Mother West

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Mother West
Founded 1990
Founder Charles Newman & Paul Casanova
Country of origin United States
Location New York City
Official website http://motherwest.com/

Mother West is a record label based in New York City. It was founded in 1990 by Charles Newman and Paul Casanova as a vehicle to release the first record, Noreally Thanks, for their band Please.[1] Since then and under the helm of Newman, Mother West has grown from a small label and recording studio to a full-service organization offering music licensing, publicity and promotions, customized distribution, online sales and state of the art recording facilities. [2] The company now works with artists including The Magnetic Fields, Flare,[3] AM, Gospel Music, Kris Gruen, [4] The Davenports, [5] and Dylan Trees.[6]

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  1. ^ Rivera, M. Alberto (November 2011), "Nature vs. The Nature of the Major Record Labels: The Mother West Records Story", Thrust Magazine, 7 (11): 18–20 
  2. ^ Rivera, M. Alberto (November 2011), "Nature vs. The Nature of the Major Record Labels: The Mother West Records Story", Thrust Magazine, 7 (11): 18–20 
  3. ^ Reighley, Kurt B. (27 May 2003), "Flare for the Dramatic", The Advocate (890): 58, ISSN 0001-8996 
  4. ^ "Kris Gruen "Part of It All" (Mother West Records 2010)", Beat Surrender, 19 January 2011 
  5. ^ Diaz, Julio, "Speaking of the Davenports Mother West", Ink 19 
  6. ^ Putnam, Jenna (Winter 2011), "Best of L.A. 2011 #21 Dylan Trees" (PDF), The Deli Magazine, 3 (8) 
  7. ^ http://www.yamaha.com/artists/shannoncorey.html

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