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Regal Zonophone Records is a British record label formed in 1932, through a merger of the Regal Records and Zonophone Records labels.
Regal Zonophone was revived in the 1960s and continued well into the early 1970s, with successful producers Denny Cordell and Tony Visconti both having production companies releasing records through the label.
Regal Zonophone was revived at the end of the 1990s as a reissue label curated by the UK band Saint Etienne.
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 Regal Zonophone Records at AllExperts
Regal Zonophone Records is a British record label formed in 1932, through a merger of Regal Records and Zonophone Records.
Originally Regal Zonophone handled the American releases from Okeh Records, Victor Records and Columbia Records.
Regal Zonophone was reopened at the end of the nineties.
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 Regal Records at AllExperts
Regal Records seems to have been the name of at least four different 20th century record labels; one in the United Kingdom, one in Spain, and two different companies in the United States of America.
British Regal Records was founded in 1914 as a subsidiary of the UK branch of Columbia Records.
Masters were recorded by Emerson Records, and issued mostly in chain stores for 50 cents each.
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 Regal Homes
1950 Regal Records seems to have been the name of at least 4 different 20th century record labels; one in the United Kingdom, one in Spain, and two different companies in the United States of America.
The Buick Regal was a mid-sized automobile produced by Buick in the United States between the 1973 and 2004 model years.
A downsized Regal appeared for 1978, and with it a surprising new powerplant, a turbocharged version of Buick's venerable 231 in³ (3.8 L) V-6.
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 Regal Hoyts Cinemas   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
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Regal Zonophone Records - Regal Zonophone Records was a British record label formed in 1932, through a merger of Regal Records and Zonophone Records.
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 Regal | | Dictionary & Translation by Babylon
Regal Manufacturing Company, a manufacturer of fretted musical instruments in Indianapolis from 1901 to 1904.
Regal Musical Instrument Company, a manufacturer of fretted musical instruments in Chicago from 1908 to 1954.
Regal is een historisch merk van motorfietsen.Regal Motors, Smith and Woodhouse Ltd., Saltley, Birmingham (1909-1915).
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The EMI Group is a major record label, based in Kensington in London, in the United Kingdom.
On December 15, 2005, Apple Records, the record label representing The Beatles, launched a suit against EMI for non-payment of royalties.
An EMI spokesman noted that audits of record label accounts are not unusual, confirming at least two hundred such audits have been performed, but that they rarely result in legal action[http://www.cbc.ca/story/arts/national/2005/12/16/beatles-emi-lawsuit.html].
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 Salvation Army Museum Basel: Regal 78 rpm records of the Salvation Army
These records are featuring various Headquarters and Corps musical sections, instrumental and vocal soloists and the voices of three Generals.
The first recordings were issued on the Regal label with "G and MR" series prefixes and a maroon label.
In addition to these "official" records, there were several private recordings, which were made in conjunction with overseas tours or as fund raising ventures by the corps concerned.
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 Jimmy Shand   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Millions of people around the world danced to the sound of Shand and, although he was personally a shy man (he once said "I never was meant to be an entertainer"), his reputation and influence shouted for themselves.
It was when he recorded for the Beltona label in about 1935, however, that his lifelong recording career really began.
Most of the Beltona 78s are solo records, but he experimented with small bands, and as Jimmy Shand and his Band his popularity soared.
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 Early Record Label History
Columbia was one of the original record companies, and its origin can be traced back to the beginning of the 20th century, when it was engaged in the manufacture of cylinders, and phonograph machines.
The established British record industry was very critical of the cheap labels eroding their profits, and so most British companies which issued cheap labels were careful not to publicise the link between the cheap record label and themselves.
Pathé records were maufactured in Belgium and were vertical cut (hill and dale) and started at the centre.
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 SingaporeMoms - Parenting Encyclopedia - EMI
The EMI Group is a major record label, based in Hammersmith, London, in the United Kingdom and with operations in over 25 other countries.
In the early 1970s EMI established a new subsidiary label, Harvest Records, which signed groups in the emerging progressive rock genre, including Pink Floyd.
The Sex Pistols were briefly signed to the label from October 8, 1976 to January 22, 1977 in a relationship that was fraught with controversy, and that had lasting repercussions for the history of the music industry.
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 The Parlophone Record Label   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The Regal Zonophone label was created by EMI back in the 1930s when it merged its two budget labels - Zonophone and Regal.
They were soon joined by Joe Cocker and Tyrannosaurus Rex, but when these producton deals ended, Regal Zonophone folded.
The label was blue until 1968 when the red label was introduced.
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 Document Records - Vintage Blues and Jazz
Bluebird was a new division of Victor Records.
Victor Records formed Bluebird in order to put out less expensive recordings of Jazz and Blues records because of sliding sales during the Depression.
In 1950, Victor ceased their Bluebird label operation because of the many new, independent labels that were entering the "race records" arena with the new sound of Blues.
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 php-deluxe.net - description EMI
The EMI Group is a major record label, based in Hammersmith in London, in the United Kingdom.
In a gesture of retaliation, the Sex Pistols added to their first album (released on Virgin Records), Never Mind the Bollocks, a song entitled EMI insulting the company.
After her first album in the deal, Glitter (Mariah Carey album), performed poorly, she was paid $28 million to leave the label.
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 Procol Harum - Procol Harum - 200 Gram Vinyl
Furthermore, Classic Records adhered to Regal Zonophone’s decision to keep the hit single track, “Whiter Shade of Pale,” off of the full-length LP.
Where as Regal Zonophone released that song separately as a 7” single, Classic has included it as a 12” disc with the song cut at 33 1/3 on one side and 45 on the other.
Classic took those four-track tapes to David Gilmore’s house boat-turned recording studio on the River Thames and, using mixing engineer John Leckie, created the first-ever true stereo version of “Whiter Shade of Pale.” Granted, it is an alternate take of the song, but only a diehard fan can hear the subtle instrumental differences.
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 Spectropop Group Discussion Archives: Digest Number 1400 - 16 Mar 2004
The Move's recording of "Blackberry Way" was a bigger hit, so there's probably more people who, hearing "Good Old Desk" for the first time, will think Harry lifted the tune from the Move's song.
The only other record I can think of that Kaye produced under Robinson's aegis at RCA was the Andy Zwerling thing, "Spiders In The Dark" or something like that.
I described Kenny's version to him, and he said that the demo he got on the song was not as complete as the record I was describing.
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 Browse by Label: A&M RECORDS (GERMANY)
was the first album, originally issued by Regal Zonophone in the UK in 1968.
The second album, originally released in the UK by Regal Zonophone in 1968.
The third album, originally released in the UK by Regal Zonophone in 1969.
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 Ian's Regal Zonophone Website   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The music and singing contained in these records is truly wonderful and is an encapsulated history of the Salvation Army and its musical heritage.
I am about 30 records short of having a complete set of the blue series and am hoping via this web site to encourage similarly interested collectors to swap records so that I and maybe others can enhance and/or complete their collection.
If you wish to listen some of the old Regal Zonophone Salvation Army 78 records this can be done in the Listening Room.
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 'Historian of the Bush'. 19/09/2003. ABC News Online
It was also his father who got his career underway, paying for Slim to record two of his early songs and distributing them to radio stations.
It earned him Australia's first-ever gold record, and was the beginning of many accolades, including 36 Golden Guitars at the Tamworth Country Music Awards.
At times, he had to fight for recognition from the wider music industry, but at the 2000 ARIA awards he was honoured with an Outstanding Achievement Award.
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 Tex Morton : Regal Zonophone Collection, Vol. 1 - Listen, Review and Buy at ARTISTdirect
Tex Morton was born in New Zealand but became Australia's Jimmie Rodgers, setting the foundation for the development of country music on that continent.
His style, though audibly derived from Rodgers, is nonetheless his own -- his yodeling technique is full of trills and eccentric flourishes, and he fought to include Australian material in his recorded repertoire from the very beginning.
With only an acoustic guitar for accompaniment, Morton's early recordings usually dealt with Western themes and American locations, but even in his first year of recording he managed to wax "On the Gundagai Line" and several other originals.
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 Montana Slim Regal Zonophone MR-3209
In Great Britain (this Regal Zonophone record was made in England)
The actual speeds were standardised at 78.26rpm in the US and 77.92rpm in the UK; the differences being due to the use of constant speed (synchronous) motors which were locked to the commercial electric power frequency...
The last new 78rpm record on EMI labels was issued in Britain in 1960.
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 Salvation Army Regal 78's :: Salvation Army Collectables Forum
All records appear to be in good playable condition.
There are over 300 records in total but there is some duplication and around 200+ are different.
Offers are invited for the whole collection as one lot, or you are welcome to send your wants list for individual records but please include the record numbers you require.
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 Nick Lucas - Regal Zonophone Records
Throughout the 1930s Nick Lucas appeared on radio and did some more work in films, appearing in 'shorts' for Vitaphone and Universal and in the latter part of that decade began working on the nightclub circuit and went on world tour.
At the end of the tour (in late 1939) he appeared on the Tivoli theatre circuit in Australia billed as "The World Famous Star of Radio, Stage and Screen" and while in Sydney cut six sides recorded by Columbia Graphophone in Homebush Studios for Regal Zonophone Records.
Titles recorded were: 'An Apple for the Teacher', 'A Man and His Dream', 'Go Fly A Kite', 'Good Morning', 'Over The Rainbow' and 'The Man With The Mandolin'.
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 British BigBands Database Plus - Page 1 "S" Bands   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
He is heard on some Zonophone recordings released between 1934 and 1940 with Sam Browne doing the vocals on many of them.
It this way, if, say for a particular recording date, the violinist, or drummer or whosever, had a previous appointment, he was simply replaced briefly by another member of "the group".
It was an extremely popular orchestra, with loyal fans throughout the U.K. Victor Sylvester holds the record for the longest running weekly BBC radio program with his show that ran continuously for 25 years.
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Under the guidance of Tony Secunda, they moved to London, signed to Decca Records' hit subsidiary Deram Records, and rapidly established themselves as one of the most inventive and accomplished pop bands on the live circuit.
Later in the year, they signed to the reactivated Regal Zonophone Records label which was launched in September with the fashionably titled "Flowers In The Rain", the first record played on BBC Radio 1.
'I delivered the tapes to the record company, Jet, who were also the management at the time, and they reckoned it wasn't 'pop' enough as Wizzard were known for their pop singles and this was a completely different style.
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 My Collection   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The blue Regal Zonophone records all commenced with the letters "MF".
Here is a list of the records in my possession.
PLEASE, if you have any of the missing records and would like to share them with me I would be grateful.
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In the midst of this, Cale took his cue from old pop records which said what they had to say in three minutes.
He wanted his records to be wholly his from the ground up.
He once remarked that his records were demos, recorded simply so that another musician would take interest in them and record them.
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 Amazon.com: "casualty records": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
At the same time, he pointed out that German casualty records do not mention the raid,...
They had flown out from their air- drome at two-thirty in the afternoon, and the casualty records show that the next heard from them was when the...
At the same time, in the Intact Stability Casualty Records, there were found several vessels which perished though their stability was considered sufficient according to the IMO draft.
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 Noels Nev Nicholls Page
He signed him to a publishing contract and also introduced Nev to Regal Zonophone Records who also signed him up.
Fast forward to the late 90's and "Massive Records" have released a lot of Nev's LP's on CD that are enjoying a new lease on life.
Nev had always been a prolific writer and besides recording vast numbers of his own songs he had also had many covered by other artists among these are: "Reg Lindsay", Chad Morgan", Frankie Davidson", "Johnny Garfield", Terry Gordon", "The Wayfarers", "Truckin Stevens" and by no means least his long time friend "Lucky Grills".
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