It would appear that Roy Redmond recorded two 45s – both on Loma, a Warner Brothers subsidiary – and then, mysteriously, nothing more. Redmond’s inspired and soulful take on “Good Day Sunshine” from the Beatles’ startling and forward-thinking Revolver — named in 2010 as the best pop album of all time by the official newspaper of the Holy See, L’Osservatore Romano — must have caught commercial heat some point after its release in July 1967, since Loma, curiously enough, issued the single again in February 1968:
Both singles produced, arranged, and conducted by the late Jerry Ragavoy.
Loma Records and the King Connection
Loma Records was established in 1964 in order for Warner Brothers to capitalize on the emerging soul market – but almost exclusively as a singles label. Bob Krasnow, who ran the San Francisco branch of King Records from 1958-1964, was tapped by Warner Brothers to run Loma Records from its founding until the label ceased operations in 1968.