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“He hardly got in the White House before he called Decca at my house and told her to bring the baby over to see him and he would find out for her about Esmond.”
“The classical label Decca will be live-recording the vows and selling the audio on iTunes just hours later.”
“This Narberth 19-year-old has just been signed by major record label Decca and is due to release her debut album early next year.”
“Record label Decca has announced the track is to be released on December 19, so it will go head-to-head with the X Factor winner's release for the festive chart-topper.”
“Print Decca to release Sir Paul McCartney debut ballet Sir Paul's musical was recorded in June and was conducted by John Wilson Sir Paul McCartney is to release his first ballet with the record label Decca, half a century after the Beatles were famously rejected by the company.”
“LONDON Reuters - The classical music label Decca on Monday celebrated its relaunch as Decca Classics, promising to seek out new stars and ensure that the genre remains relevant to younger listeners.”
“The singer added that he understood the reason why record label Decca declined to sign the band in 1962.”
“Let's remember Zubin Mehta's LAPO Planets on Decca, which is spot-miked to the point of perversity, though some folks like to use it to show off their equipment.”
“Last fall, the Universal Music Group, owners of the premier classical labels Decca and Deutsche Grammophon, sent shock waves through the industry when they launched, without warning, the Universal Music Artist Agency, offering the company's glamorous roster of recording artists -- we are talking the likes of Renée Fleming and Lang Lang -- for galas, corporate events, promotional campaigns and even Christmas parties.”
“In the 1950s, he branched out with the major labels Decca and London and smaller ones such as Remington and Everest.”
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