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Badge for TJ Davidson's record label. I think he had V2 and distractions at one time or another. No doubt people will let me know more. I love the slogan!
Artefact added : 3rd February 2011
by FranDaman
Abigail Says –
Wow, that's amazing...
COMMENT ADDED 4th February 2011
shauns Says –
A stunning bit of memorabilia. A great Upload!
COMMENT ADDED 4th February 2011
granata Says –
He did indeed have The Distractions. They recorded their debut EP 'You're Not Going Out Dressed Like That' (TJM2, 1978) at TJ Davidson's on Little Peter Street. According to this old Record Mirror interview (distractionsnothi...) only 4,000 copies were pressed which meant the band got no royalties.
COMMENT ADDED 9th February 2011
FranDaman Says –
Imagine my surprise I was listening to the radio and they were talking about the Stones manager Andrew Loog-Oldham. He set up Immediate Records, who had The Small Faces, Bluesbreakers, Amen Corner to name a few, and the labels slogan was.....'A New Record Company of Tomorrow Today'!
COMMENT ADDED 16th May 2011
punkette Says –
TJ Davidson had many good sides and helped many young Manchester bands. His brightest move was to employ the up and coming illustrator Alan Adler to produce all the record sleeves and posters for the label including the cult cover of the compilation album Identity Parade and the iconic and controversial image of the decapitated HMV dog for the Slaughter and the Dogs EP simply titled 'Slaughter and the Dogs'.
COMMENT ADDED 1st October 2012
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