CP-1609 ~ Tuff E Nuff, Baby
wr Carl Wrinston, Wilbob Music, ASCAP
Tuff-E-Nuff, Baby …………69
On this side the boys add a vocal as Little Mike sings about a tough Miss who can dance the rock and roll. (Wilbob, ASCAP)
Billboard June 23, 1958
CP-1610 ~ Pyramid [instrumental] SAMPLE
wr Mike Altherr, Queen City Music, ASCAP
The Key Notes, an instrumental group, drive this swinging riff all the way with accordion and horn featured. (Queen City, ASCAP)
Billboard probably didn't reviewed this Rite pressing but certainly rather the earlier RCA pressing, as there is a mention of vocalist Little Mike that the Rite issue - pressed in the summer of '58- don't have.
The label was located in Rochester, New-York. The president of Lin Records was Frank J. Conklin, Bob Miketta was the musical director and Lee Alman the arranger.
I have counted three releases only on the label, despite the fact that Conklin announced that he had signed other artists : Janet Shaw (really Janet Shay on Lin 1003?), Kitty Debnar, the Harmony Kings, thrush Pauline Deters, The Piano Lounge Trio, Ray Cormier’s Har Maniacs, the Enchanters...