|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Windy / Tickle Toe||2||Audio||1958||Argo Records|
|2||Happy, Happy Birthday Baby / Yo, Yo, Walk||2||Audio||1957||London Records|
|3||Roots Of Rhythm & Blues||30||Audio||1990||Roots (6)|
|4||Happy, Happy Birthday Baby / Yo, Yo, Walk||2||Audio||1957||Checker|
|5||Driving Home||2||Audio||1957||Argo Records|
|6||The Hunch / Hot Cross Buns||2||Audio||1959-12-00||Anna Records|
|8||Be My Baby / The Music Goes Round & Round||2||Audio||1956||Argo Records|
|9||Ghost Of A Chance / I Still Love You||2||Audio||DeLuxe (2)|
|11||Cat Hop / Tickle Toe||2||Audio|
|12||Creole Gal||17||Audio||1979||Route 66|
|13||Driving Home Part 1 / Driving Home Part 2||2||Audio||1957||Argo Records|
|14||Regal Records In New Orleans||31||Audio||1991||Specialty|
|15||The Hunch||2||Audio||1959-12-00||Anna Records|
American rhythm and blues bandleader, pianist, record company executive, producer and songwriter, born January 29, 1920 in Kentwood, Louisiana; died March 26, 1991 in Los Angeles, California (bleeding ulcers).
Leader of one of the most popular New Orleans orchestras in the 40s Paul Gayten was also the nephew of [a=Little Brother Montgomery]. He led a varied career in the music business as producer, label owner, and one-time overseer of the West Coast operation of Chess Records.