Henry Stone Music

These 10 Bold Records Will Rock Your Bluesy Soul

10. Duane and Gregg Allman – Morning Dew / I’ll Change For You Genre: Rock, Blues Year: 1972     9. Mark-Christopher ‎– Ain’t Nobody Label: Bold Records ‎– BX-204 Format: Vinyl, 7″, 45 RPM, Single, Promo Country: US Released: 1980 Genre: Funk / Soul Style: Disco     8. Novatak ‎– Ain’t Nobody / […]

Top 10 Alston Records

  10. Sam & Dave ‎– Never, Never Label: Alston Records ‎– 777 Format: Vinyl, 7″, Single Country: US Released: 1964 Genre: Funk / Soul Style: Rhythm & Blues   9. J. P. Robinson ‎– You Can Be A Lady / Love Is Not A Stranger Label: Alston Records ‎– 4574 Format: Vinyl, 7″, 45 […]

These 10 Marlin Records Will Blow Your Mind

In the mid 1950’s Henry Stone founded Marlin Productions and the Marlin record label to focus on blues, soul, funk, jazz, avant-garde, and instrumental releases from some of the top studio musicians in the country. Early forays into electronic music production also saw the light of day thanks to this label. Few other American imprints […]

Bob’s Record Shop Grand Opening, Overtown – Miami Times (1953)

Bob’s Record Shop. 907 N.W. 2nd Ave. Formal Opening. Saturday, November 7, 1953. Come to our opening and meet Jockey Jack in person. He will be glad to present you with an autographed photo. Jockey Jack will be here between 7-9p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7. Make Bob’s Record Shop your headquarters for the latest hit records […]

Henry Stone and Wilson Pickett Ink Deal for Wicked Records – Cash Box (1976)

  Henry with Wilson Pickett. Wilson Pickett joined the Henry Stone organization late last year determined to revitalize his sagging recording career – it’s the only thing about Pickett that is since his in-person schedule is a very busy one from Jacksonville to Japan. Stone offered Pickett the opportunity to have his very own label […]

Gwen McCrae – The Gig and Soul & Jazz Record (October 1975)

“When you finish listening to this album you will know that Gwen McCrae is for real. She’s not the fabled ‘one-hit’ artist that you have heard and read about, that has a smash hit and is never heard from again. Cuts like, “It’s Worth The Hurt” and “He Don’t Ever Lose His Groove” prove that […]

“Latimore’s Act Sensational” – The Miami Hurricane (1976)

©The Miami Hurricane – Latimore’s Act ‘Sensational’ Tuesday, November 16, 1976 By ALAN KRATISH Entertainment Writer “The billboard outside the ~newly refurbished Checkmate Lounge reads “The Sensational Latimore and Company.” That’s an adjective that’~ been wasted too many times on mediocre acts. But not this time . Sensational really is the best word to describe […]