The Consolations recorded their version of Groovey Grubworm (complete with a misspelled title) for Hill Records, a small label based in Kokomo, Ind. That would have been some time in 1969 or '70, just after the original version by Harlow Wilcox and the Oakies was a hit on both the country and pop charts.
The Hill label had a very short lifespan, with the company's entire output consisting of four singles. I have no information about the Consolations. This appears to their only recorded effort. The "A" side of this single has them backing a vocalist, George Moses.
As for the original hit version of Groovy Grubworm, Harlow Wilcox (1943-2002), a guitarist from Norman, Okla., and his band the Oakies recorded the tune for a local label, Impel. The record somehow came to the attention of Shelby Singleton, head of Plantation Records in Nashville, who put it out on his label and onto the national charts.
Groovy Grubworm was Wilcox's only national success and after a couple of singles and a like number of LPs it was back to Oklahoma.
Both of Wilcox's Plantation albums are available as downloads but not on CD. Used vinyl copies turn up fairly often.
The Consolations' recording has been included on several semi-bootleg CD collections including Strictly Instrumental, Vol. 9 (Buffalo Bop, 2006). It's for sale on line, but it's not cheap.