Riverman -- you've got it with The Marvellettes album with the cartoon cover. I also recall a Shirelles album where there were just drawn silhouettes of four women sitting on swings. Pretty lame.
I agree Bobby Hebb never went as far as he should have. Glad to run into another person who appreciates "Satisfied Mind." He had one called "Bread" that I liked at the time -- I think it was the flipside of "Sunny." I never saw anyone bring a house down more than Hebb did during a performance of "Sunny" on "The Tonight Show." He did an incredibly dramatic crescendo upon crescendo and practically tore the place apart. I had no idea he had it in him.
Garnett Mimms should have been a superstar too!
I may have asked you this before but do you recall a version of Que Sera Sera that came out in the Summer of 1963?It was by black R and B group,something like the Five Keyes or five something?Man,it was dynamic.
You are the oldies Man of the Hour,speedy, and it is great to waddle in obscure but brilliant tunes with you.