4 edition of Stiff, the story of a record label, 1976-1982 found in the catalog.
Stiff, the story of a record label, 1976-1982
Distributor from label on p. 4 of cover.
|LC Classifications||ML156.2 .M85 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||112 p. :|
|Number of Pages||112|
|LC Control Number||83670201|
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In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your /5(32). Stiff Records is a British independent record label formed in London, England, by Dave Robinson and Jake Riviera (real name Andrew Jakeman). Originally active from tothe label was reactivated in Established at the outset of the punk rock boom, Stiff signed various punk and new wave acts such as Nick Lowe, the Damned, Lene Lovich, Wreckless Eric, Elvis Costello, Ian The story of a record label, and Distributor(s): Universal Music Group, Union.
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To celebrate 40 years of Stiff Records, we have given this book a new cover. It also contains a new foreword by Jona Lewie Told here for the first time, the complete story of the legendary Stiff Records.
Started inby maverick music entrepreneurs Jake Riviera and Dave Robinson, Stiff changed the landscape of a moribund record s: Stiff Records HQ, London, Piles of Pink Floyd and Roy Harper posters are dumped near the toilet.
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Get this from a library. Stiff, the story of a record label, [Bert Muirhead]. Stiff records, it could be argued, 30 plus years since it began, that it was the most adventurous, humorous and dynamic independent label, ever. It’s London, summer The streets are about to rumble to the sounds of The Sex Pistols and The Clash.
Recorded 17 March The story of Stiff Records from its creation inby founders Dave Robinson and Jake Riviera, to its demise in Started with a £ loan from Dr Feelgood's Lee.
Shane MacGowan, Lene Lovich, Chas Smash, Wreckless Eric and more tell what it was like to work for the world's most outrageous record label. Tony Judge, who runs the Be Stiff website has provided lots of rare photos along with badges and memorabilia to make this a celebration of a great record label.
Balls' other book on the life of Ian Dury. Bert Muirhead is the author of Stiff, the Story of a Record Label, ( avg rating, 7 ratings, 1 review, published ), The Record Producers /5(1).
STIFF: The Story of a Record Label – Burt Muirhead – Blandford Press,ISBN 0 3 Rockin' Around Britain – Pete Frame – Omnibus Press –ISBN External links Edit. The story of the independent record label in opposition to the majors isn’t necessarily the story of capitalism versus socialism.
It is, instead, the story of capitalism versus intimacy, family, and the potential for iconicity, and the ability to inspire obsession and devotion in the collector and follower.
A truly great record label has a distinct sound, and in most cases a look, that makes it stand out from the rest of the pack.
Those labels are the. Formed in July by Jake Riviera and Dave Robinson, two entrepreneurial scamps from the London pub-rock scene, Stiff Records became the blueprint for almost every indie label that followed.
The idea was to offer an alternative to 70s pomp pair took a £ loan from Dr Feelgood singer Lee Brilleaux and set up a makeshift office in West London. Stiff Records was created in by Dave Robinson and Jake lly intending to specialize in "pub rock" by artists such as Ian Dury and Wreckless Eric, the label quickly got caught up in the punk, ska & new wave movements, and helped launch the careers of such artists as Elvis Costello, Madness, The Damned, Nick Lowe, The Pogues, Tenpole Tudor, and many others.
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It excludes non-BUY singles catalogue numbers such as DAMNED 1 ("Stretcher Case Baby" by The Damned), DEV 1 ("Jocko Homo" by Devo) and NY 7 ("Fairytale of New York" by The Pogues and Kirsty MacColl) and non.
On Jbang in the middle of the summer of punk, a flatbed Ford truck pulls up outside the London Hilton where the cream of the CBS record company are holding a high-level conference.A slight fellow sporting geeky Buddy Holly glasses and wearing a dark shirt and tie emerges from the passenger side clutching a guitar and a small amplifier.