The Fabulettes story

The Fabulettes story The story of The Fabulettes first grabbed my attention when I heard one of their most commonly found and underrated records. The title of the song is “If The Morning Ever Comes”, a haunting girl group ballad with a desperat feel to it. I had bought the 45 as a “blind buy” […]

Sumpter discography

No. 1 Flight 505 – Love The Bass Man / Port Of New Orleans No. 2 Helen’s Babies – Baby I Need You Now / Sugarmaker SUM 1100 Johnny Curtis – Born For You / The Soul Kind Of Love (aka Johnny Whipple, previously of The Madisons) SUM-1101 Lee Tree & The Twiggs – A […]

The Mercede Records story

There’s not much information available about Mercede Records other than what can be read from the label credits on the few 45’s that have surfaced. John and Dee Mercede are credited as producers on several releases and they seem to have had their own publishing company called Power Of Music / Mercede Power Of Music.

Faye Adams discography

There are already several well written articles about this legendary lady published on the web. But among them I could not find a complete discography. So I compiled one. As far as I can tell there are no recordings of her gospel sessions, although her sister Rev. Anna Tuell later had a 45 on Holy […]