Various - Atlantic / Atco January LP Sampler album flac
Title: Atlantic / Atco January LP Sampler
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Genre: Rock / Funk and Soul / Pop
85 results for atlantic sampler. Atlantic Waves 2007 Festival Sampler Card Sleeve CD Album Very Good Condition. Various-sizzlin summer soul sampler on atlantic soul lp-original NM, wlp, aretha. SAN FRANCISCO SAMPLER FALL 1970 VARIOUS LP NM Atlantic SD158.
Atlantic-Atco Sampler. AT-1/ATSD-1 – Atlantic-Atco All-Star Showcase – Various Artists. This lone record was issued on the Atlantic Group label. TL-ST-133 – Atlantic-Atco Records Promotional LP for Record Play – Booker T. and the MG's/Various Artists This record has one side containing selections from Stax LP 713 "In the Christmas Spirit" by Booker T. and the MG's and the other side selections from Atco LP 33 269 "Soul Christmas". Album has white promo labels, cover has a picture of the second version of Stax LP 713 (Santa cover) and Atco LP 33-269. A DJ introduces the songs on each side.
ATCO Records is an American record company and label founded in 1955 as a division of Atlantic Records. It was devised as an outlet for productions by one of Atlantic's founders, Herb Abramson, who had returned to the company from military service. It was also intended as a home for acts that did not fit the format of Atlantic, which was releasing blues, jazz, rhythm and blues, and soul. The Atco name is an abbreviation of ATlantic COrporation.
Atco LP 33-174, SD 33-174 Ben E. King - Seven Letters Atco 6231 Ben E. King - Too Bad, My Heart Cries For You. John Lewis And His Orchestra With Quartetto Di Milano. Bobby Jaspar, tenor sax, flute Giulio Franzetti, Enzo Porta, violin Tito Riccardi, viola Alfredo Riccardi, cello John Lewis, piano, composer, arranger; Rene Thomas, guitar; Josef Paradi, Giovanni Tommaso, bass; Buster Smith, drums. Turin, Italy, January 17, 1962. PR-180 – Heavies for January from Atlantic, Atco & RSO – Various Artists. PR-202 – Stop in the Name of Love – Hollies 12 Inch promo single, same song both sides. PR-260 – Yes Solo LP Sampler – Yes.
Fleetwood Mac Rumours LP Vinyl Album (january 28th 2013). Atlantic Music LP Colored Vinyl Records.
Atlantic entered the LP market early: its first was This Is My Beloved (March 1949), a 10" album of poetry by Walter Benton that was narrated by John Dall with music by Vernon Duke. In 1951, Atlantic was one of the first independent labels to press records in the 45rpm single format. By 1956 the 45 had surpassed the 78 in sales for singles. In April of that year, Miriam (Abramson) Bienstock reported to Billboard that Atlantic was selling 75% of its singles as 45s. During the previous year, 78s had outsold 45s by a ratio of two to on. .
Live At Fillmore West. Live At Fillmore West. LP, Album, Remastered.
TL-ST-133 - Atlantic-Atco Records Promotional LP for Record Play - Booker T.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||–Michel Polnareff||Jesus For Tonite
Written-By – Clinton*, Brackman*, Polnareff*
|A2||–Michel Polnareff||No No No No Not Now
Written-By – Michel Polnareff, Toni Stern
|A3||–Michel Polnareff||Holding On To Smoke
Written-By – Jacob Brackman, Michel Polnareff
|A4||–Sweet Inspirations*||This World
Written-By – Gary William Friedman, Herb Shapiro*
|A5||–Valentinos||I Can Understand It
Written-By – Bobby Womack
Written-By – Dave Crawford
|B1||–Chris Squire||Hold Out Your Hand
Written-By – Chris Squire
|B2||–Chris Squire||Safe (Canon Song)
Written-By – Chris Squire
|B3||–Major Harris||It's Got To Be Magic
Written-By – Bobby Eli, Terry Collins
Written-By – Charles B. Simmons*, Joseph B. Jefferson*
|C2||–Major Harris||Ruby Lee
Written-By – Norman Harris, Ron Baker
|C3||–Gene Page||Wild Cherry
Written-By – Billy Page, Ray Parker Jr.
|C4||–Gene Page||Into My Thing
Written-By – Gene Page
|C5||–Gene Page||Higher, My Love
Written-By – Billy Page, Gene Page
|D1a||–Esther Phillips||Blow Top Blues
Written-By – Jane Feather, Leonard Feather
|D1b||–Esther Phillips||Jelly Jelly Blues
Written-By – Billy Eckstine, Earl Hines
|D1c||–Esther Phillips||Long John Blues
Written-By – Tommy George
|D2||–Esther Phillips||Confessin' The Blues
Written-By – Jay McShann, Walter Brown
|D3||–Black Oak Arkansas||Jim Dandy
Written-By – Lincoln Chase
|D4||–Black Oak Arkansas||Cryin' Shame
Written-By – Black Oak Arkansas
|D5||–Black Oak Arkansas||Taxman
Written-By – George Harrison
- Record Company – Warner Communications
- Mastered At – Atlantic Studios
- Manufactured By – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Pressed By – Presswell
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic
- Published By – Oxygen Music
- Published By – WB Music
- Published By – Blue Guitar
- Published By – The New York Times Music Corp. (Sunbeam Music Div.)
- Published By – Unart
- Published By – Tracebob
- Published By – Walden
- Published By – Topographic Music Ltd.
- Published By – Friday's Child
- Published By – WIMOT Music
- Published By – Sacred Pen
- Published By – Six Strings
- Published By – Nickle Shoe Music Co
- Published By – Homecoming Music
- Published By – Rekrap Music Co.
- Published By – Summertree
- Published By – Model Music
- Published By – Warner Bros.
- Published By – MRC
- Published By – Unichappell
- Published By – Fisher Music
- Published By – MCA Music
- Published By – Shelby Singleton Music
- Published By – Far Fetched Music
- Published By – Maclen
NotesPlain white gatefold with title stamped on front cover
D1 total time listed in D1c
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label matrix): ST-PR-251-A-PR
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label matrix): ST-PR-251-B-PR
- Matrix / Runout (Side C label matrix): ST-PR-251-C-PR
- Matrix / Runout (Side D label matrix): ST-PR-251-D-PR
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): ST-PR-251-A AT PR
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched): ST-PR-251-B PR
- Matrix / Runout (Side C runout etched): ST-PR-251-C PR
- Matrix / Runout (Side D runout etched): ST-PR-251-D AT PR
- Rights Society (A1 to A3, A6, C4, D1a, D1b, D2, D4): ASCAP
- Rights Society (A4, A5, B1 to C3, C5, D1c, D3, D5): BMI