Summit Records was a DIY label. With A Distinctive-Looking Label. This Particular Summit Appears To Have Released Only One Single, The Foundations', 'Where Were You When I Needed Your Love' (Su-100; 3/77), Which Came Third In The Competition To Be Britain'S Eurovision Entry For 1977 - The Winner Was 'Rock Bottom', By Lynsey Depaul And Mike Moran. Despite That Amount Of Exposure The Single Failed To Chart. Manufacture And Distribution Were By CBS. The Foundations were a British soul band, active from 1967 to 1970. The group, made up of West Indians, White British, and a Sri Lankan, are best known for their two biggest hits, "Baby Now That I've Found You" (a Number One hit in the UK Singles Chart and Canada, and subsequently Top 10 in the US), written by Tony Macaulay and John MacLeod; and "Build Me Up Buttercup". 1977 line-up Clem Curtis: Vocals, Leroy Carter, John Savile. Valentine Pascal, Georges Delanbanque. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.
Where Were You When I Needed