SUN Records singles discography
Part VI: number 350 - 407

Press here for number:  174 - 199200 - 224225 - 249250 - 299300 - 349350 - 407

 

SUN 350 / SUN 1960   The Rockin' Stockin'
Rockin' - lang - syne / Yuleville, USA (November 1960)

 

 

 

This record was released on regular yellow and brown or special white and
green labels (with and without reindeer and santa), aswell as a red and
black issue, where the artist name is changed to Rockin Stockins.

 

SUN 351   Ira Jay II
You don't love me anymore / More than anything (in the world) (November 1960)

 

White label promotional copy depicted.

 

SUN 352   Jerry Lee Lewis
When I get paid / Love made a fool of me (November 1960)

 

 

SUN 353   Roy Orbison
Sweet and easy to love / Devill doll (November 1960)

 

Re-release of SUN 265 to promote the 'new' Roy Orbison SUN album. Roy's contract with SUN had expired in 1958
but his current success at Monument, was a good reason to re-cycle some oldies aswell as some previously unreleased songs.

 

SUN 354   'Bobby Sheridan' [= Charlie Rich]
Sad news / Red man (December 1960)

 

 

 

An instrumental single by Charlie Rich, whose other releases were on SUN's sister label
Phillips International. The Gene Lowery Singers are featured on 'Sad news'.

White label promotional copy and regular, commercial releases depicted.

 

SUN 355   Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two
Oh lonesome me [93] / Life goes on (December 1960)

 

The Gene Lowery Singers are featured on 'Oh lonesome me'.

 

SUN 356   Jerry Lee Lewis
What'd I say [30] / Livin' lovin' wreck (February 1961)

 

 

SUN 357
-    N O T    I S S U E D    -

 

SUN 358   George Klein
U T party, part I / U T party, part II (March 1961)

 

 

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

 

SUN 359   Tracy Pendarvis
Belle of the Suwannee / Eternally (April 1961)

 

 

SUN 360   Wade Cagle and the Escorts
Groovy train / Highland rock (April 1961)

 

White label promotional copy depicted.

 

SUN 361   Anita Wood
I'll wait forever / I can't show how I feel (June 1961)

 

Some historians claim that Anita's record was a thinly disguised message to Elvis Presley.

 

SUN 362   Harold Dorman
I'll stick by you / There they go (May 1961)

 

 

 

White label promotional copy and regular commercial releases depicted.

 

SUN 363   Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two
Sugartime / My treasurer (May 1961)

 

 

 

White label promotional copy and regular, commercial releases depicted.

 

SUN 364   Jerry Lee Lewis
It won't happen with me / Cold cold heart (May 1961)

 

 

 

SUN 365   Shirley Sisk
I forgot to remember to forget / Other side (August 1961)

 

 

 

White label promotional copy and regular, commercial releases depicted.

 

SUN 366   Toni Rossini
Well I ask ya / Darlena (August 1961)

 

 

 

White label promotional copy and regular, commercial releases depicted.

 

SUN 367   Jerry Lee Lewis
Save the last dance for me / As long as I live (September 1961)

 

 

 

White label promotional copy and regular, commercial releases depicted.

 

SUN 368   Don Hosea
Since I met you / Uh huh unh (October 1961)

 

 

 

White label promotional copy and regular, commercial releases depicted.

 

SUN 369   Bobby Wood
Everybody's searchin' / Human emotions (unreleased or withdrawn, October 1961)

 

 

A regular SUN release of this record has yet to surface. Apparently it was withdrawn from marketing
due to a contractual dispute. The A-side, Everybody's searchin', was released on at least two different
labels. The Pen label is the most interesting, because it has been produced at the same pressing plant as
SUN was using at the time, and has indeed 'Phillips' stamped in the vinyl trail-off. The GA Challenge promo and
commercial issues are from different stampers and has slightly different playing time. Further info is welcomed!

 

SUN 370   Harold Dorman
Uncle Jonah's place / Just one step (November 1961)

 

 

 

 

White label promotional copy and regular commercial releases depicted.

 

SUN 371   Jerry Lee Lewis
Money / Bonnie B (November 1961)

 

 

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

 

SUN 372   Ray Smith
Travelin' salesman / I won't miss you (till you go) (November 1961)

 

 

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

 

SUN 373   Rayburn Anthony
How well I know / Big dream (January 1962)

 

 

 

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

 

SUN 374   Jerry Lee Lewis
I've been twistin' / Ramblin' rose (January 1962)

 

 

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

 

SUN 375   Ray Smith
Candy doll / Hey, boss man (Febuary 1962)

 

 

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

 

SUN 376   Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two
Blue Train / Born to lose (April 1962)

 

 

 

SUN 377   Harold Dorman
In the beginning / Wait til' Saturday night (April 1962)

 

 

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

 

SUN 378   Tony Rossini
(Meet me) After school / Just around the corner (November 1962)

 

 

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

 

SUN 379   Jerry Lee Lewis
Sweet little sixteen [95] / How's my ex treating you (July 1962)

 

 

 

SUN 380   Tony Rossini and the Chippers
You make it sound so easy / (A) new girl in town (July 1962)

 

 

 

 

 

Test press for verification purposes, white label promo and regular, commercial releases
depicted. Note that the B-side title differs between the white and yellow labels.

 

SUN 381   The Four Upsetters
Crazy arms / Midnight soiree (November 1962)

 

 

 

White label promotional and regular, commercial releases depicted.

 

SUN 382   Jerry Lee Lewis
Good golly, miss Molly / I can't trust me (in your arms anymore) (November 1962)

 

 

 

White label promotional and regular, commercial releases depicted.

 

SUN 383
-    N O T    I S S U E D    -

 

SUN 384   Jerry Lee Lewis
Teenage letter / Seasons of my heart (April 1963)

 

 

'Seasons of my heart' is a duet with Jerry's sister Linda Gail Lewis.

 

SUN 385
-    N O T    I S S U E D    -

 

SUN 386   The Four Upsetters
Surfin' calliope / Wabash cannonball (July 1963)

 

 

 

White label promotional copy and regular, commercial releases depicted.

 

SUN 387   Tony Rossini
Nobody / Moved to Kansas City (July 1963)

 

 

 

SUN 388   The Teenangels
Ain't gonna let you (break my heart) / Tell me my love [unreleased / DJ only]

 

Promotional issue only. Weak response from the DJ's probably indicated that a commercial
release would not be feasible. This is the sole known promo-only SUN record.

 

SUN 389   Billy Adams
Betty and Dupree / Got my mojo workin' (January 1964)

 

 

 

White label promotional copy and regular commercial releases depicted.

 

SUN 390   Bill Yates and the T-birds
Don't step on my dog / Stop, wait and listen (May 1964)

 

 

SUN 391   Billy Adams
Trouble in mind / Lookin' for my Mary Ann (May 1964)

 

 

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

 

SUN 392   Johnny Cash
Wide open road / Belshazah [Belshazzar] (May 1964)

 

 

 

White label promotional copy and regular, commercial releases depicted.
Please note corrected spelling on b-side of the later version.

 

SUN 393   Smokey Joe [Baugh]
Listen to me baby / Signifying monkey (May 1964)

 

Mysterious re-release of Flip / SUN 228.

 

SUN 394   Billy Adams
Reconsider baby / Ruby Jane (September 1964)

 

 

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

 

SUN 395   Randy [Haspel] and the Radiants
Peek-a-boo / Mountain's high (January 1965)

 

 

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

 

SUN 396   Jerry Lee Lewis
Carry me back to old Virginia / I know what that means (March 1965)

 

 

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

 

SUN 397   Gorgeous Bill [Yates]
Carleen / Too late to right my wrong (March 1965)

 

 

SUN 398   Randy [Haspel] and the Radiants
My way of thinking / Truth from my eyes (November 1965)

 

 

SUN 399   Bill Yates
Big big world / I dropped my M and M's (February 1966)

 

 

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

 

SUN 400   The Jesters
My babe / Cadillac man (February 1966)

 

 

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

 

SUN 401   Billy Adams
Open the door Richard / Rock me baby (February 1966)

 

 

SUN 402   Dane Stinit
Don't knock what you don't understand / Always on the go (May 1966)

 

 

Phillips International 3583 / SUN 403   David Houston
Sherry's lips / Miss Brown (October 1966)

 

 

White label promotional copy and a regular, commercial release depicted. This record had been
previously released in 1963 on the Phillips International label and was most likely re-
released in order to cash in on David Houston's success on the EPIC label.

 

SUN 404 and HIR 2206   The Climates
No you for me / Breaking up again (February 1967)
Don't be cruel / Tell him tonight (spring 1968)

 

 

Recorded at Sam C Phillips recording studio, 639 Madison Av, Memphis Tn early in 1967. The band included
seasoned Memphis musicians James Thomas (vcl); Reggie Young (g); Tommy Cogbill (g); Mike Leach (b);
Gene Chrisman (d); Bobby Wood (org); Charles Chalmers (t) and Floyd Newman (t). Several of them
would play on Elvis' ground-breaking Memphis sessions in early 1969. HIR 2206 was the second
'SUN release' on Holiday Inn Records in the spring of 1968. See SUN 407 for further details.

 

SUN 405   Dane Stinit
Sweet country girl / That muddy ole river (February 1967)

 

 

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

 

SUN 406   Brother James Anderson
I'm gonna move in the room with the lord / My soul needs resting (February 1967)

 

 

Sample copy and regular release depicted. Probably not released on white label.
Note the 'Gospel Series' statement, indicating a plan for future releases in the same genre.

 

SUN 407 / HIR 2205   "Load of mischief"
Back in my arms again / I'm a lover (January 1968)

 

 

 

This was the very last SUN release. It also became the first known 'SUN release' on Holiday Inn Records,
where Sam, Jud and Knox Phillips held prominent positions for a short period during the spring of 1968.
Regular SUN release, Holiday Inn Records promo and commercial release depicted.

 

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