The American record label book

by Brian A. L. Rust

Publisher: Da Capo Press in New York

Written in English
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  • Sound recordings -- Labeling -- United States.

Edition Notes

, Reprint. Originally published, New Rochelle , Arlington House, 1978.

StatementBrian Rust.
SeriesThe Roots of jazz
Classifications
LC ClassificationsML156.2
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21254676M
ISBN 100306762110

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The label was notable for its series of book-and-record sets, combining an illustrated storybook with a vinyl record that contained music and narration by "your Peter Pan Storyteller" (who would prompt the listener to "turn the page" at the sound of a bell).Parent company: SPC. Silvertone Record Label () by Sears. Silvertone records would replace the Oxford line of records in These early Silvertone records had an orange background and were produced and pressed by Columbia Records. In , Silvertone changed the label .   To recognize these record labels, we analyzed all the albums on our 50 Best Albums of list, along with our best new artists, best debut albums, . Book label definition is - a book owner's identification label that is usually small and of distinctive design and is affixed inside the front cover of a book.

The "record industry" eventually replaced the sheet music publishers as the music industry's largest force. A multitude of record labels came and went. Some noteworthy labels of the earlier decades include the Columbia Records, Crystalate, Decca Records, Edison Bell, The Gramophone Company, Invicta, Kalliope, Pathé, Victor Talking Machine.

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Arld: The American Record Label Directory and Dating Guide, /5(1). Denver: Mainspring. First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine in fine dust jacket, comes with a CD with color images of labels. The CD is often missing. This encyclopedia is divided into two main sections, I, labels, and II, companies.

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American hip hop record labels‎ (1 C, 8 P) American independent record labels ‎ (43 C, 1, P) Defunct record labels of the United States ‎ (14 C, P). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rust, Brian, American record label book.

New Rochelle, N.Y.: Arlington House, © (OCoLC)   Urban Archeology: 21 years of Mo’Wax Recordings James Lavelle (Rizzoli International Publications) / Buy The coming of age of one of the UK’s most important record labels gets its own hardback retrospective here, filled with album artwork, photos (both rare and iconic) and the label history as told through some compelling : Anton Spice.

This book/CD-ROM examines American record labels and the companies that produced them in light of rare primary source material, including original trade press releases, federal court records, corporate filings, and patent and trademark registrations.

Detailed histories of some US record labels are presented alphabetically, along with operating. A List of Phonograph Records for use with Music in History. By McKinney and Anderson. Published by American Book. Edition. 39 pages by McKinney & Anderson and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   The Creation Records Story: My Magpie Eyes Are Hungry For The Prize.

David Cavanagh () Alan McGee hates it, decrying it as “the accountants’ story”, but it remains arguably the greatest book ever written about an independent record label.

There’s indie, and then there’s Gennett Records, which grew out of Richmond, Indiana into the label that gave us American icons like Louis Armstrong, King Oliver, and Bix Beiderbecke.

Kennedy. American Record Corporation (ARC), also referred to as American Record Company, American Recording Corporation, or ARC Records, was an American record d:USA. Also appears as "America" only. French label, launched approximately late 60s.

Most of the jazz content are reissues. There are commonly the initial C & P dates mentioned. Please don't confuse this with the release date. Distribution is commonly by Musidisc-Europe which owned the label.

Common printers are Glory (2), Imprimerie. The label Def American Recordings was founded after Rick Rubin left Def Jam Recordings in Among the first acts to be signed were Slayer (which followed Rubin from Def Jam), Danzig, The Four Horsemen, Masters of Reality, and Wolfsbane, as well as indie rockers the Jesus and Mary Chain and controversial stand-up comedian Andrew Dice continued his association with hip-hop Founder: Rick Rubin.

The best books on starting a record label – Final Thoughts. As you’ve probably noticed, starting a record label is a lot of work. However, with the right information behind you, you can make it work.

Audio Education, Inc. presents Recorded Songs from The American Singer - Book 1 This album was prepared in conjunction with the American Book Company and Decca Records, Inc. The first three records are composed primarily of rote song material. (ABC - )2/5(1). Fairfax Ave., 2nd floor Los Angeles, CA America On Record: A History of Recorded Sound by Andre Millard, Cambridge University Press, The A-Z Book of Record Labels by Brian Southall, Sanctuary Publishing Ltd, Sanctuary House, London, UK, Music Man: Ahmet Ertegun, Atlantic Records, and the Triumph of Rock'n'roll by Dorothy Jade and Justine Picardie, WW Norton & Co, New York, Get this from a library.

American record labels and companies: an encyclopedia (). [Allan Sutton; Kurt R Nauck]. Chanced upon a small local garage sale (or yard sale) this morning and found this book. Great Record Labels, written by Al Cimino and published by Chartwell Books inis quite an interesting overview of some of the most famous record companies, admittedly with a strong US has some really good images liberally scattered throughout, not only of the various record company labels.

The Columbia Graphophone Company Limited (Columbia Graphophone Co. Ltd.) was one of the earliest gramophone companies in the United Kingdom. Founded in as an offshoot of the American Columbia Phonograph Company, it became an independent British-owned company in in a management buy-out after the parent company went into receivership.

In it acquired a Parent company: Columbia Phonograph. The books in 'The Famous British Collectable Record Labels' series give you a chance to know much more about original UK pressings. We tried to research all components of an album: art label design, matrix numbers, cutting engineers' nicknames, cover printers and inner sleeves.

If you buy records at eBay you should get these books because. Elektra Records is an American record label owned by Warner Music Group, founded in by Jac Holzman and Paul Rickolt. It played an important role in the development of contemporary folk music and rock music between the s and s.

Init was consolidated into WMG's Atlantic Records five years of dormancy, the label was revived as an imprint of Atlantic in Founder: Jac Holzman, Paul Rickolt. Labels. Like every other term in this book's title, I'm also being loose with "label." While many of the entries in this book concern professional entities organized for the purpose of producing Author: Josh Macphee.

American Record Guide Founded in ; American Record Guide is America’s oldest classical music review magazine. In it absorbed the editorial side of Musical America, so it also covers important concerts, orchestras, and musicians on the American scene. An A to Z of 78rpm Record labels from the UK and around the world.

if you have a label that isn't here, we would like a picture to add, email us a picture to [email protected], see the links for 78rpm label information. Also uploading unusual record sleeves, email your pictures to us.

Okeh Records [ needs IPA ] is an American record label founded by the Otto Heinemann Phonograph Corporation, a phonograph supplier established inwhich branched out into phonograph records in The name was spelled "OkeH" from the initials of Otto K. Heinemann but later changed to "OKeh".Distributor(s): Sony Masterworks, Legacy.

The A-Z of Record Labels book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Since the earliest music companies began at the end of the 19th c /5(10).ALLAN SUTTON is the author of numerous books on vintage records and the early American recording industry, including Race Records and the American Recording Industry –, Pseudonyms on American Records, A Phonograph in Every Home, Recording the 'Twenties, and Recording the 'Thirties.The American Record Label Directory and Dating Guide,Galen Gart, Little Labels - Big Sound: Small Record Companies and the Rise of American Music, Rick Kennedy, Randy McNutt, The A-Z of Record Labels, Brian Southall, American Record Labels & Companies: An Encyclopedia,Allan Sutton & Kurt Nauck,