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Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Pretty Girl Records Discography

Pretty Girl 
3373 Park Avenue

The earliest known releases on Pretty Girl are from 1968. Along with the founding of Pretty Girl, Wooten also launched Pretty Girl Publishing as an alternative to his Stylecraft division. The Pretty Girl label was intended for Wooten's "favorite" femaly country singers.

45-8167: Sherry Pierce - How Can I Fight What I Can't See / My Son's Last Mission (1968)
45-8168:
45-8169: Sherry Pierce - Four Letter Words / I Shouldn't Wear White (1968)
45-8170:  
45-8171: Laurie Hunt - Dear Heart - L-O-V-E / The Shadow of Your Smile - Mama (1968)
45-8172: Bonita Stevens - All Girl Band / Little Bitty Cry (1968)
45-8173:
45-8174: Marianne Miller - Crashing the Grand Ole Opry / Walk Thru This World with Me (1968)
45-8175:
45-8176:
45-8177: LeAnne Mack - The Truth of Billy Joe / Dirty Faced Angel (1969)
45-8178: LeAnne Mack - Pieces of My World / Just One More Time (1969)
45-8179:
45-8180:
45-8181: Tina Mari - Don't Lock Your Heart Up / The Love Bug Bit Again (1969)
45-8182:
45-8183:
45-8184:
45-8185:
45-8186:
45-8187:
45-8188: Elizabeth Hardison - Lady Talking Blues / My Little Home Town
45-8189:
45-8190: Joyce Lynn - Pieces of My World / One More Time (1971)
45-8191:
45-8192:
45-8193: Ruth Hartman - The Worlds Greatest Man / It's Like Heaven Here on Earth Loving You (1972)
45-8194:
45-8195: 
45-8196: Helen Jean - Why Don't the Eskimoes Peek / Mommy for Christmas (1972)

2 comments:

Unknown said...

I have a copy of 45-8169, Sherry Pierce , Four Letter Words b/w I Shouldn't Wear White

Anonymous said...

Just landed a copy of 8188, Elizabeth Hardison, "Lady Talking Blues"/"My Little Home Town".
White label, writing and wear on label. There's writing on the label, that says "Liz Hardison".
Might be difficult to know if it's an authentic autograph.