Independent label: Phoenix Records is the third Phoenix label from the 1970s it issued at least one EP - Les Malcolm's, 'Help Me Make It Through The Night' - in 1978, which was recorded in a studio in Cleveland. The label itself, with its (P), appears to be Irish in origin. It was rare, but not unknown, for English labels to have product pressed in Ireland - Indigo Records was one; this may have been another. It could be an Irish release, but the material on the EP is pretty standard Club / Cabaret fare so I would guess that it is a custom pressing made in limited numbers over there for sale at concerts over here. The EP was numbered PH-1. PH-3, 'The Union Mare And The Confederate Grey' by Idaho, came out in April 1980. I assume there was a PH-2. Distributed By Phoenix Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.
Help Me Make It Through The
Union Mare & Confederate Gray