Ace Records was a record label that was started in August 1955 in Jackson, Mississippi by Johnny Vincent, with Teem Records as its budget subsidiary. Ace also had the Vin label. Its records were distributed independently until 1962 when a distribution arrangement was set up with Vee-Jay Records. Ace Records stopped when Vee-Jay went broke. The label was relaunched in 1971 and sold in 1997 to the Demon Music Group in the UK.
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- "Don't You Just Know It" by Huey "Piano" Smith and The Clowns (1958)
- "Just a Dream" by Jimmy Clanton (1958)
- "Sea Cruise" by Frankie Ford (1958)
- "Go, Jimmy, Go" by Jimmy Clanton (1959)
- "Gee Baby" by Joe and Ann (1959 - 1960)
- "Pop-Eye" by Huey "Piano" Smith and The Clowns (1962)
- "Venus in Blue Jeans" by Jimmy Clanton (1962)
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- Donald J. Mabry, "The Rise and Fall of Ace Records: A Case Study in the Independent Record Business," Business History Review (Autumn, 1990), 411-450.
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