El Saturn Records

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El Saturn Records
Parent company Universal Music Group
Founded 1957
Founder Alton Abraham
Distributor(s) Spectra ent . Big Al's Records an Afterschool Sound Records (US)
Genre Various
Country of origin US
Location Chicago, Illinois

El Saturn Records is the name of an American record label. The label was one of the most active artist-owned record labels created in 1957 by Alton Abraham. It is one of the music industry's first black owned Record Labels.[1] Notable albums produced by the label include works by Sun Ra.

The label is currently owned by James Stubbs-Abraham and Alton Stubbs and is part of Universal Music Group. Recently, El Saturn has released new recordings in genres ranging from hip-hop to rap. Alternative rock artists have also been added to the label as a result of El Saturn's sublabel, Afterschool Sound Records.

James Stubbs also James Stubbs Abraham is also an assistant artist and first African-American muralist to have Work on Hollywood Blvd. The Mural of the Mexican actresses Dolores del Rio [2] Artists: Alfredo de Batuc, assisted by Arutyun Arutyunian, Johanna Coleman, Arlen Guiterrez, and James Stubbs. A portrait of the successful Latin actress (1905-1983) featured in more than 50 English- and Spanish -language movies. She began her career in 1925, starring first silent films and later in talkies. In 1942 she left Hollywood for Mexico City, where she formed the first actors union. She also worked in Great Britain, Argentina, Spain and Italy. Sponsored and commissioned by SPARC. Photo: © Robin Dunitz

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