Rayber Records

Compiled by LG Nilsson, Seabear Studios, Stockholm, Sweden

Commercial orange label design
Rayber 1037B label scan
Time flies...
B-side written by Smokey & Berry
Rayber 1037B2 label scan

The label name Rayber derives from Berry Gordy's second wife, RAYnoma Liles and BERry Gordy himself. This record was the second to be published by Jobete, Motown's music publishing company, named after Berry Gordy's first three children: Hazel JOy, BErry IV and TErry. Only one single released. Same label design as first release on Tamla 101 by Marv Johnson!
Rayber 1001 A Wade Jones I Can't Concentrate Jan 1959
Rayber 1001 B Wade Jones Insane Jan 1959
This is actually the very first Motown record (before Motown was born).