This is an exceedingly rare, probably unreleased recording of Sure Nuff Good by Lewise Bethune, who recorded the highly collectible Chi-Town Boogaloo around the same time and went on a career (as Louise Bethune) as a backup singer.
This record is an example of what's commonly called an acetate record, though the correct term is lacquer disc, since it's a custom-cut recording on a lacquer surface. Lacquers (or again "acetates") are individually cut, and distributed in extremely small quantities for internal label business or advance publicity purposes and pre-date the master-cut that commercial records are pressed from. So this is your opportunity to own an exceptionally rare copy of a classic Northern Soul recording.
This record is a product of Tru-Glo-Town, an Afro-American-run R&B label and production company from Englewood, New Jersey in the 1960s. Please see our other auctions for rare Northern Soul recordings, promos and acetates related to Tru-Glo-Town.On Apr-30-18 at 12:44:05 PDT, seller added the following information:
Please note that the following sound clips from the record was made by a phone pointed at the stereo speakers (recorded mono), and the sound quality is not good. This is only for the purpose of letting bidders the idea of what the songs sound like.Powered by eCommercePlayer.com Powered by eCommercePlayer.com On Apr-30-18 at 12:57:20 PDT, seller added the following information:
The scratches that appear at upper left on the pictures are not on the record. They are the scratches on the scanner.