All American Records

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All American Records was a record label, originally based in Chicago and ultimately owned by Bill Holmes, who was also the manager and producer of Strawberry Alarm Clock.[1]

Among its artists was Lenny LaCour, who later became a manager, producer and record label owner in his own right.[2] The label included the band Birmingham Sunday, whose sole album, A Message from Birmingham Sunday is a highly sought after item by record collectors.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Uncredited, Biography of The Thundermugs; Jack's Music Factory. Retrieved 2012-02-02.
  2. ^ Dik De Heer, with Gary Meyers and Eric LeBlanc, Biography of Lenny LaCour, including citation reference of Robert Pruter, "The Lenny LaCour Story". In Now Dig This, Issue 151 (October 1995), pp. 6-8. BlackCat Rockabilly Europe. Retrieved 2012-02-06
  3. ^ Goldmine, Description of A Message from Birmingham Sunday, July 10, 2010. At the time, the listed price for the album was $2,850.00, with the description as follows: "This original rare psych-prog LP came out in 1967, on All-American Records (AA-5718). Apparently, this stereo LP had only one very small pressing of 200 to 500 records, according to the seller." Retrieved 2012-02-06.