In 1965 Godfrey released four record albums entitled GODFREY PRESENTS: courtesy of local record companies in Los Angeles. The albums feature a mix of Mexican-American recording artists and black R&B artists. The albums are ala Art Laboe's OLDIES BUT GOODIES series
In 1968 I bought two of his albums at Sounds Of Music, a record store in East Los Angeles to play on my radio show at East Los Angeles College. I now have all four albums to complete this post.
1965 - Godfrey Presents - 18 R&B Flashbacks, Flashback 601
1965- Godfrey Presents - 18 R&B Flashbacks, Volume 2, Flashback 602
1965 - Godfrey Ppresents - 16 Successful Sounds, Flashback 603
1965 - Godfrey Presents - 20 Blast-Backs, Flash-Back 401
GODFREY PRESENTS: 18 R&B FLASHBACKS:
Tracks of interest to Eastside collectors are "Tonight" by The Carlos Brothers, "Symbol Of Heaven" by Little Julian Herrera and "Bring Me Happiness" by Ron & Rosie.
GODFREY PRESENTS: 18 R&B FLASHBACKS VOLUME 2:
Tracks of interest to Eastside collectors are "Sad Girl" by Thee Midniters, "Dream A Little Dream" by The Perez Brothers, "So Dearly" by Ron & Rosie and "Darling Dear" by Alfred & Joe. Another favorite track is "Split Personality" by The Resonics which was the main reason I bought the album.
GODFREY PRESENTS: 16 SUCCESSFUL SOUNDS:
Tracks of interest to Eastside collectors are '"Land Of A 1,000 Dances" by Cannibal & The Headhunters, "It'll Never Be Over For Me" by Thee Midniters, "la La La La La by The Blendells, "Farmer John" by The Premiers and "I Need Someone" by The Ambertones. Two other noteworthy tracks are "Let's Get Together Again" by Carol Hughes and "Unlucky Girl" by Chris Teller.
GODFREY PRESENTS: 20 BLAST-BACKS:
Only "Let's Dance" by Chris Montez may be of interest to Eastside collectors. The other 19 tracks are doo wop & R&B hits.
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