SURREY INTERNATIONAL
RECORDS

Surrey International Records was a label of the Pye Records group witch included quite a few little-known labels in the '70s; Surrey International was one of them.  It was an offshoot of John Abbey's Soul label Contempo, and its musical range spanned Soul, Pop, and also Rock 'n' Roll Revival, in the shape of 'Good Golly Miss Molly', by Little Bo Pete & The 1974 Rock 'n' Roll Janitors (SIT-5005; 5/74), who deserve a mention for the daftess of their name. None of Surrey International's fifteen singles, which appeared in 1974-75, cracked the Charts, and none are commonly seen nowadays. Numbers were in the SIT-5000s; a couple seem not to have been used. Distributed By Pye Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

   
74 Teddy Harold & Jeremy Strangers In The Night SURREY INTERNATIONAL  SIT 5001
74 Not Traced SURREY INTERNATIONAL  SIT 5002
74 Offenbach Judy In Disguise SURREY INTERNATIONAL  SIT 5003
74 Daybreak What Dou Say SURREY INTERNATIONAL  SIT 5004
74 Little Bo Peep Good Golly Miss Molly SURREY INTERNATIONAL  SIT 5005
74 Profile I Like It Like That SURREY INTERNATIONAL  SIT 5006
74 Wizz Brooklyn SURREY INTERNATIONAL  SIT 5007
74 Benton Mel IM Ready SURREY INTERNATIONAL  SIT 5008
74 Not Traced SURREY INTERNATIONAL  SIT 5009
74 Greenbaum Norman Nancy Whiskey SURREY INTERNATIONAL  SIT 5010
74 Billy Joe Young I've Got You On My Mind SURREY INTERNATIONAL  SIT 5011
75 Pastors She Lets Her Hair Down SURREY INTERNATIONAL  SIT 5012
75 Reparata Shoes SURREY INTERNATIONAL  SIT 5013
75 Evens Brian Lonely Lovers Symphony SURREY INTERNATIONAL  SIT 5014
75 Benton Erlene Such Sweet Music SURREY INTERNATIONAL  SIT 5015
75 Jackpot Is Everybody Happy SURREY INTERNATIONAL  SIT 5016
75 Rivers Dick Mam SURREY INTERNATIONAL  SIT 5017




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