|Dimensions||30 × 20 × 10 cm|
500 page A4 sized book charts the history of the first major record label to be run by a woman – Scepter Records, from its humble beginnings in a room in an office on Broadway through the 60s and 70s, to the disco revolution, and Scepter’s ultimate demise. The book also covers all of Scepter’s subsidiary labels (Wand, Hob is Gospel etc.) and all of the records on other labels that Scepter distributed. Well illustrated, and with a lot of detail as well as a good story – a record collectors delight! £30 + P&P £4 (UK), £10 Europe, £15 ROW.
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