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The Wallace “Brothers” were allegedly cousins, comprising Johnny Simon and Ervin Wallace from Atlanta, Georgia and started their recording career in 1963 on the local “Royal” records, which was then rereleased on Russell Sims “Sims” records, where they recorded more 45’s and sales were good enough to justify an album on the label in May 1964. When “Sims” records finished in 1968 they signed for “Jewel” records before splitting with Johnny Simon staying in the business for another couple of years as a member of The Naturals. This disc from 1965 is in EXCELLENT condition, worth checking out the flip too
Faith / I’ll let nothing separate me ~ ROYAL 127 / SIMS 158 (1963)
Precious words / You’re mine ~ SIMS 174 (1964)
Love me like I love you / Lover’s prayer ~ SIMS 189 (1964)
Go on girl / One way affair ~ SIMS 220 (1965)
I’ll step aside / Hold my hurt for a while ~ SIMS 229 (1965)
No more / Darlin’ I love you so ~ SIMS 248 (1965)
Srepping stone / Girl’s all right with me ~ SIMS 304 (1966)
Talking about my baby / These arms of mine ~ SIMS 311 (1967)
Line between love and hate / Thanks a lot ~ SIMS 316 (1967)
My baby’s gone / I stayed away too long ~ JEWEL 800 (1968)
My mother-in-law / Woman hang your head in shame ~ JEWEL 804 (1969)
I need someone / Airborne shuffle ~ JEWEL 792 (1969)
Soul soul and more soul ~ SIMS LP 128
Soul Connection ~ SUE UK LP 950
1. The complete Wallace Bros Sims recordings are on the Ace UK CD “Lover’s Prayer” (CDKEND 128), and “I Need Someone” can be found on the Fuel 2000 CD (N 302 061 145 2) “Deep Soul Vol. One – From Chicago To Shreveport”.
2. The artists on Walbro are different from this set of Wallace Brothers.
Thanks to Pete Nickols for the CD info.