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MAM Records was a British record label launched in 1970 by the management company Management Agency & Music Ltd. (MAM). It was founded by Gordon Mills and Tom Jones and distributed by Decca Records. Artists on the label included Gilbert O'Sullivan, Lynsey de Paul, and Dave Edmunds. Engelbert Humperdinck was a major recording artist with MAM. Gordon Mills was Engelbert Humperdinck's manager. Distribution switched to EMI in the mid 1970s.
The company was one of the most successful record companies in the United Kingdom throughout the early 1970s. It diversified into slot machines and airlines but by the end of the 1970s it was losing ground to American companies like RCA Victor.
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