Gerri Diamond – Mama You Forgot – HBR


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Geraldine Broadstock started performing as a young teen in southern Ohio clubs and was given her stage name by the owner of the Guys and Dolls in Newport, Kentucky. She was spotted by Bud Reneau of  “Saxony” records who arranged some recordings that were unreleased until about 30 years after. She then signed for “Counterpart” records, who leased  “Give Up On Love” to “HBR” records, predating the start of the proper Counterpart label. Her second 45 was the first “Counterpart” records release, recording two more for the label. She didn’t seem to release any more records, but continued as a performer until the 1990’s when she moved to Florida. This disc from 1965