Explore releases from the Aaron Schroeder label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Aaron Schroeder releases. Profile: This is a music publishing company of the exec and songwriter Aaron Schroeder Known branches and variations: Aaron Schroeder Schroeder A. Schroeder Schroeder Music A. Schroeder Music Schroeder Music Publishing Ltd. Schroeder Music Publ. Co. Ltd. A. Schroeder Int'l Ltd. Schroeder Music Publishing Co. Schroeder Ltd. Sublabels. Schroeder, A. Schroeder Int'l Lt. Schroeder Lt. Schroeder Music, A. Schroeder Music Publishing C. Schroeder, Schroeder Music, Schroeder Music Publ.
Gold is a series of two-disc compilation albums released by Universal Music Group. Some include tracks licensed from non-Universal labels. Earlier Gold series compilations had a design based on that of ABBA Gold, such as the compilations for The Carpenters and Etta James.
Music publisher Aaron Schroeder assembles a team to write original songs. Contributors include former Blood, Sweat & Tears lead vocalist Al Kooper ( You’re The Lovin’ End ), Joey Levine ( I Enjoy Being A Boy, It’s A Good Day For A Parade ), Gene Pitney ( Two Ton Tessie ), and a then unknown Barry White ( Doin’ The Banana Split ). The album is released in mid December of 1968, three months after making its network debut on NBC on September 7, 1968. The show’s theme song The Tra La La Song (One Banana, Two Banana) ( Pop) is the follow up, but only scrapes the bottom of the chart before fading from view. Produced by David Mook, it is recorded at Gold Star Studios in Hollywood, CA in Early - Mid 1968. Created by TV cartoon kings William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, The Banana Splits is conceived as an hour long live action Saturday morning TV show.
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Schroeder started out as a staff writer for Hill and Range Publishing, where he co-wrote a succession of hits for Elvis Presl. .Songwriter, arranger, producer, music publishing mogul, and head of the Musicor label, Aaron Schroeder was a consummate industry insider during the earlier part of the '60s.
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