Seattle, Washington Jerden Records was an independent record label which operated from May through April It was based in Seattle and majority owned by Jerry Dennon and Bonnie Guitarboth of whom had been involved with Dolton Records and the careers of The Fleetwoods on that label.
A split with Dolton over artistic control brought about the new Jerden label.
Certain Jerden record issues were distributed by Liberty Records. The label closed after the first year's trading due to failure.
Dennon's career was halted by military service, but in late he resurrected Jerden as full owner. He reissued recordings from Jerden's early days, including a disc by Bonnie Guitar issued in January It was during this second life that The Kingsmen 's " Louie Louie " arrived and it is this million selling disc that is the best known of all Dennon's products.
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In summer Jerden updated the label design with a turquoise background. This agreement ended in October Piccadilly was used as a regional testing label, releasing artists exclusively only in the Northwest.
If the record tested successfully, it was sold to national labels through licensing deals. Panorama was used in a similar manner. Both labels ended in Burdette Records, founded in tranzacționarea loiei Dennon, was the label that took Jerden's place for national exposure.
Burdette tranzacționarea loiei distributed by Tower Records, which was a division of Capitol Records. The label ended in