Owned by Floyd Phillips. The first four 45s were released as a result of a Battle of the Bands competition held on Sept 26, 1970. Freeman Sound were the winners and got to record a 45 at label expense. Three other bands who competed (Travis, Stars and Stripes, Biggy Ratt) also got to record.
|7057||Travis||Livin' In The USA / Lovin' You||Nov '70|
|7058||Stars and Stripes||Your Love No More / Listen||Nov '70|
|7059||Freeman Sound||Singing My Own Song / Sixteen Tons||Nov '70|
|7060||Biggy Ratt||Look Inside Yourself / I'm A Woman||Nov '70|
|7061||Morly Grey||I'll Space You / Be Your King||1971|
|7201||Morly Grey||Who Can I Say You Are? / You Came To Me||1971|
|7202||Morly Grey||After Me Again / A Feeling For You||1971|
|7203||Ormandy||The Banker / Living Alone||1971|
|69001 (LP)||Morly Grey||The Only Truth (with poster)||1971|
Ormandy were from Michigan.
Two pressings of the Freeman Sound 45. First pressings were darker red with silver, with band name as 'Freeman's Sound' and singer as 'Ray Ascott' (mispelling of 'Escott'). Second pressings were 'dayglo' pink with black.
Number 7061 was recorded in 1971 but not released until the 1990s. It was issued with a artwork sleeve.