NewVoice Album Discography
By David Edwards and Mike Callahan
Last update: June 17, 2003

The DynoVoice and NewVoice labels were formed by Bob Crewe in New York City in 1965. A&R on the label was by Crewe himself. NewVoice, like DynoVoice, was distributed by Bell. Albums on NewVoice started a bit later than DynoVoice, in 1966, after Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels hit it big with "Jenny Take a Ride" about the start of the year. The second album on the label was by folk singer Norma Tanega. After that, the label's album output was limited to Mitch Ryder albums. The albums by Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels on New Voice were produced by Bob Crewe, while the Norma Tanega album was produced by Herb Bernstein.

Late in 1967, Crewe consolidated the two labels into a new, Dot-distributed DynoVoice, complete with a new logo and completely different look. In 1969, Crewe abandoned the DynoVoice name in favor of his own, and started the "Crewe Group of Companies", or CGC, of which the Crewe Label was a part.

The NewVoice label started as a green label with black print. Later it changed to blue with silver print. Later issues of the green-label albums are found with the blue label. The design was the same on both labels, with "NEW VOICE" on two lines above the center hole; the "N" and the "V" are connected.

We would appreciate any additions or corrections to this discography. Just send them to us via e-mail. Both Sides Now Publications is an information web page. We are not a catalog, nor can we provide the records listed below. We have no association with NewVoice Records, which is currently inactive. Should you be interested in acquiring albums listed in this discography (which are all out of print), we suggest you see our Frequently Asked Questions page and follow the instructions found there. This story and discography are copyright 1999, 2003 by Mike Callahan.



Number - Title - Artist - [Release Date] (Chart) Contents

S-2000 - Take a Ride - Mitch Ryder & Detroit Wheels [1966] (3-66, #78) Shake A Tail Feather/Come See About Me/Let Your Lovelight Shine/Just A Little Bit/I Hope/Jenny Take A Ride//Please, Please, Please/I'll Go Crazy/I Got You/Sticks And Stones/Bring It On Home To Me/Baby Jane (Mo-Mo-Jane)

S-2001 - Walkin' My Cat Named Dog - Norma Tanega [1966] You're Dead (S)/Treat Me Right (S)/Waves (S)/Jubilation (S)/Don't Touch (S)/Walking My Cat Named Dog (S)//A Street That Rhymes At 6 A.M. (S)/I'm Dreamin' A Dream (S)/What Are We Craving? (S)/No Stranger Am I (S)/Hey Girl (S)/I'm The Sky (S)

S-2002 - Breakout..!!! - Mitch Ryder & Detroit Wheels [1966] (8-66, #23) The following track line-up is the first pressing of this album, later pressings contain "Devil With A Blue Dress On-Good Golly Miss Molly". Walking The Dog/I Had It Made/In the Midnight Hour/Oo Papa Doo/I Like It Like That/Little Latin Lupe Lu//You Get Your Kicks/Shakin' With Linda/Stubborn Kind Of Fellow/Any Day Now/I Need Help/Breakout

S-2003 - Sock It To Me! - Mitch Ryder & Detroit Wheels [1967] (4-67, #34) Sock It To Me-Baby/I Can't Hide It/Takin' All I Can Get/Slow Fizz (Instrumental)/Walk On By//I Never Had It Better/Shakedown/A Face In The Crowd/I'd Rather Go To Jail/Wild Child

S-2004 - All Mitch Ryder Hits - Mitch Ryder & Detroit Wheels [1967] (10-67, #37) Devil With A Blue Dress On-Good Golly Miss Molly (S)/Jenny Take A Ride (S)/Joy (S)/Breakout (S)/In The Midnight Hour (S)//Sock It To Me - Baby! (S)/Little Latin Lupe Lu (S)/Takin' All I Can Get (S)/Too Many Fish In The Sea-Three Little Fishes (S)/I'd Rather Go To Jail (S)/Shake A Tail Feather (S)

S-2005 - Mitch Ryder Sings the Hits - Mitch Ryder [1968] Let Your Lovelight Shine/Walking The Dog/Sticks And Stones/I Like It Like That/Please, Please, Please/Ruby Baby And Peaches On A Cherry Tree//Come See About Me/Walk On By/Stubborn Kind Of Fellow/You Are My Sunshine/I Got You

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