The Penny Arkade recorded tracks for their first album to be called Not The Freeze but everything collapsed around them and the band folded - the tracks were finally made available on Sundazed music in 2004.
Chris Ducey released “Duce of Hearts” in 1975 and also the privately produced album “I Am A Rock”. The restored ”Songs Of Protest And Anti Protest” album finally got released as a CD in 2012 with the original cover and his (not Bobby Jameson’s) tracks and his (not Jack Millman’s) names.
Craig Smith quit the Penny Arkade and headed east to tour South America and Asia and pursue mysticism - he returned with new name Satya Sai Maitreya Kali. In 1972 he recorded two albums (Apache and Inca) which contained pieces from the Not The Freeze sessions interspersed with spoken word and general weirdness. In 2016 journalist Mike Stax released a biography of Craig Smith called “Swim Through The Darkness" which chronicles his struggles with mental health, time in prison and homelessness. Smith died March 16, 2012.
Susannah Jordon would go on to record under the names Sidonie Jordan and Sydney Foxx. She was an Ikette on tour with Ike and Tina Turner and married musician Peter Banks (the original guitarist of Yes) forming the band Empire.
Bobby Jameson put out a pair of singles in 1966 with Frank Zappa on the Penthouse label, and his first album (Color Him In) was produced by Curt Boettcher on the Verve label in 1967. He struggled with addiction and mental issues and dropped out of the music business. He died on May 12, 2015.
I’m quite glad I picked this up - I got my 7 bucks of enjoyment just trying to figure it all out and it’s a bonus that the LP is also really interesting and listenable. I have to wonder how many copies of “This World with the Trio of Tyme” were sold and how much lovely lucre Jack Millman made on the deal.