Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Record Labels Galore In The 60s

There were many different record labels in the 60s. Some of the logo-types are so easily recognizable that the trademark words are unnecessary. The more popular ones include PHILIPS, EMI, COSDEL, RCA VICTOR, COLUMBIA and others.

These labels derive from across the globe especially from the US, Canada, Europe which includes the UK and Australia but some are produced in SEAsia too.

But wait till you read and see the unique labels from Singapore's own vinyl vault of yesteryears. Yes, there's Panda, Swallow, Rocket, Golden Urn and many more.  Check it out soon.

Image: from Google.

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