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August 5, 2017 1:33 pm  #1

A question about Studio G and Bosworth labels

I have noticed that in some lp's of harmonic/brull labels, there is mentioned at the bottom of the covers a list of distributors of the label: Cinemusic and Harmonic of course, but also there is another written there: Studio G. this is an example of CBW 623: Can anyone tell please which albums of Studio G are cantaining Harmonic stuff?


In Bosworth blp covers, there's of course mentioned the London and the Koln(BRM)- but there is also written "Wien"- is that say that there was somehow an austrian edition distributes those lp's?


Any help will be blessd.  


Last edited by The Library Zone (August 5, 2017 1:37 pm)


August 5, 2017 6:56 pm  #2

Re: A question about Studio G and Bosworth labels

Distributor does not necessarily mean sub-licensor - I think Studio G just distributed Parry and Brull without releasing their material on their own releases.

As for Bosworth, they are an international publisher - I believe they at the time had offices in those cities. I don't think the Vienna branch had their own library output.


August 6, 2017 11:21 am  #3

Re: A question about Studio G and Bosworth labels

Thanks Mr, for the information. 


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August 6, 2017 3:23 pm  #4

Re: A question about Studio G and Bosworth labels

The earliest Studio G library releases were 7" 45rpm EPs - I'm a bit confused as to what the reference to them on the AMIS LP cover shown above actually means (my French isn't too hot!)   Did AMIS/Harmonic/whatever distribute them, or did they contain material from that label?  I suspect it's more likely to be the former, but why are they only distributing two of them?  

So many questions!

Last edited by Lord Thames (August 6, 2017 3:23 pm)


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