|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Emperor Of My Baby's Heart / Lonely Lover||2||Audio||Goldmine Soul Supply|
|2||Emperor Of My Baby's Heart / Go On||2||Audio||1964||Diamond Records (12)|
|3||Emperor Of My Baby's Heart / Chills And Fever||2||Audio||2012||Outta Sight|
|4||Emperor Of My Baby's Heart||4||Audio||Diamond Records (12)|
|5||Let Her Dance / I Can't Love Nobody Else||2||Audio||1962||Josie Records|
|6||Emperor Of My Babys Heart / Better||2||Audio||Diamond Records (12)|
Curtis Futch Jr. was born in Elonia, Georgia. He was raised in Briswick, GA. At an early age he landed in Brooklyn NY. He began singing as a young kid.
He began singing when being adopted by the Harris family. He came from a broken home, that's where he got the name Kurt Harris (recorded "Emperor Of My Baby's Heart" under that name on Diamond Records). In order to get out of a recording contract he changed his name to Kurtis Scott, and got five stars as best vocals on "No No Baby" and "No Place Like Home" on Sure Shot Records in 1965.
Also a member of "The Charmers", who later became "The Capitols", before his solo career as Kurt Harris.