15/08/2012

Washpan

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WASHPAN
Washpan was found at 65 Cadillac Square, (in the Cadillac Tower), Detroit. Owned by Gino Washington along with Atac, Wig, Per-Fec-Ta, & G&G Records on his return from his Draft 1967. In 1964 he had drafted into the U.S. Army and served in Japan and South Vietnam; upon return his music career stalled. He had released singles on Ric-Tic, SonBert, Wand, Amon & Correc-tone berfore his draft.  He hosted his own variety television show in Detroit during the 1970s. Green = 2-Step & Yellow = Northern Soul plays. The Tomangoe's is valued at £2.5k (Nashville stamped), 99% for sale are 70's boot-leg copies and they can sell for £25-£50.
Cat. Number Artist A-Side/B-Side Mattrix Date
WM 3122  Gino Washington What Can A Man Do [2nd release] ST 372931 1968
What Can A Man Do (Inst.) ST 372932 1968
WM 3124 Gino Washington Do You Have That Soul 1968
Do You Have That Soul (Inst) 1968
WM 3125 Tomangoe's I Really Love You ST 372992 1968
You've Been Gone So Long ST 372993 1968
CT 32937 Jumping Gino Washington Around The Town MW 851 1968
Do The Frog  MW 852 1968
CT 32943 Gino Washington Rat Race MW 854 1968
Oh Not Me MW 855 1968
CT 32943 Gino Washington Rat Race [2nd release] MW 854 1989
Oh Not Me MW 855 1989



Research: Mickey Nold

Might also be on this label: Randy Gibson Trio - You've Been Gone So Long (Inst) / Like My Baby

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