Capitol Records

Capitol Records is a major American record label, formerly located in Los Angeles, but as of 2011 operating in New York City as part of Capitol Music Group. Its former headquarters building, the Capitol Tower, is a major landmark near the corner of Hollywood and Vine. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Universal Music Group.

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Capitol Records Building
... The Capitol Records Building, also known as the Capitol Records Tower, Hollywood Boulevard Commercial and Entertainment District, located in Hollywood, Los Angeles is a thirteen story tower designed by Welton Becket ... was contracted by British company EMI soon after its 1955 acquisition of Capitol Records, with completion in April 1956 ... the West Coast operations of Capitol Records, the structure is home to the recording studios and echo chambers of Capitol Studios — and is on the List of ...
Anne Murray Discography - Studio Albums - 1970s Albums
... Country CAN US Country US Honey, Wheat and Laughter Release date 1970 Label Capitol Records — 16 — — Straight, Clean and Simple Release date February 26, 1971 Label Capitol Records — 21 11 ...
Capitol Records - International Operations - United Kingdom
... Beginning in 1948, Capitol Records were released in the UK on the Capitol label by Decca Records ... After EMI acquired Capitol, they took over distribution directly in 1956 ... EMI's Parlophone unit handled Capitol label marketing in the UK in recent years ...
List Of Universal Music Group Labels - Capitol Music Group - Capitol Records
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Lori Lieberman - Biography - First Recording Career
... was signed to a production, recording and publishing deal struck between Capitol Records and songwriters Charles Fox and Norman Gimbel ... (1974) and Straw Colored Girl (1975), appeared on Capitol Records and secured her followings both in America and continental Europe that were to prove remarkably durable upon her re-emergence two decades later ... In the wake of her departure from Capitol Records, material from her first four albums was compiled on the European release, The Best of Lori Lieberman ...

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