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1. Starship-OCR-Page-0375.pdf [Magazine Specials]
... A&R : Ray Shanklin jazz The first Lenny Bruce (Fantasy) Ozzie Cadena (Prestige) stuff Allen Ginsberg and others VICE PRESIDENT: (Creative started the label. On the jazz side, they Services) Ralph J. Gleason began with such people as Cal Tjader, OTHER LABELS: Also own Prestige Vince Guaraldi, Mongo Santamaria, and Galaxy Stan Getz, Earl Hines, and B.B. King. OTHER OFFICES: Have an office in About five years ago, Saul lantz who New York besides the home office in had a background of experience in the San Francisco. New York is mostly record industry and more specifically Prestige ...
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