Collection includes court documents from cases preceding and following the staging of the Wadena Rock Festival that occurred July 31st-August 2nd, 1970; correspondence and corporate documentation re: the Wadena Development Company and Sound Storm Enterprises, Inc.; newspaper clippings about the event; some snapshots of the festival grounds during and after the event (including some related to narcotics offenses) and a cookout with Sound Storm Enterprises personnel; and a reproduction of the poster prepared for the Galena festival
Founding Commodore Records shop in New York, N.Y.; jazz recordings; Commodore record label; jazz concerts; business side of recording industry; effect of radio on recording industry; formation of Decca Records; engineering improvements in recording; merchandizing of packaged programs; origins of rock and roll and negative adult reactions; failure of more conventional music; new types of promotion; comparison of business tactics between small and large record labels
The Cleveland Music Group was a nonprofit, member-supported organization whose mission was to promote and assist Cleveland, Ohio, musicians both locally and nationally. During the 1990s the group conducted periodic educational forums on topics related to the music business as well as a monthly songwriters workshop at Peabody's Down Under in the Flats. The 150-member group consisted of music industry insiders, sound engineers, journalists and photographers, agents and club owners, radio personalities and musicians. The collection consists of board minutes, newspaper clippings, correspondence, financial documents, lists, newsletters, ephemera (including event flyers and tickets), and press releases
Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System - Special Collections
This collection contains 55 musical records (of which 11 records are of 78 medium size plates and 44 are of 44 small size plates) of black musicians. The musical recordings include a wide range of music from jazz, blues, Soul to gospel. The intention for this collection is to provide access to a wide variety of Black Popular Music, also to enrich your knowledge of black cultural experiences, expression, and representations through this musical collection. The collection has been arranged into the following series: I. Record titles, the artist, label and year of production; series II. Music category; series III. Photographs
The collection of North Carolina based rock musician Matt Welborn is an uncut layout for a record album cover. The 7" vinyl record by the musical group Razzle was released in 2003 and contains two songs, "Chuck" and "Freshen Yr Drink Guv'ner?"
David Robert is a former owner of the Chapel Hill (now Carrboro), N.C., music venue Cat's Cradle and previously ran Moonlight Records, an independent record label based in Chapel Hill, N.C. The collection consists of financial records for Cat's Cradle, El Morocco, Rock Club Ltd., and Catbird; Cradle Robber and other publications; band posters and promotional materials; sound recordings; and club calendars and ephemera
Side 1: What ever happened to old fashioned love -- Rock and roll lullabye -- I just can't help believing -- Hooked on a feeling -- (Hey won't you play) another somebody done somebody wrong song -- I'm so lonesome I could cry -- As long as we got each other -- Don't leave love (out there all alone) -- Midnight minute