Mary Beth ‎– Your Sweet Love

Flame Records (14) ‎– NR 3102
Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Your Sweet Love
Arranged By – Dave Knight (10), Jerry HermusSongwriter – T. J. Wiley
B You Should Live My Life
Arranged By – Dave Knight (10), Jerry HermusSongwriter – Jimmy Peppers



We enter this country music single from the early 1970s with the following caveats:

The single is produced by Abe Perkins.

Brothers Abe and Ray Perkins were owners of The Flame Cafe, a country nightclub, in Minneapolis, MN.
This release is inscribed 1973 by the artist, during which time The Flame Cafe was still in operation.

Arrangement for the single and flip side credited to Dave Knight -- entered (new) into the database as Dave Knight (10).
As with Abe Perkins, Dave Knight was associated with The Flame Cafe, playing in several incarnations of the house band.

We are entering this under Flame Records (6) as the single 45 release is in a similar (rockabilly, country, western) vein.

This single ("Your Sweet Love") shares a red label motif with a 45 release on "Flame Records" circa early 1960s. C.f.

Mary Beth released later singles on Comstock, a country label which also used Nashville Record Productions to facilitate production -- see the NR3201 matrix number for this single ("Your Sweet Love").

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etched): NR 3102-1 "P.A."
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched): NR 3102-2
  • Rights Society: ASCAP / BMI