Tony Washington and the DCs, Show me how/Boof ska


Sue WI 327, issued in September 1964. “Show me how you milk the cow”, the old Louis Jordan song, was a British recording which was a hit in Sweden. The recording was re-released as a track in a Trojan label boxed CD collection.

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Data record Updated 26 July 2016



Roy Head, Treat her right


Roy Head’s Treat Her Right was on the This is Sue! Sampler LP. Originally issued in the UK on the Vocalion label in 1965, licenced from Back Beat records. Treat Her Right was produced by Huey P Meaux (although not credited) and recorded at Gold Star Studio, Houston, Texas. Roy Kent Head was born on January 9, 1941. With his group The Traits, Head began recording in 1958. Treat Her Right is his best known recording. Previously issued by Decca Group on Vocalion VP-9248.

US Pop No. 2, 1965.

Plastic Dreams | 14549

CD and | 14548

Updated 16 October 2016


Barbara Lynn, We got a good thing going

Barbara Lynn’s We got a good thing going was included on the 14s. 6d. sampler LP “This is Sue!” The recording is from 1964, was released from the Jamie label, and was originally released on London American HL9918. Barbara Lynn subsequently recorded for Atlantic and other labels and is still active, her most recent album appearing in 2004. She was given a Pioneer Award by the Rhythm and Blues Foundation in 1999.

Eil | 14550


Barbara Lynn | F. Schroers | 14552

Eil | 14551