John Pepper, co-owner of WDIA radio station in Memphis, founded Pepper Records in 1958. Berl Olswanger was the Music Director and composer Floyd Huddleston was the Vice President. Berl recorded a number of his own compositions on the Pepper Records label, some as demos, and his orchestra played on all the recordings. "Ooh La La, I Fooled You," written by Jean and Jane Lazenby, became a Top 40 hit, but the label of the disc jockey record did not include the name of the "Berl Olswanger Orchestra":
Talk to Me Baby (Floyd Huddleston)
The Townsel Sisters with the Berl Olswanger Orchestra
Wondering (Jean and Jane Lazenby)
The Lazenby Twins with the Berl Olswanger Orchestra
Wrapped Up in a Dream (William "Pat" Best)
Wayne Hefner with the Berl Olswanger Orchestra and the Peptones
All sound recordings featuring Berl Olswanger and the Berl Olswanger Orchestra are copyright ℗ 2012 Anna Olswanger, A.S.C.A.P. All rights reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.