CMB is short for Cotton Mill Boys. CMB Records was launched in 1970 by chief Cotton Mill Boy Gerry Madigan. Assuming I'm interpreting the catalogue numbers correctly, the label appears to have gone on an extended hiatus after just two singles, the first by Peter Paul & Mary copyists Harmony Rowe, who also released an LP on EMI Talisman the same year, and the second by a mystery outfit called Ragged But Right.
|CMB 1||Harmony Rowe - When Day Is Done / Back On The Street Again |
|CMB 2||Ragged But Right - Ragged But Right / You Are My Flower |
|CMB 003||Cotton Mill Boys - Truck Drivin' Man / Lonesome Angel  (PS)|
|CMB 004||Cotton Mill Boys - My Darlin's Gone / Should I Come Home |