Independent label: Ruby Records and a member of the Pye family, Ruby was a short-lived label with Middle Of The Road leanings. It released two singles, Guy Steel's 'Stop The Wedding' (RSS-201) and 'Rose Marie', by comedian Bernard Manning (RSS-202), both of them in January 1976, and then disappeared. Neither record sold in any great amounts, as both are difficult to find. The Guy Steel single has an almost-scratched-out matrix number, 'RWS 03??', in the run-off beside the Ruby matrix; singles on the Genie label, which appeared later that year, were numbered in the RWS-0300s, which suggests that there was a link between the two concerns. Distributed By PYE Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.