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  Parlophone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Parlophone is a record label which was founded in Germany prior to World War I by the Carl Lindstrom Company.
In 1923, the British branch of Parlophone was established, led by Oscar Preuss as AandR manager.
Parlophone's fortunes began to rise in 1962, when Martin signed a rising new Liverpool pop band, The Beatles, who soon turned Parlophone into one of the world's most famous and sought-after record labels.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Parlophone   (314 words)

Parlophone is a record label which was founded in Germany prior to World War I.
In 1927, Columbia Graphophone[?] of the U.K. acquired a controlling interest in its successor and thereby in Parlophone.
Under EMI, Parlophone was mainly a novelty/comedy label until the rock-and-roll era.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/pa/Parlophone.html   (102 words)

 Parlophone Label
Parlophone manager Oscar Preuss retired in 1955 and 29-year-old musician and composer George Martin took over.
The Parlophone logo ("£" in the circle) was originally printed in a cream or light tan color.
The perimeter print is in capital letters and begins with "THE PARLOPHONE CO. LTD." A "published" symbol ("P" inside a circle) replaced the "RECORDING FIRST PUBLISHED" text to the left of the spindle hole.
www.geocities.com /flangehead2/Labels/Parlophone.html   (1362 words)

 parlophone from www.elmail.co.uk   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Parlophone is a record label which was founded in Germany prior to World War I by the Carl...
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www.elmail.co.uk /music/parlophone   (457 words)

 EMI Recorded Music :: How EMI Works - Fact Sheet
Parlophone Records has a musical pedigree stretching back to the 1960s and the Beatles.
Moving on to the present day, and along with our more established artists, recent signings show that our roster is nothing if not diverse, including the rock of Coldplay, modern pop sound of Kylie Minogue and Jamelia's cutting edge urban slant on pop.
Unless we have requested the submission of material from a specific artist or songwriter, we suggest you seek to have your submission made through an established industry source (such as a manager, lawyer, publisher or producer) with whom our company representatives have an existing business relationship.
www.emimusic.co.uk /AandR_parlophone.html   (245 words)

 Parlophone - D&AD Student Awards
You should deliver a generic concept that is unique to Parlophone and the end result of your campaign will be to drive music sales across the different formats on offer - such as CDs, DVDs, LPs, digital downloads, mobile phone downloads, ring tunes, screensavers, and so on.
Parlophone Records is one a number of labels within EMI Music Group.
Parlophone's ethos is that of strong artist development.
www.parlophone.co.uk /dandad   (982 words)

 Beatles UK Record Company Singles Sleeves
The "original" Parlophone sleeve, as far as the Beatles are concerned, is much more colorful than those which followed.
The first of the "green" sleeves, which accompanied Parlophone singles from mid-1963 until about mid-1965, has a lone lone Parlophone logo at the bottom.
At the bottom of the sleeve is the Parlophone-EMI logo mentioning the manufacturer as "The Parlophone Co. Ltd.." The top of the sleeves were now ruffled; the ruffling would continue through 1968.
meltingpot.fortunecity.com /kirkland/266/btls/uk/uk45slv.htm   (631 words)

 Dr. John : Best of the Parlophone Years (Bonus Tracks) - Listen, Review and Buy at ARTISTdirect   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
John recorded for Parlophone leading up to this compilation were very distinct projects.
One year later, he recorded a deliciously dripping tribute to Duke Ellington titled Duke Elegant, and after the end of the millennium he followed that with an old-fashioned New Orleans R&B records (2001's Creole Moon) and a heavily collaborational record (N'Awlinz: Dis Dat or d'udda) including B.B. King, Randy Newman, and Willie Nelson.
Best of the Parlophone Years recycles 15 tracks from those sessions and adds a pair of bonus tracks: the unreleased "Careless Love" featuring Willie Tee (circa N'Awlinz: Dis Dat or d'udda) and "Look Out" (added to a Japanese version of Anutha Zone).
www.artistdirect.com /nad/store/artist/album/0,,3231734,00.html   (329 words)

 A Guide to Australian Parlophone/Apple Beatles LP's
In March, 1964, Australian Parlophone made the decision to change the print color from gold to silver as they introduced stereo LP's.
The Parlophone LP's were reissued in 1968-9 on a yellow and fl Parlophone label.
In 1972, they were reissued again onto a fl and orange Parlophone label, similar in style to the labels used in the 1970's in England.
meltingpot.fortunecity.com /kirkland/266/btls/au/aulp.htm   (881 words)

 Songs of The Beatles' Please Please Me Period
The Beatles' manager was Brian Epstein, and it was Brian who brought the Beatles to the attention of George Martin at Parlophone.
Parlophone was a British record label owned by EMI (a large corporation in the UK).
George Martin was the head of Parlophone who ultimately decided which acts got a recording contract on the Parlophone label.
net.indra.com /~cliffcan/SongsofPPM.htm   (1208 words)

 Checkmate - My Life Story - Promos
Parlophone CDRDJ 6442 One track promo CD Slimline jewel case, front marked "For Promotional Use Only - Not For Sale For Any Reason".
My Life Story have just finished recording their debut album for Parlophone (due for release early '97).
This single was never officially released, as Parlophone insisted on releasing the "Duchess" cover instead.
www.inspiracy.com /mls/promos.html   (801 words)

 Popjustice - Siobhan Signs to Parlophone - Official
Parlophone haven't signed her so she can fart about and release whatever she wants; they're expecting to make cold, hard cash, and all the critical acclaim in the world won't help you if you don't sell.
I meant that i believe Siobhan and Parlophone arn't out to sell millions and millions of records, yeah it would be nice, but i can't see Parlophone investing millions into her career at the beginning.
The difference between Parlophone and London is that Parlophone actually have some huge, multi-million selling artists, along with many smaller lower selling, but highly cirtically acclaimed artists.
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 BnB Beatles Depot Your One Stop Shop For Quality Beatle Records on eBay   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
In my humble opinon, the old Parlophone pressings were some of the best pressed records during the era of vinyl.
Parlophone record numbers starting with PMC are mono and PCS are stereo pressings (PMCO and PCSO respectively for Australian (OZ) pressings).
Any of the first four LPs with the "Gramophone" text instead of "Parlophone" are later pressings and not worth as much as their earlier counterparts.
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 Press Release - Parlophone and Radio 1 offer Gorillaz TV on demand
EMI Music UK label, Parlophone is offering exclusive animated footage from Gorillaz Demon Days Live in Manchester, across a number of digital platforms in a first for BBC Radio 1.
Dan Duncombe, Digital Media Manager at Parlophone, comments, "Giving fans the ability to access content across a number of digital platforms is a key part of the Manchester events.
We are also offering fans the opportunity to pre-order and download the live from Manchester version of the Gorillaz new single Dirty Harry, on to their mobile before the physical release date (21st November).
www.24-7pressrelease.com /view_press_release.php?rID=9276   (852 words)

 The Parlophone Record Label
Another tantalising thing about Parlophone was that, like the other EMI labels Columbia and HMV, Parlophone's label changed in 1962 - just after The Beatles released their first LP and single.
The wording appears under the yellow Parlophone name, and is a good general way of assessing whether that copy of one of The Beatles' frst two albums is an original pressing.
At this time Parlophone lost some of it's acts to the newly created Harvest label.
www.my-generation.org.uk /parlophone.htm   (311 words)

 eBay Guides - Parlophone Matrix, Mothers, Stampers Tax Codes
So for your Parlophone records, the Master is the matrix at the 6 o'clock position, the Mother is the number etched in the deadwax at the 9 o'clock location and the Stamper is identified by the letter(s) etched at the 3 o'clock postion.
For the 3 o'clock position, Parlophone use the following coding: G R A M O P H L T D (Gramophone Ltd) where G=1, R=2, A=3, M=4, O=5, P=6, H=7, L=8, T=9 and D=0.
The ultimate early pressing of any Beatle Parlophone LP would be denoted with the codes 1/G 1/G (side 1 and side 2), where the "1" represents the first Mother (9 o'clock) and the "G" denotes the first Stamper (3 o'clock) or one of the first 300 off the press!
reviews.ebay.com /Parlophone-Matrix-Mothers-Stampers-amp-Tax-Codes_W0QQugidZ10000000000116173   (709 words)

 The Usenet Guide to Beatles Recording Variations
In the CD mix [c] the vocal is moved to right center, leaving the cowbell and guitar track far right, and the cowbell is heard continuously through the refrain, evidence that the track is being faded during vocal lines in [b].
Reports of a different mono mix with the piano much softer, on UK Parlophone GEP 8952 Nowhere Man (EP) 1965 (see the book Every Little Thing for example), are mistaken, but perhaps "piano" is a transcription error for "cowbell" since the EP with [a] does differ from Capitol mono with [b1].
This was in the Abbey Road show in 1983, and mixed in stereo for the Sessions album, and has been bootlegged in a different stereo mix in the Ultra Rare Trax material of 1988.
www.columbia.edu /~brennan/beatles/var-1965.html   (3771 words)

 Amazon.co.uk: The Best of the Parlophone Years: Music: Dr. John   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Since signing to Parlophone 1997, Dr John has released four great albums--all very different, but all in the distinctive and inimitable style of the music industry's favourite physician.
From Anutha Zone in 1998 with a host of guest collaborations, through the Duke Ellington Centenary celebration Duke Elegant in 1999, to his personal interpretation of New Orleans in 2001 with Creole Moon, and last year's star-studded N'Awlinz--Dis, Dat Or D'Udda, Dr John has produced a wealth of latter-day musicality for the label.
The Best of the Parlophone Years is a veritable gumbo, including as it does the best tracks from this productive eight year period accompanied by the good Doctor's own sleevenotes commenting on each of the four albums from which the tracks are taken.
www.amazon.co.uk /exec/obidos/ASIN/B0007VXZKE   (561 words)

 Amazon.com: The Best of the Parlophone Years: Music: Dr. John   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
This set draws from the four albums Dr. John recorded for the British Parlophone label from 1997 to 2004 (released in the United States on Blue Note and Virgin).
These collaborators never overshadow the good Doctor, rather, they show how broad their shared influences are, as well as what a formidable shadow he casts across the music that's followed him.
Since signing to Parlophone 1997, Dr John has released four great albums - all very different, but all in the distinctive and inimitable style of the music industry's favourite physician.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B0007VXZKE?v=glance   (820 words)

 eBay Guides - Quick Guide to Collectible UK Beatle Records
If you land one of the first four LPs with "The Parlophone Co. LTD..." text and it is a stereo copy, you should take your significant other out for dinner and have a toast.
If the only letter at 3 o'clock is "G", and the mother at 9 o'clock is "1" you have yourself one of the first 300-500 pressings ever made of that record.
The matrix represents the "loud cut" pressing where the record plays louder than Parlophone specifications called for at the time.
reviews.ebay.com /Quick-Guide-to-Collectible-UK-Beatle-Records_W0QQugidZ10000000000722590   (1086 words)

 The Usenet Guide to Beatles Recording Variations
In the home video A Hard Day's Night, the new stereo mix [c] is used in the train scene but the old one [b] with the harmonica mistake is used in the television show scene later, where it seems to match his movements.
US mono [a] has the piano mixed way down compared to the others (it is not completely missing as some say), and the single drumbeat just before the chorus is either missing or way down so that we hear only what sounds like a thump on a guitar body...
The mock stereo conversion from it [c1] is muddy.
www.columbia.edu /~brennan/beatles/var-1964.html   (5729 words)

 The Brunswick, Parlophone & Vocalion Bunny Berigan (#219)
The Brunswick, Parlophone & Vocalion Bunny Berigan (#219)
Odeon and Parlophone issues with an ONY or PNY prefix are New York pressings.Brunswick, Melotone and Vocalion masters that were recorded prior to December 1, 1931 are not included since they are currently under license with Universal Music.
The selections presented here are all of Bunny Berigan’s Brunswick, Parlophone and Vocalion sessions as a leader as well as the Mildred Bailey and Bud Freeman-led Parolophone dates in which he played a significant role.
www.mosaicrecords.com /discography.asp?number=219-MD-CD   (6292 words)

 A Beatles' Recording Timeline: Reference Mothers
"PARLOPHONE R 5200" o Ticket to Ride c/w YES IT IS [UK MONO 45].....................
"PARLOPHONE PMC 1240" o Ticket to Ride c/w YES IT IS [UK MONO 45].....................
ourworld.compuserve.com /homepages/mdcarey/mothers.htm   (1654 words)

 CD Review of Dr. John - The Best Of The Parlophone Years on Blue Note @ jazzreview.com
And now Blue Note, Parlophone’s sister company, is releasing a compilation of Dr. John selections from his four Parlophone CD’s, Anutha Zone, Duke Elegant, Creole Moon and N’Awlinz: Dis, Dat or D’Udda.
John: The Best of the Parlophone Years provides a chance to catch up on what Dr. John has been singing of late, if the Parlophone albums had escaped notice.
The Best of the Parlophone Years is one of those rare compilations that encourages the listener to buy all of the original albums it draws from.
www.jazzreview.com /cd/print-16525.html   (505 words)

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