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  2. It doesn't look like it qualifies as a reissue by the discogs guidelines. The contributor who added it just tagged it as reissue because of the Cotillion distribution. The yellow one is a Southern Plastics pressing.
  3. Review from Record World, december 1968. It got listed under "radio station picks" by a Miami radio station in november same year.
  4. There's a Tramp reissue. Not sure if there's a bootleg too. Not really a soul record though, but I do like it.
  5. Steve Colt was from Lynn, near Boston Mass. It doesn't sound like him.
  6. Looking for a nice copy of this. I'm aware labels will be bad.
  7. QCA has listings on discogs for most parts of the company. Not many of these backgrounds spotted while browsing the 45s by them though. Could be albums if you have the time to look through the images. There'll probably be more if people start adding runouts to their records
  8. Bob Yorey again. He was also involved with Laddins and Mar-Vells (aka Fabulettes) as you can see from the label image in my previous post. There was a lot of Miami-New York connections with him. Is he still around? I had his e-mail address a few years ago.
  9. If you want to be able to understand deadwax from other plants than Monarch you can use this forum thread: Discogs is becoming an ever more informative site. And it's useful to look up represses and bootlegs. Just remember that the discogs term for a bootleg is "unofficial".
  10. That Laddins track was also released as The Marvells since they both performed on it. It was even released in Canada.
  11. I've tried to find a little information on Davey "Dizzy" Jones, but not much comes up other than a few mentions by Henry Stone and other tiny tidbits proving he was there (on stage vocal battles with Little Willie John comes up a few times). "Dizzy Jones Birdland" was pretty much a promotional song for the Birdland club. Both the Laddins and Mar-Vells (aka Fabulettes) are on that track and it was released by both groups. The recording was done the day JFK was assassinated.
  12. I rarely listen to the latin stuff, but I've always thought this was a better version than the original. As a bonus the flip is nice too. Both very breezy summer songs.

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