Uncle Rory's Record counts as a 'label', but as that's the only identification available I've allowed it a page. It appears to have been home to just one record, an EP by Rory Blackwell offering the tracks 'Daddy Don't You Walk So Fast', 'Help Me Make It Through The Night', 'Feelings' and 'Drum Rhapsody'.  Numbers on the run-off are BP-001 and P-2065.  The identical EP can be found with different stickers: Stryka Records.  There's no date on it but 'Daddy' and 'Drum Rhapsody' were issued as a single in 1976 on the Rory label, and it seems likely that the EPs would have post-dated that by a year or two.  There was also a 1978 LP on Ellie Jay, 'Two Sides Of Rory Blackwell' (EJR-604).. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info. Rory Blackwell (born 22 June 1933 in Battersea, London) was a British former rock and roll musician, bandleader of The Blackjacks, singer, drummer and songwriter. Blackwell founded the first British rock and roll band, and put on rock and roll at Studio 51 in September 1956, and at The 2i's Coffee Bar and on 24 January 1957 gave his very first job to Terry Dene, then Terry Williams, fronting him at the Razzle Dazzle Club billed as "the new singing sensation Terry Williams". In 1959, Blackwell spotted the 16-year-old pianist Clive Powell (Georgie Fame) in a summer holiday camp in Wales, where he offered him a job as a piano player with The Blackjacks. After the season ended, Powell left as new opportunities arose. During the 1960s, Blackwell worked with the young bassist, Nick Simper, who later joined Johnny Kidd's band and went on to become one of the founding members of Deep Purple. 

76 Rory Blackwell  Daddy Don't You Walk So Fast UNCLE RORY'S RECORD BP 001 / P 2065

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