Betty & Angel

Despite the brand equity Lester Johnson had built, he continued to flirt with side labels throughout the early 70s. In addition to the Jenesis singles, his 1972 production on Way Out’s subsidiary Every Day Records for Betty & Angel showcased the promise of Betty Jo White, who put her foot all up in “Honey Coated Loving.” Subsequently, White only managed to muster one-offs for the Dana and Erie Labels.

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