Skipper Lee Frazier produced the 1968 yellow metal number 1 R&B strike “SHRINK” for Archie Bell & the Drells. Frazier was a celebrity disk jockey at radio train station KCOH in Houston, TX. Privately, he managed regional performers and released a few of them by himself Ovid label. Among the rings he handled was the TSU (Tx State College or university) Toronados. Their lineup was innovator/horn participant Leroy Lewis, bassist Jerry Jenkins, guitarists Cal and can Thomas, drummer Dwight Melts away, organist Robert Sanders, and horn players Nelson Mills and Clarence Harper. He combined the music group with another work he handled, Archie Bell & the Drells, which contains Bell, Billy Butler, Willie Parnell, and Wayne Wise. “SHRINK” was documented at Doyle Jones’ eight monitor recording studio room and released on Frazier’s Ovid label in 1967 — though it had been the other part of the solitary, “Pet Eat Pet,” that Frazier performed on his display. A fellow DJ informed Frazier to try out the “SHRINK” part, who ultimately relented as well as the record became popular. Maker Huey Meaux suggested the record to Atlantic Information, who started distributing it nationally. “SHRINK” sold a lot more than three million copies, keeping both the number 1 R&B and the main pop spot for 14 days on Billboard’s graphs in springtime 1968.