The Fantastics - High Note/That One
Here’s one from The Fantastics on Sound Stage 7 from 1965.
The Five Steps - These Boots Are Made For...
Here’s one by The Five Steps on Dade from 1966.
Tina Britt - You're Absolutely Right/Look
Here’s one by Tina Britt on Eastern from 1965.
J.J. Barnes - Don't Bring Me No Bad News/Day...
Here’s one by J.J. Barnes on Ric-Tic from 1966.
Amanda Humphrey - Call On Me/Power Of Love
Here’s one by Amanda Humphrey on U.S.A. from 1966.
Billy Joe Young - The Push/I Had My Heart Set On...
Here’s one by Billy Joe Young on Jewel from 1966.
Harold Hutton - Lucky Boy/It's A Good Thing
Here’s one by Harold Hutton on Checker from 1965.
Rufus Lumley - I'm Standing/Let's Hide Away
Here’s one by Rufus Lumley on Holton from 1966.
B.B. King - 5 Long Years/Love, Honor and Obey
Here’s one by B.B. King on Kent from 1966.
Billy Boy - I Wish You Would/Prisoner's Plea
Here’s one by Billy Boy (A.K.A. Billy Boy Arnold) on Vivid from 1965.
Jeanette Williams - A Friend Of Mine/You Didn't...
Here’s on by Jeanette Williams on Back Beat from 1966.
Holly Maxwell - Let Him Go For Himself/Only When...
Here’s one by Holly Maxwell on Constellation from 1965.
Norma Rudd - He's Mine/Something Keeps Telling Me
Here’s one by Norma Rudd on Sure-Shot from 1965.
Johnny Daye - Good Time/I've Got Soul
Here’s one by Johnny Daye on Jomada from 1966.
Goldie and the Gingerbreads - Think About The Good...
Here’s one by Goldie and the Gingerbreads on Atco from 1966. According to Wikipedia: “They were the first all-female rock band signed to a major record label.”
Levon and the Hawks - He Don't Love You/The Stones...
Here’s one by Levon and the Hawks, A.K.A. The Band, on Atco from 1965. This record is from right around the time they were working as Bob Dylan’s touring band.
The Hytones - I've Got My Baby/Bigger And Better
Here’s one by The Hytones on A-Bet from 1966.
Don Covay - Shingaling '67/I Was There
Here’s one by Don Covay on Atlantic from 1967.
Eddie & Ernie - I'm Goin' For Myself/The Cat
Here’s one by Eddie & Ernie on Eastern from 1964.
King Floyd Walkin' And Thinkin'/Why Did She Leave...
Here’s one by King Floyd on Original Sound from 1964.
The Furys I Lost My Baby/What Is Soul
So, the new sound card is in full effect. I think the recordings sound a little better. Anyway, without further ado… Here’s one by the Furys on Mack IV from 1965.
Why no new records lately?
Just in case anyone is wondering why I haven’t posted anything new in the last week or so, I’m waiting for a new sound card. The thing is supposed to arrive tomorrow, so hopefully I’ll have some fresh records posted by later in the week with New Improved Fidelity!! If the audio quality is a lot better with the new sound card I’ll probably re-record some of the old posts...
The Shirelles. Teasin' Me/Look Away
Here’s one by The Shirelles on Scepter from 1966.
Ritchie Adams. I Can't Escape From You/Road To...
Here’s one by Ritchie Adams on Congress from 1966.
Billy Stewart. Sitting In The Park/Once Again
Here’s one by Billy Stewart on Chess from 1965.
The Groupies. Primitive/Hog (I'm A Hog For You...
Here’s one by The Groupies on Atco from 1966.
Bobbi Row and the English Men. Why'd You Put Me...
Here’s one by Bobbi Row and the English Men on Money from 1965.
Jeff Dale. A Suffering Pain/Our Love Will Grow...
Here’s one by Jeff Dale on Atco from 1966.
Little Walter. Blue And Lonesome/Mean Ole Frisco
Here’s one by Little Walter on Checker from 1965.
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Inez & Charlie Foxx. Hummingbird/If I Need Anyone
Here’s one by the brother and sister duo Inez & Charlie Foxx on Symbol from 1965. This one is a follow up to their hit song “Mockingbird” from 1963.
Little Dooley. You Better Be Ready/If I Ever...
Here’s one by Little Dooley on KoKo from 1966.
Robertha Williams. Tell Mamma Not To Cry/Maybe...
Here’s one by Robertha Williams on Uptown from 1966. Both of these songs were co-written by Lou Reed.
Garnet Mimms. Looking For You/More Than A Miracle
Here’s one by Garnet Mimms on United Artists from 1965.
James Carr. Pouring Water On A Drowning...
Here’s one by James Carr on Goldwax from 1966.
Don Covay. Take This Hurt Off Me/Please Don't Let...
Here’s one by Don Covay on Rosemart from 1964. This is another one that supposedly features Jimi Hendrix on guitar
The Charmels. Something Sweet About My...
Here’s one by The Charmels on Volt from 1966.
The Del-Vons. Gone Forever/All I Did Was Cry
Here’s one by The Del-Vons on Wells from 1966.
Ed Crook. That's Alright/You'll See
Here’s one by Ed Crook on Tri-Sound from 1966.
Bobby Harris. Lonely Intruder/Ain't That Love
Here’s one by Bobby Harris on Turntable from 1965.
Bobby Adeno. It's A Sad World/The Hands Of Time
Here’s one by Bobby Adeno on Back Beat from 1965.
Art Wheeler. That's How Much I Love You/Walk On
Here’s one by Art Wheeler on Cee-Jam from 1966.
Solomon Burke. Someone Is Watching/Dance, Dance,...
Here’s one by Solomon Burke on Atlantic from 1965.
The Soul Four. Misery/You're The Angel
Here’s one by The Soul Four on Ringo from 1965
Sonny Knight Quartette. Let's Get It On Parts 1 &...
Here’s one by The Sonny Knight Quartette on Aura from 1964.
Bobby Powell. I'm Gonna Leave You/Hold My Hand
Here’s one by Bobby Powell on Whit from 1966.
The Fugitives. Jump Back/I Love You More Than...
Here’s one by The Fugitives on Path from 1965. .
Sam Hawkins. Bring It To Me/Run To Me
Here’s one by Sam Hawkins on Shell from 1966.
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