Jesse Belvin and Charles Wright.[63] With the assistance of Hilder, Wright penned "You're Unforgettable"[64] for Billy Watkins. Released in 1959 on the Challenge label, it was backed with a Robert Hafner composition, "Rendezvous". It was given a B+ rating by The Cash Box in its October 17 issue.[65][66] It was also a prediction that month by Billboard to do well, and became a local hit year.[67][68] Hilder was also involved in the release of Rickey Agary's rocker single, "Everybody Needs Someone". Agary was backed by the Mark Anthony Band. The two part single was released on the Bel Canto label in 1959.[69][70]

1960s[edit]

The Revels

In 1960, his Impact label had its first release. The record was "Church Key" by The Revels, released on Impact 1.[71][72] Hilder's association with The Revels began in early in 1960. One day, the Revels were at a Chevrolet dealership in San Luis Obispo, playing for a March of Dimes benefit. Hilder had come into town to promote two artists of his, Billy Watkins and Charles Wright. He was looking for a band to back them while on tour. Norman Knowles wanted him to think about using The Revels as the backing band. Not that impressed, Hilder didn't consider them. However he left his business card. The second time Hilder came into contact with the group was in the summer of 1960. The group had driven down to LA to record at a small studio located on the corner of Santa Monica and Western for what was their second recording session.[73] The session wasn't going coming along that well so Knowles decided to ring Hilder to come over, and with his experience help them out. Soon Hilder arrived with his partner and songwriter, Robert Hafner. Hilder's attention was focused on guitarist Dan Darnold's playing around with the vibrato bar of his guitar. Hafner helped with a melody centering around the vibrato's hook. An arrangement was put together and later the title "Church Key" was given to the musical piece. Barbara Adkins who was Hilder's girlfriend (and later his wife) provided the giggles on the recording. Hafner brought some other tunes with him, one of which was "Vesuvius". The band learned it there in the studio and recorded it. Not having a label of his own at the time, Hilder and Norman Knowles started their own company as partners, splitting the costs as well as the profits.[74] In 1960, the group released "Vesuvius" bw "Church Key" on Tony Hilder's CT label.[75][76][77] Then it was later released on Impact, this time with "Church Key" as the A side.[78][79] Hilder helped with much of the writing and arrangement for the 1961 film,The Exiles,[80][81] a docu-drama about urban Indians from L.A. and with garage rock music provided by The Revels.[82]

Other acts and recording ventures

In 1962, Hilder attended a practice session by Rendezvous Ballroom regulars, the Rhythm Rockers, and heard them doing their version of a song he held the rights to, "Church Key". They would have two singles released on Impact, "Moment Of Truth" bw "Frogwalk and "Church Key" bw "Passion".[83][84] In late 1962, he reached out to a group called The Latin Knights in a bid to get them recorded. He did several sessions with them in the studios in L.A.. He later changed their name to The Charades and signed them to his label.[85][86] Two songs were released on Impact, "Sophia" and "Christina".[87]

In 1963, he produced the album The Winners Of The 18 Band Surf Battle, which was released on the GNP Crescendo label. It included titles by The Rhythm Kings and Dave Myers & The Surftones.[88][89][90]

In 1966, represented by attorney Al Schlesinger, Hilders company Anthony Music was involved in legal action with Del-Fi records, filing a $122,000 Superior Suit over breach of contract, fraud and money owned. This was over royalties not being paid as per an alleged agreement for the masters of various albums. This included recordings by The Centurians, Dave Meyers and the Surf Tones, The Sentinels and an LP Battle of the Surf Bands.[91] Also in the same year, Hilder approached Myron Fagan[92] a playwright-director for information. He urged Fagan who was nearly 80 to pass on his knowledge of the CFR, Illuminati and its new world order plans so it could be preserved. In 1967, the result was an album called The Illuminati CFR.[93] According to the book by Mark Jacobson, Pale Horse Rider: William Cooper, the Rise of Conspiracy, and the Fall of Trust in America, it was recorded at a studio where Hilder normally recorded the surf-rock groups.[94] It was released as a 3 record set that Hilder produced.[95][96][97][98][99]

Anthony Music & Impact Records[edit]

Anthony Music[edit]

Hilder's music publishing company Anthony Music AKA Anthony Music Corp was based in Hollywood, California.[100] The company handled releases such as "Commanche" / "Rampage" by The Revels,[101] and their earlier release, "Church Key".[102][103] Lil' Ray and The Premiers were another act to have the same.[104] Others include, Emmett Lord, The Charades, Ray Agee,[105] Bob Linkletter and The Sentinal Six.[citation needed]

Impact Records[edit]

During the 1960s, Hilder oversaw Impact Records, a Los Angeles-based record label. One of the functions of Impact Records was to be an outlet for masters that Hilder couldn't release on other labels. Much of the material released by the label was from local aspiring artists and bands.[106] It was announced in the May 8, 1961, issue of Billboard that Hilder had put Dean Zook in a position to head the label's Midwest Radio-TV promotion. From his base in Denver, Zook's first efforts were concentrated on the promotion of the Revels' single which had been featured in the 1961 film, The Exiles.[107] The Revels, a local Californian band had been around since 1957.[108] They had 4 singles released on the label from 1960 to 1962 which included the single they were best known for, their 1960 hit "Church Key".[109][110] The single was distributed nationally by Liberty Records but was issued under the banner of Impact to keep the identity of the label.[111] Another artist that had a release on the label was Latino singer, Little Ray Jimenez in 1962 with "Shake! Shout! & Soul!" bw "Soul & Stomp".[112] Other artists included Shorty Bacon,[113] and The Charades.[114] Another artist to have a release on the label in 1962 was Rue Barclay who had been recording since the late 1940s.[115] The following year Barclay appeared in a low budget film, The Skydivers.[116] One album that Hilder produced for his Impact label was Shake! Shout! & Soul, which was recorded live at Santa Monica's 2nd Annual Surf Fair. It featured Lil Ray, The Original Surfaris, Dave Myers and the Surftones, The New Dimensions, Steve Korey and The Virtue Four.[117][118]

Robert Hafner also worked on compositions with Hilder and for artists on Impact.[119] Both Hilder and Hafner had previous involvement with their roles in the film The Hideous Sun Demon which was released in the late 1950s.[120]

Other labels[edit]

Westco was a label located in Morro Bay, California. It was one that Hilder co-owned with Norman Knowles. One act that had material released on the label was Jeff Hamman And The Surf-Teens.[121] Other acts were Kenny Hinkle, Kenny Karter and The Sentinels.[122] Westco started out as WCEB, a division of Impact Records.[123][124]

Music involvement in later years[edit]

In 1974, Hilder was approached by Ray Badarat from The Charades who had come to Los Angeles in search of the group's old master tapes. These were the tapes that Hilder had produced ten years earlier. After catching up about old times, Hilder offered an opportunity for the group to do a musical score for a film, Black Lolita. From that they recorded the love theme for the film.[125] Hilder provided the liner notes for the single "XKE" by Boss Martians which was released in 1993.[126][127] In 1994, Intoxica! The Best Of The Revels was released on Sundazed LP 5010. Just as John Hodge, the manager / producer for The Pyramids worked with Sundazed's Bob Irwin to get the product out, so did Hilder, Sam Eddy and Norman Knowles.[128][129] Hilder's voice is featured on the track "Radio Free World" which was included on the various artists album Audium Capsule 1, released in 1996.[130] His voice was sampled and appears on the track "A Sorrowful Empire" by the group Haunted By Rivers on their Drain the Sky album released in 2008.[citation needed]

Political[edit]

1960s to 1970s[edit]

In 1964, Hilder was involved with Barry Goldwater and his presidential campaign. At the time, he considered Goldwater to be the most honorable and courageous candidate he'd ever seen.[131] Also that year, Hilder put together a record album for the Goldwater camp. It was called Stars for Barry.[132]

By 1976, Hilder who was once a staff member of Senator George Murphy had now become a force in the Liberty Lobby.[133]

1980s to 1990s[edit]

In the late 1980s, he was a member of Citizens Against Organized Crime which was based in Arizona.[134]

In July 1988, there was a movement taking place within the National Rifle Association by some of its members to oust President George H. W. Bush from the association. Bush was a lifetime member and according to the article that ran in the Chicago Tribune, he had no intention of leaving the association. Hilder, who led the petition drive in Alaska, said that petition drives were underway in 23 states.[135] Hilder was at a weekend gun show collecting 400 signatures according to St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Hilder claimed that just one NRA member could call the expulsion of another if he alleged there was a violation of NRA bylaws. One such bylaw was that members protect and defend the Constitution. Hilder also went into the committee's process and how it would handle the alleged offence.[136]

In June 1993, Hilder was kicked out of the studio at KLAV for his remarks about Janet Reno's alleged relationship to Cult Awareness Network (CAN) which had a role in the whistleblowing of the Branch Davidians in Waco, Texas. He remarked that President Bill Clinton was the "velvet" on the iron fist of Commu-Fascism and he should be impeached.[137][138]

Radio and television host[edit]

As a TV host he has hosted the Millennium 2000 TV series.[139] During 1967, he had a radio show on Pacifica KPFK 90.7 FM.[140] He also hosted two radio shows, Radio Free World and Radio Free America. He's also responsible for the creation of Radio Free America.[141][142] By 1989 he was hosting a radio show in Anchorage, Alaska, in a similar position to what he was doing in California the previous year.[143][144] His Radio Free America show was broadcast on KEAG.[145] Around the mid-1990s, he was hosting his controversial show in Los Angeles.[146] His past radio show guests have included ufologist, Norio Hayakawa.[147] His controversial side was noted in a two part Anchorage Daily News news article about him that ran from October 11 to October 12, 1992.[148][149]

Contributions[edit]

Written works[edit]

  • The Warlords of Washington Secrets of Pearl Harbor), an interview with Col. Curtis Dall ISBN 9780935036435 Fullerton, Calif. Educator Publications, 1972[150]

Debates[edit]

In the 1990s, Hilder debated Khalid Abdul Muhammad.[151][152]

Death[edit]

Hilder died at St. John's Hospital at Santa Monica, California.[153] According to various sources, Hilder died on April 26, 2019.[154][155][156][157] Ufologist Norio Hayakawa who has in the past been associated with Hilder,[158][159] confirmed his passing on his website with details of a memorial service to be held on May 10, 2019, from 2 p.m. at the Woodlawn Cemetery at the Sunburst Chapel in Santa Monica, California.[160]

Discography as producer / composer credits etc.[edit]

Recordings[edit]

Artist Track Album Catalogue Catalogue Year Notes #
Anthony J. Hilder & Evan Sweetwater "Ordo Ab Chao" Rap track[161]
Anthony J. Hilder & Evan Sweetwater "A M E R I K A"
Anthony J. Hilder "Radio Free World" Audium Capsule 1 Blanc Records – BLCCD14 1996 Various artists album
Drain The Sky "A Sorrowful Empire" Haunted By Rivers Level Plane Records LP114 2008 LP (Sampled voice)

Record Producer[edit]

Group / Act Album title Catalogue Year Notes #
Various artists Surfs Up! At Banzai-Pipeline Northridge Records NM 101 1963 Producer Tony Hilder
Jim Waller And The Deltas Surfin' Wild Arvee A 432 1963 Producer Tony Hilder[162]
Various artists Surf Battle GNP Crescendo GNP 85 1963 Producer Tony Hilder[163]
Various artists Shake! Shout! & Soul!
Recorded Live at the Second Annual Surf Fair / Santa Monica, California
Impact LP #2 1963 [164][165]
Various artists Surf War Sundazed 6081 1995 Producer Anthony J. Hilder[166]
Al Garcia and the Rhythm Kings Exotic And Rockin Bacchus Archives BA1135 1999 Original Sessions producer Tony Hilder[167]
Various artists Lost Legends of Surf Guitar Sundazed Music LP 5420 2012 (Tony Hilder Producer on: A2, B1, B3, C3, C4, C5)
A2:The Ebb Tides - "Big Noise From Waimea", B1: The Tandems - "The Rising Surf",
B3: The Original Surfaris - "Surfs Up", C3: The Surf Teens - "Point Surf",
C4: The Centurions - "Ishamatsu", C5: The Original Surfaris - "Exotic"[168]

Non music album[edit]

Artist Album title Catalogue Year Notes #
Barry Goldwater The Man and The Issues American United AU-1X 1964 Producer Anthony J. Hilder
J. Evetts Haley A Texan Looks At Lyndon: A Study In Illegitimate Power American United AU-3x / AU-3 1964
Strom Thurmond The Great Senator Strom Thurmond Republican American United AU-4x [citation needed]
Billy James Hargis The Cross & Sickle American United AU-6X 1965 Introduction by Tom Anderson
Myron Fagan Illuminati - C.F.R. (The Council On Foreign Relations)
Volume 1
American United AU-7x / AU-7 1967 Producer Anthony J. Hilder
Myron Fagan Illuminati - C.F.R. (The Council On Foreign Relations)
Volume 2
American United AU-8x / AU-8 1967 Producer Anthony J. Hilder
Myron Fagan Illuminati - C.F.R. (The Council On Foreign Relations)
Volume 3
American United AU-9x / AU-9 1967 Producer Anthony J. Hilder
John Steinbacher It Comes Up Murder American United – AU-10x / AU-10 1967 Produced by Anthony Music Corporation
Myron Fagan Red Stars Over Hollywood Volume 1 American United AU-11x / AU-11 1968 Producer Anthony J. Hilder
Myron Fagan Red Stars Over Hollywood Volume 2 American United AU-12x / AU-12 1968 Producer Anthony J. Hilder
Myron Fagan Red Stars Over Hollywood Volume 3 American United AU-13x / AU-13 1968 Producer Anthony J. Hilder
John Carradine The Child Seducers American United AU-14 1969 Producers, Anthony J. Hilder and Earl Stone[169]
Colonel Curtis B. Dall Communism, Big Money, And You... American United – AU-17 1970

Song writing credits[edit]

Artist Title Composition credits Notes #
Gene Maltais With The Gibson String Band "Gangwar" Gene Maltais, Tony Hilder
Aggie Dukes "John John" Aggie Dukes, Tony Hilder
Anthony J. Hilder & Evan Sweetwater "Ordo Ab Chao" Anthony J. Hilder [170]
Dave Myers And The Surftones "Passion" Hafner, Hilder
The Centurions "Sano" A..J. Hilder
The Breakers "Surfin' Tragedy" Robert J. Hafner, Anthony J. Hilder Also recorded by Doug Hume
Bob Vaught and the Renegades
Rhythm Kings "The Soul" Robt. J. Hafner, Anthony J. Hilder
The Charades "Please Be My Love Tonight" Hilder, Chaves, Chaney
Lil' Ray and the Premiers "Shake! Shout! & Soul!" Anthony J. Hilder

Liner notes[edit]

Artist Title Release info Release Year Notes #
The Trashwomen Lust Hillsdale Records HR-45-1 1992 EP
Jackie And The Cedrics "Soyokaze" / "Hurry Up" Hillsdale Records HR-45-2 1993
Boss Martians "XKE!" / "I'm 'A One You Need" Hillsdale Records HR-45-3 1993
Johnny Legend "Mexican Love" / "Pipeline" (Vocal) Hillsdale Records HR-45-4 1993
Jackie And The Cedrics "Go! Honda Go!" / "Velocity Stacks" Hillsdale Records HR-06 1994
The Tiki Men "Cattle Prod" / "Surfin' Senorita" Hillsdale Records HR-08 1994
King Normals "Sugar Baby" / "Stop, Look & Listen" Hillsdale Records HR-09 1994

Film soundtrack[edit]

Film Director Release info Credits Notes #
The Exiles Kent Mackenzie 1961 Music
Anthony Hilder, The Revels, Eddie Sunrise, Robert Hafner
[171][172][173]

Filmography[edit]

Title Role Director Year Notes #
The Gray Ghost
Episode: An Eye for an Eye
Union Soldier Hollingsworth Morse 1957 As Tony Hilder
M Squad
Episode: The Watchdog
Juvenile Housebreaker Robert Florey 1957 As Tony Hilder
General Electric Theater:
Episode: The Trail to Christmas
James Stewart 1957 As Tony Hilder [174][175]
Summer Love Charles F. Haas 1958
The Hideous Sun Demon Robert Clarke 1959 As Tony Hilder
Polanski Unauthorized Sharon's bodyguard Damian Chapa 2009 As Anthony J. Hilder
Left Hand Billy in the Second Solution Voice Gabriele Zuccarini 2013 As Anthony J. Hilder

Documentary[edit]

Hilder documentaries

In 1993, Hilder teamed up with Jordan Maxwell for the first time in Lucifer 2000. The film was about the American Illuminati's plan for global domination.[176] Similarly, another documentary of Hilder's that was released in the 1990s was Millennium 2000. Featuring Ray Yungen, Terry L Cook and Jordan Maxwell, it was about the "One Party System", and looked at the supposed plan for World domination via the boardrooms of the Major Banking institutions. It also looked at the related symbiology.[177][178] In 1995, Reichstag 95: An American Holocaust was released. It featured Ted Gunderson.[179][180] In 2001, Hilder released Illuminazi 911 which featured Jordan Maxwell, Ted Gunderson and Clayton Douglas. Released in 2001, and possibly the earliest of the 911 conspiracy type of films, the 86 minute documentary was asking who was really behind the attack on the World Trade Center.[181] In 2003, Panic Project was out. Hilder is joined by Norio Hayakawa and Jordan Maxwell. They look at Area 51 and what may be going on there. His other documentary Area 51 was of a similar theme.[182] In 2004, 911: The Greatest Lie Ever Sold was released. Running at just over two hours, it features news clips of the 9/11 tragedy and commentary by Hilder. In the film, Hilder attempts to present a Nazi world domination type of theory as for what may be behind the 9/11 attacks.[183] In 2007, Skull & Bones: The Catholic Connection was released. It featured William David Cox, a former seminarian who had a 30-year history at uncovering attacks on the Catholic faith. The film presented a theory that a NeoCon Nazi cabal was behind the control of the US currency and commerce as well as Christianity.[184][185]

Others

He appeared in two of Chris Everard's documentaries about the Illuminati, The Illuminati and The Illuminati II: The Antichrist Conspiracy.[186][187] In addition to Hilder and Jordon Maxwell, Alex Jones and David Icke were also featured in The Illuminati which explored topics such as elections, the Bohemian Club, the Skull and Bones society and freemasonry.[188] In the sequel The Illuminati II: The Antichrist Conspiracy, which also featured Jones, Maxwell and Icke, the film looked at the fixing of the 1992 Presidential election, The Free Tibet Campaign, Aleister Crowley & The Evil Eye and The Manhattan Project.[189][190]

List[edit]

Director and producer[edit]

Title Year Role Notes #
E.U. Hitler's Dream Come True 2010 Director
Bohemian Grove 2011 Director, co-producer
Man Against the Machine, The Movie Producer

Free World Film Works filmography[edit]

Appearances in other documentaries[edit]

Title Year Director Producer Role Notes #
The Illuminati Vol 1 – All Conspiracy, No Theory 2005 Chris Everard Enigma Motion Pictures Himself
The Illuminati Vol 2 - The Antichrist Conspiracy 2006 Chris Everard Enigma Motion Pictures Himself
Wake Up Call: New World Order 2008 John Nada Himself
Illuminati Records 2017 Oliver Marshall Vince LeGrow
Oliver Marshall
Himself

Guest on show[edit]

Title Year Director Producer Role Notes #
The Nutrimedical Report Show - Hour One Hot News 2009 Dr. Bill R. Deagle MD Himself Feat.Gary Richard Arnold & Anthony J Hilder
Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura
Season Three, Episode #4: The Ozarks
2012 Jesse Ventura
Allan Chaykin, Kaluska Poventud
Himself

Further reading[edit]

Publication Release date Article title Page Link
Times News Sunday, March 7, 1971 Farm 'terrorism' seen Page 2 link
The Owosso Argus-Press August 9, 1971 TV Host Clips a Right-Winger Page 13 Link
Los Angeles Free Press August 4, 1972 "Free Rightist Interview" Part Two, Pages 6 to 8
Who Put the Bomp No.14, Fall 1975 "The Tony Hilder Story" Page 12 - 13 link
Anchorage Daily News October 11, 1992 "The Aliens are Coming …"[191]
Anchorage Daily News October 12, 1992 "Saucers are Swooping Around U.S. …"
Welcome to Anthony J. Hilder, part 2[192]
The Observer May 21, 1995 "Cults 2" By Ed Vulliamy link
Rare L.A. Tracks
(West Coast Style Vintage R&B And Doo-Wop, 1956-1964)
Bacchus Archives 1134
1999 Liner notes link

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  95. ^ News-bulletin, Issues 137-158 Page 75 & Page 135
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