O'Sullivan Records was a DIY label. It managed at least one single. 'Beautiful Stranger' b/w 'Life Gets Lonely Out At Sea', by John O'Sullivan, but the catalogue number of that single, 'JOS-002', suggests that there should be at least one more out there. Pressing was by C. H. Rumble, a firm which made records for a number of small labels; C. H. Rumble Limited came up with a new way of pressing labels on to records; though what it was, I haven't a clue. I've come across a few examples of their products on small labels from the early '70s, such as DTS, Freeman, and Southern Sounds. The firm was also responsible for at least one pressing of the Third World single numbered TW-24. The labels have the same 'Processed and pressed text as the one shown. Distributed By O'Sullivan Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.