~ 'Whole Tone Poem' - referenced in the 2nd May 1969 edition of Poppin magazine.
~ 'Apple Truck Swamper' - referenced in the 2nd May 1969 edition of Poppin magazine. This song written by Bill Henderson was recorded by Tim Rose & appears on the 'Through Rose Coloured Glasses' CD which includes his recordings from 1967 & 1969.
~ 'Feathers & Wax' - referenced in the 2nd May 1969 edition of Poppin magazine. An acetate of 'Feathers & Wax' still exists which shows the song was recorded in 1966 by The Collectors who were also known as The Torch Group.
~ 'The Bandit' - referenced in the April & May 1969 editions of Poppin magazine. Initially pencilled in by Warners Bros as the follow-up to Lydia Purple, The Bandit was due to be released in November 1968. The timetable then slipped to Spring 1969. In the end, 'Early Morning' from 'Grass & Wild Strawberries' was released as a single in 1969 & to this date, 'The Bandit' has never been released and must be still in the Warner Bros vaults.
~ 'Uncle Wiggley' - referenced in the 2nd May 1969 edition of Poppin magazine. A recording of Uncle Wiggly from a CBC radio show was released on the unofficial 'U-Spaces Psychedelic Archaeology Volume 4'. 'Uncle Wiggley' was released by Howie Vickers in 1971 on the MCA record label as the B-side to 'Come Away Melinda'.
~ 'Ring The Wrong Bells' - a recording of Ring The Wrong Bells from a CBC radio show was released on the 'unofficial' U-Spaces Psychedelic Archaeology Volume 4.
~ 'La Muria' - a song played live by The Collectors and reference in the April 1969 edition of Poppin. It is unlikely that 'La Muria' was ever recorded in the studio.
~ 'No Name Ballad' - referenced in the This Is Happening No. 5 edition.
~ On CBS's 'Let's Go - Music' in 1967/68, The Collectors got to lip-sync six songs which were recorded prior to transmission. These songs were 'Ring The Wrong Bells', 'Uncle Wiggley', 'Feathers & Wax' (also called 'Fly Too High'), 'Fat Bird', 'Curse of the Universe' & 'Adanac'.
~ 'Everyone Says' - a song that was recorded but not released as a single or an album track.
~ 'Everytime I Think I've Got It All Worked Out, It Turns Out That I'm Lying' - referenced in an article by Hank Zevllos in the Summer 1969 edition of Poppin magazine. The song was played at the Zonk concert that Hank attended. It is not known whether this song was ever recorded.
~ Untitled track - Rob Frith from Neptoon Records has an actetate of a song about a white duck and the Hollywood Freeway. The likely date of this recording is 1967.