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Cameo-Kid was a United States based record label in the 1920s.


Record Sleeve (Obverse) for 7 inch CAMEO-KID.JPG Record Sleeve (Reverse) for 7 inch CAMEO-KID.JPG

Cameo-Kid was a subsidiary of Cameo Records, marketing recordings intended for children. Cameo-Kid used professional artists with known names in their recordings, including star Vaudeville singers and noted dance-band musicians. This was unlike some other early Children's records labels, which tended to feature recordings by unnamed and undistinguished talent. Cameo-Kid artists probably recorded these discs while in the Cameo studios for recording more mainstream records.

Cameo-Kid Records are double-sided 7-inch gramophone records.

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