The band’s line up changed for the first time in the winter of 1969 as Don Shuford left due to being drafted in the Army. Replacing Don on bass guitar and vocals was Blair Honeyman, formerly with a local Topeka band, The Burlington Express. By this time the band was receiving considerable interest from Roulette Records and the Company requested the band record a couple of songs so they could hear their updated band sound. The band selected another Mal Robinson original tune entitled “Young Man” and a cover song “Get Together” by the Youngbloods. Later that summer, Fred Munao of Roulette Records came to Topeka to hear the band live and ink them to the Roulette Recording contract. Three years of the band’s very planful and calculated recording strategy it seemed had finally paid off.