Although not in Blues Records Vol. 2 (the RIS edition) it is shown in 'The Soul Discography Vol. 3' published by Eyeball Productions and compiled by Bob McGrath. It is from a 1972 session in New York. No other songs are listed at this session and no musicians are credited. It is also included in Bob McGrath's 'R & B Indies' book of label listings for Dart but not dated. I'll let you decide which date to show in the database.
Answering mickey's question from two years ago, I have Blues Records Vol. 2 (the RIS edition), and Titus Turner is included, but not this record. The sound of the record, plus being in stereo, suggests much later than 1959 to me too - probably late 60's or early 70's. Apart from that, I think it's bloody awful!
There were several Dart labels. Galen Gart's listing of '50s U.S. labels gives Roger Sherman's Dart label's address as Fairlawn NJ. He was using a 1000 series in 1959. Does anyone have access to Blues Records vol.2? I have photocopies of most of it but am missing a lot, including Titus Turner entry (if there is one).