Carlton Records

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Carlton Records was a record label based in New York City that was formed by former RCA Records A&R head Joe Carlton in 1957. It lasted until 1964. The most notable recording artists on Carlton included Jack Scott, Anita Bryant, and Paul Evans. After Carlton Records folded, Joe Carlton held positions at ABC-Paramount Records and Columbia Records.[1]


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