This Cleveland label was owned by Jimmy Testa. Tema has close connections to Audio Recording and the Pama/Clevetown label - so there is some correlations between the numbering, but too many duplicate numbers suggest independence.
|No #||Tulu Babies||Hurtin' Kind / Mine Forever||May 1965|
|125||Tulu Babies||Debbie / Although I Was to Blame (promo and stock, see below)|
|125||the Baskerville Hounds||Debbie / Although I Was to Blame|
|127||the Scruffy Group||Little Girl / Do (promo and stock)||Aug 1965|
|128||the Baskerville Hounds||Space Rock Pt. 1 / Pt. 2 (promo and stock)|
|130||Big Jim T.||Give Me The Real Frontier Pt. 1 / Give Me The Real Frontier Pt. 2|
|131||the Baskerville Hounds||Christmas Is Here / Make Me Your Man||Dec 1965|
|132||the Baskerville Hounds||All You Had To Do Was Ask / Who Does She Love (promo and stock)|
|134||the Canterburys||I'm Sorry / If You Ever Leave Me|
|135||the Baskerville Hounds||Here I Come Miami / Make Me Your Man|
|136/7||the City Squires||Jenny-Jenny / Russian Ho Ho (promo only)||Label number in dead wax, not on label. 136 is crossed out and replaced by 137|
|137||the Statesmen||Stop and Get a Ticket / Stick With Me Baby||April 1966|
|141||Ray Evans||I Miss You So / Harlam Man|
|144||the City Squires||Is It Time / Lonely Boy||1967|
|150||the Quantrill Raiders||I'm Going / Sad Eyed Lady|
|171/2||the Statesmen||Lollipop / Tijuana Blues (PS)||Aug 1966|
|No #||Pye Jones and His 28 Day Ragtime Band||I Go Crazy / Five Foot Two|
|No #||the Baskerville Hounds||Hold Me / Here I Come Miami||late 1968|
|001||the Bittersweets||Hurtin Kind / Summertime||1967|
|77||Bobby Sull||Have To Be My Love / One More Thing||1972/3|
|No #||Bob Manza||Ballad of the "Nifty Fifties" / blank B side||1980||NR Master 11773 has been mistaken for a 1973 date, but record is from 1980|
Missing sequence numbers (126, 129, 133, etc) appear to have never been used.
First pressings of #125 credit the Tulu Babies, second pressings credit the Baskerville Hounds. Promo copies exist of #125 that have the title mispelled 'Debie'. Two pressings of #128, first pressings do not say "Distributed by Dot Records".