Gregmark Records

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Gregmark Records was founded by Lester Sill in 1961, a year before he started Philles Records with Phil Spector.

The Paris Sisters recorded five singles for the label, two of them produced by Spector. "Caravan" is a Gregmark recording attributed to Duane Eddy but in fact is by the session man Al Casey.

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