Independent American label: Along with the Azrock music publishing company, Peachtree was owned by Bel-Wyn management, which belonged to Soul artist William Bell and his manager, Henry Wynn.  It was based in Atlanta, and it issued records from 1969-72 in the USA.  The only UK-pressed single on the label dates from a few years after, 1976.  Mitty Collier's 'Share What You Got' b/w 'I'd Like To Change Places' kept the P-122 catalogue number of the original American issue, which came out in December 1969.  The style of the matrix number suggests that manufacture was by Pye. "The Peachtree Mitty Collier record was pressed in the UK by Global Records of Manchester but almost all the thousand copies made went to a dealer in The Netherlands, who had ordered it. Around ten copies were available from HMV in Manchester but it was not officially available from any other shops. So to list it as a UK label could be borderline. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

69 Emory & The Dynamics Pretty Little School Girl (USA)  PEACHTREE P 120
69 Mitty Collier I Can't Lose / You Hurt So Good  (USA)  PEACHTREE P 121
76 Mitty Collier I'd Like To Change Places / Share What You Got PEACHTREE P 122
70 Mitty Collier True Love Never Comes Easy / Fly Me To The Moon (USA)  PEACHTREE P 123
70 James Fountain My Hair Is Nappy (USA)  PEACHTREE P 124
70 Mitty Collier Lovin' On Borrowed Time / One Heck Of A Lover (USA)  PEACHTREE P 125
70 Johnny Jones Mighty Low, Part I & Part II  (USA)  PEACHTREE P 126
70 James Fountain Malnutrition / Seven Day Lover (USA)  PEACHTREE P 127
70 Mitty Collier Your Sign Is A Good Sign (USA)  PEACHTREE P 128
70 The 4 Dynamics That's What Girls Are Made For (USA)  PEACHTREE P 129
70 The Velvetones Funky Sweat (USA)  PEACHTREE P 130
70 Johnny Jones Do Unto Others / "Hong Kong Harlem" (USA)  PEACHTREE P 131
70 Clyde Terrell Yesterday / September Song (USA)  PEACHTREE P 132
70 Sue Rainey You Got To Be Kind (USA)  PEACHTREE P 133
70 Clyde Terrell This Guy's In Love With You (USA)  PEACHTREE P 134

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