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Thanks a Million One Day Music.,
This review is from: Midnight Special: The Oriole Records Story 1956-'62 (Audio CD)
When One Day Music start their excursion into record labels history . I got in touch with them asking if they would do a history into ORIOLE , that was around a year ago or so , they told that they had no plans to do this for sometime ,so with a little bit of perseverance and patience it's been worth waiting for . I would , as I told the team at One Day I would post my thanks to them , and I hope to all who buys this album will enjoy it as well . Some real classic's from the attic .
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Initial post: 16 Oct 2013 22:21:38 BDT
Last edited by the author on 16 Oct 2013 22:22:14 BDT
the marvelettes was on fontana.phillips not the oriole lable. which i think was pye records
In reply to an earlier post on 16 Oct 2013 23:10:22 BDT
Last edited by the author on 16 Oct 2013 23:18:13 BDT
Howard Griffiths says:
In the the mayhem of American release's in this country you never knew to which label who was going to turn up next .If you check you will find that THE MARVELETTES turned up on both companies at one time FONTANA and ORIOLE . By '64 everything had gone to STATESIDE for a short spell then found it's way on to TAMLA MOTOWN . Checking out ONE DAY MUSIC'S THE PYE INTERNATIONAL STORY LET ME IN 1962 ,and PYE INTERNATIONAL STORY . There are no MARVELETTES on these , mine you as I have already said one or two could have appeared . If you want to see mayhem in reverse , check out BILLBOARD and see how many labels THE BEATLES were on in the USA !
In reply to an earlier post on 28 Nov 2013 10:26:25 GMT
The Marvelettes did have 2 singles issued on the Oriole label. The A/B side Beechwood 4-5789/Someday,Someway issued in 1962, included on this CD, and Locking Up My Heart/Forever issued in 1963 not included, probably due to Public Domain being extended to 70 years.
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