2021-10-12T20:30:02+02:00Oktober 12th, 2021|

Argentine label, run by The Argentine Talking Machine Works. It supplanted previous label Disco Nacional in 1923/1924 and served as a stand in for Odeon.

It became Disco Criollo Odeon from January 1934 after an Argentine law prohibiting the use of the word “Nacional” by non-governmental entities.

Source: Discogs


2019-09-20T17:15:32+02:00September 20th, 2019|

Argentine EMI coorporation label, characterised by a logotype that resembles a sunrise. Created in the 50s, it originally operated under Música Argentina E Internacional S.R.L. (MAI), then Industrias Electricas Y Musicales Odeon S.A.I.C. (IEMO) and finally EMI-Odeon S.A.I.C..

It’s use dropped by the end of the 70s, it underwent a revival in the 90s as Discos Pampa.

Source: Discogs


2019-11-27T10:15:08+01:00Oktober 29th, 2018|

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Ariel was a label from Argentina using matrices from ABC Paramount.