Sue Soul Brothers EP


ENS 4 Front

Collection of Dave Hewitt | ens4front

ENS 4 Back

Collection of Dave Hewitt | ens4back

EP ENS 4  Various Artists РSue Soul Brothers was released by Ensign Records in 1983.

Track listing: Wilbert Harrison – Let’s work together Parts 1 and 2 | Prince La La – She put the hurt on me | Derek Martin – Daddy Rolling Stone.


Collection of Dave Hewitt | ens4a


Collection of Dave Hewitt | ens4b

Record created 10 December 2015



Derek Martin, Daddy Rolling Stone


Daddy Rolling Stone was first recorded in 1953 by Otis Blackwell. Blackwell was a very successful songwriter; as well as this song, he wrote “Fever”, “All shook up” and many other classic rock and roll songs.

The record was not the first time that Derek Martin had recorded the song! He first recorded it with The Pearls in 1954, then with Jimmy Ricks & The Raves in 1962. The recording of 1963 was issued on American Sue’s subsidiary label Crackerjack, to avoid allegations of payola, since his other recordings for American Sue usually appeared on the Sue label itself.

The Sue UK single’s label suffered from a frequent problem for Island and Sue records: omissions and spelling errors, in this case they spelled his name wrong on the label. Derek Martin was born in 1938 and is still performing.

Derek’s Daily 45

Derek Martin’s own web site

Nutsmag interview with Derek Martin

Photo: So Many Records So Little Time

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Page updated 18 July 2016