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Planet records first appeared in mid-1951 and were pressed by Decca.
There seem to be at least three series:
In 1954, Planet records made a bid to provide records exclusively for Woolworths, but lost out to Oriole, whose Embassy records became the Woolworth brand. It is said that the bids were evenly matched, but that Oriole allegedly won the franchise mainly based on the fact that their Studios were only a few yards from Woolworth's London HQ.
Soon after this, Planet
Thanks to Bill Dean-Myatt for providing the label image.
Thanks to Bill Dean-Myatt for providing some details which enabled me to start a listing of this label.
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Page last updated on:
March 24, 2017
|Cat No||Matrix No.||Title||Artist on Label||Rec. Date|
Cantor For The Sabbath
|Don Arden (with organ accmp by L. Bryll)|
|Tikanto Shabbos (Dedication to the Sabbath), parts 1 & 2 (trad.)||J. Davidson (with organ accmp by L. Bryll)|
Of Britain (arr. E. Gross)
Whitechapel (E. Gross)
|Chaim Towber (with Johnny Franks & his Orchestra)|
|Jimmy Cummins (with orch accmp)|
|Love's A Gamble (Merrin)
I'm Saying A Prayer (Merrin)
|Penny Nicholls (with orch directed by Jack Leon)|
Oh, Hear My Plea
|Cyril Shane (vocal, with Ted Brennan's Orchestra)|
|E-1005||Dozens Of Ducks
(Mack David, Baz Belle, Dick Miles)
Love For Sale (Cole Porter)
|Patsy O'Hara (with orch accmp by Dennis Newey)|
|E-1014||The Girl From Cuba (W. Hill-Bowen)||William Hill-Bowen & his Orchestra|