Portsmouth. The label was initially names M. R. C. (for Mack Recording Company) but changed to Nau-Voo after the Bobby Lawson release.
|600||Bobby Lawson||If You Want My Love / Baby Don't Be That Way|
|802||Billy Adams and the Rock-A-Teers||Walking Star / You Gotta Have A Ducktail|
|803||I-V-Leaguers||Jim-Jamin' / Told By The Stars|
|804||"Deacon" and the Rock & Rollers||Rockin' On The Moon / I Don't Wanna Leave|
|805||Billy Adams and the Rock-A-Teers||Return Of The All-American Boy / That's My Baby|
|806||the De Villes||I Didn't Do It / Yea Ho|
|808||Billy Adams||Blue-Eyed Ella / The Fun House|
|809||the Untouchables||Blue Chip Bounce - Part 1 / Blue Chip Bounce - Part 2|
#803 has a second pressing with the A side titled "Jim Jam", songwriters name mispelled as "Mim" not "Jim" and no address on the label. Same recordings.
#805 issued with a white label promotional copy and red stock copy
#809 shows a W. Hollywood, Florida address