King Records of Cincinnati

  • 127 Pages
  • 0.14 MB
  • English
Arcadia Pub. , Charleston, SC
King Record Company -- Pictorial works, King Record Company -- History, Sound recording industry -- Ohio -- Cincinnati -- History -- Pictorial
StatementRandy McNutt.
GenrePictorial works
SeriesImages of America, Images of America
LC ClassificationsML3792.K56 M36 2009
The Physical Object
Pagination127 p :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24001562M
ISBN 100738560790
ISBN 139780738560793
LC Control Number2008940654

King Records summer concert: Walnut Street Plaza, Main Library, Sunday, August 3, [] p.m. A two-disc DVD of the King Records 65th commemorative concert presented by the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County and FM WNKU. King Records: a Cincinnati legacy.

The immortal King Records gets another jolt of well-deserved recognition with the publication of King Records of Cincinnati, the latest photo book by South Carolina-based Arcadia Publishing. Randy McNutt has long been immersed in the area's music scene as both an independent record producer and as the author several music books, including the /5(12).

King Records of Cincinnati (Images of America) Don't expect an indepth biography of King Records. While this is a book from the "Images of America" series it's above all a book full of wonderfull pictures of the founder, Syd Nathan and recording King artists - from Harold Hawkins to James Brown - accompanied by some explainatory text.

/5(13). King Records of Cincinnati book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Starting with a few songs and a dream inKing Records a l /5(8). King Records: Cincinnati Legacy, is a five-part series hosted by Lee Hay and is produced to honor the label’s impact on Cincinnati and music.

The series includes interviews with former King. Cincinnati businessman Syd Nathan launched King Records in and built the company into one of the most important,successful and influential record companies in history.

Sydney Nathan was born in Cincinnati to Frieda and Nathaniel Nathan on Ap suffering with asthma and poor eyesight. Meanwhile, King also explored polka, jazz, bluegrass, comedy, gospel, pop, and instrumental music--anything that Nathan could sell.

Although King's Cincinnati factory closed inthe company's diverse catalog of roots music had already become a : Randy Mcnutt. The decrepit King Records complex in Cincinnati’s Evanston neighborhood would be turned into a combination of an exhibit hall, historic studio and performance venue under plans developed by the Author: Chris Wetterich.

King Records of Cincinnati For Immediate Release. Media inquiries contact: Emily Higgins, Publicist.

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Starting with a few songs and a dream inKing Records a leading American independent launched musical careers from a shabby brick factory on Brewster Avenue in Cincinnati s Evanston neighborhood.

To them, the Jews, blacks and hillbillies working at King Records were gypsies, outsiders.” King Records, he said, “remains Cincinnati’s single most important cultural contribution to.

While other record companies of the day made their fortunes by concentrating on one style of music, King Records was active in virtually all genres of vernacular American music, from blues and R & B to rockabilly, bluegrass, western swing, and country._xB__xB_Founded by Cincinnati businessman Sydney Nathan in the mids, King Records.

Get this from a library. King Records of Cincinnati. [Randy McNutt] -- Starting with a few songs and a dream inKing Records⁰́₄a leading American independent⁰́₄launched musical careers from a shabby brick factory on Brewster Avenue in Cincinnati's Evanston.

King Records, in Cincinnati, Ohio, was one of the birthplaces of rock’n’roll music. The studio was a unique example of musical and artistic collaboration, racial diversity in the workplace, and the vertical integration business model.

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The King Studios Education initiatives, in collaboration with the community of Evanston, will develop educational tools that bring the important stories of.

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Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read King Records of : Randy Mcnutt. King Records Legacy, Cincinnati. likes 1 talking about this. King Records changed the world, paving the way for rock and roll and helping shape country music, R&B, rockabilly, bluegrass, soul, 5/5(1).

Get directions, reviews and information for King Records in Cincinnati, OH. BOOK REVIEWS 94 OHIO VALLEY HISTORY R andy McNutt, author of recording industry articles and books, has assembled an informative Arcadia volume of the legendary King Records. This is the fourth Images of America series from Arcadia which covers some aspect of Cincinnati music and media history.

Read "King Records of Cincinnati" by Randy McNutt available from Rakuten Kobo. Starting with a few songs and a dream inKing Records a Brand: Arcadia Publishing Inc. Queen City Records: Record Stores of Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky. likes. Queen City Records is a new photography book to be published in 5/5(2).

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The program, co-hosted by Shaffer and Russell, traveled through an array of hits connected to the Queen City, many that were recorded at Cincinnati’s King Records, founded by Syd Nathan in Author: Janelle Gelfand.

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Get the best deals for king records cincinnati at We have a great online selection at the lowest prices with Fast & Free shipping on many items. Scored by the King Records’ catalog throughout, this musical docudrama shines a spotlight on the Queen City’s rich cultural history.

CET Public Television films as Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park staff, cast and creative team welcome Legendary King Records session drummer, Philip Paul, and his wife, Roberta Paul, at the meet and greet for.

Events: Celebrate King Records month. produced by Cincinnati’s King Records, Mister Little Willie John. on WLWT's long-running program The Midwestern Hayride and The Book County Jamboree Author: Luann Gibbs.

So how is Cincinnati a part of funk's parentage. Remember King Records, Syd Nathan's independent music factory that was founded in and. Meanwhile, King also explored polka, jazz, bluegrass, comedy, gospel, pop, and instrumental music anything that Nathan could sell. Although King s Cincinnati factory closed inthe company s diverse catalog of roots music had already become a : Randy McNutt.

Starting with a few songs and a dream inKing Records—a leading American independent—launched musical careers from a shabby brick factory on Brewster Avenue in Cincinnati's Evanston neighborhood. Founder Sydney Nathan recorded country singer. This video was originally produced by and originally aired on Waycross Community Media.

Reference Librarian Brian Powers from the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County talks about King. King Records was an independent recording studio, founded in in the Evanston neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio.

It was at one point the sixth largest record company in the United States, representing artists such as James Brown, Bonnie Lou, The Stanley Brothers, and Otis Williams and The Charms. About King Records Recordings in the Library's Collection.

The Library has many recordings by King musicians in our collection. Here's a selected list of some of those recordings. For more information about King recordings in our collection.Book Review: King Records of Cincinnati by Randy McNutt, Ohio Valley History, 9(3) Fallpp.