Cincinnati label (was incorrectly listed from Dayton) run by Gene Redd. Redd did production work for King records - he is credited with helping to fix the sound on the legendary "James Brown Live At The Apollo" LP. Redd was a jazz musician (trumpet and vibes) who had travelled in the 1950s and played locally. He ran this label for a few years. In 1967 he was hired by some New York City record executives to help start a new label, first named Red Coach and later, De-Lite records.
|Sir White and His Sounds
|Doin' The Scratch / Moody River
|Women Ain't Right / I Get the Feelin'
|Lee Roye and the Emeralds
|Hesitation / Soulful Flamingo
|Donnie Murphy and the Ambassadors
|My Love For You / Everything I Do
|Ron and the Motions
|Last Night's Dream / When My Little Girl Is Smiling
|Big Jay Bush and the House Rockers
|Dynamite / Come On Home Baby
|Eddie Mack and Gene Dixon - the Downhomers
|Little Children / Give Mother My Crown
Two pressings for Sir White and His Sounds - first press by King, with red print on white. Second pressings say "distributed by Roulette Records"