Toledo, early 1970s
The Quixotics appear to be from Toledo, based on the credits for their lone 45, which include Toledan Herbie Ross.
The 45 includes a midtempo soul song, "Reach Out" (not the Four Tops biggie), written by Ross, R. Mullins, and V. Williams. The record is the only known 45 on the Blackman label. Norman Blackman and Fred Daniels produced the record (along with Ross) under the B&D Productions credit, so the label is named after Norman. An R. Robinson is also credited.
The record was pressed by Archer in Detroit which uses unique, sequential numbers so we can date the record to 1974
That's all we know for now.
Reach Out / Reach Out (Instrumental) - Blackman no # (Archer Records master 3618), 1974