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  Asylum Records - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Asylum Records is an American record label owned by Warner Music Group, which currently is geared primarily in hip-hop music.
Asylum was founded in 1971 by David Geffen, who had previously worked as an agent at the William Morris agency, and operated as a folk/rock label.
Asylum was reformatted into a semi-successful country music label, still operated by Elektra, in 1992.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Asylum_Records   (455 words)

 Emma C. Spooner | 'The Mind is Thoroughly Unhinged': Reading the Auckland Asylum Archive, New Zealand, 1900-1910| ...
The language used in the records, particularly in the case of asylum records, is more indicative of the understandings about medicine and the insane body at the time of the records' creation than it is about the condition of the patients themselves.
Records also were made of their bowel movements on admittance, and any presence of diarrhoea during their stay in the asylum is recorded, treated, and monitored.
Asylum staff were not the only ones inscribing patient identities through language, because these were also constructed through the physical layout of the casebook, and this constrains staff as much as it does patients.
www.historycooperative.org /journals/hah/7.2/spooner.html   (8524 words)

 Asylum Album Story
Asylum Records was formed by David Geffen in 1972.
Asylum recorded folk-rock and rock music, the music that is sometimes called the singer/songwriter genre.
In the mid and late '70s, Asylum released records by such influential artists as Tom Waits and Warren Zevon (a friend of Jackson Browne and Linda Ronstadt), as well as albums by former members of the Eagles, the Byrds and Buffalo Springfield (solo and in many possible permutations).
www.bsnpubs.com /elektra/asylumstory.html   (995 words)

 State Records NSW - Asylum records
In 1838 the lunatic asylum was moved from Liverpool to Tarban Creek, Gladesville and the first patients were transferred from Liverpool Asylum and the Female Factory, Parramatta.
In 1848 the old female factory at Parramatta became the "Convict, Lunatic and Invalid Establishment" and by 1849 it was a public asylum for the reception and custody of lunatics.
From the outset, Parramatta Lunatic Asylum consisted of a free, and a criminally insane division.
www.records.nsw.gov.au /archives/asylum_records_2339.asp   (1424 words)

 Elektra Asylum Records - Part of Los Angeles Rock Music History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Elektra Records, started in 1950 by Jac Holzman and Paul Rickholt, was a label that had the Doors and Love in the '60s.
Asylum Records, founded by David Geffen in 1971 and had such artists as Jackson Browne and Linda Rondstadt.
It was acquired by Warner Communications and merged with Elektra Records in 1972 to become Elektra/Asylum Records.
www.rockandrollroadmap.com /elektra_asylum.html   (130 words)

 PRESS RELEASE Asylum Records Partners With Three Prominent Urban Labels   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Asylum will market and distribute the entire catalog from the established rap powerhouse Rap-a-lot's critically acclaimed artists, including: Geto Boys (latest album to be released later this month), Scarface, Z-Ro, Devin tha Dude, Yukmouth and UTP.
Asylum Records is designed to offer full promotion, marketing, and sales support to urban independent music labels and artists.
Asylum Records is distributed by WEA Corp., Warner Music Group's U.S. sales and marketing company.
www.marketwire.com /mw/release_html_b1?release_id=78591   (459 words)

 State Records NSW - Archives in Brief 85
In 1811 the NSW government established what was known as a 'lunatic asylum' in Castle Hill for the care and treatment of the mentally ill. The facility moved to Liverpool in 1825.
Some records relating to patients in mental health facilities are also listed in the Concise Guide under Inspector General of Mental Hospitals.
The bulk of the records are held at the Western Sydney Records Centre.
www.records.nsw.gov.au /archives/archives_in_brief_85_2146.asp   (1147 words)

 PRESS RELEASE Asylum Records Announces Partnership With Aphilliates Music Group   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Asylum Records is a division of WMG's Independent Label Group (ILG), which also includes East West Records and Cordless Recordings.
Four of Asylum's releases debuted in the Top 10 of the Billboard charts in the last year and a half.
Asylum Records, one of Warner Music Group's newest labels, is designed to provide full promotion, marketing and sales support to urban, independent music labels and artists.
www.marketwire.com /mw/release_html_b1?release_id=161670   (503 words)

 MNHS.ORG | Library | History Topics | Soul Asylum
Soul Asylum emerged from the punk scene that filled Minneapolis popular music in the 1980s.
Recorded at Goofy's Upper Deck in Minneapolis, Oct. 8-9, 1982.
This manuscript collection, 1981-1999, includes contracts, correspondence, financial records, newspaper and magazine clippings, posters, handbills, promotional materials, memorabilia, photographs, and ephemera generated by the Minneapolis-based rock group Soul Asylum and its tour company, Volume Transport.
www.mnhs.org /library/tips/history_topics/132soulasylum.htm   (755 words)

 SOUL ASYLUM (Musical group): An Inventory of Its Band Records at the Minnesota Historical Society
Contracts, correspondence, financial records, newspaper and magazine clippings, posters, handbills, promotional materials, memorabilia, photographs, and ephemera generated by the Minneapolis-based rock group Soul Asylum and its tour company, Volume Transport.
Soul Asylum found that they were not so much being dumped by AandM Records as were being set adrift in a backwater of low promotion and low production titles.
The collection includes correspondence and contracts from record labels Twin/Tone, AandM Records, Columbia Records, Inc. and Sony Music Entertainment, Inc. The bulk of the clippings and correspondence was collected by Mary Mueller, bassist Karl Mueller's mother.
www.mnhs.org /library/findaids/00567.html   (1862 words)

 Asylum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Political asylum, the refuge which may be granted to people seeking to escape persecution (see refugee)
Asylum (2007 film), a 2007 horror film from director David R. Ellis
Asylum MUD[1] is highly popular Multi-User Dungeon (MUD).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Asylum   (207 words)

 onetwoonetwo.com - Warner Bros. Records/Asylum Announce New Home For Lil Flip
One look at Asylum’s success and overall embracement of the Houston hip hop culture and Warner’s relentless dedication to their artists illustrates their competency and expertise to continue what Lil Flip started,” says Flip’s Manager and entertainment lawyer, Sandy Lal of King Pin Entertainment Group.
The Houston born and bred rapper started his career in 2001 with the release of Leprechan, a CD that moved more than 100,000 units before Flip signed with a major label.
He quickly caught the attention of Loud Records and went on to sell 500,000 copies of Leprechan, earning himself a gold plaque for his initial release.
www.onetwoonetwo.com /main/content/view/390   (446 words)

Child-specific records in bound ledger books provide some genealogical information about the children and their parents, but the amount of data varies with institution and the function of each ledger.
Hebrew Infant Asylum, "By-laws of the Hebrew Infant Asylum of the City of New York," in Fifth Annual Report of the Directors of the Hebrew Infant Asylum of the City of New York, January 1900 (New York: Stettiner Bros., 1900) 43.
The records of the Archives include medical case histories from the New York Hospital, 1808-1932 (192 linear feet) and the Lying-In Hospital, 1891-1932 (103 linear feet) and many other patient related records representing the changes in the patient population, medical and nursing care over a period of 200 years.
www.kesh.com /hnoh/AVOTART6B.html   (11200 words)

 WHMC-St. Louis sl 58 St. Louis Protestant Orphans' Asylum (1834- ), Records,
The St. Louis Protestant Orphans' Asylum was founded as the St. Louis Association of Ladies for the Relief of Orphan Children by Mrs.
The collection includes records of the St. Louis orphanage and child care center including bylaws; histories; annual reports; managers' board minutes; matrons' day books; admissions and departures records; visitors' records and financial registers.
Record of Admissions and Departures, 1874-1882(196 pages which also record donations of food and clothing as well as some expenses and income)
www.umsl.edu /~whmc/guides/whm0058.htm   (598 words)

 Allen County, Indiana Poor Asylum Records, (now Byron Health Care Center), Registers for 1853 to 1939   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Filmed in four parts by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 09 March 1989, these records are on Microfilm No. 81 of the Allen County, Indiana microtext materials of the Historical Genealogy Department, Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana and on US/CAN Film No. 1616628 in the Family History Library Collection, Salt Lake City, Utah.
The first actual book or part of the Allen County, Indiana Poor Asylum Records (indicated in the index by a “1:”) does not have page numbers.
The indexer started with the first sheet in Book/Part 1 that has names on it and designated it page 1; the next sheet with names on it was designated page 2; etc. After each sheet with names is a sheet containing additional information about the individuals previously listed.
friendsofallencounty.org /search_acpoorasylum2.php   (358 words)

 Asylum Records - Used and Hard to Find Vinyl Records on the Asylum Label: 45s and LPs
Asylum Records - Used and Hard to Find Vinyl Records on the Asylum Label: 45s and LPs
RCA Records - Includes records from artists such as Alabama, Bobby Bare, and more.
Rockabilly Records - Includes records from artists such as Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, and more.
www.wegotrecords.com /cgi/asylum_records.php   (592 words)

 QLD mental asylum / insanity files: A and B names - Judy Webster
If someone 'vanished', if a death registration cannot be found, or if children were raised by someone other than their parents, genealogists and family historians should check mental asylum records.
Nor are they the same as 'records of Dunwich Benevolent Asylum' (Dunwich was a benevolent asylum, not a mental asylum).
For advice on accessing Goodna case records and finding other sources, plus step-by-step instructions for those who can visit the Archives to search for insanity files, see the new edition of the book Tips for Queensland Research.
www.judywebster.gil.com.au /insanity.html   (1018 words)

 Asylum Records & MTV2 Present My Block: Chicago - The Soundtrack - Hip Hop News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Asylum Records & MTV2 Present My Block: Chicago - The Soundtrack
“With My Block: Chicago, the MTV2 Asylum records My Block CD soundtrack and the “Your Block” video upload contest on MTV2.com, we are exposing our viewers to up and coming hip-hop movements exploding locally across the country and letting them put them the spotlight on the music scene in their own communities.”
For the first time ever, MTV2, together with Asylum records, will release a My Block: Chicago – The Soundtrack on October 10th and feature 15 tracks by some of the hottest and most respected artists from the Windy City including Common, Lupe Fiasco, Twista, Kanye West, and much, much more.
www.djbooth.net /index/news/entry/asylum-records-mtv2-present   (484 words)

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