Bobby Johnston

Slated for release later in 2021 is this great two sider from Bobby Johnston (aka Don Johnston).

Cajun Queen is as a cool jiver and is a top want with many collectors. The flip is a cover of the great stroller Flat Tire .. watch this space for this and other future releases.

Strolling Time - Vol. 1

This 45 is the first of a series:

Four strollers picked by four different DJs.Two from the U.K. and two from California, U.S.A.

From the U.K. :

D.J. Big Al's  (R.I.P.) selection ... Jerry Kennedy's Teenage Love Is Misery

D.J. Gary's Red Hot and Blue's selection ...The Noblemen,  Thunder Wagon

From the U.S.A.:

D.J. Miss Spitfire's selection ... Faye Reis, Dont'cha Break My Heart

D.J. Tex's selection ... Steve Belsoe, Dumb Dumb Bunny

Terry Ray Bradley

Born in Memphis Tennessee, Terry Ray Recorded these two tracks in his teenage years.

Highway Robbery is about the teenage woes of the cost car ownership.. It could just as easily be a problem for today's kids. Red Hair and Green Eyes is another typical teenage issue, the problems of romance. 


The HoneyCones

"Holy Mackerel there they go again"...Bit of Doo Wop on this one as the HoneyCones sing the uptempo jiver Rockin' In The Knees

The flip is also the Honey Cones but this time released as "Ernie Cast and his Honeycones" as they sing the stroller Cool It Baby

Six Feet Under

Songs with deep lyrics....

The Bob Fryfogle classic Six Feet Under

"The flowers are wilted 
The preachers gone 
And i'm left here jilted 
On the church house lawn"

Backed by a Sanford Clark's It's Nothing To Me

"What's that you say
I guess you're right
It's nothing to me"

Buddy and Ella Johnson

The first Rocatex release, which did not have a picture cover.

Two upbeat numbers from Buddy and Ella Johnson.
Why Don't Cha Stop It is an uptempo stroller while Bring It Home To Me is a cool little jive number. Both were released on Mercury Records as "Buddy Johnson" but it is his sister Ella providing the outstanding vocals.