Cube Records was launched on 26 May 1972 by independent music publisher David Platz, and was based at his UK offices for Essex Music.
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... Platz had entered the arena of record production in the early 1960s, and having had a string of hits by licensing records to major labels (most Essex artists were released on EMI's Regal Zonophone ... With Malcolm Jones as label manager he formed Fly Records and tapped a rich vein of hits, with The Move, singles from T Rex and John Kongos ("He's Gonna ... But by mid 1972 Marc Bolan had left Fly Records to set up his own label imprint and Essex/Fly producer Tony Visconti had also left with Bolan, setting up his own Good Earth Productions ...
200 Motels (United Artists) 1971 Changes (Cube Records, Fly Records in the UK) 1971 Music for Guitar and Harpsichord (CBS) 1972 Guitar Recital (I II) (C) (Ace of Diamonds ... Music from England, Japan, Brazil, Venezuela, Argentina and Mexico (CBS) 1973 The Height Below (Cube Records) 1974 Rhapsody (CBS) 1974 Together Again (a.k.a ... C) (CBS) 1978 John Williams Collection (C) (CBS) 1978 Travelling (Cube Records) 1978 Manuel Ponce (CBS) 1979 John Williams plays Stephen Dodgson (C) (CBS) 1979 Julian Bream ...
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