Although I live in N. Michigan I haven't been able to find anyone who is familiar with this label or group.
The A side is IF YOU CALL THAT LOVE and I would say that it owes a bit to Johnny Cash's FOLSOM PRISON BLUES.
The B side is some kicking rockabilly called WALKING,TALKING BABYDOLL.
If you're not familiar with these songs then check them out on Youtube where you can listen to them.
Vocals on both sides are credited to Jerold Boykin.
The condition of this record is "pretty darn good for a 50 year old".
Lot of 4 New Zealand pressed singles all in original company sleeves.
(1)Hot Love/Woodland rock/The king of the mountain cometh. PARLOPHONE NZP.3401.
Condition is EX-. Small naming on side 1 label.
(2)Metal guru/Lady. T.REX MARC.1. Condition is EX. Labels clean.
(3)Solid gold easy action/Born to boogie. T.REX MARC.3. Condition is at least EX-.
Sticker on side 2 label.
(4)Truck on (Tyke)/Sitting here. T.REX MARC.6. Condition is at least VG+.
Small mark on side 1 label next to "side 1".