7 edition of American record label book found in the catalog.
American record label book
Brian A. L. Rust
Reprint. Originally published: New Rochelle : Arlington House, 1978.
|Series||The Roots of jazz|
|LC Classifications||ML156.2 .R83 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||336 p. :|
|Number of Pages||336|
|LC Control Number||83018921|
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. 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.2/5(1).
The only price guide to focus on more recent vinyl releases, including some of today's hottest recording artists, this book featu listings in three grades of condition for LPs, 45s, inch singles, and some EPs from the past 25 years. Listings are arranged alphabetically by artist. Collectors will learn what to look for when seeking both common and obscure vinyl of the s, s. That’s where these 15 awesome indie record labels come in. Thanks to their hard work, we are able to easily enjoy the incredible sounds of some unforgettable talent.
Everyone is missing one key aspect of record retail. Catelogue albums, albums that are more than a year old, account for 30% of a labels sales. This puts Warner Brothers at the top since their catalogue is so rich. If you through in their whole distrubution arm (WEA) Warner, Elektra, Atlantic, you. Compass Records is a Nashville-based independent record label founded in by musicians Garry West and Alison Brown. Currently home to nearly folk, bluegrass, Celtic, jazz, and new acoustic artists, the label releases about 20 records a year. Fat Possum Records is an American independent record label based in Oxford, Mississippi.
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Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - 3/5(1). American record label book. New York: Da Capo Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Brian Rust. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rust, Brian, American record label book. New Rochelle, N.Y.: Arlington House, © (OCoLC) American Record Labels And Companies.
An Encyclopedia () many labels used Bridgeport Die & Machine Company to actually press their records. The labels are described in the first part of the book, and the companies like Bridgeport Die American record label book book described in the second section.
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Pages in category "American record labels" The following pages are in this category, out of approximately 1, total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more). P.O. Box Chicago, IL, Fax: [email protected]. 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.
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Using primary and secondary source material and numerous photographs a /5(1).American Century Records (simply known as American Century or ACR) is an American record label founded in the s by Richie Finestra, Zak Yankovich, and Skip the s, American Century earned a reputation as a highly successful American recording label, specializing in rock and pop hit-making recordings by several musicians, bands, and singers including Black Oak Arkansas.Record Label News Record labels on Wikipedia;comingcoming BloggingTheBlues, the latest blues news British Books Today; Publishers' Catalogues, index of book publishers RSS Compendium, links to information about RSS readers, resources, tools, etc Weblogs Compendium, weblogging tools & services.