Stop Overlooking Me, The Cairos (1966)
Founded in 1964, folded in 1967, Shrine Records is considered the rarest of the soul labels.
“Miss Ray, Barry Gordy‘s second wife, started Shrine Records with her new hubby after both bounced from Motown. Shrine (located in D.C.) issued the peppy “Stop Overlooking Me” b/w “Don’t Fight It” in 1966; it flopped just like the other 18 singles bearing the Shrine logo.”
Possibly the best “About Me” page I’ve read.
About those numbers:
The article includes data that refutes its own headline.
[Top image of a Keith Richards dried apple head cropped from here.]