|A1||–The Jive Five||My True Story|
|A2||–Soul Survivors||Expressway To Your Heart|
|A3||–Barbara Green||Young Boy|
|A4||–Billy Stewart||I Do Love You|
|A7||–James & Bobby Purify||I'm Your Puppet|
|A8||–The Jesters (2)||The Wind|
|A9||–Little Caesar*||Those Oldies But Goodies|
|B1||–Bobby Lewis||Tossin' An' Turnin'|
|B2||–Deon Jackson||Love Makes The World Go Round|
|B3||–Patti LaBelle||Down The Aisle|
|B4||–Jay Wiggins||Sad Girl|
|B5||–The Dreamlovers||When We Get Married|
|B7||–Knight Brothers||Temptation 'Bout To Get Me|
|B8||–Jackie Lee||The Duck|
|B9||–The Olympics||Mine Exclusively|
This is a compilation put together by Donny Brooks, aka "Soul Finger," who was a successful disc jockey in St. Louis for KATZ and a couple other radio stations in the 60s and 70s.
This particular release is kinda crazy in terms of cataloguing consistency in three areas:
1) On the cover his name is spelled "Donny" Brooks, but on the back cover it's spelled "Donnie," not to be confused with the rockabilly musician. On Side A of the label, his name is spelled "Donnie." Side B takes the nonsense further and spells it "Donne."
2) Apparently the title of this album, according to the front, is "The 8th Wonder of the World!" On the back cover, however, there's no mention of that title, but instead has the title "Favorite Oldies" above the misspelled "Donnie Brooks." The label of the record, on both sides, omits any title of the album.
3) There is no label or catalog number on the spine. On the upper right of the front cover the label is: Lost Nite LP–126 Stereo. On the upper right of the back cover, however, the label is: LNLPS126. The label on each side reads: LN-LPS-126. Also on the label, the record company is spelled Lost-Nite Records, with a hyphen.
I'm sure these inconsistencies, along with its limited release, has contributed to its obscurity.