The studio was owned and operated by Jerry Milam in South Pekin, Illinois.
*The Third Booth single was reissued on Independence (ND-86). The title of "Sound, Inc" was changed to "I Need Love."
|834G-1001||Eddie Green||Life Turned Her That Way / I Thought I Heard You Calling My Name||1967|
|834G-0201||The Fugitives||Under My Thumb / Show Me||1967|
|834G-0217||The Changing Times||Big Boss Man / You Keep Me Hanging On||1967|
|834G-2628||The Holidays||It's Soul (Music) / I'm The One (Who Really Loves You)||1968|
|834G-2706||Eddie Green||Public Domain / Till My Hair Turned Gray||1968|
|834G-3269||Gene Gullette||Teach Me / Linda Lou||1968|
|834G-3271 *||The Third Booth||Sound, Inc. / Mysteries||1968|
|834G-3813||Phyllis Fabry||By The Bend In The River / Love Letters Straight From the Heart||1967|
|834G-3986||Forty Second Street Auxiliary Choir||Springtime Feeling / You Ask Why||1968|
|834G-4077||Inner Sanctum||Can't Make It Without You / Times Are Getting Better||1968|
|834G-5109||East Side Blues||Tell Everyone That You See / East Side Theme||1967|