Some tracks have been recorded at the Stax studios during the "blue" era (1959 to 1968), although they were not issued on the Stax label or its subsidiaries. Some are well known, notably the tracks for Atlantic or Atco (Wilson Pickett, Arthur Conley, Don Covay, Sam & Dave but also Ted Taylor), there are also the well known Elvis Presley tracks but there were too some smaller southern labels. You will find underneath the Sound Stage 7 listing of all the titles recorded at the Stax studio with Booker T. & The MG's and The Mar-Keys. More obscure labels have yet to be investigated. At least, one is audibly certain : Danny White's "Keep My Woman Home" / "I'm Dedicating My Life" on Atlas 1257 (A and B sides). There were possibilities for other Danny White singles on Frisco, but recent informations from Ace say that it was recorded at Hi. There are some other possibilities such as some Billy Lee Riley recordings on Sun and at least some Goldwax (see underneath or other Memphis productions Also some other outtakes by Lattimore Brown on Sound Stage 7.
It is also known that Isaac Hayes and David Porter or Steve Cropper produced records on other labels such as Minit but they were not recorded at Stax with Stax musicians. Every informations on what seems the most difficult part of the Stax story to trace out are very welcomed.


1257   Keep My Woman Home                          Danny White (1964)
       I'm Dedicating My Life


2549   I Know Your Heart Has Been Broken           Roscoe Shelton (1964)
       You're Such A Good Thing 
2550   Sometimes You Have To Cry                   Sam Baker (1964)
       Something Tells Me
2552   What Made You Change Your Mind              Bobby King (1964)
       Let Me Come On Home
2553   I'm Not Through Loving You                  Lattimore Brown (1964)
       I've Got Everything (My Baby Needs)

Note : also "Don't Trust No One" by Lattimore Brown (previously unissued), "Let Me Be The One" (same track as "I Know Your Heart Has Been Broken" from SS7 #2549, omit girls choirs and longer length) and "I Can't Help Myself" (same track as "You're Such A Good Thing" on SS7 #2549) by Roscoe Shelton.