Bobby Fulton founded “Soulville” Records in September 1967 with Toby Young, Jimmy Walker and Hulie Diggs and was conceived to fill the void for a gospel/soul record label in the Harrisburg and central Pennsylvania area. Jay-Walking was started as another attempt to get more radio airplay. Like many labels, Soulville found that DJs wouldn’t play every release by a specific label. It was named to honor Jimmy Walker who ironically would dissolve his partnership soon after the label was founded. Bobby also recorded a few tunes himself and this great piece of Crossover from 1977 comes with a picture bag and is in M – condition!!
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