I can tell you very little about The Beeds, much of what I can say about them is nothing more than informed speculation based upon a minimum of available facts. I suspect The Beeds were a studio collaboration between Norman Marzano and Buddah Records regular Jimmy Calvert. Marzano was a Rhode Island native who along with Vini Ponica and Peter Andreoli had a minor with the original version of "Mr. Lonely" as the Videls. He was also a member of The Tradewinds (the studio band that backed Joey Levine up on the big Ohio Express hits).
In 1968 The Beeds released a single "You Don't Have To"/"Run To Her" on Team Records, a label distributed by Buddah, and another single "Love Hurts"/"You're Wrong" in 1971 on Buddah itself. They may have released more music, but I can't find any evidence of it. "Run To Her" is their best known song, having shown up on Mindrocker and Rubble compilations (for those who don't know, the Mindrocker and Rubble compilation series are for people who bought all the Nuggets and Pebbles compilations, but still need more garage rock).
"You Don't Have To"/"Run To Her" is listed as "A Product of Kasenetz/Katz Assoc." but the songwriters Calvert and Marzano are credited as producers. I have no idea how directly Kasenetz/Katz were involved with this music, if at all. The music is not exactly standard Super K bubblegum, but it isn't radically dissimilar either. "Run To Her" has a little bit of a garage rock sound, while "You Don't Have To" sounds more like bubblegum-soul. If anyone knows more about The Beeds, please share your knowledge in comments.