In 1964, Bob Keane (founder of Del-Fi Records) started a label called Mustang, which recorded a band from Texas, the Bobby Fuller Four. Bobby Fuller was an admirer of Ritchie Valens and sought out Keane to record him when he moved to Los Angeles.
Fuller had a smash hit with ‘I Fought the Law’ for Mustang records before dying in a controversial suicide in July, 1966.
The Mustang label released 26 singles between November 1964 and March 1967. Comment by RecordDragon:
Is the Mustang label owned by or a subsidiary of the Del-Fi label?
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