Catalogue Group A side/B side Year
SUL 7-002 Banana Hills Band Sinyorita/Bururi Uyu Witu
SUL 7-004 Orch Sola Madoido Sor I Muno Rosa/Ithe Wa Babie
SUL 7-006 Rift Valley Boys Keki Ya Uhiki/Mawatho Ikumi Ma Wendo
SUL 1003 Banana Hill Band Mwalimu Pts 1 & 2
SUL 3003 Ndumba Afrika Majirani Wa Baya/Tabia Nzuri
SUL 3004 Bana High Life Band Fily Mama/Luora Nyathina 1972
SUL 3020 Bernard Avuya Salome/Ulililanga Shina?
SUL 3045 Othaya Boys Band Coma Back Gacambi/Mpenzi Eliza
SUL 3077 Sagana Boys Thauti Ya Mary/Tiri Uyu Ni Witu 1974
SUL 3082 Mavuria Kiyo Boys Band A: My Ex-Darling Ester No 1 1974
AS 3026-7 B: Twari Macanga Na Anes
Initially a Phonogram and later a Polygram distributed label.
SUL 3020 is a Luhya single in the British Library’s National Sound Archive. Avuya was the writer of a song by Orch Mamula on Bonanza.
Thanks to Peter Toll for details of SUL 1003 and the scan. The other Banana Hill Band single, SUL 7-002, was spotted on Youtube in April 2012.
Doug Paterson contributed details of the single by Bana High Life band, who I suspect are the Banana Hill Band operating under a pseudonym for reasons unknown. Their record dates the label, though, to the early 1970s.
SUL 3077 surfaced on Ebay in March 2009 and features an otherwise unknown Kikuyu band.
Details of SUL 7-004 and SUL 7-006 were supplied by Sofiane of Groovy Record in Paris in April 2011. They suggest a third strand of catalogue prefixes, though it is possible records in the 000 and 1000 series were released after ones in the 3000 series.