Flip Records (1950s)
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Flip Records was an American record label that flourished in the 1950s, releasing rhythm and blues and doo-wop music by such artists as Richard Berry, the Six Teens, Donald Wood, the Elgins, and many others. Max and Lilian Feirtag operated the label in Los Angeles, California, and published music under the Limax Music trademark.
The biggest, most lasting success was Richard Berry's original recording of his song "Louie, Louie," which came out in 1957 (although it was only a regional hit and The Six Teens' "A Casual Look" was much bigger national hit).
- Flip Singles Discography
- Flip Album Discography
- Flip Doo Wop Volume 1 notes
- Allmusic.com: Flip Doo Wop Volume 1
- Ace Records of England
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