INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS DISCOGRAPHY


45s     LPs     Label Story




IA 45 Discography 
compiled by Andrew Brown & Pete Buesnel




101 THE COASTLINERS [Baytown]
AG6101 Alright (Ross-Vanadore) 
AG6102 Wonderful You (Fred Carroll)
Arr. and Produced by Fred Carroll 
October 1965


102 TOM HARVEY [Houston]
LH-2269 It Happens (Tom Harvey) 
LH-2270 If You Loved Me (Tom Harvey)
Feb 1966


103 JOHNNY WILLIAMS [unknown]
LH-2187 Honey Child (Malone) 
LH-2188 Another Love (L. O'Keefe-J. Wright)
Jan 1966


104 FRANKIE LEE [unknown]
LH-2263 Another Love (J. Wright-L. O'Keefe)
LH-2264 I Love the Go Go Girls (J. Wright-L. O'Keefe)
Feb 1966

105 KATHY CLARKE [unknown]
LH-2332 My Summer Prayer (Walt Andrus) 
LH-2333 Little Girl Called Sad (J. Wright)
Produced by Ken Skinner (a) Arr. by Walt Andrus (b) Arr. by Glen Spreen
March 1966


106 TOM HARVEY [Houston]
LH-2378 So Ah In Ah Love (Tom Harvey) 
LH-2379 My Heart is There (Tom Harvey)
March/April 1966


107 THE THIRTEENTH FLOOR ELEVATORS [Austin]
LH-2176 You're Gonna Miss Me (Roky Erickson) 
LH-2177 Tried to Hide (Tommy Hall-Stacy Sutherland)
May 1966
NOTE: IA 107 is a reissue of Contact 5269 (Jan '66).


108 STERLING DAMON (aka MEL DOUGLAS)  [Houston]
LH-2447 Rejected (M.D. Gilmore) 
LH-2448 My Last Letter (M.D. Gilmore)
Produced by Ken Skinner; blue label
May, 1966
NOTE: There are two pressings of IA 108, with different mixes of both sides. The first pressing is shown above. Second pressings are on yellow and green labels, have credit line "Arranged by Walt Andrus," and the LH matrixes are replaced by IA matrixes (IA-108-A/B).


109 DISCIPLES OF SHAFTESBURY  [Houston]
IA-2000; R-662 My Cup is Full (Ben Kitchen-Richard Lasser) 
IA-2001; R-663 Times Gone By (Ben Kitchen-Richard Lasser)
Arr. by Bill Gannon; Produced by Lelan Rogers
1966


110 THURSDAYS' CHILDREN  [Houston]
IA-2002; R-664 Air Conditioned Man (Jan Pedersen-Pat Sullivan) 
IA-2003; R-665 Dominoes (Jan Pedersen-Pat Sullivan)
Produced by Gordon Bynum
Oct 1966



111 THE THIRTEENTH FLOOR ELEVATORS [Austin]
IA-2004; R-666 Reverberation (Doubt) (Tommy Hall-Stacy Sutherland) 
IA-2009; R-693 Fire Engine (Tommy Hall-Stacy Sutherland)
Produced by Lelan Rogers 
Oct 1966


112 FRANKIE AND JOHNNY (aka SCOTT HOLTZMAN and K.T. OSLIN)  [Houston]
ZP45-311 Sweet Thang (Nat Stucky) 
Music Track
(a) Produced by Ray Rush
1966



113 THE 13th FLOOR ELEVATORS [Austin]
IA-2012 I've Got Levitation (Tommy Hall-Stacy Sutherland) 
IA-2013 Before You Accuse Me (Bo Diddley)
Produced by Lelan Rogers
Feb 1967 
NOTE: Promo copies list A-side title as "Levitation."


114 THE CHAYNS [San Antonio]
SJW-8771 Live with the Moon (Myles Wells) 
SJW-8771 Night Time (Feldstein)
Feb/Mar 1967
NOTE: IA 114 is a reissue of Alamo Audio no #.



115 THURSDAY'S CHILDREN [Houston]
IA-2014 Help, Murder, Police (Jan Pedersen) 
IA-2015 You Can Forget About That (Jan Pedersen-Stephen Brown)
c.March 1967



116 BILLY WADE McKNIGHT 
IA-2016 I Need Your Lovin' (Billy McKnight) 
IA-2017 Trouble's Comin' On (Billy McKnight)
Produced by Steve Wright-Curtis Kirk; 1967


117 FRANKIE (Kay) AND JOHNNY (Scott) Produced by Ray Rush [Houston]
IA-2018 Right String, Baby (But the Wrong Yo-Yo) (P. Red) 1967
IA-2019 A Present of the Past (Scott Holtzman-Vivian Holtzman-Frank Davis)


118 JIMMY ROGERS  [Houston]
IA-2020 Hopeless Love (David Allen Stitch) 
IA-2021 Jimmy's Blue (David Allen Stitch)
Produced by Lelan Rogers
1967


119 THE CHAYNS [San Antonio]
IA-2022 There's Something Wrong (In This Place) (Myles Wells) 
IA-2023 See It Thru (Myles Wells)
Produced by Lelan Rogers 
1967


Lost & Found, Houston's premier space cadets

120 LOST & FOUND [Houston]
IA-2024 Forever Lasting Plastic Words (James Harrell) 
IA-2025 Everybody's Here (James Harrell)
Produced by Lelan Rogers 
late 1967
NOTE: Labels contain notation "From IA LP #3 'Forever Lasting Plastic Words'."


121 THE 13th FLOOR ELEVATORS [Austin]
IA-2026 She Lives (In a Time of Her Own) (Tommy Hall-Roky Erickson) 
IA-2027 Baby Blue (Dylan)
Produced by Lelan Rogers 
late 1967
NOTE: Labels contain notation "From IA LP #5 Easter Everywhere."



122 THE 13th FLOOR ELEVATORS [Austin]
IA-2028 Slip Inside This House (Tommy Hall-Roky Erickson) 
IA-2029 Splash 1 (Clementine Hall-Roky Erickson)
Produced by Lelan Rogers 
Feb 1968
NOTE: Label to A-side contains notation "Edited version from IA LP #5 Easter Everywhere." Label to B-side contains notation "From IA LP #1."

123 BEAUREGARD Arranged and Produced by Fred Carroll [unknown]
IA-2030 Popcorn Popper (BeauRegard) 
IA-2031 Mama Never Taught Me How to Jelly Roll (BeauRegard)
1968



124 THE RUBAYYAT Produced by Fred Carroll [Austin-San Antonio]
IA-2032 If I Were a Carpenter (Tim Hardin) 
IA-2033 Ever, Ever Land (J. Lewis-B. Hallmark-D. Galindo)
1968


125 LOST & FOUND [Houston]
IA-2034 When Will You Come Through (Peter Black) 
IA-2035 Professor Black (George Banks-Peter Black-James Harrell)
Produced by Fred Carroll
1968



126 THE 13th FLOOR ELEVATORS [Austin]
IA-2037 May the Circle Remain Unbroken (Roky Erickson) 
IA-2040 I'm Gonna Love You Too (J. Mauldin-N. Sullivan-N. Petty)
Fall 1968


127 LIGHTNIN' HOPKINS [Houston]
IA-2038 Mr. Charlie (L. Hopkins) 
IA-2039 Baby Child (Billy Bizor-Manse Rubenstein)
Fall 1968
NOTE: Labels contain notation "From IA LP #6 Free Form Patterns."


128 THE BUBBLE PUPPY [Austin]
IA-2041 Hot Smoke & Sasafrass (Rod Prince-Roy Cox) 
IA-2042 Lonely (Rod Prince-Roy Cox)
Nov/Dec 1968
NOTE: First pressings of IA 128 do not have a production credit. Later pressings credit Ray Rush as producer.


129 ENDLE ST. CLOUD IN THE RAIN [Houston]
IA-2043 Tell Me One More Time (What's Happening to Our World) (Alan Melinger) 
IA-2044 Quest for Beauty (Alan Melinger)
Produced by Ray Rush 
early 1969



130 THE 13th FLOOR ELEVATORS [Austin]
IA-2045-1B Livin' On (Stacy Sutherland-Tommy Hall) 
IA-2046-1B Scarlet and Gold (Stacy Sutherland)
Produced by Ray Rush 
early 1969
NOTE: Labels contain notation "From their forthcoming IA Album #9..."



131 SONNY HALL [Houston]
IA-2047 Poor Planet Earth (Morris Hall) 
IA-2048 The Battle of the Moon (Morris Hall)
1969



132 THE SHAYDS [Houston]
IA-2049 Bring Your Love (S. Bailey) 
IA-2050 Search the Sun (S. Bailey)
1969


133 THE BUBBLE PUPPY [Austin]
IA-2051 Beginning (Rod Prince-Roy Cox) 
IA-2053 If I Had a Reason (Cox-Corbin)
Produced by Ray Rush
1969


134 ENDLE ST. CLOUD [Houston]
IA-2056-2 This is Love 9/25/69
IA-2057-3 Professor Black
NOTE: IA 134 exists as a test pressing only.



135 not used


136 THE BUBBLE PUPPY [Austin]
IA-690803-RR-M Days of Our Time (Rod Prince-Roy Cox) 
IA-690804-RR-M Thinkin' About Thinkin' (Cox-Corbin)
Produced by Ray Rush 
Fall 1969


137 SHAYDE [Houston]
IA-69084-M A Profitable Dream (no credit) 
IA-690805-M Third Number (no credit)
late 1969


138 BUBBLE PUPPY [Austin]
7049RR Hurry Sundown (Rod Prince-Roy Cox) 
7049FC What Do You See (Rod Prince-Roy Cox)
Produced by Fred Carroll
1969/70


139 ENDLE  [Houston]
S-5373 She Wears It Like a Badge (D. Potter-Alan Melinger) 
S-5374 Laughter (Peter Black)
Produced by Fred Carroll
1970


140 not used


141 ARNIM-HAMILTON [unknown]
S-5371 Pepperman (Paul Hamilton) 
S-5372 Walkin' Midnight Coffee Break (Charles Arnim)
Produced by Robert Steffek 
1970


142 GINGER VALLEY [Corpus Christi]
7048FC Ginger (Edward Clifton-Jon Kenney) 
7048FC Country Life (Rick Mauch-Jon Kenney)
Produced by Fred Carroll; pressed on green vinyl
1970




Modest royalty check for Thursdays' Children songwriter Jan Pedersen


Note I: the promo variants in the I A 45 catalog are numerous, using different color combinations on the label. A more detailed discography of the 13th Floor Elevators releases can be found here, while a very detailed discography of the many "You're Gonna Miss Me" variants is here.

Note II: the city listed in brackets after the artists' name represents where the artist was located at the approximate time of their single. They may have been located elsewhere at earlier or later times.


 

IA LP Discography 
compiled by Patrick Lundborg


#1 13TH FLOOR ELEVATORS  [Austin]
"Psychedelic Sounds Of"
Mono; Mono promo; Stereo
Produced by Lelan Rogers
November 1966



#2 RED CRAYOLA [Houston]
"The Parable Of Arable Land"
Mono; Stereo
Produced by Lelan Rogers
1967



#3 LOST & FOUND [Houston]
"Everybody's Here"
Stereo; Stereo promo
Produced by Lelan Rogers
1967


#4 GOLDEN DAWN [Austin]
"Power Plant"
Stereo; Stereo promo
Produced by Lelan Rogers
1968 (early)
Note: recorded in July 1967



#5 13TH FLOOR ELEVATORS [Austin]
"Easter Everywhere"
Stereo; Stereo promo; Mono; Mono promo
Produced by Lelan Rogers
November 1967



#6 LIGHTNIN' HOPKINS [Houston]
"Free Form Patterns"
Stereo; Stereo promo
Produced by Lelan Rogers
1968
Note: the first cover design shows a color drawing of Hopkins; this was soon replaced by an abstract title sleeve.



#7 RED KRAYOLA [Houston]
"God Bless The Red Krayola And All Who Sail With It"
Stereo; Stereo promo
Produced by Red Krayola
1968



#8 13TH FLOOR ELEVATORS [Austin]
"Live"
Stereo; Stereo promo
circa August 1968



#9 13TH FLOOR ELEVATORS [Austin]
"Bull Of The Woods"
Stereo; Stereo promo
Produced by Ray Rush
1969 (early)



#10 BUBBLE PUPPY [Austin]
"A Gathering Of Promises"
Stereo; Stereo promo
Produced by Ray Rush
1969



#11 DAVE ALLEN [Houston]
"Color Blind"
Stereo
Produced by Ray Rush
1969



#12 ENDLE ST CLOUD [Houston]
"Thank You Very Much"
Stereo; Stereo promo
Produced by Fred Carroll
1970


Related Albums

THE BOYLES BROTHERS (IA 6801)
"Introducing"
This 1968 LP from a local lounge act is assumed to be an IA custom pressing.

V.A "INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS" (Box 1, 12 LPs)
Box-set reissue of all 12 IA albums, 1979. The individual albums are reproduced in a fairly faithful manner, and can sometimes be mistaken for originals. However, the dead wax for all box set reissues shows a matrix number beginning 'A Ch...", unlike any of the original 60s pressings.

V.A "EPITAPH FOR A LEGEND" (IA #13, 2 LPs)
A retrospective double album from Lelan Rogers' revived IA label, 1980.





Patrick Lundborg, 2007-2008




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