Independent label: Sunlight Records was an obscure label from 1973-74, Sunlight issued at least seven singles in an SLX-100 numerical series, three of which were by singer / songwriter Gavin MacDonald.  Its first two releases were by Emile Ford, presumably the same chap who had a number of hits in the late '50s and early '60s for Pye, including the classic, 'What Do You Want To Make Those Eyes At Me For'.  However, neither 'What Is Wrong With Me Loving You' (SLX-101; 1/73) or 'Sorry Living' (SLX-102; 3/73) repeated those successes.  Sunlight came under the President Records umbrella; distribution was by Enterprise.  The few singles have been CBS pressings. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

73 Emile Ford What Is Wrong With My Loving You SUNLIGHT SLX 101
73 Emile Ford Sorry Living SUNLIGHT SLX 102
73 Gavin MacDonald Caledonia SUNLIGHT SLX 103
73 Gavin MacDonald Take To The Highway SUNLIGHT SLX 104
73 Jupiter I Think I've Found Someone SUNLIGHT SLX 105
73 Gavin MacDonald Rufus Snake SUNLIGHT SLX 106
74 Chris Neal DonīT Go Daddy SUNLIGHT SLX 107

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