• Apart from black gospel, this label (which was run by Woody Richardson) also released country, pop and rock & roll. The label’s history is sort of a mystery but it seems the label has been active from the early 1960’s to the late 1980’s. All post-1970’s issues have been omitted from this discography.
  • The Sons of Glory (Woodrich 1258, 1266) seem not to be connected to other groups with the same name. To avoid confusion with the Nashboro group, (2) is added.
  • The Song Birds of the South, as this male group is called on two of their three Woodrich single releases, should not be confused with the female Savoy group bearing the same name. Their Woodrich LP is included in the LP discography, but it may actually be from the 1980’s.
  • Later (1980’s) issues include albums by the Hobson Family, the Rocket City Harmonizers and the Joyful Sounds.
  • Most years given are estimates and there may be errors. Missing numbers in the listing are secular or unknown releases.
  • The 1200 numbers seem to be regular release numbers, the numbers that follow in the listing may also be matrix numbers (with an actual release number missing).
  • This page lists all known Woodrich gospel releases (45’s and LP’s) from the 1960’s and 1970’s.


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