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Warner Bros. Records - History - Warner/Reprise 1963-67
... In August 1963 Warner Bros ... takeover" of Frank Sinatra's ailing Reprise Records as part of a deal to acquire Sinatra's services as a recording artist and as an actor for Warner Bros ... Sinatra a one-third share in the combined record company and a seat on the Warner-Reprise board Warner Bros ...
Foster & McElroy - Songs Discography 1990 To 1994
... Ice Cube The Predator Priority Records 1992 Writer I Want You Bad Michael Cooper Get Closer Reprise 1992 Producer Writer Skin Tight Michael Cooper Get Closer Reprise 1992 Producer Writer To the Pieces Michael Cooper ... Producer Writer I Won't Let You Down Something for the People Not Released Warner Brothers Records 1993 Producer Writer Learning How to Say I Love You Something for the ...
Axiom (Australian Band) - Discography
... Fool's Gold - Parlophone (July, 1970) "Father Confessor" / "Time Time Again" - Warner Reprise (July, 1970) "My Baby's Gone" / "Hold The Phone" - Warner Reprise (January, 1971) If Only.. ... - Warner Reprise (September, 1971) "Fools Gold" / "Yesterday, Today Tomorrow" - Parlophone (April, 1971) ...
Warner Music Group - History - 1970s
... they eventually assembled the labels into a group known as Warner-Elektra-Atlantic, also called WEA for short, which was renamed Warner Music in 1991 (the word "group" was added after the formation of ... By this time, Warner-Reprise's frustrations with its current distributors had reached breaking point Joe Smith (then Executive Vice-President of Warner Bros ... brought in more prestigious additions to the Warner catalogue including The Doors, Judy Collins, The Stooges and Elektra's rich back catalogue of folk music as well as the renowned Nonesuch ...
Warner Bros. Records - History - 1967-1969: Warner-Seven Arts
... In November 1966 the entire Warner group was taken over by and merged with Seven Arts Productions, a New York-based company owned by Elliot Hyman ... Hyman's purchase of Jack Warner's controlling share of the Warner group for US$32 million stunned the film world—Warner Records executive Joe Smith later quipped that it was “.. ... As ludicrous as that." ” The newly merged group was renamed Warner Bros.-Seven Arts (often referred to in the trade press by the abbreviation it ...

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