Dupree was one of the house labels for the Akron Recording Studio. Don Fieldman was the original label owner, but he was only involved with the first two records (#101 and #102). The (CW) records are labelled as such, there seems to have been some ambitious plan to have a country 'series'
|101||the Echos||Around and Around / You Make Me Feel Good|
|102||the Panicks||Work / Treat Me Right|
|200||the Panicks||You're My Baby / Lots Of Pretty Girls|
|212||the Changing Times||Going To Far / The Kids Are All Right|
|1304||the Comin' Generation||Get Out Of My Life Woman / Hey Girl|
|101/2 (CW)||Eddie Jameson and His Southern Buddies||A New Deck of Cards / You Were Only Teasin 'Darlin'|
|601 (CW)||Valley Serenaders||White Lightning / When you said Goodbye|
|11369||the Harmonics||Missing You / Let Me Go||R-23781/2|
|(1355)||J. McCants the Harmonics||Summers Love (Falls in the Autumn) (Part 1, vocal) / Part 2, instrumental||M-1355|
The Harmonics "Summer's Love" record has a Cleveland address, but uses the Akron Recording studio publishing, Ermal music. Dupree #200 by the Panicks was not recorded at Akron, the band used the label name for continuity.