|Parent company||Grey Gull Records|
Supreme Records was a cheaply produced record label subsidiary of Grey Gull Records of Boston, Massachusetts marketed in the United States of America in the late 1920s. Catalogue numbers and label credits are identical to corresponding issues on the parent label Grey Gull.
The audio fidelity of Supreme Records (as well as affiliated labels) is decidedly below average for the era.[by whom?]
- Allan Sutton: Directory of American Disc Record Brands and Manufacturers, 1891-1943 (Westport & London, 1994)
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