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Silvertone owners Zomba Records took out an injunction against the band in September 1990 to prevent them from recording with any other label, but in May 1991 the court sided with the group, which was then released from its contract.
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Silvertone and Zomba
Silvertone and Records
At this time the Stone Roses decided to capitalise on their success by signing to a major label ; then, their current record label Silvertone would not let them out of their contract, which led to a long legal battle that culminated with the band signing with Geffen Records in 1991, and then releasing their second album Second Coming in 1994.
He asked if they could be transferred internally to Andrew Lauder's newly-created Guitar based Silvertone Records subsidiary.
When the single " Flood " began to climb the charts on mainstream radio stations, Silvertone Records ( Essential's parent company ) started to heavily promote the song, turning it into one of the biggest mainstream hits ever by a band on a Christian label.
They did not face the public again until the end of 1994, spending the intervening time in and out of studios in Wales-where they recorded a second album, Second Coming-and fighting in court to release themselves from their contract with Silvertone Records.
" Elephant Stone " is the third single by The Stone Roses and their first release on Silvertone Records.
It was produced by New Order bassist Peter Hook in his own studio initially for release on Rough Trade Records and remixed by John Leckie following a deal with Silvertone Records.
* Elmer Gross's Dance Kings ( recorded April 23, 1927, released by Silvertone Records as catalog number 5109, with the flip side " One O ' Clock Baby ", recorded by Eddie Miles )
* Horace Winters Orchestra ( vocal: I. Kaufman ), issued by Silvertone Records in 1927 as catalog number 5151, with the flip side " Just Another Day Wasted Away "
Silvertone and against
Silvertone and band
By July the band had released their final single for Silvertone, " One Love ", which reached number four in the UK singles chart, their highest placing yet.
* 1958 Chad Allan ( Allan Kobel ), Bob Ashley, Brian Donald, Johnny Glowa, Jim Kale, Larry Wah, Gordon Murison ( band named after his Silvertone guitar )
He played bass with San Francisco punk band The Avengers but become better known as lead guitarist with Stockton crooner Chris Isaak and his band Silvertone, and featured in Isaak's solo albums Silvertone, Chris Isaak, Heart Shaped World, and San Francisco Days.
They were the first guitar band to sign to the Silvertone label after their enormous success with the Stone Roses.
His mother bought him a Sears Silvertone guitar at the age of ten, and they moved to Texas where he formed his first band, The Moven Shadows.
Silvertone and 1990
King Strut and Other Stories ( Silvertone, 1990 ) is a collection of short stories set to simply arranged, professionally produced music played in many cases by noted session musicians.
Silvertone and them
I asked my dad for a set of drums for my tenth birthday but he came home with a Sears Silvertone guitar ... I had wanted a set of drums, but my folks couldn't afford them, so I got the guitar.
Silvertone and from
Upon entering Clarke Central High School, Wilson had upgraded to a Silvertone guitar and, to tape his music, purchased a two-track tape recorder with money earned from a summer job at the local landfill.
Silvertone was the brand name used by Sears, Roebuck and Company for its line of sound equipment from 1915 to 1972.
The Silvertone name adorned guitars from several different manufacturers over the years, including Danelectro, National, Harmony, Kay and Teisco.
Today, Silvertone is a brand name used by Samick Music Corporation and was endorsed by Paul Stanley of KISS from 2003 to 2006.
Silvertone and with
It was to be the Roses ' last original release for four years as they entered a protracted legal battle to terminate their five-year contract with Silvertone, unhappy with how they had been paid by the label.
The company was also contracted to make guitars and amplifiers that were branded not with the Danelectro name, but with the names of various store brands, such as Silvertone and Airline.
The group changed its name to the " Silvertone Singers " after moving to Knoxville, Tennessee and obtaining their own radio show in order to avoid confusion with another group known as the " Four Kings of Harmony.
Silvertone and other
* DeArmond pickups ( found on various 50s and 60s guitars by various manufacturers including Gretsch, Guild, Epiphone, Martin, Kustom, Harmony, Regal, Premier, Silvertone, and others, but produced by the Rowe-DeArmond company of Toledo, Ohio ; the trade name is now owned by Fender ; single coil models including the 200 aka Dynasonic, 2K, and 2000, " mustache ", various " gold foil " types, and many clip on, rail, or screw mount pickups designed for acoustic guitars and other instruments ).
Knabe & Co., Pramberger, Kohler & Campbell and Seiler ), guitars ( for example Greg Bennett Guitars and Silvertone ) and other instruments.
Silvertone and label
The label group served as a parent for many different labels including Jive, Silvertone, Volcano and LaFace.