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Ill Get Along Somehow - Various - The Atlantic Records Story

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  1. Kiktilar says:
    Atlantic Records´ first star was Joe Morris, who came from the Lionel Hampton Orchestra (Lionel was near letting Ahmet Ertegun get shares in his Hamp-Tone Records in ). Joe Morris became the rival of drummer, vibraphonist, orchestra leader and "Godfather of R&B" - Johnny Otis, who also had "learned" from Hampton.
  2. Zujin says:
    Atlantic may have even issued the same album with different prefixes, depending on how their catalog looked at any given time in the album's pressing history. The first 12 inch LP issued by Atlantic (January, ) was ALS which was a recording of scenes from Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" performed by Eva LaGallienne and Richard Waring.
  3. Toshura says:
    Apr 26,  · The Story of Atlantic Records: Ahmet Ertegun in His Own Words He found Ray Charles, introduced Eric Clapton to Aretha Franklin, fell asleep on Mick Jagger: For last half-century, Atlantic Records.
  4. Grolar says:
    On every level, the story of that life is just as rich, varied and exotic as the music that Ahmet brought the world through Atlantic Records, the company he founded in and was still running.
  5. Gusho says:
    Atlantic - Atlantic ceased 78 production in Feb. , according to most sources. The highest 78# I can confirm is I have listed up to , just in case.
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