Ace/Teem Records (US) Album Discography...
by David Edwards, Mike Callahan, and Patrice Eyries
Last update: June 17, 2003





Ace was the first local label of note in New Orleans, even though it was operated out of Jackson Mississippi, 196 miles away. Prior to the establishment of Ace, large independent labels from other regions recorded occasionally in New Orleans. The most successful of these were Los Angeles-based Imperial (with Fats Domino) and Specialty (with Lloyd Price and Little Richard). Ace was formed by Johnny Vincent in August 1955. Vincent was previously a salesman, then a producer for Specialty Records. Almost all of the Ace recordings were made at Cosimo Matassa's studio in New Orleans.

Ace enjoyed several national hits in the late 1950s, such as Huey "Piano" Smith's "Rockin' Pneumonia & Boogie Woogie Flu," a series of Jimmy Clanton hits, and Frankie Ford's "Sea Cruise," but by 1962, Ace's fortunes were on the wane. Vincent tried to get better distribution of his product by signing a five year distribution deal with the much larger Vee-Jay Records in Chicago. Ace was to be maintained as a separate label with Jimmy Clanton, Frankie Ford and Huey Smith as artists, and Vincent was also to produce for Vee-Jay. This marriage produced only one hit of note, Jimmy Clanton's "Venus In Blue Jeans." Within months of the signing of the deal, Vee-Jay was beset by their own problems, and Vee- Jay essentially collapsed in 1965. Ace became a small regional label with the release of a few more records, but soon Johnny Vincent gave up the record business in favor of other interests.

Because of intense interest in the Ace Label by record collectors and music historians, Vincent reactivated the label in 1971 to produce some new music and reissue the treasures from the label's vault. He recalls carrying the two-track master tape of "Sea Cruise" around in the trunk of his car and using the music track for a new recording of the song by Little Shelton in 1971. Through the 1970s and 1980s, Vincent kept the label alive by reissuing old material along with a few new recordings, and by leasing the masters to other labels (notably Ace Records UK).

When I saw Johnny Vincent in 1996, he was in failing health, but still running the Ace label out of a small warehouse-like storefront in a row of industrial units in Jackson. When you walked in, there was a small receptionist desk where you could often find Johnny himself. He was busy recording new music for CD releases. He told me in 1980 that if he could just get one more #1 record, he could die happy. When I saw him in 1996, he was still trying.

In 1997, Vincent sold the label to Music Collection International, a British label, and producer Bob Fisher began mining the catalog for CD release on his Westside label.

Teem was a budget label subsidiary. The records were pressed inexpensively, and Vincent designed a fold-over cover that made the covers also cheap to produce. The list price on these budget albums was 98 cents.

The Ace LPs are all mono to our knowledge, with a single exception: the Gil Peterson album (Ace 1024) was issued in stereo with a bar across the cover stating "STEREOPHONIC." Some stereo did emerge in the reissues of the past decade or so, but the only real hits to be issued in stereo were Jimmy Clanton's "Go Jimmy Go" and "Another Sleepless Night," which appeared in stereo on the 1992 CD The Best of Ace Records: The Pop Hits [Scotti Bros. 72392 75266-2].

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 Ace Records or Music Collection International. 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 1998, 1999, 2003 by Mike Callahan.


ACE LABEL DISCOGRAPHY

Number - Title - Artist [Year of Release] (Chart) Contents

LP-1001 - Just A Dream - Jimmy Clanton [1959] Record Label is dark green with silver print. Just A Dream/Take Her Back/No Greater Love/Part Of Me/It's All Over Now/Land Of Tomorrow//Letter To An Angel/It Takes A Long Long Time/My Love Is Strong/Losing The One I Love/Angel Face/Ship On A Stormy Sea

LP-1002 - Joe Burton Plays - Joe Burton Trio [1959] Possibly not issued.

LP-1003 - Orleans Rinky Tink Piano - Professor Hugs [1959]

LP-1004 - Havin' A Good Time - Huey "Piano" Smith & Clowns [1959] Record Label is black with silver print. Rockin' Pneumonia And The Boogie Woogie Flu/Little Chickee Wah Wah/Little Liza Jane/Just A Lonely Clown/Hush Your Mouth/Don't You Know Yockomo//Havin' A Good Time/Don't You Just Know It/Well I'll Be John Brown/Everybody's Whalin' /High Blood Pressure/We Like Birdland

LP-1005 - On a Sea Cruise - Frankie Ford [1959] Record Label is black with silver print. Sea Cruise/Alimony/Danny Boy/It Must Be Jelly/Watchdog/What's Going On//Roberta/Can't Tell My Heart/Your Game Is Over/I'm Worried Over You/Hour Of Need/Cheatin' Woman

LP-1006 - Rockin' And Rollin' - Alvin "Red" Tyler [1960] Record Label is black with silver print. Junk Village/Tonking/Classy Lassie/Lonely For You/Double Whammy/Snake Eyes/Happy Sax/Dippy/Drag Race/Long Ride/Peanut Vendor/Walk On

LP-1007 - Jimmy's Happy - Jimmy Clanton [1960] Special label with red on the bottom half and white on the top half, picture of Jimmy Clanton looking happy. You're Just In Love/A Kiss To Build A Dream On/Jimmy's Tune/That Old Feeling/Linda/I'm Sitting On Top Of The World//Sleepy Time Gal/I'm Beginning To See The Light/Beg Your Pardon/Over The Rainbow/You're An Old Smoothie/I'm Always Chasing Rainbows

LP-1008 - Jimmy's Blue - Jimmy Clanton [1960] Special label with blue on the bottom half and white on the top half, picture of Jimmy Clanton looking sad. I Feel Those Tears Comin' On/Somebody Please Help Me/You'll Never Know/Don't Look At Me/Nothing Left For Me/I'm Gonna Try//Another Sleepless Night/You Better Settle Down/You Kissed A Fool Goodbye/Love Me Tonight/Highway Bound/I Wanna Go Home

DLP-100 - Jimmy's Happy, Jimmy's Blue - Jimmy Clanton (2 LP set) [1960] Record came in a gatefold album cover that combined LP-1007 and LP-1008. Disc 1: You're Just In Love/A Kiss To Build A Dream On/Jimmy's Tune/That Old Feeling/Linda/I'm Sitting On Top Of The World//Sleepy Time Gal/I'm Beginning To See The Light/Beg Your Pardon/Over The Rainbow/You're An Old Smoothie/I'm Always Chasing Rainbows; Disc 2: I Feel Those Tears Comin' On/Somebody Please Help Me/You'll Never Know/Don't Look At Me/Nothing Left For Me/I'm Gonna Try//Another Sleepless Night/You Better Settle Down/You Kissed A Fool Goodbye/Love Me Tonight/Highway Bound/I Wanna Go Home

LP-1009 - One Is A Lonely Number - Fifi Barton [1960] Record Label is dark blue, with white on top and "ACE" in a blue oval. One Is A Lonely Number/Don't Get Around Much Anymore/Rainy Day/But Not For Me/Jelly Jelly Blues/When Your Lover Has Gone//Who's Sorry Now/Don't Take Your Love From Me/If I Had You/Smoking My Sad Cigarette/That Old Feeling/One For My Baby (One More For the Road)

LP-1010 - Religious Hymns - Rhythm Masters [1961] Record Label is dark blue, with white on top and "ACE" in a blue oval. Pass Me Not/Take My Hand Precious Lord/I'm Gonna Move To The Sky/Teach Me Lord To Wait/Just For Today/God Made a Way//Amazing Grace/Just A Closer Walk With Thee/Bend Away Down Low/The Devil And His Old Suitcase/I'll Follow Jesus/Holding My Savior's Hand

LP-1011 - My Best To You - Jimmy Clanton [1961] Record Label is black with silver print. Just A Dream/Another Sleepless Night/Go Jimmy Go/My Own True Love/Come Back/Wait/What Am I Gonna Do/If I/Little Boy In Love/I Trusted You/I'm Gonna Try/A Letter To An Angel

LP-1012 - The Greatest 15 Hits On Ace - Various Artists [1961] Record Label is black with silver print. Just a Dream - Jimmy Clanton/Sea Cruise - Frankie Ford/Let The Good Times Roll - Scotty McKay/Gee Baby - Jo & Ann/Don't You Just Know It - Huey "Piano" Smith/High Blood Pressure - The Clowns/New Orleans - Big Boy Myles/Those Lonely Lonely Nights - Earl King//We Like Birdland - Bobby Marchan/Happy Sax - Red Tyler/Teen Age Rock - Little "Gonzo" Booker/I'll Keep On Trying - Eddie Bo/I Wanna Go Home - Charles Brown & Amos Milburn/Such A Mess - Lloyd Price/Little Chick Wah Wah - Huey & Jerry

LP-1013 - More Laughs With The Cajun - C. Z. Breaux [1961] Record Label is black with silver print.

LP-1014 - Teenage Millionaire (Soundtrack) - Jimmy Clanton [1961] Record Label is black with silver print. Teenage Millionaire/Possibility/Smokey/Yogi/Kissin' Game/Somebody Nobody Wants/Back To School Blues/Hello Mister Dream/Greenlight/Happy Times/Let's Twist Again/The Jet/The Way I Am/Lonely Life/Show Me/Oh Mary/I Wait

LP-1015 - For Dancing - Huey "Piano" Smith & Clowns [1961] Record Label is black with silver print. She Got Low Down/Somewhere/Rockin' Behind The Iron Curtain/Somebody Put A Tack (In My Cotton Pickin' Chair)/Doin' The Beatnik Twist/We Want Him Under Alimony//Scald Dog/Susie Q/Free Single And Disengaged/Tuber-cu-lucas And The Sinus Flu/I Tried/Mean Mean Man

LP-1016 - World's Funniest Cajun Humor - C.Z. Breaux [1961]

LP-1017 - Tonight In Person - Scotty McKay [1961] Record Label is black with silver print. Sea Cruise/Roberta/Lonely Lovely Nights/I Got My Eyes On You/Shattered Dreams/Olive Learned To Pop-Eye//Cry Me A River/Little Liza Jane/Let the Good Times Roll/Brown Eyed Handsome Man/You're So Square/Shame

LP-1018 - Just A Moment - Roland Stone [1961] Record Label is black with silver print. Just a Moment (Of Your Time)/Something Special/Because I Do/Desert Winds/I Can't Help It/Preacher's Daughter//I Was A Fool/Everybody's Lonesome/Remember Me/Down The Road/I Wanna/Symphony Two

LP-1019 - Let's Have A Dance Party - Various Artists [1961] Record Label is black with silver print. The Pop-Eye - Huey Smith & Clowns/Charleston In The U.S.A. - The Clowns/Come On Let's Hully Gully - The Clowns/Stomping Everywhere - The Clowns/Strollin' My Baby Back Home - The Clowns/Do the Slop - The Clowns/Crazy ‘Bout The U.T. - The Marvels/The Continental Twist - The Marvels/Doin' Everything - The Marvels/Don't Pony With Tony - The Marvels/Gonna Do the Fish - Cliff Thomas/Twist On Little Girl - Jimmy Clanton

LP-1020 - For Twister's Only - Various Artists [1962] Record Label is black with silver print. Everybody's Twistin' - Huey Smith/Little Liza Jane Twist - Scotty McKay/Something Special Twist - Roland Stone/Boll Weevil Twist - Bill Robbin And His Combo/Near You Twist - Bill Robbin And His Combo/Because I Do Twist - Roland Stone//Scald Dog Twist - The Clowns/Roberta Twist - Frankie Ford/Teenage Twist - James Booker/Who Do You Love Twist - Larry Birdsong/Big Bad Jon The Twister - Jon Kennedy/Happy Time Twist - Jimmy Clanton

LP-1021 - Twistin' With Mr. Sax - Alvin "Red" Tyler [1962] Identical record to LP-1006 except the word "Twist" is added to every title. Cover art work is the same except "Twistin' With Mr. Sax" replaces "Rockin' and Rollin'". Record label is black with silver print. Junk Village Twist/Tonking Twist/Classy Lassie Twist/Lonely For You Twist/Double Whammy Twist/Snake Eyes Twist//Happy Sax Twist/Dippy Twist/Drag Race Twist/Long Ride Twist/Peanut Vendor Twist/Walk On Twist

LP-1022 - My Love Confessions - Holly Love and the Teddy Simms Dreamy Five [1962] Record Label is black with silver print. I Fell In Love With an Astronaut (What A Big Astronaut He Turned Out To Be)/Who Took Me Home (After The Office Party)/I'm Just A Hip Musicians Wife (My Husband Loved To Blow)/Last Season I Made My Debut (Little Did They Know I Was "Expecting")/I Married An Oil Man Of 75 (But His Pumping Days Are Over)//I Caught My Husband In Another Man's Arms (Do You Think He Is A Little Queer)/I Was A Teenage Stripper (I Just Loved to Bump And Grind)/A Farm Boy Taught Me "How" (At Least He Thinks He Did)/I Made A Pass At A Football Player (And-Oh!-Did He Tackle Me)/I Was A Nurse At City Hospital (All Of My Patients Were Men)

LP-1023 - Time To Dance - Jim Reed Combo [1962] See You In September/Yesterdays/Third Man Theme/Take the ‘A’ Train/My Funny Valentine/Drume Negrita/Mambo Jumbo//Big Noise From Winnetka/Nightingale/What Is This Thing Called Love/Cornsville Medley/Bie Dir War Es Immer So Schon

LP-1024 - Gil Peterson Sings Our Last Goodbye - Gil Peterson [1962] With Bobby Troup and Herb Ellis. Cottage For Sale/Somewhere Along The Way/I Get Along Without You Very Well/In The Wee Small Hours/It Won't Be The Same Without You//I'll Be Seeing You/February Brings Rain/The Night We Called It A Day/Our Last Goodbye/When Your Lover Has Gone

LP-1025 - Petite Chose - David Fisher [1962]

LP-1026 - Venus In Blue Jeans - Jimmy Clanton [1962] Record Label is dark blue, with white on top and "ACE" in a blue oval. Darkest Street In Town/Molly Darling/Dreams Of A Fool/Walk With Me/Not Like A Brother/Just A Moment//Venus In Blue Jeans/Because I Do/Lucky In Love (With You)/I Just Wanna Make Love/Twist On Little Girl/Wayward Love

LP-1027 - 'Twas The Night Before Christmas - Huey "Piano" Smith & Clowns [1962] Record Label is dark blue, with white on top and "ACE" in a blue oval. ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas/White Christmas Blue/Happy New Year/All I Want for Christmas/Silent Night//I Wrote to Santa Claus/Almost Time For Santa/Rock & Roll Santa Claus/Jingle Bells/Doing the Santa Claus


1970's Ace Collector's Series:

2020 - Dr. John And His New Orleans Congregation - Dr. John (Mac Rebennack) [1971] Label is yellow with black print. New Orleans - Big Boy Myles/Storm Warning - Mac Rebennack/They Gonna Do What They Wanna Do - Mac Rebennack/Morgus The Magnificent - Frankie Ford/Bad Neighborhood - Mac Rebennack & Ronnie Barron/It Ain't No Use - Roland Stone/Down The Road - Roland Stone/Little Baby Face Thing - Joe Tex/Let The Good Times Roll (Darlin' Honey Angel Child) - Earl King/Chick-A Wa Wa - Bobby Marchan/You Keep Draggin' Me On - Ronnie Barron/Rock - Lee Dorsey/Roll On - Roland Stone

2021 - Rock & Roll Revival! - Huey "Piano" Smith [1971] Label is yellow with black print. Don't You Just Know It - Bobby Marchan & Clowns/Having A Good Time - Bobby Marchan & Clowns/High Blood Pressure - Bobby Marchan & Clowns/I'll Be John Brown - The Clowns/Little Liza Jane - The Clowns/Hush Your Mouth - Bobby Marchan & Clowns/Little Chickee Wah Wah - Huey Smith & Geri Hall/Don't You Know Yockomo - Huey Smith & Chants/Rockin' Pneumonia (Parts 1 & 2) - The Clowns/Honey Honey - The Supremes/She Got Low Down -The Clowns/Tiddley Wink - Bobby Marchan & Bobbetts/Alimony - Frankie Ford & Sisters/Sea Cruise - Huey "Piano" Smith & Geri Hall/Loberta - Bobby Marchan & Clowns

2022 - King of Rock N' Roll - Mack Allen Smith [1975] Material was recorded in 1975. Label is red with black print. Flip, Flop and Fly/Blue Suede Shoes/You Can Have Her/I See The Want/Brown-Eyed Girl/My Baby Left Me/Maybelline/Mean Ole ‘Frisco/Don't Be Cruel/Red Rooster Blues/Lonely Weekends/Me And Bobbie McGee/Never Ending Love/Memphis/Sick And Tired/You Better Move On/King of Rock N' Roll

2023

2024

2025

2026 - Greatest Rockabillies of the '50s - Various Artists




TEEM LABEL DISCOGRAPHY
Teem was an late 1950s/early 1960s budget subsidiary of Ace. To our knowledge, the albums were all mono only. The jackets were one-piece heavy paper with about an inch of fold-over on the top and bottom of the back. In the liner notes to LP 5004, it notes "No expenses were barred in the production of this keep-sake album." Glad they said that; I couldn't tell.


LP-5000 - Greatest Songs Of Hank Williams - Glenn Sutton Kaw-Liga/I Can't Help It/You Win Again/Hey, Good Lookin'/Why Don't You Love Me?/How Long?//Your Cheatin' Heart/Cold, Cold Heart/Take These Chains From My Heart/There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight/I Could Never Be Ashamed Of You/Jambalaya

LP-5001 - Hymns And Spirituals Everyone Loves - Rhythm Masters Quartet Pass Me By/Take My Hand Precious Lord/I'm Gonna Move To The Sky/Teach Me, Lord, To Wait/Just For Today/God Made A Way//Amazing Grace/Just A Closer Walk With Thee/Bend Away Down Low/The Devil And His Old Suitcase/I'll Follow Jesus/Holding My Saviour's Hand

LP-5002 - Guaranteed To Please - Various Artists Label is dark purple with silver print. Go Jimmy Go - Jimmy Clanton/Sea Cruise - Frankie Ford/High Blood Pressure - Huey "Piano" Smith/Somebody Nobody Wants - Roland Stone/Smokey - Bill Robbin//Brown Eyed Handsome Man - Scotty McKay/Don't Leave Me Here To Cry - The Supremes/Lonely Evening - Lee ‘Ya Ya' Dorsey/Evelyn - The Silhouettes/ Walk On - Alvin ‘Red' Tyler

LP-5003 - The Greatest Teenage Hits of All Time! - Various Artists Just A Dream - Jimmy Clanton/Rockin' Pneumonia - Huey "Piano" Smith/Gee Baby - Jo & Ann/I Sold My Heart To The Junkman - Silhouettes/New Orleans - Big Boy Miles//Honey Love - Narvel Felts/Let The Good Times Roll - Scotty McKay/Roberta - Frankie Ford/I Was A Fool - Johnny Fairchild/Boys Will Be Boys - Joe Tex

LP-5004 - Approved By 10,000,000 - Various Artists Label is dark purple with silver print. Venus In Blue Jeans - Jimmy Clanton/Time After Time - Frankie Ford/Don't You Just Know It - Huey "Piano" Smith/Near You - Bill Robbin/Little Liza Jane Scotty McKay//Curiosity - Jo & Ann/Little Chick Wah-Wah - Huey & Jerry/Kissin' Game - Roland Stone/Lonely Life - Big Boy Myles/Charlie Brown Got Expelled - Joe Tex

LP-5005 - The Kings Sing The Blues - Various Artists

LP-5006 - Greatest Songs Of Jimmy Reed - Buddy Rogers Label is dark purple with silver print. Big Boss Man/Hush Hush/Baby What You Want Me To Do/Down In Virginia/Tell Me That You Love Me//I'm A Love You/Going To New York/Aw Shucks Hush Your Mouth/Take Out Some Insurance/Bright Lights Big City


Associated Discography:

CONSTELLATION
CS-7 - Aces 3 Volume VII - Various Artists [1967] Just A Dream - Jimmy Clanton/Another Sleepless Night - Jimmy Clanton/Venus In Blue Jeans - Jimmy Clanton/Go Jimmy Go - Jimmy Clanton/A Letter To An Angel - Jimmy Clanton/Sea Cruise - Frankie Ford/Cheatin' Woman - Frankie Ford/Rockin' Pneumonia And The Boogie Woogie Flu - Huey Smith & His Clowns/Don't You Know Yockomo - Huey Smith & His Clowns/High Blood Pressure - Huey Smith & His Clowns/We Like Birdland - Huey Smith & His Clowns


ACE (UK)
The Ace label in the UK very early on released several albums of Ace (US) material. Later, in the 1990s, Ace (US) essentially released these same albums on CD, although the vinyl had much better sound quality.

CH-11 - The Ace Story, Volume 1 - Various Artists [1980] All tracks mono. Sea Cruise - Frankie Ford/Everybody's Carried Away - Earl King/Hey Little Girl - Frankie Lee Sims/Rockin' Pneumonia And The Boogie Woogie Flu, Part 1 - Huey "Piano" Smith & Clowns/Just For You And I - Supremes/Your Little Baby Face Thing - Joe Tex/Gee Baby - Joe & Ann//I Love My Baby - Phaetons/Storm Warning - Mac Rebennack/Just A Dream - Jimmy Clanton/Peanut Vendor - Alvin "Red" Tyler/Let's Get It On - Hershel Almond/Quit My Job - Bobby Marchan/Morgus The Magnificent - Morgus & The Ghouls

CH-12 - The Ace Story, Volume 2 - Various Artists [1980] All tracks mono. Blow Wind Blow - Junior Gordon/Bad Boogie - Lightnin' Hopkins/Silly Dilly Woman - Jimmy "Mercy Baby" Mullins/Roberta - Frankie Ford/I Love To Rock ‘N' Roll - Eddie Bo/Rockin' Behind The Iron Curtain - Bobby Marchan & Clowns/Please Don't Tell ‘Em - Blue Dots//Mercy - Gene & Al (The Spacemen)/Sea Cruise - Little Shelton/Such A Mess - Lloyd Price/Looped - Joe Dyson/Shakin' With A Flavor - Eddy Seacrest/Educated Fool - Charles Brown & Amos Milburn/Go Jimmy Go - Jimmy Clanton (with studio talk)

CH-55 - The Ace Story, Volume 3 - Various Artists [1982] All tracks mono. Boppin' With Sonny - Sonny Boy Williamson/Saturday Night Fish Fry - Blue Dots/Everybody's Wailin' - Huey Smith & Rhythm Aces/Marked Deck - Jimmy "Mercy Baby" Mullins/Snake Eyes - Alvin "Red" Tyler/I'm So Glad You're Mine - Albert Scott/Somebody Told It - Huey "Piano" Smith & Clowns//Don't Leave Me Here To Cry - Supremes/She's Tough - Jerry McCain/For Cryin' Out Loud - Huey "Piano" Smith & Clowns/My Love For You - Junior Gordon/Sahara - Mac Rebennack/Cut It Out - Joe Tex/Rock ‘N' Roll Baby - Jimmy "Mercy Baby" Mullins/Steady - Jerry McCain

CH-98 - The Ace Story, Volume 4 - Various Artists [1984] All tracks mono. Teenage Wedding - Johnny Angel/Tee-Na-Na - Dicky Williams/Walk On - Alvin "Red" Tyler/I Wanna Know Why - Roland Cooke/Wherever You May Be - Joe & Ann/Free Single And Disengaged - Huey "Piano" Smith/Goodbye Blues - Jesse Allen/Charlie Brown Got Expelled - Joe Tex//Scald Dog - Huey "Piano" Smith/Happy Sax - Alvin "Red" Tyler/Can I Have A Word - Floyd Brown/Can't Let You Go I Love You So - Albert Scott/Yum Yum Yum - Joe Tex/Mother's Advice - Joe Tex/I'll Keep On Trying - Eddie Bo/Walking With Frankie - Frankie Lee Sims

CH-113 - The Ace Story, Volume 5 - Various Artists [1984] All tracks mono. Well I Never Get Tired - Johnny Fairchild/Educated Fool - Huey "Piano" Smith & Clowns/Let's Get It - Edgar Blanchard/Hey Hey Baby Come Home - Albert Scott/Baby Say You Will - Jesse Allen/Somebody Else Is Taking My Place - Bobby Webb/Roll On Train - Elton Anderson/Well Goodbye Baby - Frankie Lee Sims//Doin' The Rock And Roll - Calvin Spears/Classy Lassie - Alvin "Red" Tyler/Love Is My Business - Bobby Woods/Packing Up - Earl King/(Something) Keeps Dragging Me On - Ronnie & The Delinquents/Loves Like A River - Charles Brown/Who Can I Turn To - Big Boy Miles/Roll ‘Em Back - Eddie Bo


Thanks to Woody Sistrunk, Jimmy Harrell, and Nick Cotton.


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