Catalogs

Andval Music represents the catalog of the great American rock and roll guitarist and songwriter Link Wray. Some of the stand out songs are “Ace of Spades”, “Ramble”, “Raw-Hide”, “Rumble” and “Run Chicken Run”.

Anna Teresa Music Ltd. represents the songs of Woody Harris, including “Queen Of the Hop”, “Clementine” and “Early In the Morning” – all associated with Bobby Darin. Some other popular songs are “Rock-A-Billy”, “Some of My Best Friends Are the Blues” and “I Want You With Me”, which was recorded by Elvis Presley.

Argosy Music is the catalog of renown Tin Pan Alley lyricist and composer Hy Zaret. Songs in the catalog include “Adam and Evil”, “dedicated to You”, “She Wore a Yellow Ribbon” and “What Is the Milky Way”.

Barking Green Music is the publishing company representing the work of  jazz fusion artist Larry Coryell. Songs in the catalog include “Bumpin’ On Sunset”, “Joy Spring”, “High Love”, “Crystallization” and “Electric Jam”.

Editions Chanson/Stanyan Music are the catalogs of Rod McKuen, who The St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture described at the height of his popularity as “the unofficial poet laureate of America.” Some his most popular songs are “Jean”, “Love’s Been Good to Me”, “I Think of You” and “The World I Used to Know”.

Friendly Guy Music contains the songs of Jim Wann, He is best known as the principal author/composer of the Broadway hit, PUMP BOYS AND DINETTES which includes the popular songs “Be Good or Be Gone” and “Vacation”. Other songs include “Journey From Heart To Heart”, “Tread Lightly” and “What A Wish Could Do”.

Harold Rome Music contains the work of illustrious composer and lyricist Harold Rome. It includes such songs as “All of a Sudden My Heart Sings”, “The Money Song” and “Sing a Song of Sixpence”.

Irving Mills Music is an extensive jazz catalog including songs by writers such as Bob Brookmeyer, Oscar Peterson, Lester Young, Coleman Hawkins, Flip Phillips, Juan Garcia Esquivel and Frank Foster.

Living Earth Music is the publishing company representing the music of the legendary Paul Winter and the Paul Winter Consort. For more than 25 years, Paul Winter has defined the concept of world music, as well as innovatively including the sounds of whales, wolves and canyon echos in his compositions. The catalog contains “Wolf Eyes”, “Sun Singer” and “Kurski Funk” among its classic world selections.

Parker Dulany is the vocalist of Certain General, an influential post-punk outfit originating in 1980. They soon became the house band of Danceteria, the notorious New York City dance club. In 1984, Certain General relocated to France and released NOVEMBER’S HEAT, which earned the band both album of the year and band of the year honors. His songs include “Hiding Place” and “Guts” with Phil Gammage, and “Get Away Car”, “Baby Are Your Rich?” and “Young for the Sun”.

Phil Gammage founded the rock band Certain General with singer Parker Dulany. Playing lead guitar with that band until 1985. The year 1990 saw the release of the first Phil Gammage solo record NIGHT TRAIN in Europe. His songs include “Hiding Place” and “Guts” with Parker Dulany, and “Clash by Night”, “We Can Make It” and Picking ‘Em Up”.

RGS Music Co. contains the songs of the great 1970’s groups UFO and The Scorpions, and includes hits such as “Doctor Doctor.” The classic rock songs from these groups are still widely performed by young bands.

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