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  Wikipedia search result
Dolton Records was a record label based in Seattle which was originally known as Dolphin Records.
Reisdorf was then informed that there was another Dolphin Records in circulation (which was a subsidiary of Laurie Records), so he changed the label to Dolton.
It was acquired in 1963 by Avnet and merged with its Liberty Records parent label in 1966.
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 The Fleetwoods Record label Shots
record was was the first on the label, and used the number "1" as the release issue.
Another story record, "Billy Old Buddy" was slated as the "A" side of their next release from late 1961, early 1962.
Dolton must have run this through two pressings with the label, and decided to make the fact that it was a promo more visable.
www.colorradio.com /fleetwoods.htm   (3406 words)

  
  Dolton Records - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dolton Records was a record label based in Seattle which was originally known as Dolphin Records.
The Dolton label retained the fish symbols on the logo associated with the Dolphin name.
It was acquired in 1963 by Avnet and merged with its Liberty Records.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dolton_Records   (154 words)

  
 Dolton Surname Origin & Family History
Dolton Surname in UK Dolton Surname in US There is more to Dolton family history than the origin of the surname:
The origin of the surname Dolton may give hints about one line of your family history from many hundreds of years ago such as where your family lived, what they did, or how they looked.
Trace your Dolton family in the vast resources of the Mormon LDS genealogy online databases which includes the Ancestral File, transcribed census records, and the International Genealogical Index.
www.searchforancestors.com /surnames/origin/d/dolton.php   (844 words)

  
 The Ventures Biography
The band's first recording, "Cookies and Coke," was on the Blue Horizon label, formed by Wilson's mother.
Dolton Records heard it and signed the band.
The band recorded 50 albums between 1960-73 and at least 13 of them were solely for Japanese fans.
www.timelessmusic.com /Bios/bioventures_578.htm   (381 words)

  
 HistoryLink Essay:Dolton: The Northwest's First Rock 'n' Roll Record Company
Bonnie Guitar was the Northwest's top pop star, a singer/musician who had been recording for a decade, had scored an international Top-10 hit in 1957 with "Dark Moon," and who had learned the art and science of record production during her Hollywood years before returning home to Seattle.
Meanwhile, Dolton was actively scouring for talent and the firm's next discovery was the region's top rock 'n' roll dance combo, the Frantics, whose bass player, Jim Manolides, was an art student who had designed the Dolphin/Dolton label's logo/graphics.
Dolton and Barton hit it off so well that before long the label moved out from the C & C headquarters and into a small office space in the same building as Northwest Recorders.
www.historylink.org /essays/printer_friendly/index.cfm?file_id=7636   (1688 words)

  
 Frank Dolton
According to Elza Dolton, (a life long resident of Mustang), freezing weather began to come earlier in the season so that more and more of the peach crops were severely damaged or killed.
Frank Dolton would contract with the growers early in the spring when the peaches were only the size of a thimble.
Elza Dolton recalled how he would collect the ripest fruit which was called culls because the ripe fruit would not ship well, and sell them to passengers on trains as they made 10 minute stops in Mustang.
members.cox.net /ldolton/frank.htm   (2527 words)

  
 News articles for Dolton, Illinois   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
DOLTON -- The music coming from the Franklin Elementary School gymnasium could be heard down the street Friday afternoon.
Hinton, who answered the phone Tuesday afternoon at a business he owns in Dolton, said he was aware of the events unfolding at the house and had been contacted...
Dolton, whose last outing was a defeat at North Molton, got back on the winning trail with a 3-2 verdict over Chittlehampton in which Robbie Murch bagged both...
www.linkmorgue.org /united_states/full/Illinois/Dolton.html   (1355 words)

  
 Dolton, South Dakota SD, township profile (Turner County) - hotels, festivals, genealogy, newspapers - ePodunk
Dolton is a township in Turner County, in the Sioux Falls metro area.
At the time of the 2000 census, the per capita income in Dolton was $13,295, compared with $21,587 nationally.
Median rent in Dolton, at the time of the 2000 Census, was $1,125.
www.epodunk.com /cgi-bin/genInfo.php?locIndex=277265   (496 words)

  
 Dolton, Illinois IL, village profile (Cook County) - hotels, festivals, genealogy, newspapers - ePodunk
Dolton is a village in Cook County, in the Chicago metro area.
At the time of the 2000 census, the per capita income in Dolton was $18,102, compared with $21,587 nationally.
Median rent in Dolton, at the time of the 2000 Census, was $623.
www.epodunk.com /cgi-bin/genInfo.php?locIndex=6072   (532 words)

  
 GENUKI/Devon: Dolton - Genealogy
"DOLTON, or DOWLTON, 6 miles N. by E. of Hatherleigh, and 4 miles N.W. by W. of Winkleigh, has in its parish 922 souls, and 3476 acres of land; and has two cattle fairs, on the Wednesday before the 25th of March, and the Thursday before the 1st of October.
Dolton from the Devon Library's Local Studies Service.
Sellman, R.R. Dolton, Devon: edited transcript of parish registers to 1837, with family reconstitution and other evidence.
genuki.cs.ncl.ac.uk /DEV/Dolton   (515 words)

  
 Dot Records Story, Part 2
The record was recorded in a small studio under primitive conditions in Phoenix, Hazlewood's base of operations.
Sharpe later recorded "Linda Lu" for Hazelwood, and Lee sent it to Jamie Records in Philadelphia, the label that was handling Duane Eddy's hits.
He recorded "Love Me" in Mobile in 1958, and in a 1980 interview with Derek Glenister, Lott recalls the recording session this way: "I didn't yell on the first take, but I yelled on the second, and blew one of the controls off the wall....
www.bsnpubs.com /dot/dotstoryb.html   (2340 words)

  
 Dolton Badges Tarnished? (Chicago Sun-Times)
The Village of Dolton has doled out deputy marshal badges to Mayor William Shaw's son and political contributors to the mayor--including at least one convicted felon who claims he bought his badge from Shaw for more than $30,000.
They are required to undergo 20 hours of firearms training with the Dolton police, but the village police chief said he does not know if any of the marshals ever did.
Dolton attorney Everett McCleary said the marshals program was formed to back up the police department in the event of a walkout of full-time police officers.
www.jessejacksonjr.org /issues/i042602534.html   (910 words)

  
 Chris LeDoux Country
Liberty Records was an United States based record label.
In 1966 a reissue label Sunset Records was started to deal with previously issued records from the new labels.
They shut down Dolton and transferred Dolton's artists to Liberty, later they shut down Imperial and Minit and transferred their artists to Liberty.
www.ledouxcountry.com /discography/LibertyRecordsInfo.htm   (260 words)

  
 Dolton Records
Dolton Records was a record label acquired in 1963 by Avnet and merged with its Liberty Records.
This article about a record label is a stub.
The article about Dolton Records contains information related to Dolton Records and See also.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/Dolton_Records   (73 words)

  
 The Seattle Times: Search Results
Dennon, who lives on Bainbridge Island, was a record promoter in Portland in the 1950s, persuading local disc jockeys to play specific songs on the radio, when he hooked up with seminal Seattle label Dolton Records.
Dennon said he knows of only one other gold record for "Louie Louie" by The Kingsmen in existence — and that one, obtained from a band member, is on display at Experience Music Project.
The showpiece of his collection, the gold record with a fl-and-white Wand label, is mounted against a dark background and framed.
archives.seattletimes.nwsource.com /cgi-bin/texis.cgi/web/vortex/display?slug=louielouie05m&date=20031205   (735 words)

  
 Beaman Gleanings
In available records, they were seldom in the same county at the same time, and seem to be two distinct families.
It appears that a record of the family groups was not accomplished by the Rich Square society until the 1790's, so the family is mentioned only in the minutes.
She was not mentioned in Quaker records after 1799, but did not die before the 1800 census.
members.aol.com /Gfahs/Beaman.html   (9818 words)

  
 Sandcastle V.I. - The Fabulous Ventures - Band History
They later recorded a demo tape that was turned down by Dolton Records (a subsidiary of Liberty Records).
They convinced a friend at a local Seattle radio station to try their new record, and it was used as a lead-in to the station's news broadcasts.
One of those listeners was Bob Reisdorff, of Dolton Records, who had turned down the group's first demo tape, and the rest is history.
www.sandcastlevi.com /ventures/venthst.htm   (2040 words)

  
 DOLTON , ILLINOIS New Apartments and homes For Rent by Tenantplus
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 BOLT Ancesters from Devon,England
Father was Samuel Elliot and mother Ann.No record found in LDS computer for marriage between Elizabeth and Emanuel Sr.
Note, found record of a Herriet Bolt marrying a Owen Birch in 1874 (10 Nov 1874) in Holy Trinity, Stratford On Avon, Warwick, Eng.
Lord Clinton records from that period still exist in attic of main farm house adjacent to Huish church and could produce interesting information of how estate families lived then and who was doing what.
millennium.fortunecity.com /ruthven/123/boltfamilyinmerton.html   (4610 words)

  
 MusicDish Industry e-Journal
Dolton owner Bob Reisdorff was very supportive of Bill, and righteously so, as it was a damn good record.
I believe Dolton backed it up by supporting him as a solo artist, and arranged for Bill to tour with a group called the Adventures who were traveling and touring at the time.
In 1960 we recorded the Wailers’ version, but because of a few Wailers’ contractual circumstances we had to deal with, which I will comment on later, and even though we had it ready to go at the pressing plant, we couldn’t release it right away.
www.musicdish.com /mag/?id=10427   (5777 words)

  
 The Fleetwoods - then and now
We could also record anytime that we felt like it.” The other female voice in the group, Barbara Ellis, didn’t care for touring and she went on the road grudgingly.
The contracts were good ones for the Fleetwoods and Bob Reisdorff, the owner of Dolton Records, their first label, treated them with dignity and respect.
As Dolton was selling as many records as they could press, the company finally put together an album which reflected the groups’ vocal diversity.
www.thefleetwoods.us /html/the_fleetwoods_-_then_and_now.html   (4479 words)

  
 Dolton, Illinois Real Estate and Homes for Sale - Trulia
Refine your real estate search in Dolton, IL by price, number of bedrooms, bathrooms, property type (including townhouses, condominiums and single-family homes), and more.
View our Dolton real estate guide to see average listing prices, sale prices and information for local school districts.
Note: These market indicators are estimates based on public records and assessor data.
www.trulia.com /IL/Dolton   (634 words)

  
 Dalton Family   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Richmond Dolton, b June 1815 in KY (h/o Pricilla Hahn, b 1825 in Indiana)
This was based on a work published in the LDS archives and others who shared this genealogy with me (they probably got it from the LDS archives as well).
However, "Tax records clearly support Isham's father as William in Albemarle Co. but the William who went to Greenbrier WV, not the William who was the eldest son of Samuel Dalton, Sr.
members.cox.net /ldolton/dolgen4.htm   (250 words)

  
 The Ventures - Kings Of The Surf Instrumentals!
When they added Nokie Edwards on bass, and Howie Johnson on drums, right after being signed by Dolton Records, they maintained this strong lead/rhythm interplay, so that even with Johnson's very much jazz/swing-influenced drum style, their sound carried an aggressive "drive" that was very influential on the sound of guitar-based combos that followed.
The Ventures lineup underwent some key changes, which caused them to become a stronger performing unit, which undoubtedly enhanced their "staying power" from one year or less, (which was average for a charting rock band of the 1960's) to a career that has spanned 45 years and is still going strong in Japan.
At first he tried to keep up with the band's then-hectic recording and touring schedule, but finally, was forced by his pain and fatigue to resign as drummer.
www.jeffosretromusic.com /ventures.html   (1436 words)

  
 Vintage Guitar® magazine : Brand Pages
Most records of the era were made by studio bands of one form or other; the self-contained band was not considered essential.
Listening to those early records today does not really capture how different Dale’s Deltones sounded to the kids who began flocking to his shows in the early ’60s — the hyperamplified power of those live shows must have been like nothing heard before, and the electric bass was a crucial component.
At this time a majority of mainstream pop, R & B, and rock and roll records made on both coasts still used the upright bass, and in Nashville, only the six-string “tic-tac” bass was used to supplement the bull fiddle.
www.vintageguitar.com /brands/details.asp?ID=83   (2302 words)

  
 The Ventures - Instrumental Groups in the 50’s - Fifties Music
The group recorded their first song together called, “Walk Don’t Run”, which had no success at all, so Wilson’s mother released it on her own record label that allowed it to be picked up by Dolton Records.
At Dolton, the group was encouraged to change the name of their group, which they did, and in 1960 the song became a hit; it went all the way to number two on the charts.
In 1969, the group had a huge success recording the theme song for the popular TV show, Hawaii Five-O. In the 1970’s, the group expanded into a quintet with the addition of Johnny Durrill on keyboard.
www.loti.com /fifties_music/instrumental_groups_the_ventures.htm   (638 words)

  
 Dolton News - Topix
A teenage boy was shot and killed in Dolton on Wednesday, officials said.
Howard Bennett, 16, of the 15100 block of Sunset Avenue in Dolton, was shot several times around 4:30 p.m.
A Dolton police spokesman says charges could be filed today or tomorrow in connection with the shooting death of a 16-year-old high school junior.
www.topix.net /city/dolton-il?full=b983a2b6fc   (513 words)

  
 Wailers History 7
The Bluenotes recorded and released a Billboard chart record in 1958 called 'I Love An Angel' on the local Seattle Dolton Records label.
Tall Cool One' became a hit record and the original group traveled to Philadelphia appearing on the Dick Clark Show, then the Allen Freed Show, and several more east coast appearances.
In 1961 Buck, Kent and Rockin' Robin formed the Etiquette Records label and continued to record the Wailers and several other northwest artists including discovering and producing the Sonics.
www.thefabulouswailers.com /History/history7.html   (343 words)

  
 Dolton Album Discography
Dolton records started life in 1959 as Dolphin Records, a small Seattle-based company founded by the late Bob Reisdorff along with Lou Lavinthal and Bonnie Guitar.
Dolton mined the local rock and roll talent of the Seattle and surrounding areas, signing not only the Fleetwoods (from Olympia), but also the Ventures, the Frantics, and Little Bill and the Bluenotes.
With the purchase of Dolton by Liberty, the third label design gave way to a medium blue or dark blue label with a multicolored logo to the left of the spindle hole.
www.bsnpubs.com /liberty/dolton.html   (4566 words)

  
 The Ventures
The group formed in Seattle in 1959, and soon recorded a cover of Chet Atkins' own cover of jazz guitarist Johnny Smith's "Walk, Don't Run." The initial release was on the Blue Horizon label, which was founded and funded by Wilson's mother.
Although their popularity in the USA faded by the late 1960s, the Ventures were enduring favorites in Japan, and continue to tour and record for the Japanese market to this day.
Virtually nothing the Ventures recorded is without something of interest, but their mid-to-late sixties material is definitely worth checking out, particularly now that much of it available in attractive 2-fer CD sets from One-Way Records.
www.spaceagepop.com /ventures.htm   (479 words)

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