From the mid-1950s in L.A. to the late 1960s in Nashville, Russel Sims released about 30 albums (and many singles),
some of which have become collectible. He started with country and pop show bands, and later released classic soul
albums by the Kelly Brothers and the Wallace Brothers. Sims had a reputation for not paying his artists, but to be
fair his releases didn't sell well and he was probably using whatever cash he had to fund his next album project.