Freedom (record label)

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Parent companyLiberty Records
StatusDefunct (1959)
Distributor(s)Liberty records
Country of originUnited States
LocationHollywood, California

Freedom was a short lived subsidiary label of Liberty Records based in Hollywood, California.


Liberty launched its first subsidiary, Freedom Records, during the summer of 1958 and Jerry Capehart was hired as A&R man. One of the first artists to be signed was Johnny Burnette.[1] Eddie Cochran provided lead guitar on some of the singles that came out in 1958/59. Freedom closed down in the summer of 1959.


  1. ^ Eddie Cochran back-up sessions on Big V Jamboree

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