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Finley Brown - Moc Release Date ?

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had below via contact feature

http://www.globaldogproductions.info/m/moc.html

says its ?? but between 65-69

anyone further assist...?

I'm sorting through my late father's records, and am stuck on "I Can't Get No Ride" by Finley Brown, on the M.O.C. label. I'm looking for an original release date - does anyone know what it was? Dad's vast mental library of vinyl history left the planet along with him, sad to say...

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had below via contact feature

http://www.globaldog...info/m/moc.html

says its ?? but between 65-69

anyone further assist...?

I'm sorting through my late father's records, and am stuck on "I Can't Get No Ride" by Finley Brown, on the M.O.C. label. I'm looking for an original release date - does anyone know what it was? Dad's vast mental library of vinyl history left the planet along with him, sad to say...

For what it's worth R & B Indies has it at 1967.

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. some MOC 45 releases .........

659 Jerry Arnold - General Washington, Sir / Honey Babe (10/1964)

660 Reggie Young - Eb Tide / Mister Chain

661 The Scepters - Little Girls Were Meant To Love / Love You Baby, All The Time

662 One Plus One (=Don Bryant & Miriam Bittinum) - Love's Gonna Live Here / Been So Long

663 Tommy Jay - Springtime's Coming / I Don't Care Anyway

664 Norm West - Hey, Little Girl / Baby, Please

665 Big Amos (Amos Patton) - I'm Gone / Going To Vietnam (1965/6 ?)

666 Finley Brown - I Can't Get No Ride / Like I Love You

667 Better Sweet - I Can't Do It By Myself / Like The Flowers

668 Bad & Good Boys - Fire / We Got Soul

669 Terry Fox - Leave Us Alone / Belinda

670 Big Lucky Carter - Stop Arguing Over Me / Miss Betty Green (1969, feat. speech by Ann Peebles)

671 Crazy Horse - Love / High On Lovin'

672 Sam Mosley - Charlie Tuttle / You've Got It

673 Big Lucky Carter - I've Been Hurt / Goofer Dust

674 The Melodics - Ain't That Sharing My Love / I'd Never Thought I'd Lose You

MOC # 660 & 664 were supposedly released in October 64 (according to a piece in Billboard). HOWEVER, a similar piece in the mag stated in July 1965 that MOC # 661 had just been released.

The MOC 45's share the same track numbering system as Hi Records releases.

MOC # 667 features track # Hi 2540 whilst Hi 2151 (Willie Mitchell's "Up Hard") has # Hi 2534 with Hi 2157 (Ann Peebles "Walk Away") being # 2550

MOC # 670 features track # 2558.

The Willie Mitchell 45 dates from September 1968 with the Ann Peebles single escaping around April 1969.

So that would date MOC # 667 (Better Sweet) as being released around December 68 with the Finley Brown 45 (MOC # 666) coming out just (a month or so ?) before that.

If you have the Hi track number from the Finlay Brown 45 (which I'd guess is around Hi 2536) then it's possible to date it more accurately.

Finlay Brown was on Enterprise (with "Double Dealin Woman") by October 71.

Edited by Roburt

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. some MOC 45 releases .........

659 Jerry Arnold - General Washington, Sir / Honey Babe (10/1964)

660 Reggie Young - Eb Tide / Mister Chain

661 The Scepters - Little Girls Were Meant To Love / Love You Baby, All The Time

662 One Plus One (=Don Bryant & Miriam Bittinum) - Love's Gonna Live Here / Been So Long

663 Tommy Jay - Springtime's Coming / I Don't Care Anyway

664 Norm West - Hey, Little Girl / Baby, Please

665 Big Amos (Amos Patton) - I'm Gone / Going To Vietnam (1965/6 ?)

666 Finley Brown - I Can't Get No Ride / Like I Love You

667 Better Sweet - I Can't Do It By Myself / Like The Flowers

668 Bad & Good Boys - Fire / We Got Soul

669 Terry Fox - Leave Us Alone / Belinda

670 Big Lucky Carter - Stop Arguing Over Me / Miss Betty Green (1969, feat. speech by Ann Peebles)

671 Crazy Horse - Love / High On Lovin'

672 Sam Mosley - Charlie Tuttle / You've Got It

673 Big Lucky Carter - I've Been Hurt / Goofer Dust

674 The Melodics - Ain't That Sharing My Love / I'd Never Thought I'd Lose You

MOC # 660 & 664 were supposedly released in October 64 (according to a piece in Billboard). HOWEVER, a similar piece in the mag stated in July 1965 that MOC # 661 had just been released.

The MOC 45's share the same track numbering system as Hi Records releases.

MOC # 667 features track # Hi 2540 whilst Hi 2151 (Willie Mitchell's "Up Hard") has # Hi 2534 with Hi 2157 (Ann Peebles "Walk Away") being # 2550

MOC # 670 features track # 2558.

The Willie Mitchell 45 dates from September 1968 with the Ann Peebles single escaping around April 1969.

So that would date MOC # 667 (Better Sweet) as being released around December 68 with the Finley Brown 45 (MOC # 666) coming out just (a month or so ?) before that.

If you have the Hi track number from the Finlay Brown 45 (which I'd guess is around Hi 2536) then it's possible to date it more accurately.

Finlay Brown was on Enterprise (with "Double Dealin Woman") by October 71.

Finley Brown has a Hi number of 2494 and as I said is a Aug/Sept 1967 release.

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