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Post subject:   PostPosted: Dec 19, 2013 - 02:48 PM
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The CG label, Though it was the parent was the considerably lesser label, release-wise. Infinifty, on the other hand had quite a few better known artists appearing on the label. in addition to the burnette Bros., others include, the Wray Bros. (including Link Wray), Bobby Hart (Of Boyce and Hart), Ray Johnson (Brother Of the great Plas Johnson), Billy Storm, The Electras, and even The Victor Feldman Quartet (a well known Jazz group, in certain circles) and Joshie Armstead (who had been an Ikette at one time) among others.

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Post subject:   PostPosted: Dec 20, 2013 - 01:55 PM
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The afore-mentioned "Snacky Poo" by The Ring A Dings (later Del Mars on Mercury) was a big rekkid here in Pittsburgh during the 60s, getting lots of airplay from legendary DJ Porky Chedwick and obviously generating sales for Mercury Records as there are both red and black label copies. A quick check of eBay shows the current "Pittsburgh Sound" craze has spawned a EU bootleg of the original Infinity 45.
 
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