Cook Records was a record label founded by Emory Cook (born 1913, San Francisco, died 2002). Cook was an audio engineer and inventor. From 1952 to 1966, Cook used his Sounds of our Times and Cook Laboratories record labels to demonstrate his philosophy about sound, his recording equipment, and his manufacturing techniques.
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... Emory and Martha Cook donated the US branch of their record company, master tapes, patents, and papers to the Smithsonian Institution in 1990 ... The Trinidad branch of Cook was sold by Emory Cook some point earlier ...
... and he was signed to the American Emory Cook's record label, Cook Records, in 1956 ... - Limbo In Trinidad, which was released in 1956 on Vitadisc records and contained eight songs, including his popular "Mama Look A Boo Boo" ... Another album, Calypso Carnival 1958, was released on Balisier records in 1958 ...
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