on Page 32:
. . . Most of the records were appropriated from the pile my parents kept in the basement - they didn't know the Who from the Cowsills, but my dad once owned a variety store that carried albums, which he often brought home when they didn't sell.
on Page 115:
My absolute first first records were brought home by my Dad from Dell's Milk, the variety store he owned in the West End of Toronto through the 1960s. . . . There were copies of Beatles VI ... a Cowsills LP, ...
on Page 200:
. . . I think Alan Lomax may have done some field recording with the Cowsills in the 1960s, . . .