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Okeh Records - A Pictorial Discography - Out Now


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Okeh Records: A Pictorial Discography (4-7150 to 4-7337).

Well it's taken a while but finally sending the first of these out.

A detailed discography of Okeh Records from 1962 until the labels demise in 1970.

Comprises 84 pages, including 21 full colour sheets, and details of every release from mid-1962 onwards.
Discography contains details of each record taken direct from the record label and includes Artist / Title / Writer(s) / Arranger(s) / Producer(s) and ZSP number where these details were noted.

£11.99 plus £2.14 first class P&P

For further details either email okehgaz@gmail.com or contact Mark Windle via https://a-nickel-and-a-nail.myshopify.com/

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The real deal icon of Northern Soul labels.

I bet there's more folks got tats of this than any other label!

I practised re creating it a thousand times as a 15 year old!

Ed

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Few more details on the book for anyone who might be interested

Okeh Records: A Pictorial Discography (4-7150 to 4-7337)

The book is split into five sections

(1)   A brief history of Okeh Records

(2)   A-Z of Okeh Artists 62 to 70

(3)   Okeh Picture Sleeves

(4)   A detailed discography of Okeh Records from 1962 until the labels demise in 1970.

(5)   Bits & Bobs & Facts & Figures

Total 84 A4 pages, 21 full colour sheets including scans of every record issued by the label from mid-1962 until 1970,. Discography contains details of each record taken direct from the record label and includes Artist / Title / Writer(s) / Arranger(s) / Producer(s) and ZSP number where these details were noted.

 

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Impressive...and all that jazz. OKeh.

Okeh Records is an American record label founded by the Otto Heinemann Phonograph Corporation, a phonograph supplier established in 1916, which branched out into phonograph records in 1918. The name was spelled "OkeH" from the initials of Otto K. E. Heinemann but later changed to "OKeh". 

Duh..

I thought it was from an american Indian word, okeh, used as an affirmative reply to a question..

Or an expansion of the miss spelt abbreviation of all korrect (ok) first printed in 1839 alledgidly...

Ed

 

 

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