"Uncle Sam's Man" was a decent hit for the Elgins. It was released by the Los Angeles based Flip Records in 1960, and had great airplay on the west coast. It was written by Darryl Lewis, and you can find it with big print, small print and a white promotional label. "Casey Cop" was on the back and is a fun record. Flip records was another strong independent label that coincidently hosted the 6 Teens. They were also home to Donald Woods, Richard Berry, the Flippers, and many many others. The label wound down operations in 1963, with the exception of a couple reissues on the 1000 series.