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Unless stated, pictures of record sleeves and labels are in the public domain and traced through Google Image Search, and were originally published on Ebay, Popsike, Rate Your Music, Hounddog Records, King Bee Records, ABC Records, 45 Cat and many more. Thank you to everyone who has made scans available!

WI 301 – Inez and Charlie Foxx – Mockingbird/He’s the one you love

WI 302 – Baby Washington – That’s how heartaches are made/Doodlin’

WI 303 – Jimmy McGriff – All about my girl/MG Blues

WI 304 – Inez and Charlie Foxx – Jaybirds/Broken hearted fool

WI 305 – Russell Byrd – Hitch hike parts 1 and 2

WI 306 – Ike and Tina Turner – It’s gonna work out fine/Won’t you forgive me

WI 307 – Inez and Charlie Foxx – Here we go round the mulberry bush/Competition [nv]

WI 308 – Derek Martin – Daddy rolling stone/Don’t put me down like this

WI 309 – Ernestine Anderson – Keep an eye on love/Continental mind

WI 310 – Jimmy McGriff – The last minute Part 1/2

WI 311 – Mary Lou Williams – Chunk a lunk jug Parts 1 and 2

WI 312 – The Soul Sisters – I can’t stand it/Blueberry hill

WI 313 – Hank Jacobs – So far away/Monkey hips and rice

WI 314 – Inez and Charlie Foxx – Ask me/Hi diddle diddle

WI 315 – Bobby Hendricks – Itchy twitchy feeling/A thousand dreams

WI 316 – Barbara George – Send for me/Bless you

WI 317 – Jimmy McGriff – I’ve got a woman Parts 1 and 2

WI 318 – Tim Whitsett – Macks by the Tracks/Shine

WI 319 – Homesick James Crossroads/My baby’s sweet

WI 320 – Willie Mabon – Got to have some/Why did it happen to me

WI 321 – Justine Baby Washington – I can’t wait until I see my baby/Who’s gonna take care of me

WI 322 – Ike and Tina Turner – The argument/Poor fool

WI 323 – Inez and Charlie Foxx – Hurt by love/Confusion

WI 324 – Patti LaBelle and the Bluebelles – Down the aisle/C’est la vie

WI 325 – The Megatons Shimmy Shimmy Walk Pt 1/Pt 2

WI 326 – Bobby Lee Tramell – New dance in France/Carolyn

WI 327 – Tony Washington and the DCs Show me how/Boof ska

WI 328 – Anita Wood – This has happened before/Dream baby

WI 329 – Jackie Edwards – Stagger Lee/Pretty Girl

WI 330 – Homesick James – Set a date/Can’t afford to do it

WI 331 – Willie Mabon – Just got some/That’s no big thing

WI 332 – Doug Sheldon – Take it like a man/Lonely Boy

WI 333 – Jimmy McGriff – Round midnight/Lonely avenue
Note. WI 333 was scheduled but was not actually issued.

WI 334 – The Wallace Brothers – Precious words/You’re mine

WI 335 – Elmore James – Dust my blues/Happy Home

WI 336 – The Soul Sisters – Loop de loop/Long gone
Note. WI 336 was scheduled but was not actually issued.

WI 337 – Louisiana Red – I done woke up/I had a feeling

WI 338 was scheduled, but not announced, then was withdrawn after a disagreement with the American owner of the recording.

WI 339 – J B Lenoir – I sing um the way I feel/I feel so good

WI 340 – Bobby Parker – Watch your step/Steal your heart away

WI 341 – Big Al Downing – Yes I’m loving you/Please come home

WI 342 – Bobby Peterson – Rockin’ Charlie Parts 2 and 1

WI 343 – The Daylighters – Oh Mom/Hard headed girl

WI 344 – Paul Revere and the Raiders – Like long hair/Sharon

WI 345 – Big Mama Thornton – Tom cat/Monkey in the barn

WI 346 – Bobby Peterson – Piano rock/One day

WI 347 – June Batemon and Noble Thin Man Watts – I don’t wanna/Noble’s theme

WI 348 – The Olympics – The bounce/Fireworks

WI 349 – Freddy King – Driving sideways/Hideaway

WI 350 – Ike and Tina Turner – I can’t believe what you say/My baby now

WI 351 – Chris Kenner – Land of 1,000 Dances/That’s my girl

WI 352 – Betty Everett – I’ve got a claim on you/Your love is important to me

WI 353 – Harold Burrage – I’ll take one/A long way together

WI 354 – Roscoe Shelton – Question/Strain on my heart

WI 355 – The Wallace Brothers – Lovers prayer/Love me like I love you

WI 356 – Inez and Charlie Foxx – La de da I love you/Yankee doodle dandy

WI 357 – The Pleasures – Music City/If I had a little money

WI 358 – B B King – You never know/The letter

WI 359 – Etta James – Roll with me Henry/Good rockin’ Daddy

WI 360 – James Brown – Night train/Why does everything happen to me

WI 361 – John Lee Hooker – I’m in the mood/Boogie chillun

WI 362 – Otis Redding – Shout bamalama/Fat girl

WI 363 – Wilbert Harrison – Let’s stick together/Kansas City Twist

WI 364 – Huey Piano Smith – Tuberculucas and the sinus blues/If it ain’t one thing it’s another

WI 365 – Sonny Boy Williamson – No nights by myself/Boppin with Sonny Boy

WI 366 – Frankie Ford – Sea cruise/Roberta

WI 367 – Lee Dorsey – Ya ya/Do re mi

WI 368 – Buster Brown – Fanny Mae/Lost in a dream

WI 369 – Frankie Ford – What’s going on/Watch dog

WI 370 – Joe Tex – Yum yum yum/You little baby face thing

WI 371 – Larry Williams – Call on me/Strange

WI 372 – Irma Thomas – Don’t mess with my man/Set me free

WI 373 – Big Jay McNeely – Something on your mind/Back shack track

WI 374 – Bob and Earl – Harlem Shuffle/I’ll Keep Running Back

WI 375 – Lowell Fulson – Too many drivers/Key to my heart

WI 376 – Ike and Tina Turner – Please please please/Am I a fool in love

WI 377 – Donnie Elbert – A little piece of leather/Do whatcha wanna

WI 378 – Harold Betters – Do anything you wanna/Pt 2

WI 379 – Screaming Jay Hawkins – I hear voices/Just don’t care

WI 380 – Huey Piano Smith – Rocking Pneumonia and the boogie woogie flu Parts 1 and 2

WI 381 – Larry Williams – Turn on your lovelight /Dizzy Miss Lizzie

WI 382 – Willie Mabon – I’m the fixer/Some more

WI 383 – Elmore James – It hurts me too/Bleeding heart

WI 384 – The Manhattans – I wanna be your everything/Searching for my baby

WI 385 – Little Joe Cook – Stormy Monday blues Parts 1 and 2

WI 386 – Alexander Jackson and the Turnkeys – The whip/Tell it like it is

WI 387 – Jimmy Johnson – Don’t answer the door Parts 1 and 2

WI 388 – Bobby Day – Rockin’ robin/Over and over

WI 389 – The Ikettes – Prisoner in love/Those words

WI 390 – Tarheel Slim and Little Ann – You make me feel so good/Got to keep on lovin’

WI 391 – The Dorsets – Pork Chops/Cool it

WI 392 – Elmore James/Earl Hooker and Junior Wells – Knocking at your door/Calling all blues

WI 393 – Bob and Earl – Baby I’m satisfied/The cissy

WI 394 – Gladys Knight and the Pips – Letter full of tears/You broke your promise

WI 395 – Esther Phillips – Feel like I wanna cry/The Chains

WI 396 – Donnie Elbert – You can push it or pull it/Lilly lou

WI 397 – Professor Longhair – Baby let me hold your hand/Looka no hair

WI 398 – The Baron – Is a blue bird blue/In the mood

WI 399 – Lee Dorsey – Messed around and fell in love/When I meet my baby

WI 4001 – Little Richard – Dance what you wanna/Without love

WI 4002 – Tommy Duncan – Dance Dance Dance/Lets try it over again

WI 4003 – Jerry Butler – I stand accused/I don’t want to hear it any more

WI 4004 – Jimmy Reed – Odds and ends/Going by the river

WI 4005 – Phil Upchurch – You can’t sit down Parts 1 and 2

WI 4006 – Jimmy Hughes – Goodbye my love/It was nice

WI 4007 – Elmore James – Mean mistreating mama/I need you

WI 4008 – Screaming Jay Hawkins – I put a spell on you/Little Demon
Note: Although scheduled, it is understood that WI 4008 was not actually issued.

WI 4009 – Jerry Butler – Just for you/Believe in me

WI 4010 – Effie Smith – Dial that telephone Parts 1 and 2

WI 4011 – Ritchie Valens – La bamba/Donna
Note. WI 4011 was scheduled but was not actually issued.

WI 4012 – Billy Preston – Billy’s bag/Don’t let the sun catch you crying

WI 4013 – The Jaybirds – Somebody help me/The right kind

WI 4014 – Birdlegs and Pauline – Spring/In so many ways

WI 4015 – Little Richard – It ain’t what you do/Crossover

WI 4016 – Thurston Harris – Little bitty pretty one/I hope you won’t hold it against me

WI 4017 – Phil Upchurch – Nothing but soul/Evad

WI 4018 – The Righteous Brothers – Justine/You can have her

WI 4019 – The Spidells – Find out what’s happening/That’ll make my heart break

WI 4020 – The Santells – So fine/These are love

WI 4021 – Roy Milton – Early in the morning/Bless your heart

WI 4022 – The Shades of Blue – Oh how happy/Little orphan boy

WI 4023 – Lowell Fulson – Talking woman/Blues around midnight

WI 4024 – Raymond Parker – Ring around the roses/She’s coming home

Note. WI 4024 was scheduled but not actually issued.

WI 4025 – Lydia Marcelle – Another kind of fellow/I’ve never been hurt like this before

WI 4026 – Gerri Hall – Who can I run to/I lost the key
Note. WI 4026 was scheduled but not actually issued.

WI 4027 – Mr. Dynamite- Sh’Mon Parts 1 and 2

WI 4028 – Barbara Lynn – Letter to mommy and daddy/Second fiddle girl

WI 4029 – Sugar Simone – King without a throne/Suddenly

WI 4030 – Bob and Earl – Don’t ever leave me/Fancy free

WI 4031 – Danny White – Keep my woman home/I’m dedicating my life to you

WI 4032 – Don and Dewey – Soul motion/Stretching out

WI 4033 – The Anglos – Incense/You’re fooling me
Note. WI 4033 was scheduled but was not actually issued.

WI 4034 – The Kelly Brothers- Crying days are over/I’m falling in love again

WI 4035 – Theola Kilgore – I’ll keep trying/He is coming back to me

WI 4036 – The Wallace Brothers – I’ll step aside/Hold my hurt for a while

WI 4037 – Edgewood Smith and the Fabulous Tailfeathers – Ain’t that lovin’/Yeah

WI 4038 – Barbara Lynn – You’ll lose a good thing/Lonely heartache

WI 4039 – Claudine Clark – The strength to be strong/Moon madness

WI 4040 – Jackie Day – Before its too late/Without a love

WI 4041 – Paul Martin – Snake in the grass/I’ve got a new love

WI 4042 – John Roberts – Sophisticated funk/Socking 1 2 3 4

WI 4043 – O V Wright – What did you tell this girl of mine/What about you

WI 4044 – Bobby Bland – That did it/A touch of the blues

WI 4045 – Al King – Think twice before you speak/The winner

WI 4046 – Joe Matthews – Sorry ain’t good enough/You better mend your ways

WI 4047 – Thelma Jones – Never leave me/Stronger

WI 4048 – The Lamp Sisters – Woman with the blues/I thought it was all over

WI 4049 – The Fascinations – Girls are out to get you/You’ll be sorry

All single label scans have been found

Updated 7 April 2017

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3 thoughts on “Singles

  1. This site is a veritable treasure chest of information about one of the most collectable UK black music labels on the planet. Thanks so much for sharing. Growing up as a young mod in the early-mid 60s this label was my bible for collecting quality Black Music.

  2. I have been pleasantly surprised by the success of this website and of the page on Facebook, which demonstrate how loved the label was. Glad you like the blog! Paul

  3. Fascinating label. The excitement of locating a new one in record fairs and dusty vinyl stores over the past 33 years has been my passion.

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