The earliest known release on Blake was by Roland Eaton, a country singer from Arkansas. Born in 1935 in Ravenden, Northeast Arkansas, he was
the emcee of the Mid-South Jamboree in the 1960s, appeared with Gene Williams' Country Junction show in 1968 and also had his own show on KAIT in the late 1960s. He recorded
one single for Blake, "Married In Church" b/w "My Baby Walks All Over Me" (Blake 2-202). He would go on to record for Capitol 1968-1971 but later quit the music business.
During the next years, at least 119 records were issued, the last known being "Yesterdays, Darling, Are Gone" b/w "One You Left So Blue" by Paulette Cruzon (Blake 2-319). There are no reliable sources for Blake and Marble Hill singles such as Billboard reviews or pressing plant matrix numbers to estimate release dates.
Though, the most records were manufactured by Plastic Products in Memphis. The last documented activity of Blake was the above mentioned short comment in the Billboard 1972 issue.