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Duke/Peacock Records

an illustrated history with discography

by Galen Gart

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  • 17 Currently reading

Published by Big Nickel Publications in Milford, N.H., U.S.A .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Robey, Don D., 1903-1975.,
    • Duke Records, Inc.,
    • Peacock Records, Inc.,
    • Duke Records, Inc. -- Catalogs.,
    • Peacock Records, Inc. -- Catalogs.,
    • Sound recording executives and producers -- United States -- Biography.,
    • Popular music -- Discography -- Catalogs.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementGalen Gart & Roy C. Ames ; with contributions by Ray Funk, Rob Bowman, David Booth.
      ContributionsAmes, Roy C.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsML429.R6 G4 1990
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 234 p. :
      Number of Pages234
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1605939M
      ISBN 100936433124
      LC Control Number91143249

        This is the music of Bobby Bland recorded mostly during the 50's and 60's for Duke/Peacock Records. The listener will bear witness to the evolution of Bland and his blues band from a Texas twang to a smooth, slick and sophisticated Orchestra utilizing horns, strings and backing vocals/5(7). The Texas Music Collection contains research files on the history of Texas music, particularly musicians and record labels, including the administrative and financial files of Duke/Peacock Records of the Houston area. Newspaper clippings, photographs, financial records, songbooks, and administrative files comprise the research files.

      Back Beat (sometimes Backbeat) Records was a subsidiary of Duke/Peacock Records, run by Don Robey out of Houston, Texas. The early Back Beat labels gave the address as Erastus Street in Houston, while later the address was Wiley in Houston. The .   "I wanted to focus the book not so much on profiles of individual artists, which is what most blues books do, but on places," says Wood, the offices of Duke-Peacock Records.

        Joe Scott was a trumpeter, producer and arranger for Don Robey and the storied Duke and Peacock Record labels in the s and s, arranging recordings for scores of artists including legendary singles and albums for Bobby "Blue" Bland. Photo: Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library.   Big Road Blues radio airs on Sundays 5 to 7 PM (EST) on WGMC Jazz and streams live on the web. The show is an exploration of traditional blues spanning the 's through the 's. Updated regularly with playlists, show notes and blues articles.


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The master books contain handwritten logs of recordings cut at the Audio Company of America Studios, with entries that often include songs titles, artists, record labels, and dates. Many Duke and Peacock artists recorded at ACA Studios, and this is reflected in the master books. Duke/Peacock Records: An Illustrated History with Discography.

Big Nickel Publications, Milford, New Hampshire. ISBN Hayes, Cedric J., and Laughton, Robert (). Gospel Records –, A Black Music Discography (Volumes One and Two).

Record. DUKE-PEACOCK RECORDS. Duke and Peacock were two record labels that were influential in shaping the course of American blues, rhythm and blues, gospel, and soul music after World War were also notable as what music historian Roger Wood has called “the largest and most influential African American-owned-and-operated record conglomerate in the world during the s and early s.”.

Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Duke/Peacock Records: an illustrated history with discography in. Duke/Peacock Records is clearly the definitive history of those labels, as well as one of the best books yet written on the wider subject of black labels during the R&B and early rock ‘n’ roll eras.

Future work in this field will be measured against its high standards. Almost rare publicity photos and other items that once belonged to Duke-Peacock Records were put online recently by the University of Houston’s digital library, offering an invaluable.

Duke-Peacock Records Publicity Photos and ACA Master Books Ellis Bartree and two other musicians Publicity photo of Ellis Bartree sitting in front of a drum set. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features.

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0 Reviews. 1 of 11 Joe "Guitar" Hughes, left, Johnny Brown, Evelyn Johnson, Milton Hopkins and Grady Gaines reunite in front of the former home of the legendary Duke/Peacock Records in.

The “Duke-Peacock” items are just a portion of the larger Texas Music Collection, which contains artifacts related to the history of music in the Lone Star State. In addition to Duke-Peacock items, the Texas Music Collection includes vintage newspaper clippings, photos, songbooks, financial records, administrative files and other documents.

Duke-Peacock Records Holiday Card. Courtesy of the University of Houston. Image available on the Internet and included in accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section From left to right, Joe "Guitar" Hughes, Johnny Brown, Evelyn Johnson, Milton Hopkins and Grady Gaines reunite in front of the former Duke-Peacock Records building, Assembled by collector Bo Svensson, audio and video recordings, printed material, legal papers, studio records, and correspondence compose the Bo Svensson Peacock and Duke Records Collection, [ca.

ss], documenting Houston, Texas, music in the mid to late 20th century, particularly the work of Don Robey's Peacock Records and Duke Records and producer Richard Ames. A decade before the ascendance of Motown, Houston’s Duke and Peacock record labels flourished as an African-American-owned company.

Don Robey, a nightclub owner with reputed underworld connections, founded Peacock Records in and ran it with an iron hand. In Robey and James Mattias of Duke.

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Thousands of articles, interviews and reviews from the world's best music writers and critics, from the late s to the present day. Duke Records was a record label focusing on R&B and gospel music, started in Memphis, Tennessee in by David James Mattis (WDIA program director and DJ) and Bill Fitzgerald, owners of Tri-State Recording Company.

It briefly merged with Don Robey's Peacock Records, which ultimately took control of Duke and moved it to Peacock's headquarters.Duke/Peacock Records is a Trademark by Mca Records, Inc., this trademark has a nationality of California in the United States.

Trademark Introduction: DUKE/PEACOCK RECORDS TRADEMARK INFORMATION: MCA RECORDS, INC. Updated September 4, Mark Identification: DUKE/PEACOCK RECORDS. Duke Peacock Records: An Illustrated History With Discography by Galen Gart and Roy C. Ames (Paperback - Jun ) Has any one got a copy of this book they would like to sell me, or do they know of somewhere I can buy a copy Share this forum post.

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