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  Cameo Corporate Services - About us
With experience in medical and business transcription and data conversion, services to the banking industry, registry and securities transfer and records management; Cameo enables companies to focus on their core competencies by taking responsibility for the clients non-core operations.
In all facets of its business, Cameo has established its credentials on the basis of high quality of service in keeping with best practices in the industry.
Cameo is supervised by an independent and professional board of directors, and managed by a team of experienced professionals and assisted by an equally fine complement of employees across all levels.
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  Kids.Net.Au - Encyclopedia > Cameo Records   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Cameo was a USA based record label, first flourishing in the 1920s, and then revived in the 1960s.
Cameo records were introduced in February of 1922, selling for 50 cents each, and soon Cameo became one of the more popular budget labels.
Cameo also owned the Lincoln Records and Romeo Records lables, as well as a subsidiary for making records for children, Cameo-Kid Cameo was purchased by Pathé Records in 1928; the lable continued in use until 1930.
www.kids.net.au /encyclopedia-wiki/ca/Cameo_Records   (288 words)

 Cameo: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com
Cameo is a method of carving[?]; or an item of jewelry made in this manner.
Cameos of great artistry were made in Greece dating back as far as the 6th century BC.
Cameos were very popular in Ancient Rome and have enjoyed periodic revivals, notably in the early Renaissance, and again in the 17th and 18th centuries.
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 Cameo Records
Cameo also owned the Lincoln Records and Romeo Records lables, as well as a subsidiary for making records for children, Cameo-Kid.
Cameo was purchased by Pathé Records in 1928; the lable continued in use until 1930.
The Cameo label was revived in 1956 and used for a series of 45 and 33 LPs in to the 1960s.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Cameo
The effect of "cameo" also refers to a proof coin that has frosted lettering and features, providing attractive contrast with the mirrored fields of the coin.
Cameo Publications helps people get the skills they need so they can easily and quickly achieve their writing and publishing goals.
The cameo pin or pendant and earrings have hand carved cameos and are set in soft rose color 1/2 th 12 kt gold filled metal.
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 Wikipedia search result
Cameo Records was founded in December 1956 in Philadelphia by Bernie Lowe and Kal Mann.
The first hit for Cameo was "Butterfly" by Charlie Gracie, which rocketed to #1 nationally in early 1957 and established Cameo as a hit label.
Wyncote Records was started in 1964 as a budget reissue daughter of Cameo-Parkway Records, but the label failed in 1967 when Cameo-Parkway got into financial trouble.
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 Cameo Lyrics
Cameo appearance - A cameo role or cameo appearance (often shortened to just cameo) is a brief appearance of a known person in a work of the performing arts, such as plays, dreams, films, video games and television.
Cameo - Cameo is a method of carving, or an item of jewellery made in this manner.
Cameo Records - 1922 Cameo Record Cameo was a USA based record label, first flourishing in the 1920s, and then revived in the 1960s.
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 Wikipedia search result
Cameo was a USA based record label, first flourishing in the 1920s, not connected with a later record label of the same name which was active in the 1960s.
Cameo also owned the Lincoln Records and Romeo Records labels, as well as a subsidiary for making records for children, Cameo-Kid.
Cameo was purchased by Pathé Records in 1928; the label continued in use until 1930.
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 Kids.Net.Au - Encyclopedia > Cameo-Kid Records   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Cameo-Kid was a subsidiary of Cameo Records, marketing recordings intended for children.
Cameo-Kid used professional artists with known names in their recordings, including star Vaudeville singers and noted dance-band musicians.
This was unlike some other early Children's records labels, which tended to feature recordings by unnamed and undistinguished talent.
www.kids.net.au /encyclopedia-wiki/ca/Cameo-Kid_Records   (109 words)

 Cameo - Music Downloads - Online
However, Cameo eventually wore off accusations of being derivative by transcending their influences and outlasting almost every single one of them.
Further separating Cameo from their forebears, they didn't have a diaper-clad guitarist.
Notably, Blackmon spent a few years of the '90s at Warner Bros., as the vice president of A&R. Cameo's presence continued to be felt throughout the early 2000s, not only through extensive sample use and less tangible influences upon younger artists and producers.
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 Carnegie Mellon Libraries: User Services: How to Use Cameo
Cameo shows what items are on the shelves, checked out, and on order.
In Cameo, it is easy to identify subject headings that are relevant to a topic.
Cameo displays the call numbers, titles, and authors for the records retrieved in a “Search Results” screen.
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 VIBE.com: Music Search
For a while they were the Symphonettes but never recorded as such; they became Candy and the Kisses with their first release, "After I Cry" b/w "Let the Good Times Roll," issued in 1963 on R&L Records.
Cameo followed with Phil Spector's "Soldier Baby (of Mine)" b/w "Shakin' Time" (1965), but politics killed the potential two-sided hit and the Cameo deal.
They signed with Scepter Records in 1965 and were assigned to the writing team of Josephine (Joshie) Armstead, Valerie Simpson, and Nicholas Ashford.
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 Cameo-Parkway Story
Cameo Records was founded in 1956 in Philadelphia by Bernie Lowe and Kal Mann.
The record packaging was interesting, as it had a jacket by famous jazz cover designer Burt Goldblatt (who was responsible for over 3000 jazz album covers during the 1950s and 1960s), and it was pressed on red vinyl.
On the singles side, Cameo was scoring teen hits by the Rays, the Applejacks, John Zacherle, Timmie Rodgers, the Carroll Brothers, the Playboys, the Storey Sisters, and even the Bernie Lowe Orchestra.
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 Bobby Rydell
recorded "Fatty Fatty" for Veko Records in Baltimore.
Finally, Day approached Bernie Lowe, the owner of Philadelphia's Cameo Records, who had been Rydell's vocal coach when he was ten.
Rydell began to become discouraged as old friend Frankie Avalon had making hit records for over a year, "Venus" was one of the biggest hits of 1959 and even Fabian who couldn't sing a note had been having hits since the first of the year.
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 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Teen Records and the group had a regional hit with this version of the song, which was one of four songs the group did with Lowe.
It was this same version that Elvis Presley heard in Las Vegas, adopted, recorded, and made his own..
Lowe founded Philadelphia's Cameo Records in 1956, and Cameo was later expanded into the Parkway label.
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 Merge Records
This is a world that Cornog has documented in miniscule detail since he first started recording at the start of the nineties, and it’s one that he knows far too well.
Cornog’s lo-fi recording techniques reflect his lowlife subject matter, allowing a vulnerability and realism to shine through.
The frugal nature of his recording is reflected in his writing style, with every song stripped to its essence.
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 Sorting records in CAMEO modules
Descending order, to sort the records alphabetically from Z to A, in numerical order from largest to smallest number, or in date or time order from latest to earliest date or time.
Ascending order, to sort the records by that criterion alphabetically from A to Z, in numerical order from smallest to largest number, or in date or time order from earliest to latest date or time.
Descending order, to sort the records by that criterion alphabetically from Z to A, in numerical order from largest to smallest number, or in date or time order from latest to earliest date or time.
www.epa.gov /ceppo/cameo/help/Chapter84.html   (1740 words)

 Ad Hoc Records
The recording that became "Live in Japan" was taken at the Osaka concert, the only one on the tour that was recorded.
This disk is their debut duo recording, and well-encompasses an experimental direction which, while somewhat natural for the time in America, has since been sadly overlooked by those who have followed in their wake.
This is the first time this classic, experimental-rock recording has been issued on CD; the former vinyl version has been long out-of-print and hungrily sought out by collectors for years.
www.adhocrecords.com   (2520 words)

 Cameo Records - Gurupedia
record label, first flourishing in the 1920s, and then revived in the 1960s.
The Cameo Record Company was based in Manhattan,
Cameo also put out a series of records of people better known for their work in other parts of the entertainment industry singing, for example songs by television show hosts
www.gurupedia.com /c/ca/cameo_records.htm   (270 words)

Sometimes her records would show up on the Diva label as well, but these would simply be from the same masters as the Harmony recordings.
The recordings that Annette did for the Harmony and the Velvetone labels would be some of the most prolific of her career.
The third and final phase of her recording career would be with the American Record Corporation where we start to see Annette showing up on the Banner and Oriole labels starting in August of 1932 and running until February of 1934.
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 Amazon.com: Cameo Parkway: The Greatest Hits: Music: Various Artists   (Site not responding. Last check: )
But that cost at least $50 and featured many obscure recording that most folks never heard of unless you lived in Philly.
This best of set captures the essence of those great Cameo/Parkway records that were never released on CD until now.
Most of these songs were recorded between 1957 and 1964 and they were all huge hits.
www.amazon.com /Cameo-Parkway-Greatest-Various-Artists/dp/B000ICLT46   (585 words)

 SoundStage! Various Artists - Cameo Parkway 1957-1967
Lowe had produced it for his own label, Cameo Records.
Over the next 11 years, recordings on the Philadelphia-based label and its subsidiaries, including Parkway Records, would show up on the singles charts more than 100 times.
Bob Seger, arranger Thom Bell, and producer Leon Huff did their earliest work for Cameo-Parkway, and the Kinks’ first US release was on Cameo.
www.soundstage.com /music/reviews/rev737.htm   (282 words)

 Amazon.com: Cameo Parkway 1957-1967: Music: Various Artists   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The pair had launched Cameo the previous year in Lowe's Philadelphia basement, showing a quick knack for scoring chart success with MOR pop (Charlie Grace's "Butterfly"), novelty kitsch (Zacherle's "Cool Ghoul"), and teen-idol rock (Bobby Rydell and others)--the latter thanks largely to serving as talent farm/bullpen for Dick Clark's then Philly-based American Bandstand.
Cameo really exploded in 1959 with Bobby Rydell who clearly is one of the top male vocalists from this era and for this fan one of the best ever...this is one of the great singer's of this era who made me fall in love with music...what can you say about an artist this awesome?
Cameo continued in the early sixties with some great group sounds and "Bristol Stomp" made quite an impact but the mega explosion was The Orlons doing "The Wah-Watusi" which launched this legendary group who were the beginning of the great musical sixties "girl group" sound which was a strong force throughout the sixties!
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 Long Island Exchange Shopping :: Cameo Parkway 1957-1967
CAMEO PARKWAY 1957-67 is a terrific opportunity to hear the music that dominated American airwaves in the late '50s and just prior to 1964's British Invasion.
It's interesting to note that the band's great instrumental "Applejack" and the song "Country Dance" were both recorded live for "Don't Knock The Rock", and are consequently different to the original 45 record versions.
I don't really know what Appell did after he left Cameo but apparently he worked a little bit in New York producing some hits for Tony Orlando and Dawn (including "Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree") and he is still alive today, living in Florida, still producing and composing popular jazz CDs.
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 VH1.com : Movies : Movie News : Pink Shoots 'Charlie's Angels' Role, Records Song For Soundtrack
Not only is Pink contributing a song to the sequel of "Charlie's Angels," but she also just shot a cameo role for the flick.
The motocross sequence could be a key plot point, as one of the people the Angels are reportedly called in to protect is a 15-year-old motocross champion.
Pink isn't the only star to boast a cameo in the sequel to the 2000 hit movie (which itself was based on the hit 1970s TV show).
www.vh1.com /news/stories/1457684.jhtml   (302 words)

 Cameo Corporate Services - Our Services
Cameo’s Records Management Division offers efficient and cost-effective records management solutions.
Utilizing the latest systems and technology, the state-of-the-art facility significantly reduces the client’s cost of managing their records while increasing efficiencies.
Cameo’s proprietary document tracking software enables it to offer customized services that are in concert with the clients systems, addressing issues like file identification, classification, retention and destruction.
www.cameoindia.com /records.htm   (124 words)

 Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band - Pandora Internet Radio
For the recording of Beautiful Loser, Seger formed the Silver Bullet Band, which consisted of guitarist Drew Abbott, bassist Chris Campbell, keyboardist Robyn Robbins, saxophonist Alto Reed, and drummer Charlie Allen Martin.
The touring paid off in 1976, when Live Bullet, a double album recorded in Detroit, became a hit, spending over three years on the U.S. charts and going gold; the album would eventually go quadruple platinum.
The Distance was the first album since Seven to be recorded with the addition of session musicians, which caused guitarist Abbott to quit the band in frustration.
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 eBay: Cameo 78 Record Lot(10)-COUNTRY, JAZZ, DIXIE-GREAT MIX! (item 130119557655 end time Jun-05-07 16:59:40 PDT)
Note on grading: These records were an inheritance from a family member who was a respected record dealer & collector.
While I am not personally able to verify each record's grade, I can attest to the fact that the entire collection has been stored properly with each record placed vertically in a paper sleeve inside of covered plastic totes.
Records will be shipped in their paper sleeves, wrapped in a layer of bubble wrap and placed into a record box mailer specifically designed for mailing records.
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 MFA - CAMEO - Field Definitions   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Authority field lists citations of all references (books, journals, dictionaries, encyclopedias, etc.) used for the generation of a material’s record.
Each record in CAMEO is the result of checking a minimum of two references for clarification and verification of data; over half of the CAMEO records are the result of checking 3-20 sources (e.g., dictionaries, journals, encyclopedias, scientific handbooks, MSDS sheets, Web pages).
It is readily accessible from any full record page in the database.
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