Gone Records

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Gone Records was a record label founded in 1957 by George Goldner, along with music publishing arm Real Gone Music,[1] that was active in the late 1950s and early 1960s.[2][3][4] 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.[5]

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  1. ^ https://books.google.com/books?id=KiAEAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA42&dq=%22gone+records%22+%2B+billboard&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiN04zY8KDZAhWKzFMKHfIEClcQ6AEITTAJ#v=onepage&q=%22gone%20records%22%20%2B%20billboard&f=false
  2. ^ 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, ..."
  3. ^ 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."
  4. ^ Inc, Nielsen Business Media (1957-04-13). Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc.
  5. ^ Inc, Nielsen Business Media (1962-07-07). Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc.