Saturday, February 2, 2019

Freddy Karl and the Jades (J H N)

I am aware of at least two 45's that were released by Freddy Karl and the Jades. The first which I have never heard was on the Suave Record Label in 1964. Interesting is that Roy Head And The Traits also released their haunting Texas blues ballad "Pain" on Suave that same year. The other record was on the JHN. The numbers and symbols in the dead wax shows that it is a Monarch Pressing also from 1964 . The Band's "Ain't That Loving You Baby" has a fast moving beat with harp. Love it.
                                                                    Ain't That Loving You Baby


  1. great to see you're back mate (I love all tzracks you've posted recently). does ths mean the long pause is over and I better prepare for "Atzyxfacts inWax #5"?

  2. Hi.Just needed to take a break from posting for a awhile. I still like looking and digging up the old vinyl records. Its a hobby I enjoy, it's my the blood. Maybe my post of these obscure records will stir conversation and bring enjoyment to other people. Most of all I just want to remember the artist who created the music. This is how it should be. It's all about them. To answer your question "Yes" As the year proceeds I am hoping to post several 45's of lesser know bands, mostly from the 1960's. As always thank you for your comments. I hope you have a good day.

    1. keep on digging mate! (that was your pal Michaelvee from Milano)... I'll prepare for Artyfacts #6 !!!