Thursday, February 4, 2010

The Four Sportsmen - Git Up Paint

I found this one in a box of 45's in an antique mall in Missouri. A buck apiece and they were mine. I've had them for a year or so and after much digging on the net, I now know as much as when I first got them about the Four Sportsmen. Zilch! The interesting thing about this one, is that is seems to be mis-pressed. Sunnybrook 2 is supposed to be Lucille and Mother-In-Law. Sunnybrook 4 is supposed to be Pitter-Patter and Git Up Paint. Both 45's were pressed in 1961, according to my Goldmine guide. It seems that somehow, the Sunnybrook 4 "B" side was pressed on the reverse of the Sunnybrook 2 record, or the Sunnybrook 2 "A" sides was mis-pressed onto the Sunnybrook 4 single. It's really quite confusing. If anyone has any info, I'd love to hear from you


  1. Hi,
    I have a stock copy of this (Sunnybrook 4, green labels)stating "Pitter Patter" as the a-side, b/w "Git up Paint". Can i retire yet?
    Paul UK.

  2. LOL, I don't think so. Just a little quirk of the pressing gods, I imagine.