Piltdown Men – Brontosaurus Stomp (Capitol 45)
Lord Rockinghans – Fried Onions (Decca 45)
Krew Kats - Jacks Good (Hmv 45)
Ronnie Hawkins – Mary Lou (Apex 45)
Don Hosea – Misery (Rita 45)
Ronnie Cook and the Gaylads – The Scotch (Asta 45)
Vince Taylor – Whatcha gonna do (Blue light Lp)
TVAM – The Question (Demo Cdr)
Lou Hoffner Trio minus one – Morse jerk (Sheep 45)
TVAM – The Plunge (Demo Cdr)
Seeds – She’s wrong (Gnp Crescendo Lp)
Unrelated Segments – Cry, Cry, Cry (Sundazed 10”)
Missing Links - All i want (Corduroy Lp)
Knights - I don’t need you (Lance Lp)
Sunsets – Theme 1 (Satan Lp)
Ennio Sangusto - African twist (Belter Ep)
Big Walter - Watusi freeze pt 2 (Myrl 45)
Tranchulas - Tranchula (Atlantic 45)
Ray Sharpe – Help me pt 1 (Atco 45)
Tony Joe White – Groupie Girl (Monument 45)
Lee Dorsey – A lover was born (Charly Lp)
Prince La La - She put the hurt on me (Sue Ep)
Sarah Vaughan – One mint julep (Roulette 45)
Raylettes - One room paradise (Tangerine 45)
Donald Height - Girl do you love me (Rca 45)
Miss Lavell - Run to you (Duke 45)
Erstine Anderson - Keep an eye on love (Sue 45)
Lord Kitchener - The underground train (Honest Johns Lp)
Ivan Chin - Big Bamboo (Saga Lp)
Mighty Sparrow - Congo man (National Lp)
Ernest Ranglin - Surfin’ (Soul Jazz Lp)
Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee - Hootany Blues (Chess 45)
Tony Adams - The blues don’t like nobody (Checker 45)
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