French Releases
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The best way to recognize a french pressing is to see the SACEM logo on label.

On french label you must see :
  • Text in french
  • "45 tours" text (means 45 rpm)
  • "Face A" and "Face B" text (means A/B side)
  SACEM logo
 

• Rounded Text
Tous droits du producteur phonographique et du proprietaire de l'oeuvre enregistrée reservés sauf autorisation la duplication la location le pret l'utilisation de ce disque pour execution publique et radiodiffusion sont interdits. Made In France. • "Manufactured & Distributed by WEA Filipacchi Music a Licensee of WEA International INC. a Warner Bros Records Inc. Recording"

SACEM - Société des Auteurs, Compositeurs et Editeurs de Musique (Writers, Composers And Publishers of Music Society)
SACD - Société des Auteurs et Compositeurs Dramatiques (Paris - Bruxelles - Montréal)
SGDL - La Société des Gens de Lettres
SCPP - Société Civile des Producteurs Phonographiques
SACEM, SACD and SGDL are members of SDRM - Société pour l'administration du droit de reproduction mécanique des auteurs, compositeurs et éditeurs.

Autres codes :

WE 851 : CD full price

WE 835 : CD mid price

WE 381 :

W 171 :

Belgium Releases
LP
 

 

 

12"
 

 

 

LP
 

 

 

7"
 

 

Holland Releases
LP
 

 

 

12"
 

 

 

7"

  STEMRA

 

 

 

Nordic Releases
LP
 

 

 

12"
 

 

 

7"
 

Nordisk Copyright Bureau

KODA i Danmark STEF i Island STIM i Sverige TEOSTO i Finland TONO i Norge

 

Spanish Releases
LP
 

 

 

12"
 

 

 

7"
SGAE (Sociedad General de Autores de España)

Portugal Releases
LP
 

 

 

12"
 

 

 

7"

SPA (Sociedade Portuguesa de Autores)

 

Italian Releases
LP
 

 

 

12"
 

 

 

7"

An italian pressing is very easy to recognize.

S.I.A.E. (Società Italiana degli Autori ed Editori)

 

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Philippin Releases
LP
 

 

 

12"
 

 

 

7"
 

 

 

Peruvian Releases
LP
 

 

 

12"
 

 

 

7"
 

 

 

Australian Releases
LP
 

 

 

12"
 

 

 

7"
 

 

 

Canadian Releases
LP
 

 

 

12"
 

 

 

7"
 

 

 

South African Releases
LP
 

 

 

12"
 

 

 

7"
 

 

 

Zimbabwean Releases
LP

 

Abbreviated as Teal
Current Address Stand 732 Harare Drive
P.O. Box ST 21, Southerton
Harare, Zimbabwe  
Phone +263-4-64581
Sub-label of EMI Records (Originally)
History Though originally once an African subsidiary label of EMI with Tru-Tone Music; Teal eveolved into the Gramma label; which currently Zimbabwe's largest record company.
Notes Teal's Catalog Numbering System:
MMTL-Prefix: LPs
TELCD-Prefix: CDs

Teal Records oftenPlum's Catalog Numbering System:
PMS/PLS or TRS-Prefix: 7" Singles
PMC/PLC or MMTL-Prefix: LPs

Plum often shared releases / catalog numbers with neighboring label Plum Records.

 

http://rateyourmusic.com/label/teal_records

 

 

 

 

Gramma Records

Formerly known as Teal Records, Gramma is Zimbabwe's largest record company. Carry most of the popular artists including John Chibadura, Jonah Moyo, The Four Brothers, Khiama Boys, Leonard Dembo, Simon Chimbetu, and many others. Their website has been down since Nov 01.

Gramma Records
Stand 732 Harare Drive
New Ardbennie
P.O. Box ST 21, Southerton
Harare, Zimbabwe
Tel: +263-4-64581
Fax: +263-4-730909

 

 

 

 

 

Gallo Record Company  / labels (G)

Profile: Gallo Record Company is Africa's largest domestic record company.

It is through purchase, merger or consolidation that it has also come to control the catalogues from several competitor and associate companies, including Gramophone Record Company, Trutone, Teal, RPM, WEA/Tusk, Troubadour, Meteor, Record Industries, USA, Joburg, MFP, and DJ. Consequently, the company now owns some 75% of recordings ever made in South Africa up through the 1980's.

Gallo's history is long and complex, and it began in 1939 when Arnold Golembo founded the Gramophone Record Company (GRC) around a small music retail shop in downtown Johannesburg.

GRC obtained the South African franchise for Capitol Records label in 1946 but relinquished it in favour of CBS Records in 1956. In 1985 GRC was incorporated into the Gallo Group, becoming Gallo-GRC under the leadership of Peter Gallo (the son of Eric Gallo who had launched the original Gallotone Recordings in 1926).

In 1989 (Gallo-GRC's 50th anniversary year), the company's name was shortened to Gallo Record Company.

However, a setback for the company occurred when South Africa's first democratically-elected government came into power and Sony decided to return to the country and claim back the distribution rights for its CBS and Epic brands in 1995.

The following year Gallo merged with RPM Records (but retained their old name). Another year later, the company bought out another local music giant, Tusk Music, and with that obtained the rights to distribute the Warner Music International catalogue, as well as that of Tommy Boy Music, Strictly Rhythm, Hollywood Records, Naxos, and Elap Music.

Gallo Record Company also represents a number of independent labels which are managed in its RPM Records division as well as a major roster of domestic artists through Gallo Music South Africa (GMSA), itself encompassing several subdivisions.

Parent company Gallo (Africa) Ltd. is part of the Johnnic Communications media and entertainment group, with which Warner Music International began a joint venture in May 2006, creating Warner Music Gallo Africa and expanding the company's vast musical archive into the digital realm and a worldwide market.
Sublabels: RPM Dance, RPM Records (3)
Parent Label: Warner Music Group
Contact Info: Gallo House
6 Hood Ave.
Rosebank, Gauteng

PO Box 47150
Parklands 2121
South Africa

Tel: +27 11 788-0519
Fax: +27 11 788-7080
URLs: http://www.gallo.co.za

 

 

 

 

 

 

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