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I'd add Sylvia Rhone, former president of Motown, CEO of Elektra, and 
before that at Buddah, and I think ABC briefly as well.


I met her when I was at Elektra in the 90s.

-- 
Thatcher Graham
Senior Field Engineer
Mediaguide



On 1/22/2012 9:25 PM, Roger Kulp wrote:
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>   From: "Nelson-Strauss, Brenda"<[log in to unmask]>
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> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Women in the record business (The First 25)
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> Has anyone mentioned Vivian Carter?
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> From: Association for Recorded Sound Discussion List [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Cary Ginell
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> ...and Lillian McMurry (Trumpet Records).
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> On Jan 22, 2012, at 5:00 PM, "Aaron Levinson"<[log in to unmask]>  wrote:
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>> I hope that this covert crowdsourcing exercise will provide a starting point for compiling a list of prominent women in the Music Business (primarily label owners, producers and engineers) that might offer some game writer in the (near) future a worthy, interesting and (afaik) rarely mentioned topic:
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>> 1.Wilma Cozart Fine
>> 2.Helen Keane
>> 3.Estelle Axton
>> 4.Sylvia Robinson
>> 5.Barbara Holdridge
>> 6Marianne Roney
>> 7.Florence Greenberg
>> 8.Miriam Bienstock
>> 9.Louise B. M. Dyer,
>> 10.Jane Friedmann
>> 11.Tracey Sterne
>> 12.Mary Howard
>> 13.Betty Wright
>> 14.Sylvia Massy
>> 15.Linda Perry
>> 16.Trina Shoemaker
>> 17.Victoria Spivey
>> 18.Genya Ravan
>> 19.Imogen Heap
>> 20.Joni Mitchell
>> 21.Ann and Nancy Wilson
>> 22.Sally Browder
>> 23. Ani Difranco
>> 24. Anjali Dutt
>> 25. Cordell Jackson
>> 26. Bjork
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>> AA