Record Company

  • (noun): A company that makes and sells musical recordings.

Some articles on record, records, record company, company:

Cinder (band)
... In 2001 they signed a record deal with Geffen Records and the album Break Your Silence was recorded, with Scott Weiland (of Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver) producing nine of ... name was changed again, this time to Cinder, under pressure from the record company, for legal reasons ... before the release date Geffen Records was bought out and unsigned bands including Cinder were released, and the album never was released ...
Samson (band) - Career
... The album was recorded for release on Lazer records, and given the title 'Survivors" ... They kept writing and rehearsing for a new record ... The tour continued until the end of the year, when Samson entered the studio to record their third album, Shock Tactics ...
Sabrina Bryan - Discography - Albums With The Cheetah Girls
... The Cheetah Girls Soundtrack Released August 12, 2003 Record Company Walt Disney Records Cheetah-licious Christmas Released October 11, 2005 Record Company Walt Disney Records The Cheetah Girls 2 ...
Lou Johnson (singer) - Life and Career
... group, the Zionettes, who recorded for Simpson Records and achieved some local success ... signed as a solo singer with Big Top Records, run by the Hill Range music publishing company in the Brill Building ... Neither that song nor his second record, "You Better Let Him Go", were hits, but his third single, "Reach Out For Me", also written by Bacharach and David and this time produced by Bacharach, reached # 74 on ...
Sparton Records
... Sparton Records was a Canadian record company which was based in London, Ontario ... Sparton Records was founded in 1930 by the American electronics company Sparks-Withington Corp ... It manufactured and distributed Columbia Records in Canada from 1939 to 1954 ...

Famous quotes containing the words company and/or record:

    Mrs. Mirvan says we are not to walk in [St. James’s] Park again next Sunday ... because there is better company in Kensington Gardens; but really, if you had seen how every body was dressed, you would not think that possible.
    Frances Burney (1752–1840)

    Unlike Boswell, whose Journals record a long and unrewarded search for a self, Johnson possessed a formidable one. His life in London—he arrived twenty-five years earlier than Boswell—turned out to be a long defense of the values of Augustan humanism against the pressures of other possibilities. In contrast to Boswell, Johnson possesses an identity not because he has gone in search of one, but because of his allegiance to a set of assumptions that he regards as objectively true.
    Jeffrey Hart (b. 1930)