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King Records Long Play Discography

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A few Federal label long plays are presented proceeding the King Discography

King LP  1 – Various Artists – “Vintage Vault Collector’s Series”

King LP 17 – Errol Garner – “Piano Stylist”

King LP 36 – Bill Doggett – “Hot Doggett”

King LP 72 – Earl Bostic – “And His Alto Sax”

King LP 74 – Tiny Bradshaw – “Tiny Bradshaw”

King LP 77 – Earl Bostic – “And His Alto Sax”

King LP 105 – Noy Gordonisky – “Gypsy Melodies”

 

King LP  179 – Los Andrinis – “Typical Latin Melodies”

King LP 219 – The Noblemen – “A Presentation of Original Compositions”

King LP 239 – The Berlin Symphony Orchestra – “Brahms Symphony No. 4”

King LP 256 – Rudolph Schock – “Tenor Arias”

 

King LP 500 – Earl Bostic – “The Best of Bostic”

Variation

King LP 501 – Tiny Bradshaw – “Tiny Bradshaw”

King LP 502 – Bill Doggett – “Moon Dust”

King LP 503 – Bill Doggett – “For You”

King LP 506 – Eddie Lockjaw Davis – “Modern Jazz Expressions”

King LP 507 – Ruth Wallis – “House Party”

King LP 508 – Bill Jennings – “Mood Indigo”

King LP 510 – Various Artists –  “Jazz For Happy Feet”

King LP 513 – Various Artists – “All Star Rock and Roll Revue”

King LP 514 – Bill Doggett – “Hot Doggett”

King LP 515 – Earl Bostic – “Altotude”

King LP 516 – The Dell Staton Trio – “Showcase”

King LP 522 – Borrah Minevitch and His Harmonica Rascals

King LP 523 – Bill Doggett – “As You Desire Me”

King LP 525 – Earl Bostic – “Dance Time”

King LP 526 – Eddie Lockjaw Davis – “Jazz With a Horn”

King LP 527 – Bill Jennings Leo Parker Quintet – “Billy In the Lion’s Den”

King LP 528 – Various Artists – “After Hours”

King LP 529 – Earl Bostic – “Let’s Dance”

King LP 531 – Bill Doggett – “Honky Tonk” –

King LP 532 – Bill Doggett – “Dame Dreaming With”

King LP 533 – Bill Doggett – “A Salute to Ellington”

King LP 535 – The Ink Spots – “Something Old Something New”

King LP 536 – Various Artists – “Rock ‘N Roll Dance Party”

King LP 539 – Roland Kirk – “Triple Threat”

King LP 541 – Hank Ballard and the Midnighters – “Their Greatest Juke Box Hits”

Variation

King LP 542 – Lorez – “This Is”

King LP 543 – Charlie Ventura – “Adventure With Charlie”

King LP 545 – Paul Renard – “Dance Music for Mom and Dad”

King LP 547 – Earl Bostic – “Invitation To Dance”

King LP 557 – Bill Doggett – “Doggett Beat”

King LP 558 – Earl Bostic – “C’Mon and Dance With”

King LP 559 – Clyde McPhatter with Billy Ward and His Dominoes

King LP 561 – The Johnny Pate Trio Plus Three – “Jazz Goes Ivy League”

King LP 563 – Bill Doggett – “Candle Glow”

King LP 564 – Little Willie John – “Fever”

King LP 565 – Lorez – “Sings Prez – A Tribute to Lester Young”

King LP 566 – Eddie Lockjaw Davis – “Jazz with a Beat”

King LP 569 – Bubber Johnson – “Come Home”

King LP 570 – Otis Williams and His Charms – “Sing Their All-Time Hits”

King LP 571 – Earl Bostic – “Rocks – Hits of the Swing Age”

King LP 580 – The 5 Royales – “Dedicated to You”

King LP 581 – The Midnighters – “Volume 2”

King LP 582 – Bill Doggett – “Swingin’ Easy With”

King LP 583 – Earl Bostic – “Bostic Showcase of Swinging Dance Hits”

King LP 584 – Johnnie Pate – “Dance Beat for The Ivy League”

King LP 593 – Steve Lawrence

King LP 595 – Bonnie Lou – “Sings!”

King LP 596 – Little Willie John – “Talk To Me”

King LP 597 – Earl Bostic – “Alto Magic in Hi-Fi”

King LP 598 – Bob Kames – “Golden Years In Hi-Fi”

King LP 599 – Eddie Lockjaw Davis – “Big Beat Jazz”

King LP 600 – Bill Doggett – “Holiday Greetings”

King LP 601 – Bob Kames – “Good Songs Rare Wine Live Forever”

King LP 602 – Earl Bostic – “Plays Sweet Tunes of the Fantastic 50s”

King LP 603 – Little Willie John – “Mister”

King LP 604 – Lulu Reed – “Blue and Moody”

King LP 605 – Ivory Joe Hunter – “Sings Sixteen of His Greatest Hits”

King LP 606 – Eddie Davis – “Uptown”

King LP 607 – Roy Brown and Wynonie Harris – “Battle of the Blues”

King LP 608 – The Harold Baker Quartet – “The Broadway Beat”

King LP 609 – Bill Doggett – “Hold It!”

King LP 610 – James Brown and His Famous Flames – “Please Please Please”

King LP 611 – Johnny Pate – “A Date With Johnny Pate”

King LP 613 – Earl Bostic – “Dance Music From the Bostic Workship”

King LP 614 – Otis Williams and His Charms – “This Is”

King LP 616 – The 5 Royales – “Sing For You”

King LP 618 – Hank Ballard and the Midnighters – “Singin’ and Swingin’ The Twist”

King LP 620 – Earl Bostic – “Plays Sweet Tunes of the Roaring 20’s”

King LP 622 – Little Esther – “Memory Lane – The Best Songs Ever Recorded”

King LP 623 – Dick Stable – “Dancing on the Sunset Strip”

King LP 624 – Bubber Johnson – “Sings Sweet Love Songs”

King LP 626 – Johnny Scat Davis – “Here’s Lookin At’Cha”

King LP 627 – Wynonie Harris and Roy Brown – “Battle of the Blues”

King LP 629 – Donnie Elbert – “The Sensational Donnie Elbert Sings”

King LP 631 – Luis Rivera and Doc Bagby – “Battle of the Organs”

King LP 632 – Earl Bostic – “Swinging 30s”

King LP 633 – Bill Doggett – “High and Wide”

King LP 634 – Eddie Vinson and Jimmy Witherspoon – “Battle of the Blues”

King LP 635 – James Brown & His Famous Flames – “Try Me!”

King LP 637 – Eddie Davis – “This and That”

King LP 640 – Earl Bostic – “Sentimental 40s”

King LP 641 – Earl Bostic – “Big City Dance Party With”

King LP 642 – The Ink Spots – “Songs That Will Live Forever”

King LP 644 – Guy Mitchell – “Sincerely Yours”

King LP 650 – Big J – “In 3-D”

King LP 651 – The Platters – “The Platters”

King LP 652 – Bob Kames – “Yesterday’s Memories Tomorrow’s Dreams”

King LP 653 – Tiny Bradshaw – “A Tribute to the Late – The Great Composer”

King LP 654 – Various Artists – “Rock N’ Roll Review Volume Two”

King LP 655 – Sonny Thompson – “Mellow Blues for the Late, Late Hours”

King LP 657 – Lorez – “The Band Swings Lorez Sings”

King LP 658 – Todd Rhodes – “Dance Music That Hits the Spot!”

King LP 659 – Ruby Wright – “For the Evening Hours”

King LP 661 – Joe Howard – “The Golden Sound Of”

King LP 662 – Earl Bostic – “Musical Pearls By”

King LP 667 – Bill Doggett – “On Tour”

King LP 668 – Eddie Cleanhead Vinson/Roy Brown/Wynonie Harris – “Battle of the Bands”

King LP 671 – Cecil Grant – “The Late”

King LP 673 – Cozy Cole – “Dance Music For the Whole Crowd”

King LP 674 – Hank Ballard and His Midnighters – “The One and Only”

King LP 676 – Lorez Alexander – “The Sensational Voice Of”

King LP 678 – The Five Royales – “The Five Royales”

King LP 680 – Various Artists – “Merry Christmas”

King LP 683 – James Brown and His Famous Flames – “Think!”

King LP 684 – Gatemouth Moore – “Sings Blues”

King LP 688 – The Five Keys – “The Five Keys”

King LP 692 – The Five Keys – “Rhythm and Blues Hits – Past and Present”

King LP 694 – Lennie Wilson – “Music For Romantic Moments”

King LP 696 – Bob Kames – “A Hawaiian Party”

King LP 700 – Hank Ballard and the Midnighters – “Mr. Rhythm and Blues”

King LP 704 – Kokomo Wellington – “The Sophisticate of The Piano”

King LP 705 – Earl Bostic – “Big Broadway Shows”

King LP 706 – Bill Doggett – “For Reminiscent Lovers”

King LP 707 – Etta Jones – “Sings”

King LP 709 – Iriving Fields – “Live It Up!”

King LP 711 – Charlie Kehrer – “Meet and Dance”

King LP 715 – The Wendell Hawkins Trio – “Mr. Hawkins at the Piano”

King LP 716 – The Al Belletto Sextet – “The Big Sound”

King LP 717 – Lynn Hope – “The Maharaja of the Saxophone”

King LP 723 – Bill Doggett – “Back With More”

King LP 727 – John Lee Hooker – “Sings Blues”

King LP 732 – Gwen Bari – “Sings Intimate Love Songs”

King LP 733 – Billy Ward and His Dominoes – “A Selected Group of Standard Songs”

King LP 735 – Champion Jack Dupree – “Sings the Blues”

King LP 737 – Various Artists – “Hit Makers Record Breakers”

King LP 739 – Little Willie John – “Sure Things”

King LP 740 – Hank Ballard and the Midnighters – “Spotlight On”

King LP 743 – James Brown – “The Always Amazing”

King LP 748 – Hank Ballard and the Midnighters – “Let’s Go Again”

King LP 749 – Various Artists – “24 Great Songs 24 Great Artists”

King LP 755 – Redd Foxx – “X-Rated” Volume Five

King LP 758 – Yves Montand – “Paris”

King LP 759 – Hank Ballard and The Midnighters – “Dance Along”

King LP 762 – Freddy King – “Sings”

King LP 767 – Little Willie John – “The Hot The Teenage Beat”

King LP 768 – Bob Kames – “Happy Holidays From”

King LP 770 – Charlie Kehrer – “House Party”

King LP 771 – James Brown – “Jump Around Pure Dynamite”

King LP 773 – Freddy King – “Let’s Hide Away and Dance Away With”

King LP 775 – Charles Brown – “Sings Christmas Songs”

King LP 777 – Various Artists – “Boy-Girl-Boy”

King LP 778 – Bill Doggett – “The Many Moods”

King LP 779 – Smokey Smothers – “Sings the Backporch Blues”

King LP 780 – James Brown and His Famous Flames – “Good, Good, Twistin'”

King LP 781 – Hank Ballard and the Midnighters – “The Twistin’ Fools”

King LP 783 – Bob Kames – “Show Stoppers”

King LP 786 – Earl Bostic – “By Popular Demand”

King LP 790 – Professor Douglas Knuckles O’Rourke – “Play Corn with Corns on Every Finger”

King LP 792 – Various Artists – “Forgotten Million Sellers Taken From the Vaults”

King LP 793 – Hank Ballard and the Midnighters – “Jumpin'”

King LP 799 – Mexie Marlowe – “Meet”

King LP 802 – Little Willie John – “At A Recording Session”

King LP 804 – James Brown and His Famous Flames – “Tour the U.S.A.”

King LP 815 – Hank Ballard and the Midnighters – “The 1963 Sound Of”

King LP 818 – The Hi-Lites – “Suttmiller’s Presents”

King LP 819 – Various Artists – “A Carnival of Songs”

King LP 821 – Freddy King – “Bossa Nova and Blues”

King LP 826 – James Brown – “The Apollo Theater Presents In Person!” – #2 Billboard Hot 200 Charts – 1963

(Brown’s highest charting Long Play)

King LP 827 – Earl Bostic – “Plays Bossa Nova”

King LP 829 – The Hank Marr Trio – “Teentime”

King LP 830 – Bill Doggett – “Bossa Nova Style”

King LP 837 – Various Artists – “Giants  Organ Jazz”

King LP 838 – Earl Bostic – “Songs of the Fantastic 50’s Vol. 2”

King LP 839 – Mickey Baker – “Mickey Baker”

King LP 846 – Earl Bostic – “Jazz As I Feel It”

King LP 851 – James Brown – “Prisoner of Love” – #73 Billboard Hot 200 Charts – 1963

King LP 852 – Albert King – “The Big Blues”

King LP 856 – Freddy King – “Goes Surfin'”

King LP 857 – Johnny Guitar Watson – “Johnny Guitar Watson”

King LP 859 – Various Artists – “Turn Back the Clock”

King LP 863 – Trini Lopez – “Teenage Love Songs”

King LP 865 – The King Pins – “It Won’t Be This Way Always”

King LP 867 – Hank Ballard – “Biggest Hits”

King LP 868 – Various Artists – “Impressions”

King LP 878 – Charles Brown – “That Will Grip Your Heart”

King LP 881 – Earl Bostic – “The Best Of Earl Bostic Volume 2”

King LP 892 – Various Artists – “Look Who’s Surfin’ Now!”

King LP 883 – James Brown – “Pure Dynamite!” – #10 Billboard Hot 200 Charts – 1964

King LP 885 – Memphis Slim – “Taken From Our Vaults”

King LP 886 – The Impacs – “Impact!”

King LP 893 – Various Artists – “14 Hit Flashbacks from the Golden Group Era”

King LP 896 – Hank Ballard – “A Star In Your Eyes”

King LP 899 – The Hank Marr Quartette – “Live at the Club 502”

King LP 900 – Earl Bostic – “A New Sound”

King LP 903 – Paul Gray – “The Matter of”

King LP 909 – James Brown and His Famous Flames – “Please Please Please”

King LP 913 – Hank Ballard and the Midnighters – “Those Lazy, Lazy Days”

King LP 916 – The Impacs – “Week-End with the Impacs”

King LP 919 – James Brown – “The Unbeatable 16 Hits”

King LP 921 – Earl Bostic – “The Great Hits”

King LP 927 – Hank Ballard and His Midnighters – “Glad Songs, Sad Songs”

King LP 928 – Freddy King – “Gives You A Bonanza of Instrumentals”

King LP 933 – Hank Marr – “On and Off Stage”

King LP 935 – Joe Tex – “The Best Of”

King LP 938 – James Brown – “2 Million Sellers” – #26 Billboard Hot 200 Charts – 1965

King LP 946 – James Brown – “I Got You (I Feel Good)” – #36 Billboard Hot 200 Charts – 1966

King LP 947 – Earl Bostic – “Memorial To Earl Bostic”

King LP 947 – Earl Bostic – “24 Songs That Earl Loved the Most”

King LP 949 – Little Willie John – “Sings All Originals”

King LP 950 – Hank Ballard – “24 Hit Tunes”

King LP 952 – Billy Ward and His Dominoes – “24 Songs”

King LP 953 – Tiny Bradshaw – “24 Great Songs”

King LP 955 – The Five Royals – “24 All Hit Tunes”

King LP 956 – Roy Brown – “Sings 24 Hit Songs”

King LP 958 – Lonnie Johnson – “Sings 24 Twelve Bar Blues”

King LP 960 – Mister Johnson – “24 Great Songs”

King LP 961 – James Brown – “Instrumentals”

King LP 981 – Hank Ballard – “24 Great Songs In This Album”

King LP 985 – James Brown – “It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World” – #90 Billboard Hot 200 Charts – 1966

King LP 990 – Ruth Wallis – “Unbangi Me”

King LP 1004 – Various Artists – “24 Great Songs 24 Great Artists”

King LP 1007 – Various Artists – “24 All Time Great Christmas Songs”

King LP 1010 – James Brown – “Christmas Songs” – #13 Billboard Holiday Charts – 1966

King LP 1016 – James Brown – “Sings Raw Soul” – #88 Billboard Hot 200 Charts – 1967

King LP 1018 – James Brown – “Live At the Garden” – #41 Billboard Hot 200 Charts – 1967

King LP 1010 – James Brown – “Cold Sweat”

King LP 1020 – James Brown – “Cold Sweat” – #36 Billboard Hot 200 Charts – 1967

King LP 1022 – James Brown – “Live At the Apollo Volume II” – #32 Billboard Hot 200 Charts – 1968

King LP 1024 – James Brown – “Presents His Show of Tomorrow”

King LP 1025 – Hank Marr – “Sounds From the Marr-Ket Place”

King LP 1030 – James Brown – “I Can’t Stand Myself When You Touch Me” – #17 Billboard Hot 200 Charts – 1968

King LP 1031 – James Brown – “I Got the Feelin'” – #135 Billboard Hot 200 Charts – 1968

King LP 1034 – James Brown – “Nothing But Soul” – #150 Billboard Hot 200 Charts – 1968

King LP 1035 – Bob Kames – “And Many Exciting Sounds”

King LP 1038 – James Brown – “Thinking About Little Willie John and A Few Nice Things”

King LP 1040 – James Brown – “A Soulful Christmas” – #10 Billboard Holiday Charts – 1969

King LP 1047 – James Brown – “Say It Loud I’m Black and I’m Proud” – #53 Billboard Hot 200 Charts – 1969

King LP 1048 – Earl Bostic – “Harlem Nocturne”

King LP 1051 – James Brown – “Gettin’ Down To It” – #99 Billboard Hot 200 Charts – 1969

King LP 1055 – James Brown – “The Popcorn” – #40 Billboard Hot 200 Charts – 1969

King LP 1061 – Hank Marr – “Greasy Spoon”

King LP 1062 – Marva Whitney – “It’s My Thing”

King LP 1063 – James Brown – “It’s a Mother” – #26 Billboard Hot 200 Charts – 1969

King LP 1064 – Arthur Prysock – “The Country Side Of”

King LP 1066 – Arthur Prysock – “Where the Soul Trees Grow”

King LP 1071 – “Journey to the Moon – The Flight Of Apollo 11”

King LP 1072 – Redd Foxx – “Bare Facts”

King LP 1073 – Redd Foxx – “Pass the Apples Eve”

King LP 1074 – Redd Foxx – “In a Nutshell”

King LP 1075 – Hal Singer – “Paris Soul Food”

King LP 1078 – Bill Doggett – “Honky Tonk Popcorn”

King LP 1079 – Marva Whitney – “Live and Lowdown at the Apollo”

King LP 1081 – Little Willie John – “Free At Last”

King LP 1082 – Memphis Slim – “Messin’ Around with the Blues”

King LP 1083 – Lonnie Johnson – “Tomorrow Night”

King LP 1084 – Jack Dupree – “Blues For Everybody”

King LP 1086 – Wynonie Harris – “Good Rockin’ Blues”

King LP 1087 – Eddie Vinson – “Cherry Red Blues”

King LP 1088 – Arthur Prysock – “Fly My Love”

Variation

King LP 1092 – James Brown and the James Brown Band – “Ain’t It Funky” – #43 Billboard Hot 200 Charts – 1970

King LP 1095 – James Brown – “It’s A New Day So Let A Man Come In” – #121 – Billboard Hot 200 Charts – 1970

King LP 1097 – Bill Doggett – “The Nearness Of You”

King LP 1098 – Paul Howard and Ralph Willis – “Faded Picture Blues”

King LP 1100 – James Brown – “Soul On Top” – #125 Billboard Hot 200 Charts – 1970

King LP 1101 – Bill Doggett – “Ram Bunk Shush”

King LP 1104 – Bill Doggett – “Sentimental Mood”

King LP 1108 – Bill Doggett – “Soft”

King LP 1110 – James Brown – “Sho Is Funky Down Here” – #137 Billboard Hot 200 Charts – 1971

King LP 1115 – James Brown – “Sex Machine” – #29 Billboard Hot 200 Charts – 1970

King LP 1116 – Wayne Cochran – “Alive and Well”

King LP 1117 – Piano Red – “Happiness Is”

King LP 1118 – Bobby Byrd – “I Need Help”

King LP 1120 – David Anderson – “Children of the Mist”

King LP 1122 – Swampwater – “Swampwater”

King LP 1123 – The Establishment – “The Establishment”

King LP 1124 – James Brown – “Hey America Christmas”

King LP 1127 – James Brown – “Super Bad” – #61 Billboard Hot 200 Charts – 1971

King LP 1130 – Roy Brown – “Hard Luck Blues”

King LP 1133 – “Risky Blues”

King LP 1134 – Arthur Prysock – “Unforgettable”

King LP 1135 – Redd Foxx – “Matinee Idol”

King LP 1136 – Hank and Lewis Wickham with Johnny Daglkon

King LP 1139 – Robert Johnson – “Memorial”

King LP 1141 – Manuel Cascade – “Music of the Mountains”

King LP 1601 – Eddie Davis and Charlie Ventura – “In Stereo”

King LP 5001 – The Ink Spots – “18 Hits”

King LP 5002 – The Platters – “18 Hits”

King LP 5003 – Hank Ballard and the Midnighters – “20 Hits”

King LP 5004 – Little Willie John – “15 Hits”

King LP 5005 – The Dominoes – “14 Hits”

King LP 5008 – The Dominoes – “21 Hits”

King LP 5009 – Bill Doggett – “14 Hits”

King LP 5010 – Earl Bostic – “14 Hits”

King LP 5011 – “14 Hits”

King LP 5012 – Freddy King – “17 Hits”

King LP 5014 – The Five Royales – “17 Hits”

King LP 5015 – Otis Williams and His Charms – “16 Hits”

King LP 5019 – Charles Brown – “Please Come Home For Christmas”

King LP 16001 – Various Artists – “Old King Gold Volume 1”

King LP 16002 – Various Artists – “Old King Gold Volume 2”

King LP 16003 – Various Artists – “Old King Gold Volume 3”

King LP 16004 – Various Artists – “Old King Gold Volume 4”

King LP 16005 – Various Artists – “Old King Gold Volume 5”

King LP 16006 – Various Artists – “Old King Gold Volume 6”

King LP 16007 – Various Artists – “Old King Gold Volume 7”

King LP 16008 – Various Artists – “Old King Gold Volume 8”

King LP 16009 Various Artists – “Old King Gold Volume 9”

King LP 16010 Various Artists – “Old King Gold Volume 10”

Federal Record Label Long Play Discography

Most long plays associated with King were released on the King label – Federal releases were few.

Federal LP 90 – The Midnighters – “Their Greatest Hits”

Federal LP 510 – The Lamplighters – “The Best Of”

Federal LP 530 – Big Jay McNeeley – “In 3-D”

Federal LP 541 – The Midnighters – “Their Greatest Hits”

Variation

Federal LP 548 – Billy Ward and His Dominoes – “Featuring Clyde McPhatter”

Federal LP 549 – The Platters – “The Platters”

Federal LP 559 – Billy Ward and His Dominoes

Federal LP 565 – Lorez – “Sings Pres”

Federal LP 571 – The Midnighters – “Sing Their Greatest Hits”

LP 578 – Billy Ward and The Dominoes – “Featuring Jackie Wilson”

Federal LP – Johnny Pate – “Swingin’ Fluter”

Federal LP 1300 – Mickey Murray – “People Are Together”

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