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Some Kind-A-Earthquake - Paul Rich (WB374) Jan-60

Some Kind-A-Earthquake - Paul Rich

Levy Recording Studios, 73 New Bond Street, Mayfair, London W1 - home of the Oriole and Embassy record labels. On Thursdays and Fridays Morris Levy and his younger brother Jacques supervised proceedings as cover versions of the hits of the day were produced for Woolworths

Levy Recording Studios, 73 New Bond Street, Mayfair, London W1 - home of the Oriole and Embassy record labels. On Thursdays and Fridays Morris Levy and his younger brother Jacques supervised proceedings as cover versions of the hits of the day were produced for Woolworths

"Woolworth introduced their own record label - Embassy - in 1954. It specialised in cover versions of the hits of the day at under half the price of the "real thing". "

"Woolworth introduced their own record label - Embassy - in It specialised in cover versions of the hits of the day at under half the price of the "real thing".

Woolworths record counter displaying Embassy Records

Woolworths record counter displaying Embassy Records

Woolworths record counter displaying Embassy Records

Woolworths record counter displaying Embassy Records

Rita Williams, vocalist for Embassy Records

Rita Williams, vocalist for Embassy Records

Woolworths record shelf displaying Embassy Records

Woolworths record shelf displaying Embassy Records

Embassy 45 rpm records in different sleeve colours

Embassy 45 rpm records in different sleeve colours

The Complete Embassy Singles: 1958-60 [CD]

The Complete Embassy Singles: 1958-60 [CD]

Johnny Worth, vocalist for Embassy Records

Three of the stars of Embassy Records pictured in 1961. Mike Redway (Redd Wayne), Barbara Kay (Kay Barry) and Ray Pilgrim (Bobby Stevens)

Three of the stars of Embassy Records pictured in Mike Redway (Redd Wayne), Barbara Kay (Kay Barry) and Ray Pilgrim (Bobby Stevens)

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