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Recording Industry

by Michael L. Wells, 2006

Recording Industry - Part 1: Introduction; Recording Industry - Part 2: North Carolina Recording Pioneers; Recording Industry - Part 3: Independent Labels Find Success; Recording Industry - Part 4: Record Production since the 1970s; Recording Industry - Part 5: References

References:

Bruce Bastin, Crying for the Carolinas (1971).

Robert M. W. Dixon and John Godrich, Recording the Blues (1970).

Lew Herman, Recording at the Hotel Charlotte (1989).

Bill C. Malone, Country Music USA: A Fifty Year History (1968).

Additional Resources:

Hanchett, Tom. "Recording in Charlotte 1926-1945"  HistorySouth.org. 1985. http://www.historysouth.org/recordingclthanchett.html (accessed June 25, 2012).

North Carolina Arts Council. North Carolina Touring Artist Directory. [Raleigh, N.C.]: Theo Davis. 2008. http://digital.ncdcr.gov/u?/p249901coll22,407968.

Carew, Anthony. "Merge Records Profile." About.com. http://altmusic.about.com/od/recordlabels/a/merge.htm (accessed June 22, 2012).

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