16/07/2014

Amtonac

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Amtonac One single, backed by Black Murda, a  Detroit all-black rock band. The two songs  were later included on one of their albums.  Members Anthony Hawkins and VC Lamont met in elementary school. Hawkins and Tyrone Hite met in high school in Detroit in the early 1960s, and all worked as session and backup musicians in the Detroit scene in the following years. Hawkins and Veasey worked frequently as session musicians for companies such as Fortune Records, Golden World Studios, and producer Don Davis, while Hite worked in sessions originally as a singer before taking up the drums.
Cat. Number Artist A-Side/B-Side Mattrix Date
001 Linnie Walker People Let Me Know
1970

Darn Well 1970














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All Brothers

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All Brothers Although this was a Philly label it's thought to have Detroit connections.White label bootleg copies exists of Ann Robinson & red ones of Emanon Bros.. Ann recorded initially for Sonny Hopsons All Brothers label which released 'Bird Walkin' by the Emanons Orch, which despite different writer/publisher credits, is a reworking of the rhythm track of 'World of happiness' ..... The Emanons as 'The Freedom Now Brothers' released a track called 'Sissy walk' on All Brothers and Ann cut a vocal on this entitled 'you did it' ....what Sonny told Dave was that he had wanted to do 'Bird Walkin' as a vocal but the Emanons (a male group) couldn't cut the vocal track how he wanted so he got Ann to do a vocal on that tune as well which was never issued.
Cat. Number Artist A-Side/B-Side Mattrix Date
A-61069-Y Ann Robinson You Did It19691969
A-61069-I
I'm Still Waiting 1969

Emanon's Orch Bird Walkin' [inst]
1969
A-72869-L The Amanon's Look In The Want Adds
1969




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15/07/2014

Universal

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Universal Texas also had a Universal label. Dale Warren arranged on 5003b. Detroit also had a Universal label in the 1930's. Promo's as shown, Issues were Dark Blue, a colour like the text on the promo's, with silver text.
Cat. Number Artist A-Side/B-Side Mattrix Date
45-5003-A The FiatsBefore I Walk Out The DoorMW 25071964
45-5003-B Speak Words Of Love MW 25081964
45-5004-A Little Girl Blue Number One Fool MW 2510 1964
45-5004-B But It's Not True MW 2511 1964



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30/06/2014

AL-Jack's

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AL-Jack's 1958 owners: Alonzo Tucker & Clarence Jackson. 2615 Woodward Ave, Detroit 2. Celtics single (Doo-Wop) sold for $2500 in 2010.
Cat. Number Artist A-Side/B-Side Mattrix Date

000.1
Mike Hanks I Got The Feeling 1959
I Cried
1959
000.2 The Celtics Send Me Someone To Love
1959

Can You Remember
1959




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Algastina

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Algastina 185 also released on Theoda label, both owned by Theoda Moore.
Cat. Number Artist A-Side/B-Side Mattrix Date
185 J.E. Morgan Who Was It (Part 1) T-185a 196
Who Was It (Part 2)

T-186b 196










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28/06/2014

Theoda

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Theoda
Owned by Theoda Moore. Address: 2018 Buena Vista West. Detroit 38
Cat. Number Artist A-Side/B-Side Mattrix Date
201 Ann Perry That's The Way He Is* 120a 196


That's The Way He Is (inst) 120b 196
T 883 Rev. Sylvester Newsome One Day At A Time
196
One Day At A Time
196
T 3510 Ann Perry You Know I Love You

196
Our Love Is Over
196
TM 3510 Davis & Joe Double Bad (inst) 196
Way Out Jerk (inst)
196
T 3206 Clifford Binns It Was Only Yesterday 196
It's Christmas Again 196
TM 149 JE MorganBy My Side
19

The Heat Is On (inst)
19
















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West coast pressings (Los Angeles) of Ann Perry have a rosette on the label, as shown above, Detroit ones are pale blue. Two re-issues of this also exist with a flatter surface on label.
 

AIP International

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AIP International
Arnold Ingram's label.
Cat. Number Artist A-Side/B-Side Mattrix Date
AP 1001 Chantique To Much Of Anything Ain't Good 7/12" 1979
I Know I'm Falling In Love
1979
AP 1372 Fishbone & Francis Give Me Some Love 7/12 1980
Give Me Some Love (alt) 1980
NR13822-1 Lonnie GivensThe Heat Is On 12'
1982

The Heat Is On (inst)
1982














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