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Gone Records was a record label founded in 1957 by George Goldner, along with music publishing arm Real Gone Music, that was active in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Among the artists that recorded for the label were Bill Haley & His Comets, Ral Donner, Jo-Ann Campbell, Eddie Platt Johnny Rivers, and The Four Seasons. It was acquired by Morris Levy and incorporated into Roulette Records in 1962.
- Glenn C. Altschuler All Shook Up:How Rock 'n' Roll Changed America Page 155 2003 "George Goldner, majority stockholder in Real Gone Music and N Music, was responsible for four of them. When he assigned the copyrights of “Could This Be Magic,” “So Much,” “Every Night I Pray,” and “Beside My Love” to Clark's companies, ..."
- Payola in the music industry: a history, 1880-1991 - Page 149 Kerry Segrave - 1994 "George Goldner, owner of Real Gone Music and Gone Records, told the subcommittee he had turned over a number of copyrights to Clark's Sea-Lark Company but that there was no commitment that the jockey would air the tunes."
- Inc, Nielsen Business Media (1957-04-13). Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc.
- Inc, Nielsen Business Media (1962-07-07). Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc.
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