Flair Records

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Flair Records was an American record label owned by the Bihari brothers, launched in the early 1950s. It was a subsidiary of Modern Records. Its most famous artist was Elmore James, who released ten singles with this label (as listed below).

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • 1953: "Early in the Morning" b/w "Hawaiian Boogie" (Flair 1011)
  • 1953: "???" b/w "???" (Flair 1012)
  • 1953: "???" b/w "???" (Flair 1013)
  • 1953: "Can't Stop Lovin'" b/w "Make a Little Love" (Flair 1014)
  • 1953: "???" b/w "???" (Flair 1015)
  • 1953: "???" b/w "???" (Flair 1016)
  • 1953: "???" b/w "???" (Flair 1017)
  • 1953: "???" b/w "???" (Flair 1018)
  • 1953: "???" b/w "???" (Flair 1019)
  • 1953: "???" b/w "???" (Flair 1020)
  • 1953: "???" b/w "???" (Flair 1021)
  • 1953: "Please Find My Baby" b/w "Strange Kinda' Feeling" (Flair 1022)
  • 1954: "Hand in Hand" b/w "Make My Dreams Come True" (Flair 1031)
  • 1954: "Sho Nuff I Do" b/w "1839 Blues" (Flair 1039)
  • 1954: "Dark and Dreary" b/w "Rock My Baby Right" (Flair 1048 [78])
  • 1954: "Sunny Land" b/w "Standing at the Crossroads" (Flair 1057)
  • 1955: "Late Hours at Midnight" b/w "The Way You Treat Me" (Flair 1062)
  • 1955: "Happy Home" b/w "No Love in My Heart" (Flair 1069)
  • 1955: "Dust My Blues" b/w "I Was A Fool" (Flair 1074)

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