Friday, February 6, 2015

Slim Anderson

Like many of the Kay Bank studio labels, this is another where very little information exists.  I am pretty sure it began in 1964 and ran until about 1970.  From '64-'66 , there was a dash in the label name (Re-Car), but then it became one word.  They released mostly 45rpm, but there are 2 LPs I know of.  One is the oddball interview record with George Harrison's sister, which I think caused a rift between them.

One guess about the owner is Russ Carlyle, a lounge singer who had at least two 45s on the label.  But that's only my long-shot guess.

I cleaned this record at least five times trying to get a better sound, but was unsuccessful.  So you take what you can get, until a better copy comes along.

Recar 3000 also features Slim Anderson. 

Here are all the labels I have accumulated over the past few years:

Recar 3001
Year: ? (best guess '69 or '70)
Label location: Minnesota
Pressed by: ?

Minnesota Waltz

We're Gonna Swing

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