1947 - 1987
French record label, founded in 1947 as Disques Vogue by Léon Cabat and Charles Delaunay. In 1973 they changed their label appearance to simply Vogue.
The Company initially began by releasing Jazz music then, since the fifties, it also released French pop music and licensed American and British pop music. The label was then acquired by Sony BMG Music Entertainment and subsequently Sony Music Entertainment - who own the rights to the label's catalog.
78 rpm releases
can have the Jazz Selection label, Royal Jazz label, Mood label, Swing label, Specialty label and Vogue Label (V100, V1000, V2000, V3000, V5000, V12000 series).
45 rpm releases
can have the Pop label (PO45S, MPO, POX, SPO, STPO series), Vogue label (V45-01, 45v4000, VS45-12000, V45-27000, INT 80000, STE 01-45, JKST 01 (33 rpm), DOV, ENF (for children), EPL, EPS, INT, STEP.