SUN Records singles discography
Part V: number 300 - 349

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SUN 300   Tommy Blake
Sweetie Pie / I dig you baby (June 1958)

 

Tommy Blake's second SUN single is highly sought-after by collectors and very, very hard to find.

 

SUN 301   George and Louis / George and Lewis
The return of Jerry Lee / Lewis boogie (June 1958)

   

The first edition had 'The return of Jerry Lee' on both sides and was credited to 'Louis' rather than 'Lewis'.

Editing and recording done by Jack Clement & George Klein on May 30, 1958 (U-314).
'Lewis Boogie' recorded in the summer of 1957, 706 Union, Memphis Tennessee.
Jerry Lee Lewis (vcl/pno); Roland Janes (gtr); Jimmy van Eaton (dms)

 

SUN 302   Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two
The ways of a woman in love [24] / You're the nearest thing to heaven (May 1958)

 

   

 

SUN 303   Jerry Lee Lewis
Break-up [52] / I'll make it all up to you (August 1958)

 

 

 

 

Label variations depicted.

Recorded July 16-17, 1958, SUN studio, 706 Union, Memphis, Tennessee.
Jerry Lee Lewis (vcl/pno); Charlie Rich (pno U-313); Billy Riley (gtr)
Jack Clement (bs); Otis Jett (dms); Jimmy van Eaton (dms);
unknown vocal chorus overdubbed on July 21

 

SUN 304   Sonny Burgess
Thunderbird / Itchy (August 1958)

 

 

SUN 305   Rosco Gordon
Sally Jo / Torro (September 1958)

 

 

SUN 306   Jimmy Isle
I've been waiting / Diamond ring (October 1958)

 

 

SUN 307   Ernie Chaffin
My love for you / Born to lose (October 1958)

 

 

Recorded June 9, 1958, 706 Union, Memphis, Tennessee
Ernie Chaffin (vcl/gtr); others not known

 

SUN 308   Ray Smith
Why why why / You made a hit (October 1958)

 

 

 

SUN 309   Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two
I just thought you'd like to know / It's just about time [47] (November 1958)

 

 

 

 

SUN 310   Vernon Taylor
Breeze / Today is blue day (November 1958)

 

 

 

SUN 311   Jack Clement
The black haired man / Wrong (November 1958)

 

Recorded October 30, 1958, 706 Union, Memphis, Tennessee
Jack Clement (vcl/gtr/harmonica/dms); Billy Riley (gtr); Brad Suggs (gtr); Cliff Acred (bs)

 

SUN 312   Jerry Lee Lewis
It hurt me so / I'll sail my ship alone [93] (November 1958)

 

 

Recorded November 5, 1958, SUN studio, 706 Union, Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lee Lewis (vcl/pno); Charlie Rich (pno U-313); Martin Willis (sax);
Roland Janes (gtr); Billy Riley (gtr); Cliff Acred (bs); Jimmy
van Eaton (dms); unknown chorus overdubbed

 

SUN 313   Billy Riley
Down by the riverside / No name girl (February 1959)

 

 

Label variations depicted.

 

SUN 314   Warren Smith
Sweet, sweet girl / Goodbye Mr. Love (February 1959)

 

 

Label variations depicted. Note that 'goodbye' is mis-spelled on one label.

Recorded January 7, 1959, SUN studio, 706 Union, Memphis, Tennessee
Warren Smith (vcl/gtr); Billy Riley (gtr); Sid Manker (gtr); Cliff
Acred (bs); Charlie Rich (pno); Jimmy van Eaton (dms);
overdubbed chorus: Lee Hold, Bill Abbott, 
Charlie Rich, Gerald Nelson Singers

 

SUN 315   Onie Wheeler
Jump right out of this juke box / Tell 'em off (February 1959)

 

 

Label variations depicted.

Recorded November or December 1957, 706 Union, Memphis, Tennessee
Onie Wheeler (vcl/harmonica); Roland Janes (gtr); Stan Kesler (bs);
James van Eaton / Smokey Joe Baugh (dms); Jimmy Smith (pno)

Onie Wheeler later recorded for Vaden Records.

 

SUN 316   Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two
Thanks a lot / Luther played the boogie (February 1959)

 

 

 

 

SUN 317   Jerry Lee Lewis
Lovin' up a storm / Big blon' baby (February 1959)

 

 

This was probably the last 78 rpm SUN single.

Recorded December 1958 or January 1959, 706 Union, Memphis, Tennessee
Jerry Lee Lewis (vcl/pno); Roland Janes (gtr); Billy Riley (bs); Jimmy van Eaton (dms)

 

SUN 318   Jimmy Isle
Time will tell / Without a love (March 1959)

 

 

 

SUN 319   Ray Smith
Rockin' bandit / Sail away (March 1959)

 

 

SUN 320   Ernie Chaffin
Don't ever leave me / Miracle of you (April 1959)

 

 

Recorded June 9, 1958, 706 Union, Memphis, Tennessee
Ernie Chaffin (vcl/gtr); others not known

 

SUN 321   Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two
I forgot to remember to forget / Katy too [66] (June 1959)

 

 

 

SUN 322   Billy Riley
Got the water boiling / One more time (June 1959)

 

 

SUN 323   Alton and Jimmy
Have faith in my love / No more crying the blues (June 1959)

 

 

SUN 324   Jerry Lee Lewis
Let's talk about us / Ballad of Billy Joe (June 1959)

 

 

Label variations depicted. Pre white label promo copy, stamped and distributed
by Cadet Distribution Company, Detroit Michigan above. Compare with SUN 338.

 

SUN 325   Vernon Taylor
Mystery train / Sweet and easy to love (July 1959)

 

 

SUN 326   Jerry McGill and the Top Coats
I wanna make sweet love / Lovestruck (August 1959)

 

 

SUN 327   Johnny Powers
With your love, with your kiss / Be mine, all mine (September 1959)

 

 

SUN 328   Sherry Crane
Willie Willie / Winnie the parakeet (August 1959)

 

 

Label variations depicted.

 

SUN 329   Will Mercer
You're just my kind / Ballad of St. Marks (September 1959)

 

 

SUN 330   Jerry Lee Lewis
Little queenie / I could never be ashamed of you (September 1959)

 

 

SUN 331   Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two
You tell me / Goodbye little darlin' (September 1959)

 

 

SUN 332   Jimmy Isle
What a life / Together (September 1959)

 

 

SUN 333   Ray B Anthony
Alice blue gown / St Louis blues (October 1959)

 

 

 

White label promotional copy and regular commercial releases depicted.

 

SUN 334   Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Trio
Straight A's in love [84] / I love you because (December 1959)

 

   

White label promotional copy and regular commercial release depicted.

 

SUN 335   Tracy Pendarvis and the Swampers
A thousand guitars / Is it too late (January 1960)

 

 

SUN 336   Mack Owen
Walkin' and talkin' / Somebody just like you (January 1960)

 

 

White label promotional copy and regular commercial release depicted.

 

SUN 337   Jerry Lee Lewis with the Gene Lowery Singers
Old black Joe / Baby baby bye bye (March 1960)

 

 

SUN 338   Paul Richy with the Gene Lowery Singers
The legend of the big steeple / Broken hearted Wille (March 1960)

 

 

White label promotional copy and regular commercial release depicted.

 

SUN 339   Rayburn Anthony
Whose gonna shoe your pretty little feet / There's no tomorrow (March 1960)

 

A-side with the Gene Lowery Singers

 

SUN 340   Bill Johnson with the Gene Lowery Singers
Bobaloo / Bad times ahead (March 1960)

 

 

 

White label promotional copy and regular commercial releases depicted.

 

SUN 341   Sonny Wilson with the Gene Lowery Singers
The great pretender / I'm gonna take a walk (August 1960)

 

 

SUN 342   Bobbie Jean [Barton] - Ernie Barton Orchestra
You burned the bridges / Cheaters never win (July 1960)

 

 

 

White label promotional copy and regular commercial releases depicted.

 

SUN 343   Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two
The story of a broken heart / Down the street to 301 [85] (July 1960)

 

 

 

SUN 344   Jerry Lee Lewis
John Henry / Hang up my rock and roll shoes (August 1960)

 

 

SUN 345   Tracy Pendarvis
Is it me / South bound line (August 1960)

 

 

SUN 346   Bill Strength
Senorita / Guess I'd better go (September 1960)

 

 

White label promotional copy and a regular, commercial release depicted.

 

SUN 347   Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two
Mean eyed cat / Port of lonely hearts (October 1960)

 

 

 

White label promotional copy and regular, commercial releases depicted.

 

SUN 348   Lance Roberts
The good guy always wins / The time is right (October 1960)

 

 

White label promotional copy and a regular, commercial release depicted.

 

SUN 349   Tony Rossini
I gotta know (where I stand) / Is it too late (to say I'm sorry) (November 1960)

 

 

White label promotional copy and a regular, commercial release depicted.

 

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