Wurlitzer - A link would be fine; I suggest you use 'Create Biography' on the Cenco page and put it in there. Also you can add entries for records if don't have the record but you know enough details. If you know that your label was unrelated to this Cenco you could maybe add an entry and give the label a distinguishing name. It is always possible for a moderator to change the name later if more information comes to light. - Jules
Having looked on fleabay USA, it would appear that there is/was another Cenco label. Black labels with no mention of Spry Records Group. Label has slightly different format but would using same cat numbers. I would post a link to a completed listing but unsure whether it breaks the House Rules.
Cenco was a mid-sixties Los Angeles label, a division of Spry which was active in the fifties.
There were at least fifteen singles on Cenco and an album by Ike and Tina Turner.
If I remember rightly Ike Turner owed the label owner some money - Ike gave him a batch of
tapes which were issued as an album. These tapes were later sold to Capitol and, after
some tweaking, were issued as the "Her Man, His Woman" album.
Some of the singles on Cenco command quite high prices in northern / rare soul circles
mainly because very few copies were ever pressed.