|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Sliced Tomatoes||2||Audio||1972-09-00||Music Merchant|
|2||Tainted Love / Sliced Tomatoes||2||Audio||2009||Champignon Records|
|3||Carlena / Please Stay||2||Audio||Soul City (3)|
|4||Things Will Be Better||2||Audio||Empire Records (20)|
|5||Sliced Tomatoes / Love Factory||2||Audio||Inferno (4)|
|6||Sliced Tomatoes / Turning My Heartbeat Up||2||Audio||Stardust Records|
|7||Tears Ago / Sliced Tomatoes||2||Audio||1972||Music Merchant|
|9||Sliced Tomatoes||2||Audio||Music Merchant|
|10||Sliced Tomatoes / Love Factory||2||Audio||2013||Outta Sight|
In the sixties [a=Winifred Terry], a member of [a=Drifters, The], wanted to record some of his own songs and needed some local musicians. Eventually brothers [a=Frank Bryant] and [a=Jimmy Bryant (3)] was given the task and the Just Brothers was born.
Their first release was released on the label Lupine as "Sliced Tomatoes" accompanied by "Things Will Get Better".
In 1969 they gained another member in Frank's best buddy [a=Willie Kendrick] as an additional vocalist.
An album was planned but it fell through.