In the 1950s and 60s, the Cincinnati recording scene was dominated by Syd Nathan’s King label, whose R&B catalogue made it a major player among post-war independents. In its shadow was Fraternity, a smaller concern launched by Harry Carlson in 1954.
1. SA-BA-HOOLA - Lonnie Mack
2. JEALOUS WOMAN
- Albert Washington & The Kings
1. ROCKIN’ PNEUMONIA - The Charmaines
2. WALK TALL LIKE A MAN - 2 Of Clubs