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Alden, Chuck. Telephone interview. 18 November 2007. [Alden Interview 1]


Alden, Chuck. Telephone interview. 25 November 2007. [Alden Interview 2]


[Assorted photographs of The Wild Ones at the Peppermint Lounge, as collected by Anita Parascondola.]


Avedon, Richard. [The Wild Ones.] Thomas Tricarico, East Rockaway, NY.


Baker, Chas. “Re: The Wild Ones.” Memo to Mr. E. M. Ries., Dept. No. 733SW, Sears, Roebuck and Co. 12 August 1966.


Dikeman, William T. ed. “Look Out - it’s the Wild Ones! : merchandising for teens.” Sears East Wind Sep. 1966: 16-21.


Dye, R. I. Memo to Mr. E.M. Ries., Dept. No. 733SW, Sears, Roebuck and Co. 9 August 1966.


Gardiner, Hal. “Re: Wild Ones at Sears Salt Lake.” Memo to Chuck Alden, Knickerbocker Hotel, Hollywood. 3 September 1966.


Gleason, Jackie. Note to Thomas Tricarico. Date unknown. [This was a personal note Jackie Gleason had delivered to Thomas Tricarico while playing on the bandstand at Arthur.]


Leipzig, Lloyd. The Wild Ones Off On Cross-Country Promo Tour, UA Recording Act to Promote Singles & Albums. Press release. 28 June 1966.


Leipzig, Lloyd. The Wild Ones sing & play "Wild Thing" b/w "Just Can't Cry Anymore" (I'm All Cried Out). Press release. 1 Nov. 1965.


Leipzig, Lloyd. The Wild Ones To Scintillate on NBC Radio Special, UA's Red-hot Group To Entertain Nation from "Arthur" New Year's Eve. Press release. 15 Nov. 1965.


Kriegsman, James J. The Wild Ones. Thomas Tricarico, East Rockaway, NY.


The Peppermint Lounge. Postcard. Thomas Tricarico, East Rockaway, NY.


“Rise and Surprise of Sybil Burton.” Life 25 June 1965: 72-78.


Sperber, Betty. "Wild Ones Publicity Outline." Press Release. (This document is not completely historically accurate. The Wild Ones only sang the opening credits and closing credits for Lord Love A Duck. The instrumental to this track and all of the others were recorded by studio musicians (Alden Interview 2).)


Taylor, Chip. Wild Thing. 45 RPM demo recording.


Toolen, Thomas and Lester Abelman. "Sybil Weds R'n'R Star - A 'Wild One'." Daily News [New York] 14 June 1965, final ed.: 1+.


Town Hill. Advertisement. Daily News [New York] 14 August 1964.


The Troggs. Wild Thing. 45 RPM. Fontana, 1966.


The Wild Ones. The Arthur Sound. LP. United Artists, 1965.


The Wild Ones. Wild Thing. 45 RPM. United Artists, 1965.


Tricarico, Thomas. Personal interview. 18 November 2007. [Tricarico Interview 1]


Tricarico, Thomas. Personal interview. 29 November 2007. [Tricarico Interview 2]


United Artists. "The Arthur Sound" by The Wild Ones. Press release.


United Nations. The Wild Ones, a rock-and-roll group perform with a group of dancers. United Nations, New York.


United Nations. The Wild Ones, a rock-and-roll group perform for the Staff Day audience. United Nations, New York.


Whitburn, Joel. Billboard top 1000 singles, 1955-1986 : the 1000 biggest hits of the rock era. Milwaukee, WI: Hal Leonard Books, 1986.


The Wild Ones. [Untilted demo recording, includes "Heat Wave," "Canadian Sunset," "Wanderlust," "Wild Way of Living."] 45 RPM demo recording.


The Wild Ones. [This document is a write-up prepared about the Wild Ones.]


“The Wild Scene at Arthur.” Look 30 Nov. 1965: 40-48.


Wolcott, James. "A Twist in Time." Vanity Fair Nov. 2007: 180+.

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