Independent American label: Tom Cat Records was owned by Tom Catalano, manager of Neil Diamond. During its two-year lifespan in the States it issued records by the likes of Ronnie Spector, Forrest McDonald and Sweetwater. Over here, however, it appears to have managed only two releases: Marc Wirtz's, 'We Could Have Laughed Forever', (YB-10359; 9/75), and 'One Fine Day' by Julie (Budd) (TOM-1; 2/76). The first seems to have been issued with its American catalogue number; by the time of the second Tom Cat had been given a series of its own. Manufacture and distribution were by RCA. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.
One Fine Day
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