45's With Rhyme But No Reason


Thursday, February 25, 2010

Mr Custer Meets Alley -Oop

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

RobGems.ca wrote:
This was the same Jerry Arnold of Sun Records. M.O.C. Records was owned & operated out of Tennissee & Mississippi by Murray Kellum, Glen Sutton, & Joe Coughi, & had some distrubution by Hi Records (also run by Coughi from 1957-68)with London Records seving as a national distributor. The label had Kellum & Sutton as the main artists,& had their best-known record with the 1963 novelty by Kellum titled "Long Tall Texan." The most collctable single by M.O.C. was Kellum's follow-up Beatle-related novelty (out of hundreds of Beatle-related novelty records at the time)record "Last Night I Dreamed I Was A Beatle" from 1964.