2022-03-31T09:22:58+02:00August 8th, 2019|

Landia was a record label active in the 1950s situated in Caracas, Venezuela.

The songs were recorded in Caracas, but the records were pressed in Puerto Rico.



2019-06-24T14:38:27+02:00Juni 24th, 2019|

“Sociedade Interamericana de Representações” (Sinter), also named on releases as Indústrias Elétricas Sinter S.A.. Brazilian record company and manufacturer established in 1945.
Renamed to Companhia Brasileira De Discos, CBD, in 1955.

Source: Discogs



2018-12-22T18:22:35+01:00Dezember 22nd, 2018|

Sonolux was a Colombian record company founded in 1949 and recorded for more than 50 years national productions of Colombian artists.

Sonolux was dissolved in 2007 to create RCN Music, a subsidiary of RCN Radio.


2018-12-05T09:57:30+01:00Dezember 5th, 2018|

Todamerica Records was a Brazilian record label, in business from about 1950 through the 1970s.

The label specialized in Brazilian music and other music of Latin America. Artists who recorded for Todamerica include João Gilberto.

Todamerica Records was headquartered in Rio de Janeiro.


2018-12-12T20:50:52+01:00November 13th, 2018|

Discos Méndez was the first Bolivian record label established in 1950. It was situated in La Paz and focused on traditional Bolivian Folclore.

The claim was: “El Alma de Bolivia en su Música” (“The Soul of Bolivia in its Music”)

The record company closed in 1959.



2018-11-02T16:52:59+01:00November 2nd, 2018|

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Sondor is a record label situated in Montevideo, Uruguay – established in 1938


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

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


2019-11-27T09:40:41+01:00Oktober 28th, 2018|

AMBATO-001-BRecorded for the dance hall called AMBATO from Ecuador. Maybe the record company was Pasacalle.