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Crown Records

Summary
Crown Records was a budget albums record label founded as a subsidiary of Modern Records in 1957. It has been the name of several different record labels, listed below. Discography Mono {| class="wikitable collapsible collapsed" ! Mono albums |- | *CLP-5001...v/a: A Rock 'n Roll Dance Party LP (1957), w/ Etta James, Marvin and Johnny, The Cadets, The Teen Queens, Jimmy Beasley, Joe Turner, Joe Houston, Little Clydie, The Jacks *CLP-5002...Stan Getz: Groovin' High LP (1957) *CLP-5003...Kay Starr/Erroll Garner: Singin' Kay Starr/Swingin' Erroll Garner LP (1957) *CLP-5004...Wardell Gray: Way Out Wardell LP (1957) *CLP-5005...Don Dick 'n Jimmy: Spring Fever LP (1957) *CLP-5006...Joe Houston: Rocks and Rolls All Nite Long LP (1957) *CLP-5007...Vido Musso: The Swingin'st LP (1957) *CLP-5008...Jazz Surprise! LP (1957) *CLP-5009...Modern Jazz Stars: Jazz Masquerade LP (1957) *CLP-5010...Hadda Brooks: Femme Fatale LP (1957) *CLP-5011...v/a: Hollywood Rock 'n Roll Record Hop
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