The flip-side of Ric-Tic's first
label scan courtesy of
Also working on the
Joyce Webb release was famed Arranger, Sammy Lowe.
was born in Birmingham, Alabama in 1918 and had already
gained a world wide reputation for his Big Band
had also worked with The Platters on "My Prayer"
and with Sam Cooke and Nina Simone.
a year of the Ric-Tic release he was working with James
Brown on "Prisoner of Love", but his
greatest Soul Music achievement would come in 1966 with James Brown's "It's a Man's Man's Man's
with Leonard 's skills, I think Golden World
were showing that they had ambitions and the
fact that Joyce Webb would release something in the region
of ten 45's shows that she must
have been talented enough.
artist employed in the early days was Rocky Hart, who hailed from New England. He is credited
with at least four releases for various labels from
total of eight 45's would emerge in this first wave of Golden World
and Ric-Tic recordings.
Barbara DeCosta, Terry Warren and Leroy Smalley's
careers appear to have been brief.