Hmm... it seems Enterprise was affiliated with United Artist (the indy
producer/distributor, not United Artists). Enterprise shows up in Galen
Gart's ARLD, p. 77. I can type out the particulars if anyone needs them.
On 6/24/2012 7:37 AM, Daniel Langan wrote:
> I would appreciate any info available on the L.A. Enterprise label from the
> 1940s, and possibly earlier than that. Discography, maybe?
> Many thanks,
> Dan Langan
> On 6/22/12 12:41 PM, "Malcolm Rockwell" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Along the lines of record production in LA, is there a history of LA
>> pressing plants? I'm especially interested in Allied and contemporary
>> facilities in the 1930s & 50s.
>> On 6/22/2012 5:11 AM, Michael Shoshani wrote:
>>> On 06/22/2012 08:54 AM, Carl Pultz wrote:
>>>> Foggy recollection: Capitol bought the Melrose Ave. studios, which
>>>> had been
>>>> a radio network facility - right? I read that the big room had fine
>>>> acoustics, which they had a hard time replicating in the new tower
>>>> This comes from a book on Sinatra, so not from a technical POV.
>>> Yes, the Capitol facility on Melrose Avenue had once been NBC's
>>> Hollywood facility. NBC later built a new "Radio City" complex in
>>> Hollywood, which opened in 1937 and which eventually supplanted their
>>> West Coast headquarters in San Francisco.
>>> Capitol started in....1942, I believe, but I don't know what year they
>>> took over Melrose.
>>> Michael Shoshani