This Cleveland label was owned by Jimmy Testa. Tema has close connections to Audio Recording and the Pama/Clevetown label - so there is some correlations between the numbering, but too many duplicate numbers suggest independence.

No # Tulu Babies Hurtin' Kind / Mine ForeverMay 1965
125 Tulu Babies Debbie / Although I Was to Blame (promo andstock, see below)
125 the Baskerville Hounds Debbie / Although I Was to Blame
127 the Scruffy Group Little Girl / Do (promo and stock)Aug 1965
128 the Baskerville Hounds Space Rock Pt. 1 / Pt. 2 (promo and stock)
130 Big Jim T. Give Me The Real Frontier Pt. 1 / Give Me The Real Frontier Pt. 2
131 the Baskerville Hounds Christmas Is Here / Make Me Your ManDec 1965
132 the Baskerville Hounds All You Had To Do Was Ask / Who Does She Love (promo and stock)
134 the Canterburys I'm Sorry / If You Ever Leave Me
135 the Baskerville Hounds Here I Come Miami / Make Me Your Man
136/7 the City Squires Jenny-Jenny / Russian Ho Ho (promo only)
137 the Statesmen Stop and Get a Ticket / Stick With Me Baby
141 Ray Evans I Miss You So / Harlam Man
144 the City Squires Is It Time / Lonely Boy1967
150 the Quantrill Raiders I'm Going / Sad Eyed Lady
171/2 the Statesmen Lollipop / Tijuana Blues (PS)
No # Pye Jones and His 28 Day Ragtime Band I Go Crazy / Five Foot Two
No # the Baskerville Hounds Hold Me / Here I Come Miamilate 1968
001 the Bittersweets Hurtin Kind / Summertime1967
77Bobby SullHave To Be My Love / One More Thing1972/3

Missing sequence numbers (126, 129, 133, etc) appear to have never been used.

First pressings of #125 credit the Tulu Babies, second pressings credit the Baskerville Hounds. Promo copies exist of #125 that have the title mispelled 'Debie'. Two pressings of #128, first pressings do not say "Distributed by Dot Records".

On the City Squires "Jenny-Jenny" there is no number on the label, the dead wax has 136 crossed out and replaced by 137. The Statesmen "Stop and Get a Ticket" has 137  on the label and dead wax.