record company


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Noun1.record company - a company that makes and sells musical recordings
company - an institution created to conduct business; "he only invests in large well-established companies"; "he started the company in his garage"
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White, who writes about music and the music industry and was an executive at a record company, and Ales, who worked at Motown Records, offer an illustrated history of the record company and Motown style, from its beginnings in Detroit to its move to Los Angeles, with discussion of artists like Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson & the Miracles, Diana Ross & the Supremes, Marvin Gaye, the Jackson 5, and the Temptations, with photos and images of records and album covers.
SOME OTHER SUCKER'S PARADE, 1997 The record company in America wanted a quick follow-up to Twisted.
Thicke also revealed that although Blurred Lines gave him his first US chart-topper, his record company did not want to support the track intially.
The TV offers had attracted the attention of her record company, keen to use them as marketing opportunities.
IANS EX-FIRST lady of France and singer Carla Bruni has switched from the independent Naive Records label to the Barclay logo, a property of the multinational record company Universal Music, for the launch next April of her album Little French Songs, the Challenges.fr Web site reported recently.
you will see that the record company likely will stand to make more
Summary: Just 16 months after winning The X Factor in 2009, Joe McElderry has been dropped by Simon Cowell's record company, Syco.
FORMER X Factor winner Joe McElderry has said he is "fine" despite reports that he is about to be dropped by Simon Cowell's record company.
"However, we believe that creating a few "superstars" is not a record company's main duty, but to provide as fair a platform as possible to as many creative talents as possible.
I'm looking to start a record company; however, I don't know where to start.
Record company bosses are hoping the wave of nostalgia which propelled Dame Vera Lynn to the top of the charts will strike again for the release next month of Our Gracie -The Best of Gracie Fields.