DynoVoice Records

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DynoVoice Records
Country of originUnited States

DynoVoice Records was an American record label, founded in 1965 by songwriter/producer Bob Crewe. The label started as Dyno-Vox, but was changed when the 5th single was issued.[1] DynoVoice, along with its NewVoice Records subsidiary, was originally distributed by Bell Records, and later by Dot Records. The label existed until 1969 when it was merged into the Crewe Group of Companies (CGC) label. Some of the label's best-known releases include The Bob Crewe Generation's hit "Music to Watch Girls By", the soundtrack album for Dino de Laurentiis's camp sci-fi film Barbarella, and material by Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels.

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  1. ^ Erling. "Dynovoice Records USA". www.bigboppa.co.uk. Retrieved 2018-02-15.

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